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22.08.2014

Two former University of Ottawa hockey players charged with sex assault

Two former University of Ottawa hockey players were charged Friday after a lengthy police investigation into an alleged sexual assault which took place when the now-suspended team was in Thunder Bay, Ont., for a game earlier this year.

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22.08.2014

Canadian soldier acquitted on charge of sexually assaulting female subordinate

QUEBEC - A Canadian Forces warrant officer threw himself into his lawyer's arms and his friends let out whoops of joy as he was acquitted Friday on a charge of sexually assaulting a female subordinate.

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22.08.2014

Priest says rural P.E.I. town, families stunned by double homicide

MONTAGUE, P.E.I. - A Roman Catholic priest says a double-homicide has created a deep sadness and left a sense of shock in the small Prince Edward Island community where a man and his son were found dead earlier this week.

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Health News

Recent Health Headlines

22.08.2014

Man plans to swim from New Brunswick to Prince Edward Island and back

A Vancouver man is planning to swim from New Brunswick to Prince Edward Island and back on Saturday, an expedition he says was inspired by his father who was diagnosed with a severe form of arthritis.

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22.08.2014

Ice bucket challenge may be a game changer for non-profit world

NEW YORK, N.Y. - The ice bucket challenge's phenomenal success is making other charitable organizations rethink how they connect with a younger generation of potential donors.

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