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26.05.2015

Four stories in the news today, May 26

Four stories in the news today, May 26, from The Canadian Press:

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26.05.2015

Conservative MP Chong's bill to get bumpy ride in Senate committee

OTTAWA - Conservative MP Michael Chong is expected to get a rough ride from some of his own caucus colleagues as he promotes his reform act at a Senate committee today.

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26.05.2015

A third of Canadian's won't take advantage of new TFSA limits: poll

TORONTO - A new survey suggests about a third of Canadians don't have the money to take advantage of new rules under which Ottawa almost doubled the amount that can be contributed each year to tax-free savings accounts.

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26.05.2015

HEALTHBEAT: Plaques or tangles? Scanning brains of healthy seniors for clues about Alzheimer's

WASHINGTON - Sticky plaque gets the most attention, but now healthy seniors at risk of Alzheimer's are letting scientists peek into their brains to see if another culprit is lurking.

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25.05.2015

From Ding-Dongs to cucumbers, B.C. marks decade of fruit and veggies in schools

VICTORIA - British Columbia's health minister chomps on a crunchy cucumber as he hands out fresh peppers and tomatoes to Grade 5 students who eagerly accept the healthy snacks.

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