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National News

Recent National Headlines

27.01.2015

Winter storm shutters the Maritimes, plows struggle to cope in places

HALIFAX - While people across the Maritimes hunkered down during Tuesday's powerful winter storm, Helen and Barry Gibb took in the snowy scenery on the mostly deserted streets of downtown Halifax.

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27.01.2015

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

KAMLOOPS, B.C. - There may finally be relief from the pain and suffering forced on the Michaud family when their RCMP husband and father was shot during a traffic stop in British Columbia's Interior.

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27.01.2015

B.C. hockey rivalry devolves into arguments, prompts judge to order peace bond

COURTENAY, B.C. - A junior hockey team owner on Vancouver Island who's been ordered to stay away from the owners of a rival team says he regrets the heated arguments that set off the dispute, but he feels he's been unfairly portrayed by the courts and the media.

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Health News

Recent Health Headlines

27.01.2015

Entire city of Winnipeg under a boil-water advisory after positive E. coli tests

WINNIPEG - The entire city of Winnipeg was under a boil-water advisory Tuesday night after routine sampling turned up some potentially harmful bacteria in the municipal water supply.

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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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