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2 hrs ago | SooToday

Thousands turn out for Labour Day Parade

Thousands of people marched Monday in Toronto's annual Labour Day Parade to show their support for local unions, with more than 30 labour organizations taking part in the festivities.

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6 hrs ago | MacLeans

Rob Anders takes second crack at Conservative nomination

Controversial Conservative MP Rob Anders may not find the welcome mat out as he attempts to make the move from a big-city riding where he lost his nomination to a brand new rural one.

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6 hrs ago | Prince George Citizen

New Brunswick Liberals try to keep momentum going in Eastern Canada

After majority victories in Nova Scotia, Quebec and Ontario, Brian Gallant is trying to keep the winning streak alive for the Liberals by taking New Brunswick in the Sept.

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10 hrs ago | CBC News

Sask contractor laid off Canadians, retained TFWs

A large electrical contractor in Saskatchewan is being investigated by the federal government over allegations it laid off dozens of Canadian electricians while keeping temporary foreign workers on the job.

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14 hrs ago | CBC News

Canadians expose foreign worker 'mess' in oilsands

Kathy Tomlinson has worked as an investigative reporter for more than a decade. She is currently host of CBC Vancouver's news segment Go Public.

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Sun Aug 31, 2014

Arutz Sheva Israel News

Global Agenda, 3:44 AMCanada's PM to be Nominated for Nobel Peace Prize

B'nai Brith Canada has announced that it will nominate Canada's Prime Minister, Stephen Harper, for the Nobel Peace prize.

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The Globe and Mail

TransCanada's Energy East faces hurdle as U.S. oil boom swamps market

The Calgary-based company expects to file its Energy East application with the National Energy Board later this month to move some 1.1 million barrels per day of western Canadian crude to eastern refineries and export terminals near Quebec City and Saint John, N.B. Justin Trudeau is accusing Prime Minister Stephen Harper of botching both the ... (more)

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Edmonton Journal

Canadians are the second-biggest smugglers of cocaine into Australia

Champion innovators, inventors and entrepreneurs call the capital region home. Here is a selection of 40 businesses, inventions, technologies, and one dinosaur, that Edmonton can lay claim to.

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Related Topix: Drugs, North America, World News, Inventions, Science / Technology

CBC News

ATV crash could lead to charges for 14-year-old boy

RCMP on Prince Edward Island say they're considering charging a 14-year-old boy after he crashed an all-terrain vehicle along Route 12 Friday afternoon.

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680News

NATO pushes for bigger crisis response brigade as Canada mulls opportunity

Canada will send troops, jets and warships to participate in a massive NATO training exercise next year in a deployment that could be the first step towards deeper involvement in the alliance's long-term strategy to counter a resurgent Russia.

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CBC News

Attempted murder charge pending after Wyse Road stabbing

A man faces a list of charges including attempted murder after a stabbing in Dartmouth Friday afternoon, say Halifax police.

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Sat Aug 30, 2014

Edmonton Journal

Canada looks to join NATO force of 10,000 troops meant to keep Russia in check

Edmonton's booming growth saw a population the size of St. Albert move in over the last two years.

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Related Topix: World News, NATO (North Atlantic Treaty Organization), North America, Vladimir Putin

Prince George Citizen

Almost half of those taken to hospitals after bus crash in B.C. released

A towing company employee stands by as a tour bus that rolled over and crashed on the Coquihalla Highway south of Merritt, B.C., Thursday, is moved during an investigation at a towing company lot in Kelowna, on Friday August 29, 2014.

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Vancouver Sun

Ontario man surrenders after 37-hour standoff

Hundreds of women, some camping out overnight, stormed into the Vancouver Trade and Convention Centre for the annual retail blowout August, 28, 2014.

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The Winnipeg Free Press

Specially trained dogs enter province's fight against invasive zebra mussels

In this file photo, a detection dog from the Montana-based Working Dogs for Conservation searches a boat for zebra mussels.

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Brandon Sun

Going from reserve to recruit a culture shock for some aboriginals: report

The move from small and isolated communities to larger urban centres can be quite jarring for aboriginals who join the Canadian Armed Forces, says a newly released document.

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InsideHalton.com

Aboriginal recruits face culture shock: study

The move from small and isolated communities to larger urban centres can be quite jarring for aboriginals who join the Canadian Armed Forces, says a newly released document.

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Yorkton This Week & Enterprise

Canada, U.S. take step toward regulatory harmonization

The Canadian and American governments have announced a new step toward constantly co-ordinating their regulatory environments across a broad range of industries.

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The Globe and Mail

Man convicted in shooting deaths of four Alberta Mounties in 2005 arrested

Dennis Cheeseman waits in the cafeteria in the law courts in Edmonton, Alberta on Monday January 19, 2009.

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Fri Aug 29, 2014

Brandon Sun

Canadian laboratory team evacuated from Ebola zone back in Canada

Three Canadian scientists evacuated from Sierra Leone over Ebola concerns are back in Canada, the Public Health Agency of Canada said Friday night.

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Related Topix: North America, World News, Canada, Medicine, Epidemiology, Germany, Centers for Disease Control and Prevention

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