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National News

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02.09.2015

Alleged crime scene renovations shock lawyer in Dalhousie student murder case

HALIFAX - Renovations to an apartment that is the alleged crime scene in a murder case involving two Dalhousie University students were criticized Wednesday by a lawyer who says the work has hampered his ability to defend his client.

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02.09.2015

Newfoundland mayor wants 'dysfunctional' council dissolved for new election

ST. JOHN'S, N.L. - The mayor of a small Newfoundland town says its "dysfunctional" council is so stacked against him it would vote down a cure for childhood cancer if he was the one promoting it.

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02.09.2015

No preliminary hearing for accused B.C. polygamist, case heads straight to trial

VANCOUVER - A lawyer prosecuting the accused polygamist leader of a fundamentalist Mormon commune has opted to forego a preliminary inquiry and head straight to trial.

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Health News

Recent Health Headlines

02.09.2015

Rabies found in bats north of Saskatoon, humans exposed in one case

SASKATOON - Pet owners north of Saskatoon are being warned to protect their animals against rabies after a string of cases involving bats.

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02.09.2015

Nurse sets up easy access auto injectors to help with severe allergic reactions

SUSSEX, N.B. - A nurse practitioner hopes to prevent needless deaths from severe allergic reactions by installing publicly accessible auto injectors of epinephrine in prominent locations in Sussex, N.B.

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