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National News

Recent National Headlines

23.11.2014

Maritime lobster levy delayed until spring, fisheries ministers say

HALIFAX - A promise from the three Maritime provinces to have a levy in place before the end of the year to support a marketing strategy for the region's embattled, $1-billion lobster industry is facing more delays.

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23.11.2014

Ottawa's anti-corruption rules on suppliers a threat to Canadian economy: study

OTTAWA - New federal rules that threaten to ban companies convicted of crimes from public contracts could kill jobs and hurt the Canadian economy, warns a study conducted for a powerful business group.

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23.11.2014

'Nude judge' misconduct case to start anew with sex photos off-limits for now

TORONTO - A second hearing into whether a senior Manitoba judge should be kicked off the bench is finally set to start in Winnipeg on Monday but sex photos central to the allegations against her will be off-limits — at least for the time being.

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Health News

Recent Health Headlines

23.11.2014

HEALTHBEAT: US seeks to shore up world's blind spots in preparation for next disease outbreak

WASHINGTON - The next Ebola or the next SARS. Maybe even the next HIV. Even before the Ebola epidemic in West Africa is brought under control, public health officials are girding for the next health disaster.

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21.11.2014

Alberta officials ID residue on surgical instruments as polishing product

LETHBRIDGE, Alta. - Alberta Health Services has identified a fine, dark residue found on surgical instruments in Lethbridge.

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