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National News

Recent National Headlines

03.09.2015

First Green video ad flirts with candidate Claire Martin's old TV persona

OTTAWA - The federal Green party has turned to a familiar face who used to make her living in front of the camera — former meteorologist Claire Martin — for its first video advertisement of the election campaign.

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03.09.2015

Portuguese man fined for harassing swimming deer off B.C.'s coast

TERRACE, B.C. - A Portuguese man has been fined $1 by a British Columbia court and ordered to donate $5,000 to a wildlife trust for hitting a swimming deer on the head off the province's northwest coast.

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03.09.2015

B.C. woman tried to sponsor Syrian family members who drowned off Turkey

A Vancouver-area woman had been trying to sponsor three Syrian relatives — including her two young nephews — and their mother, who drowned off the Turkish coast.

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Health News

Recent Health Headlines

02.09.2015

Rabies found in bats north of Saskatoon, humans exposed in one case

SASKATOON - Pet owners north of Saskatoon are being warned to protect their animals against rabies after a string of cases involving bats.

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02.09.2015

Nurse sets up easy access auto injectors to help with severe allergic reactions

SUSSEX, N.B. - A nurse practitioner hopes to prevent needless deaths from severe allergic reactions by installing publicly accessible auto injectors of epinephrine in prominent locations in Sussex, N.B.

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