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29.07.2015

Long-term expats turning to Supreme Court over voting ban amid strong support

TORONTO - Two Canadians stripped of the right to vote because of their lengthy stay abroad are hoping the Supreme Court of Canada will hear the case, their lawyer said Wednesday.

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29.07.2015

Family of Canadian man detained in UAE without charge calls for his release

Marwa Alaradi hasn't seen her father in nearly a year, but the teen spends every day thinking of ways to bring him home.

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29.07.2015

TransAlta plans review after Alberta ruling it shut down plants to raise prices

CALGARY - TransAlta Corp. (TSX:TA) says it will undertake an independent review following a ruling from the Alberta Utilities Commission that the company deliberately triggered outages at power plants to raise electricity rates, thereby manipulating the markets.

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Recent Health Headlines

29.07.2015

Health authority needs to do more to protect personal info: auditor

WINNIPEG - Manitoba's auditor general says more work needs to be done to protect the personal information of patients and other data.

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29.07.2015

New way of tracking senior abuse in B.C. could give better picture of problem

VICTORIA - B.C.'s Office of the Seniors Advocate is launching an initiative aimed at getting a better picture of elder abuse and neglect in the province.

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