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National News

Recent National Headlines

30.09.2014

Two adults, 5 children, rescued from sinking fishing vessel off B.C. coast

VICTORIA - Two adults and five young children had to be rescued on Monday night off the B.C. coast when their fishing vessel began sinking.

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29.09.2014

Woman who killed herself in CBSA custody feared torture in Mexico: inquest

BURNABY, B.C. - Just days before she hanged herself in December 2013, Lucia Vega Jimenez cut fruit and chatted about international Christmas traditions with inmates inside a maximum-security women's prison east of Vancouver.

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29.09.2014

Health Canada cracking down on flavoured smokes aimed at young smokers

OTTAWA - Ottawa is aiming to crack down on flavoured cigarettes that target young smokers, but anti-smoking advocates say the government's plan is too little, too late.

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Health News

Recent Health Headlines

29.09.2014

B.C. doctors urge provincial ministers to take a stand on public health care

VANCOUVER - Provincial and territorial health ministers will gather in Banff this week and advocates of Canada's public health-care system are urging them to protect medicare while they are there.

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29.09.2014

Unions promise fight against Nova Scotia law to merge health care bargaining

HALIFAX - The Nova Scotia government set the stage Monday for a showdown with some of its unions, tabling a bill that would merge the number of bargaining units in the health-care system from 50 to four by April 1.

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