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National News

Recent National Headlines

30.09.2014

Day 2 of Magnotta's trial to include more crime-scene exhibits

MONTREAL - Luka Rocco Magnotta's first-degree murder trial continues today with more testimony and exhibits from a Montreal crime-scene technician.

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30.09.2014

Conservatives months late with jihadi tracking tool, no word on completion date

OTTAWA - The Conservative government is three months late on delivering a tracking system it continues to tout as a means of stopping homegrown terrorists from joining overseas conflicts.

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30.09.2014

Today on the Hill: Will cabinet decide on a Canadian combat mission in Iraq?

OTTAWA - Eyes in Ottawa will be on the federal cabinet today as it ponders a possible deployment of fighter and surveillance aircraft in an expanding offensive against Islamist militants in northern Iraq.

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Health News

Recent Health Headlines

30.09.2014

Ontario nurses group asking provincial government for records on medical tourism

TORONTO - The Registered Nurses' Association of Ontario is asking the provincial government for information on which hospitals are letting foreign patients pay for health care.

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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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