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22.12.2014

Man who recorded toilet visits thrilled more by secrets than sex: lawyer

VANCOUVER - The lawyer for a man who covertly recorded people using the washroom in his Vancouver restaurant says her client was driven more by the thrill of knowing people's secrets than by sexual impulses.

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22.12.2014

Manning sorry for not encouraging consultation before Wildrose defections

EDMONTON - The former leader of the Reform Party says he made a mistake when he gave advice to members of Alberta's Wildrose on uniting with the governing Progressive Conservatives.

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22.12.2014

Heather Forsyth named Alberta Wildrose interim leader, party hopes to rebound

CALGARY - Alberta's Wildrose party has named an interim leader after Danielle Smith and eight other caucus members bolted to the governing Progressive Conservatives.

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Health News

Recent Health Headlines

22.12.2014

Regulations requiring record checks for daycare workers tightened in Nova Scotia

HALIFAX - Nova Scotia's government has brought in new regulations that increase its authority to ensure child care staff have received criminal record checks before they're allowed to work with children.

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22.12.2014

Heart patients may do better when specialists at big medical meetings: study

CHICAGO - Doctors joke that if you're going to have a heart attack, the safest place would be at a big national gathering of heart specialists. But a new study suggests some older hospitalized heart patients may fare better when these doctors aren't around.

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