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National News

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31.07.2014

High court narrows scope of allowable evidence from police stings

OTTAWA - Confessions extracted through so-called Mr. Big police sting operations tend to produce unreliable confessions, are open to abuses and must be regulated more carefully in order to be admissible in court, the Supreme Court of Canada ruled Thursday.

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31.07.2014

After a slow start to the year, Canadian economy picks up speed in May

OTTAWA - Canada's economic output picked up speed to a a 0.4 per cent pace in May, setting the stage for a second quarter expansion that is expected to help reverse the year's slow start.

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31.07.2014

IMF calls on Canada, others to raise carbon taxes, cut income taxes

OTTAWA - The International Monetary Fund says Canada and other countries can improve their economies and environment by hiking energy taxes — while cutting them on people and capital.

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Health News

Recent Health Headlines

31.07.2014

Cellphone bill levy dials up big dollars for Alberta's growing 911 call volume

EDMONTON - Alberta's 21 emergency call centres can start dialing up faster and more efficient service thanks to about $2 million collected so far from a levy on cellphone bills in the province.

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30.07.2014

Two patients seek to launch class-action suit against Montreal hospital

MONTREAL - Two women are trying to launch a class-action lawsuit against a Montreal-area hospital which is testing patients who underwent bariatric surgery and might have contracted HIV or hepatitis from an improperly sterilized surgical tool.

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