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France has started air strikes against ISIL fighters in Iraq, joining the US. Australians have committed 600 troops & several jets. Britain so far has not joined the air strikes. Canada’s commitment is 70 Special Forces advisers. Is this enough?

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National News

Recent National Headlines

19.09.2014

Differing visions in New Brunswick campaign aim to revive Frank McKenna miracle

Starkly differing Liberal and Progressive Conservative visions of how to reignite New Brunswick's jobs renaissance of the 1990s — still referred to as "the McKenna Miracle" — are being presented to voters worried about the economy in Monday's provincial election.

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19.09.2014

Mountie joked about movie not sex act, breach of trust trial hears in B.C.

KAMLOOPS, B.C. - Jokes about a soon-to-be released Hollywood movie, not images on closed-circuit video of two women having sex in a jail cell, are what caused a Mountie to laugh while surrounded by his colleagues, B.C. Supreme Court was told.

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19.09.2014

Former journalist, privacy commissioner George Radwanski dead at 67

OTTAWA - Former award-winning journalist, political adviser and embattled federal privacy commissioner George Radwanski has died at age 67.

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Health News

Recent Health Headlines

19.09.2014

New health minister promises change but says he won't radically alter the system

EDMONTON - Alberta's new health minister says there won't be massive reforms to the province's health care system but there will be changes in how things are done.

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19.09.2014

Judge to hear objections to $190 million Johns Hopkins settlement over gynecologist recordings

BALTIMORE - A Baltimore judge was set to hear objections Friday to a preliminary $190 million dollar settlement between Johns Hopkins Hospital System and more than 8,000 patients of a gynecologist who used tiny cameras to secretly photograph women and girls during examinations.

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