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27.01.2015

Canadians OK with special forces firing back and killing ISIL extremists: Harper

OTTAWA - Prime Minister Stephen Harper says his opposition rivals are offside with most Canadians when they criticize the military's repeated firefights with the Islamic State of Iraq and the Levant.

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27.01.2015

Shot B.C. Mountie has endured surgeries, complications, but is recovering: wife

KAMLOOPS, B.C. - It's been almost two months since an RCMP officer was shot during a traffic stop in Kamloops, B.C., and now his wife says they're confident he'll overcome his substantial injuries.

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27.01.2015

Tory MP's bill unnecessary, could harm independence, say Parliament's watchdogs

OTTAWA - Parliament's watchdogs have urged a Senate committee to quash a proposal to publish the political backgrounds of their employees, calling it unnecessary and potentially harmful to the independence of their offices.

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Health News

Recent Health Headlines

27.01.2015

Ombudsman's office receives about 35 complaints related to long-term care

REGINA - Saskatchewan's ombudsman says her office has received about 35 complaints related to long-term care facilities since November.

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27.01.2015

Mental visualization helps surgical residents hone skills for tricky operation

TORONTO - It's said that practice makes perfect, whether serving an ace in tennis, nailing a three-pointer in basketball or being able to rocket a puck past a particularly agile goalie. But practice doesn't have to be physical: mental training using visualization can also up one's game — and not only in the domain of sports.

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