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Prime Minister Harper announces $2.5M to train miners in northern Saskatchewan

AIR RONGE, Sask. - The federal government committed $2.5 million Wednesday to help train miners in northern Saskatchewan....

posted: July 30,2014





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N.W.T. political leader objects to posting chiefs' salaries online

YELLOWKNIFE - A political leader in the Northwest Territories says there are concerns over the federal government's new law requiring the salaries of First Nations chiefs be posted online....


B.C. government approves $5.3-billion copper-gold mine in province's north

VANCOUVER - The British Columbia government has granted environmental approval for a proposed $5.3-billion mine in the provinces north, which would tap into one of the largest gold and copper deposits in the world and has already received...


Two patients seek to launch class-action suit against Montreal hospital

MONTREAL - Two women are trying to launch a class-action lawsuit against a Montreal-area hospital which is testing patients who underwent bariatric surgery and might have contracted HIV or hepatitis from an improperly sterilized surgical...


Federal justice minister won't make Marc Nadon repay Supreme Court salary

OTTAWA - The justice minister's office says the government won't make Marc Nadon repay any monies he collected during his ill-fated appointment to the high court....


Harper continues to take hard line on Gaza, Ukraine conflicts, Chinese

OTTAWA - An unflinching Prime Minister Stephen Harper reiterated his government's hard line on Wednesday on Hamas, Russia and Chinese cyberattacks....


RCMP officer wounded in shootings in Moncton, N.B., returns to work

MONCTON, N.B. - One of the two RCMP officers in New Brunswick wounded in shootings last month in Moncton says he has returned to work....






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