Tuesday , 21 November 2017

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Teaching rules 'woefully inadequate' in N.S., report says

The Nova Scotia education system protects under-performing teachers, which undermines the credibility of the majority of teachers who are doing good work, a new report says. ...Re ...

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Slippery sidewalks persist as spring approaches

Spring is just a couple of days away but the sidewalks in several New Brunswick cities remain ice-covered. ...Read the news Source: msn News - New Brunswick ...

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Nurses union contract talks break off with Capital Health

Contract talks between the union representing nurses in Nova Scotia's largest health district, the Capital District Health Authority, have broken off. ...Read the news Source: msn ...

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Father of girls’ rights activist captivates TED audience

By MARSHA LEDERMAN Ziauddin Yousafzai, father of Malala Yousafzai who was shot on a bus in Pakistan, spoke of how proud he was of the perseverance his daughter has shown in contin ...

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De Grau house fire leaves couple homeless

An elderly couple is homeless following a fire on the Port au Port Peninsula. ...Read the news Source: msn News - Newfoundland and Labrador ...

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Leona Aglukkaq challenges moral basis of EU seal product ban

The World Trade Organization's recent decision to uphold a four-year-old European Union ban on seal products has set a dangerous precedent for future trade relations, Canada's nor ...

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Province says conserve, but cuts aid for energy efficiency

While officials preached the importance of conservation during this year's blackouts and electricity shortages, the provincial government has actually cut back on programs to help ...

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Zero-tolerance policies discourage the reporting of cyberbullying: study

By SUSAN KRASHINSKY Teachers far down the list of people students consider turning to for help when faced with online harassment ...Read the news Source: The globe and mail - Top ...

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Avalanche victim IDed as Jay Quayle of Lloydminster, Sask.

By The Canadian Press A Saskatchewan man has been identified as the victim caught in an avalanche last Friday near Blue River, in southeastern B.C. ...Read the news Source: CBC - ...

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Malaysia backtracks on when jet’s communications were disabled

By KEITH BRADSHER and CHRISTOPHER BUCKLEY Search for missing flight hits 10th day ...Read the news Source: The globe and mail - Top stories ...

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