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at 10:31 on January 28, 2015, EST.

Montreal teen allegedly committed robbery to help terrorist group

MONTREAL - A 15-year-old Montreal boy will return to court in mid-February to have a trial date set in connection with a pair of terrorism-related charges.

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at 10:21 on January 28, 2015, EST.

Nova Scotia ruling that cleared RCMP in wrongful rape conviction goes to appeal

HALIFAX - The lawyer for a man who was wrongfully convicted of statutory rape 45 years ago says a Nova Scotia Supreme Court judge should have found his client's confession was improperly obtained.

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at 10:20 on January 28, 2015, EST.

Wrong department was put in place to lead Bluenose II restoration: audit

HALIFAX - The delays and cost overruns plaguing the restoration of the Bluenose II stem from Nova Scotia's decision to hand the job to a government department that had little experience managing construction projects, the province's auditor general says.

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at 09:40 on January 28, 2015, EST.

Statistics Canada revises December unemployment rate to 6.7 per cent

OTTAWA - Statistics Canada has revised its labour force numbers for 2014 to reduce the number of jobs gained last year by about one-third and increase the unemployment rate for December.

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at 08:40 on January 28, 2015, EST.

New Conservative anti-terror bill needs to walk a fine line, Kenney says

OTTAWA - There's a fine line between legitimate religious expression and inciting terrorism, says Conservative cabinet minister Jason Kenney.

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at 08:39 on January 28, 2015, EST.

France wants Canada to try again for UN Security Council after 2010 loss: envoy

OTTAWA - Canada should try again for at a seat on the United Nations Security Council despite its historic loss in 2010, because it is a "global player," says the French ambassador to Canada.

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