Friday September 19, 2014

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Defeat means change for Scottish-Canadian supporters of independence

VANCOUVER - Nay may have won the day, but Caledonian-Canadians who supported Scottish independence in Thursday's historic referendum say their dream isn't dead, and at the very least change to the political system is coming....

posted: September 19,2014

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Canadian navy to retire four Cold War era ships: Sources

OTTAWA - The Canadian navy is going to retire four veteran ships that have been in service for decades....

On the Hill today: Broadcast regulator hears from Netflix on future of TV

OTTAWA - Netflix will be streaming itself live today as it speaks out on the future of the country's television industry....

Winnipeg human rights museum will examine "why did it happen:" CEO

WINNIPEG - Canada's newest national museum was still something of a work in progress as officials prepared for its ceremonial opening today....

Rob Ford's brother to start campaign after public encouragement from mayor

TORONTO - Rob Ford's brother is set to officially launch his campaign for Toronto's top job today following a hospital bed endorsement he received from the cancer-stricken mayor....

Canadian Press NewsAlert: Home Depot says 56M cards affected in data breach

NEW YORK, - Home Depot says 56 million payment cards affected by data breach between April and September....

University of Regina journalism school adds master's degree to program

REGINA - In an age of tight university budgets and financial cuts, one program at the University of Regina is celebrating a big addition....

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