Wednesday , 26 July 2017

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1,000 P.E.I. homes in danger from coastal erosion

By CBC News A new tool by the Climate Research Lab at the University of Prince Edward Island shows how erosion will eat away at the Island over the next 90 years. ...Read the news ...

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Cancer ribbon used for St. John's tattoo fundraiser

A St. John's tattoo parlour staged an unusual marathon this weekend, raising thousands of dollars to help families battling cancer. ...Read the news Source: msn News - Newfoundlan ...

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Polar bear attack victim faces $13K in medical bills

By CBC News A Montreal woman who survived a polar bear attack in Manitoba last year is warning others not to assume their provincial or territorial health plan will fully cover th ...

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First Nation education funding 'still does not provide equality'

New federal funding for First Nation education isn't enough to pay on-reserve teachers at the same rate as provincial teachers, a Cape Breton Mi'kmaw leader says. ...Read the news ...

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Canada-Mexico air travel accord set to boost tourism and business links

By KIM MACKRAEL Harper, Mexican President Nieto to discuss initiative in Mexico next week during trilateral summit, but visa issue still looms ...Read the news Source: The globe a ...

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Danny Williams honours mother with Galway housing plan

Former premier Danny Williams has picked Galway, his mother's surname, as the name of the large residential development he is developing on the outskirts of St. John's. ...Read th ...

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Home support workers in Halifax reject offer

By Staff HALIFAX – The union representing 420 home support workers in Halifax says its members have rejected a contract offer from the management of Northwood. The Nova Scot ...

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Family violence statistics holding steady

Police statistics show no decline in the number of reports of family violence on P.E.I. over the last three to four years. ...Read the news Source: msn News - Prince Edward Island ...

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Budget customers get damage bill, despite 'coverage'

By Kathy Tomlinson More customers of Budget Rent a Car are feeling ripped off and misled after a B.C. franchise group sold them accident “coverage”, then told them the ...

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IOC bans Sarah Burke memorial stickers from helmets

By PAUL WALDIE Athletes will not be able to wear tribute to Canadian freestyle skier ...Read the news Source: The globe and mail - Top stories     ...

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