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Escaped Dorchester inmate captured in Fredericton after 'extensive pursuit' - CBC.ca

CBC.ca

Escaped Dorchester inmate captured in Fredericton after 'extensive pursuit'
CBC.ca
RCMP say a 29-year-old inmate who escaped from Dorchester Penitentiary was captured in Fredericton Friday evening by members of RCMP and the Fredericton police
Jeffrey MacLean was arrested "after an extensive pursuit around the city" according to a ...

Escaped inmate assaults motorist, steals car in New BrunswickCTV News
UPDATED: RCMP arrest inmate who escaped from Dorchester PenitentiaryGlobalnews.ca

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China foreign minister urges US caution on missile system - Reuters Canada

Reuters Canada

China foreign minister urges US caution on missile system
Reuters Canada
BEIJING (Reuters) - The United States needs to proceed with caution on possible deployment of an advanced U.S
missile defense system following North Korea's recent rocket launch and not use this as an excuse to affect China's security, the Chinese ...

N
Korean missile test logical, if unnerving
London Free Press

South Korean Companies Appeal to Save Kaesong ComplexVoice of America
US deploys more Patriot missiles in South KoreaTheChronicleHerald.ca
Korea Times -Daily Times
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Canada's first transgender judge officially sworn in - CTV News

CTV News

Canada's first transgender judge officially sworn in
CTV News
After being appointed to Manitoba's provincial court in December, Canada's first transgender judge was officially sworn in on Friday
Surrounded by a courtroom of friends, family and colleagues, Kael McKenzie took the oath alongside newly appointed ...

Kael McKenzie sworn in as 1st transgender judge in Canadian historyCBC.ca
Winnipeg Appoints First Transgender Judge In Canada640 Toronto News

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Arizona school shooting that left 2 teens dead a murder-suicide: police - CBC.ca

CBC.ca

Arizona school shooting that left 2 teens dead a murder-suicide: police
CBC.ca
Two 15-year-old girls died Friday in a shooting at an Arizona high school that initially caused panic among parents who could not reach their children but later was revealed to be a likely murder-suicide
Authorities announced that a suicide note was ...

Two 15-year-old girls fatally shot at Phoenix-area schoolBlackburnNews.com
2 15-year-old girls fatally shot at Arizona school680 News

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Graham Thomson: Are B.C
and Saskatchewan Alberta's best frenemies? - Edmonton Journal

Edmonton Journal

Graham Thomson: Are B.C
and Saskatchewan Alberta's best frenemies?

Edmonton Journal
Edmonton Journal political affairs columnist Graham Thomson talks about the B.C
government's criticism of the Alberta government's spending
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British Columbia Premier Christy Clark wants us to know that she considers Alberta ...

Updated: BC government announces $355M for new affordable housingAm730 Vancouver Traffic News

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Saudi foreign minister defends policy at Munich meeting - Casper Star-Tribune Online

Casper Star-Tribune Online

Saudi foreign minister defends policy at Munich meeting
Casper Star-Tribune Online
U.S
Secretary of State John Kerry, center, Russian Foreign Minister Sergey Lavrov, left, and UN Special Envoy for Syria Staffan de Mistura, right, arrive for a news conference after the International Syria Support Group (ISSG) meeting in Munich ...


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Calling Russia's bluff on Syria: Analysis - Toronto Star

Toronto Star

Calling Russia's bluff on Syria: Analysis
Toronto Star
When is a ceasefire not quite a ceasefire? When it is a ?cessation of hostilities,? intended to make the deadliest of the big guns go quiet long enough to enable crucial humanitarian relief, even as small-arms fire continues
And when is a ?cessation ...

Russia keeps bombing despite Syria truce; Assad vows to fight onToronto Sun
Diplomats aim for temporary truce in Syria in one weekHamilton Spectator
Syria Truce Deal Makes Aid a Political Tool, Critics SayNew York Times
Daily Beast -NDTV -The Bellingham Herald
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Canadian pro wrestler Bret (Hitman) Hart undergoes surgery for prostate cancer - Calgary Herald

Calgary Herald

Canadian pro wrestler Bret (Hitman) Hart undergoes surgery for prostate cancer
Calgary Herald
Bret Hart is shown in a hospital bed after surgery at Rocky View Hospital in Calgary in this recent handout photo posted to Instagram
Canadian professional wrestler Bret Hart says he's "on the long road to recovery" after undergoing surgery for ...

Hamza Tariq, 25, was drafted by the Trinbago Knight Riders of the Caribbean Premium League on Thursday.CBC.ca
Bret Hart's cancer battle inspiring men to get testedGlobalnews.ca
Bret 'The Hitman' Hart recovering after prostate cancer surgeryCTV News
MetroNews Canada
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Air Pollution Claims 5.5 Million Lives a Year, Making It the Fourth-Leading Cause of Death Worldwide - Newsweek

Newsweek

Air Pollution Claims 5.5 Million Lives a Year, Making It the Fourth-Leading Cause of Death Worldwide
Newsweek
You probably don't think of air pollution as a factor that affects how long you will live
It's actually the fourth greatest risk of death, though, right after high blood pressure, dietary risks and smoking
More people die from air pollution than die ...

UBC Study Shows Pollution Kills Millions of People a YearKelownaNow
Air pollution takes a deadly tollCBS News
More than 5 million people will die from a frightening cause: BreathingStandard-Examiner
AsiaOne -Voice of America
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Canada isn't back ? yet - The Globe and Mail

The Globe and Mail

Canada isn't back ? yet
The Globe and Mail
Conservative Party insiders were annoyed when, just days into his new job as Prime Minister, Justin Trudeau declared on various international platforms: ?Canada is back.? Members of the last government responded huffily: ?It never left.? But is that true?

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