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National News

Recent National Headlines

25.07.2014

Ottawa starts year in better shape narrowing deficit to $1.15B in April-May

OTTAWA - The federal government continues to make progress in its drive to eliminate the deficit by next year, the latest accounting from the Finance Department shows.

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25.07.2014

Death of blind woman found lying under Halifax bridge accidental, review says

HALIFAX - A review into the Halifax police investigation of a blind woman found lying beneath a bridge has reaffirmed the force's position that her death was accidental.

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25.07.2014

Arctic oil spills likely to spread across borders: study

New research suggests that any type of significant oil spill in Canada's western Arctic would likely spread quickly and foul oceans around Alaska and possibly as far west as Russia.

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Health News

Recent Health Headlines

25.07.2014

Ottawa calls for proposals to improve prescribing of opioids, other abused drugs

TORONTO - Ottawa has issued a national call for proposals to improve prescribing practices for opioids and other drugs that pose a high risk of abuse or addiction.

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24.07.2014

Blood thinner ineffective in preventing pregnancy complications from clots: study

TORONTO - Pregnant women with clotting disorders are often prescribed a challenging and cringe-inducing treatment — daily doses of a blood-thinner injected into the abdomen — in a bid to prevent a miscarriage or other complications. But a long-term clinical trial has found that the widely used therapy is ineffective in most cases and puts women through unnecessary pain.

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