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Oil leak report shows monitoring failing: critic

EDMONTON - Opposition politicians say a damning report into a major pipeline leak in a central Alberta river indicates the province's monitoring system is failing. ...Read the new ...

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Loretta Saunders vigil draws hundreds to Parliament Hill

By CBC News Hundreds of people gathered at a vigil on Parliament Hill in memory of Loretta Saunders, an Inuk student living in Halifax who was found slain on the side of a New Bru ...

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PEI, Manitoba join Ontario on new pension plan

By Adrian Morrow ‘This is about allowing people to invest into the future,' PEI Premier Robert Ghiz says ...Read the news Source: The globe and mail - Top stories ...

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Federal intelligence agent fired over contacts with Russians

By COLIN FREEZE and STEVEN CHASE Irina Koulatchenko is fighting for her reinstatement ...Read the news Source: The globe and mail - Top stories ...

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Springhill residents shocked at town's dissolution

People living in Springhill crowded into the town hall Wednesday, looking for answers after council voted to dissolve the town due to increasing economic pressures. ...Read the ne ...

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Municipal changes on table in Nova Scotia

By Staff HALIFAX – Nova Scotia's municipal relations minister says the government is open to municipal change, including amalgamation, given the financial challenges facing ...

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Corruption inquiry to suspend hearings

By Staff MONTREAL – Quebec's corruption inquiry says it will suspend its hearings during the provincial election campaign after next week. A statement from commissioners at ...

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Border agency needs rights group: advocates

By Staff VANCOUVER – A B.C.-based civil rights group is renewing its call for independent oversight of the agency that polices Canada's borders. The B.C. Civil Liberties Ass ...

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RNC campaign uses checklist for thieves

If you recently found a slip of paper on your car windshield, it might not have been a parking ticket. Police have been warning the way you leave your car might cost you for anoth ...

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Former minister to broker pipeline agreements

VANCOUVER - Former Conservative Indian Affairs minister Jim Prentice has been tapped to try and broker deals between Northern Gateway and First Nations opposed to the multibillion ...

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