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  1. Tories tighten lid on government secrets: Any breach, - however slight,' now has to be reportedRead the original story w/Photo

    Monday Feb 23 | Canada.com

    A revised policy on the security of so-called cabinet confidences requires all possible breaches - "however slight" - to be immediately reported to the Prime Minister's Office or officials in the Privy Council Office, the government's bureaucratic nerve centre. "This includes unauthorized disclosure, loss, theft, transmission and discussion over non-secure channels, unaccounted documents or other actual or suspected compromises."

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  2. Lid on cabinet secrets quietly tightened under new federal policyRead the original story w/Photo

    Monday Feb 23 | Yorkton This Week & Enterprise

    The Conservative government has quietly tightened the lid on federal cabinet secrets in an effort to prevent compromising leaks. Maxime Bernier is shown arriving to be sworn in as the new minister of Foreign Affairs, accompanied by Julie Couillard, in Ottawa on in this Aug 14, 2007 file photo.

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  3. Make Canada a magnet for stem cell trialsRead the original story w/Photo

    Monday Feb 23 | The Globe and Mail

    A microscopic view shows a colony of human embryonic stem cells growing on fibroblasts in this handout photo released to Reuters by the California Institute for Regenerative Medicine, March 9, 2009. A microscopic view shows a colony of human embryonic stem cells growing on fibroblasts in this handout photo released to Reuters by the California Institute for Regenerative Medicine, March 9, 2009.

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  4. No imminent threat to Aust, NZ mallsRead the original story w/Photo

    Monday Feb 23 | Yahoo!

    The operator of Westfield shopping centres in Australia says there's no evidence of an imminent threat to its shops, but it will take steps to keep them safe. Video footage has been released urging Muslim extremists to attack shopping malls in the US, Canada, Britain and other western countries.

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  5. Measles virus circulating in Ontario is a variant previously unknown to WHORead the original story w/Photo

    Monday Feb 23 | The Globe and Mail

    National Microbiology Lab technician Jennifer Beirnes purifies measles genetic material for DNA sequencing in Winnipeg last week. National Microbiology Lab technician Jennifer Beirnes purifies measles genetic material for DNA sequencing in Winnipeg last week.

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  6. Dinosaurs for sale: How fossil business impacts scienceRead the original story w/Photo

    Monday Feb 23 | CBC News

    David Evans, a paleontologist and curator at the Royal Ontario Museum, holds part of the skull of Acheroraptor, which the ROM purchased from a private collector. In 2009, commercial fossil hunters in Montana excavated what was, unbeknownst to them, the jaws of an important new species of dinosaur.

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  7. Olivia Chow to become Ryerson University professorRead the original story w/Photo

    Monday Feb 23 | The Toronto Star

    Ryerson University will on Monday announce that the former Trinity-Spadina MP and city councillor has accepted a three-year visiting professorship at Ryerson University's faculty of arts starting March 1. In the part-time post she may teach her own courses, and will lecture on community organizing and activism and help organize events and a major symposium. A primary focus will be student mentorship, both by her and others who know how to turn passion into progress.

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  8. Stratford shopping centre listed in video released by Somali militant group al-ShababRead the original story w/Photo

    Monday Feb 23 | Guardian-series.co.uk

    A Somali-based extremist group has named Westfield shopping centre in Stratford on a list of potential targets for terror attacks. In a video released by al-Shabab, a man with a Brisitish accent and his face covered calls for "American or Jewish-owned" malls to be targted.

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  9. It's time for Cumberland to reach out to immigrantsRead the original story

    Saturday Feb 21 | Amherst Daily News

    Morris Haugg moved from Germany to Nova Scotia 55 years ago. He talked about the challenges immigrants face and how those challenges can be overcome during 'An Introduction to Welcoming Communities' Wednesday night at Amherst Town Hall.

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  10. Westfield says no imminent threat to Australian mallsRead the original story w/Photo

    Sunday Feb 22 | Sydney Morning Herald

    The operator of Westfield shopping centres in Australia says there's no evidence of an imminent threat to its shops, but it will take steps to keep them safe. Video footage has been released urging Muslim extremists to attack shopping malls in the US, Canada, Britain and other western countries.

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  11. Ottawa's GM shares could help balance budgetRead the original story w/Photo

    Sunday Feb 22 | The Chronicle Herald

    The Harper government's push to deliver a balanced budget despite the burden of low oil prices has attracted fresh attention to a potential stockpile of federal cash: a multi-billion-dollar taxpayer stake in the auto business. The government's remaining 73.4 million shares in General Motors are now worth more than $3.4 billion in total, thanks to the combined effect of a solid stock price and a weakened Canadian dollar.

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  12. The Ottawa that was: CMHC uploading its vast photo archive to the webRead the original story w/Photo

    Sunday Feb 22 | Canada.com

    These photos and hundreds of others are among the first batch of pictures uploaded to the web by the Canada Mortgage and Housing Corporation, which is digitizing its vast archives documenting post-war housing and neighbourhoods in Canada. Eventually, CMHC will make the full collection publicly available, offering a fascinating window on the way Canada looked in the 1950s, '60s, '70s and '80s.

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  13. Mall of America Strengthens SecurityRead the original story w/Photo

    Sunday Feb 22 | Valley News Live

    Bloomington, UNITED STATES: A sign at the Mall of America is pictured 02 February 2006 in Bloomington, Minnesota. The largest in the US with more than 40 million visitors a years, the Mall of America has become one of the biggest tourist attractioins in the country.

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  14. After delay in LNG deal, Petronas chiefs to visit B.C. in MarchRead the original story w/Photo

    Sunday Feb 22 | The Globe and Mail

    An artistic rendering of Pacific NorthWest LNG's proposals for a liquefied natural gas dock, suspension bridge and export terminal on Lelu Island, near Prince Rupert in northwestern British Columbia. An artistic rendering of Pacific NorthWest LNG's proposals for a liquefied natural gas dock, suspension bridge and export terminal on Lelu Island, near Prince Rupert in northwestern British Columbia.

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  15. U.S. homeland security chief worried about al Shabaab mall threatRead the original story w/Photo

    Sunday Feb 22 | Reuters

    U.S. homeland security chief tells CBS's Face the Nation he expects tighter security at Minnesota's Mall of America after threat from Islamist militants. Rough Cut .

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  16. Somalia extremists urge attacks on Western shopping mallsA Sunday,...Read the original story w/Photo

    Sunday Feb 22 | TheCourier.com

    A Sunday, Feb. 22, 2015 photo shows the exterior of the Mall of America in Bloomington, Minn.

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  17. Death of beluga in Orlando SeaWorld renews breeding debateRead the original story

    Sunday Feb 22 | MacLeans

    The death of a beluga whale loaned by the Vancouver Aquarium to Orlando SeaWorld for breeding purposes is renewing the debate over whether cetaceans should be bred in captivity. SeaWorld officials said Nanuq died Thursday at the estimated age of 31 or 32. While the cause of death is not yet known, he had been undergoing treatment for an infection caused by a broken jaw that occurred in an encounter with other animals.

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  18. Death of Vancouver Aquarium beluga in Orlando renews breeding debateRead the original story w/Photo

    Sunday Feb 22 | The Globe and Mail

    A Vancouver Aquarium trainer speaks to the crowd as one of the aquarium's two remaining beluga whales swims in an enclosure in Vancouver on Aug. 7, 2012. A Vancouver Aquarium trainer speaks to the crowd as one of the aquarium's two remaining beluga whales swims in an enclosure in Vancouver on Aug. 7, 2012.

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  19. Rouault ignites WolfPackRead the original story w/Photo

    Sunday Feb 22 | Lake Cowichan Gazette

    Vernon's Brett Rouault, of the Thompson Rivers WolfPack, splits a pair of Winnipeg Wesmen in CIS Canada West basketball playoff action Friday night in Kamloops. For the first time in their CIS history, the Thompson Rivers University WolfPack men's basketball team has won a post-season series.

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  20. The world's most breathtaking skylinesRead the original story w/Photo

    Sunday Feb 22 | Daily Mail

    World's best job! The adventurous bloggers who are EATING their way from Brussels to Hong Kong Mankinis, dentures and a life-size cutout of EastEnders' Lucy Beale: The bizarre items left behind by holidaymakers at ski resorts 'Dirty facilities' revealed as main reason why Britons leave negative holiday reviews online Gone in 20 seconds? World's busiest airport plans to slash screening times for passengers as it prepares for more than 100 million annual travellers by 2020 Leave a small gift for housekeeping, give your bellhop 5 per bag and NEVER do it in Japan: The ultimate guide to tipping Pack light, always carry lip balm and NEVER eat the food they serve on the plane: Jet-setting British supermodel shares her travel advice Now that's a hazard! Historic golf course in Scotland begins repairs on massive sinkhole that nearly shut century-old club Castle stays that will make you feel like ... (more)

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