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  • New Brunswick looks for new McKenna miracleNew Brunswick looks for new McKenna miracle - 2014-09-19 1:46 PM

    Starkly differing Liberal and Progressive Conservative visions of how to reignite New Brunswick's jobs renaissance of the 1990s — still referred to as "the McKenna Miracle" — are being presented to voters worried about the economy in Monday's provincial election.

  • New health minister promises change - 2014-09-19 5:35 PM

    EDMONTON - Alberta's new health minister says there won't be massive reforms to the province's health care system but there will be changes in how things are done.

  • Keystone XL costs surge, TransCanada saysKeystone XL costs surge, TransCanada says - 2014-09-19 5:29 PM

    CALGARY - Costs for the long-delayed Keystone XL pipeline will likely balloon from US$5.4 billion to as much as US$10 billion, TransCanada Corp. confirmed Friday, as the project marked its sixth year in regulatory limbo.

  • Ex-privacy commissioner George Radwanski dies - 2014-09-19 5:08 PM

    OTTAWA - Former award-winning journalist, political adviser and embattled federal privacy commissioner George Radwanski has died at age 67.

  • Prince Edward makes final stop on trip - 2014-09-19 5:00 PM

    SWIFT CURRENT, Sask. - Premier Brad Wall says it has been great having Prince Edward, the Earl of Wessex, in Saskatchewan for a three-day visit.

  • Russian planes intercepted over Arctic: Norad - 2014-09-19 4:33 PM

    Canadian and American fighter jets were scrambled to intercept Russian war planes over the Arctic in two separate incidents this week.

  • Rob Ford's brother to launch campaign SaturdayRob Ford's brother to launch campaign Saturday - 2014-09-19 3:58 PM

    TORONTO - Rob Ford's brother plans to launch his election campaign this weekend for Toronto's top job, which he put off Friday so he could spend some time with his ailing sibling as he undergoes treatment for a rare cancer.

  • Woman who caused accident helping ducks faces prison - 2014-09-19 3:44 PM

    MONTREAL - The Crown is asking for a prison term for a woman who caused a fatal traffic accident after she stopped her car on a busy highway to help ducks.

  • Baird doesn't share Kerry's view on Iran role - 2014-09-19 2:46 PM

    OTTAWA - American praise for Canada as one of its strongest allies in the fight against militants in Iraq and Syria wasn't enough to conceal sharp differences Friday over the role of Iran in potentially helping the cause.

  • Mounties arrest alleged drug-mule recruiter - 2014-09-19 2:44 PM

    TORONTO - The Mounties have arrested a Toronto man who they allege recruited drug traffickers into an international narcotics ring.

  • Magnotta murder trial to begin Sept. 29Magnotta murder trial to begin Sept. 29 - 2014-09-19 2:31 PM

    MONTREAL - Luka Rocco Magnotta's first-degree murder trial in the slaying and dismemberment of Jun Lin will begin Sept. 29.

  • NDP forces debate on aboriginal women - 2014-09-19 2:25 PM

    OTTAWA - An aboriginal MP delivered a powerful plea Friday for a national inquiry into murdered and missing indigenous women, recalling his own brother's death as a five-year-old in a residential school 60 years ago.

  • Canada's top court rules against banks - 2014-09-19 2:09 PM

    OTTAWA - Canada's top court has restored a Quebec trial judge's decision that penalizes five banks for failing to meet provincial disclosure requirements when they charged currency-conversion fees to their credit card customers.

  • Quebecers hope Brits deliver on Scottish vowsQuebecers hope Brits deliver on Scottish vows - 2014-09-19 2:09 PM

    MONTREAL - Prominent Quebec sovereigntists say they hope pro-independence Scots fight to ensure London delivers on its referendum-campaign promises of new powers for Scotland.

  • Judge dismisses moose-collision lawsuit - 2014-09-19 2:00 PM

    ST. JOHN'S, N.L. - A judge in Newfoundland and Labrador has dismissed a class-action lawsuit that claimed the provincial government was negligent by failing to do enough to protect drivers from moose-vehicle collisions.

  • Loss of warships will leave short-term gapsLoss of warships will leave short-term gaps - 2014-09-19 1:58 PM

    OTTAWA - The navy's decision to retire four venerable warships will mean finding short-term stop-gaps until new vessels are built.

  • Soldier wins appeal in fatal training caseSoldier wins appeal in fatal training case - 2014-09-19 1:07 PM

    CALGARY - A Calgary soldier convicted for his part in a deadly training accident in Afghanistan has won his appeal and hopes that a "long and difficult process" is finally over.

  • Some facts on warships being decommissioned - 2014-09-19 12:58 PM

    OTTAWA - A quick look at the history of the four warships that are being decommissioned by the Royal Canadian Navy:

  • Inflation unchanged in August: StatCanInflation unchanged in August: StatCan - 2014-09-19 12:41 PM

    OTTAWA - Canada's annual inflation rate held steady at 2.1 per cent in August, according to new Statistics Canada figures released Friday.

  • Saganash's remarks to the House of Commons - 2014-09-19 12:29 PM

    OTTAWA - NDP MP Romeo Saganash's remarks to the House of Commons on Friday about the need for an inquiry into murdered and missing aboriginal women:



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