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28.11.2014

Canada's economy grows at 2.8 per cent annual pace in third quarter

OTTAWA - The Canadian economy grew at a faster than expected pace in the third quarter, but economists cautioned Friday about the impact of lower oil prices on growth in the coming months.

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28.11.2014

Over half of Canadians surveyed in poll love the Grey Cup but fewer will watch

More than half the Canadians who took part in a recent online survey agreed the Grey Cup is an important national symbol but less than half that number plan on watching and younger Canadians are even less inclined.

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28.11.2014

Over half of Canadians surveyed in poll love the Grey Cup but fewer will watch

More than half the Canadians who took part in a recent online survey agreed the Grey Cup is an important national symbol but less than half that number plan on watching the big game and younger Canadians are even less inclined.

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Health News

Recent Health Headlines

28.11.2014

P.E.I. newborns to be screened for more conditions under new program

CHARLOTTETOWN - The Prince Edward Island government is doubling the number of conditions children are screened for after birth.

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28.11.2014

Emissions from one of two boilers at Nova Scotia pulp mill within legal limit

HALIFAX - Nova Scotia's Environment Department says emission levels from one of two boilers at the Northern Pulp mill in Pictou County are now within legal limits.

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