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30.01.2015

Sentence delay for former soldier who planned attack on Veterans Affairs office

CALGARY - The lawyer for a former soldier who planned an attack on a Veterans Affairs office is concerned that a sentencing delay will further harm her client's failing health.

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30.01.2015

Significant events related to a tailings spill at B.C.'s Mount Polley mine

VICTORIA - A timeline of events related to the failure of a tailings dam at the Mount Polley gold and copper mine southeast of Quesnel, B.C.:

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30.01.2015

Five things to know about the anti-terrorism measures tabled Friday

OTTAWA - The Harper government introduced a new anti-terrorism bill on Friday that will beef up the powers of the country's spy agency and give police more tools to tackle terror plots and plotters. Here are five things to know:

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Health News

Recent Health Headlines

30.01.2015

Public sector workers' right to strike protected by Constitution: Supreme Court

OTTAWA - A divided Supreme Court of Canada has raised the bar for Ottawa and the provinces in their dealings with public sector employees by affirming the right to strike as constitutionally protected.

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30.01.2015

Permit for Nova Scotia pulp mill tightens emissions, effluent over five years

HALIFAX - Northern Pulp Nova Scotia Corp. says it will appeal a renewed industrial permit issued today by the provincial Environment Department.

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