Wednesday , 26 July 2017

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Global News Morning: July 26

The online edition of Global News Morning with Paul Brothers and Andrea Dion on Global Halifax. ...Read the news Source:: Global News – Halifax ...

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Pumpkin the great white shark feasting in Nova Scotia's Minas Basin

By Cassie Williams The toothy, 300-kilogram tourist is taking in the underwater sights and culinary delights of Nova Scotia's Minas Basin. ...Read the news Source:: CBC – Ca ...

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EU court: EU-Canada passenger data deal breaches privacy

By Staff - The Associated Press ...Read the news Source:: Metronews – Canada news ...

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Seven stories in the news for today, July 26

By Staff - The Canadian Press ...Read the news Source:: Metronews – Canada news ...

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TSB to release report into fatal capsizing of fishing boat off N.B.

By Staff - The Canadian Press ...Read the news Source:: Metronews – Canada news ...

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Residential school cemetery in Regina to get provincial heritage designation

By Staff - The Canadian Press ...Read the news Source:: Metronews – Canada news ...

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Supreme Court to decide on oil and gas development and Indigenous consultation

By Staff - The Canadian Press ...Read the news Source:: Metronews – Canada news ...

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Man tied to violent Calgary gang gunned down in B.C., van set ablaze

By CBC News The fatal shooting of a man in B.C. last week was a targeted attack, police believe. Yee Hung Chin, 33, had ties to gang activity in Calgary, they say. ...Read the new ...

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Enforcement officer's Twitter crusade forces Canada Post out of Toronto bike lanes

By Amara McLaughlin Toronto's most enthusiastic bike lane enforcer is one step closer to fulfilling his mission of keeping the city's lanes clear of errant vehicles as Canada Post ...

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Fraser River sockeye fishery closed after low early returns

By Lisa Johnson The situation could change but lower-than-expected returns for two early runs means there's no fishing allowed on Fraser River sockeye, the regulatory panel decide ...

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