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US launches airstrikes against ISIS targets in Syria - CBC.ca

CBC.ca

US launches airstrikes against ISIS targets in Syria
CBC.ca
The United States and partner nations are carrying out the first air strikes against Islamic State targets in Syria, the Pentagon said on Monday, in ongoing operations that mark the opening of a new, far more complicated front in a battle against the militants.
Syria: US begins air strikes on Islamic State targetsBBC News
Airstrikes by US and Allies Hit ISIS Targets in SyriaNew York Times
US military launches air strikes against Isil in SyriaTelegraph.co.uk
National Post -Christian Science Monitor
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New Brunswick election results: Liberal lead grows as vote counting resumes ..
- National Post

National Post

New Brunswick election results: Liberal lead grows as vote counting resumes ...
National Post
FREDERICTON ? FREDERICTON ? Questions surrounded New Brunswick's election overnight as technical problems caused vote counting to be suspended for almost two hours with the Liberals jumping out to a lead once the tally resumed
Before the ...

New Brunswick election tally suffers glitches as Tories demand hand countCBC.ca
Ballot counting halted in New Brunswick election over technical glitchToronto Sun
Liberals jump into bigger lead as New Brunswick election results resumeCTV News
Macleans.ca -580 CFRA Radio -The Globe and Mail
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'That's any kid walking home from the bus stop': Confusion, outrage follows ..
- The Province

Vancouver Sun

'That's any kid walking home from the bus stop': Confusion, outrage follows ...
The Province
A community still in shock over the slaying of Surrey teen Serena Vermeersch responded with confusion and outrage Monday, after a high-risk sex offender was charged in connection with the 17-year-old girl's death
The man charged, Raymond Lee Caissie, ...

Video: Update - High-risk sexual offender charged in murder of Surrey teen ...Vancouver Sun
High risk offenders?Castanet.net
Raymond Lee Cassie charged with second-degree murder in death of Surrey ...Straight.com
KelownaNow -The Daily Courier (subscription)
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Tory in full control, according to new poll - CP24 Toronto's Breaking News

CP24 Toronto's Breaking News

Tory in full control, according to new poll
CP24 Toronto's Breaking News
A CTV/CP24 poll released Monday shows John Tory widening his lead in the Toronto mayoral race
He now holds a huge lead with 49.2 per cent support among decided voters
That is almost twice the support Doug Ford holds at 27.4 per cent and Olivia ...

Forum poll: John Tory in 7-point lead over Doug FordToronto Star
Which Doug Ford will show for debate?Toronto Sun
New Forum poll gives John Tory 7-point leadNewstalk 1010
National Post -insideTORONTO.com -MetroNews Canada
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Seven people rushed to hospital after SUV rolls on QEII Highway - Calgary Herald

Edmonton Journal

Seven people rushed to hospital after SUV rolls on QEII Highway
Calgary Herald
Two people were airlifted after a packed SUV rolled on the QEII Highway on Monday afternoon near Ponoka
The patients were in critical condition when they were flown to hospitals in Edmonton
Five people were also taken to hospital by ground ambulance, ...

STARS flies out to serious crash on Highway 2 north of PonokaEdmonton Sun
STARS called to serious collision on the QE2CTV News
Major accident blocks Edmonton-Calgary highwayEdmonton Journal
Globalnews.ca
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Park arrives in New York for U.N
meetings - The Korea Herald

Park arrives in New York for U.N
meetings

The Korea Herald
President Park Geun-hye arrived in New York early Tuesday morning (Korean time) to attend the United Nations General Assembly and climate summit to discuss ways to combat climate change
Park is scheduled to deliver an opening speech at the U.N. ...


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Inuit throat singer Tanya Tagac wins Polaris award for best Canadian album - Toronto Sun

Toronto Sun

Inuit throat singer Tanya Tagac wins Polaris award for best Canadian album
Toronto Sun
Tanya Tagaq Inuk throat singer Tanya Tagaq from Cambridge Bay, Nunavut
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Animism, an album by Inuit throat singer Tanya Tagaq, was named the winner of the 2014 ...

Nunavut-raised throat singer Tanya Tagaq wins $30000 Polaris Music PrizeWinnipeg Free Press
Tanya Tagaq wins the Polaris Prize 2014NOW Magazine
Tanya Tagaq Wins 2014 Polaris Music PrizeExclaim!
Huffington Post Canada
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Toronto Stock Exchange (15129.00, down 136.35 points): - Castanet.net

Castanet.net

Toronto Stock Exchange (15129.00, down 136.35 points):
Castanet.net
RB Energy Inc
(TSX:RBI)
Miner
Down 3.5 cents, or 17.07 per cent, to 17 cents on 6.1 million shares
Niko Resources Ltd
(TSX:NKO)
Oil and gas
Down 37 cents, or 32.17 per cent, to 78 cents on 5.6 million shares
Semafo Inc
(TSX:SMF)
Miner
Down 3.5 ...

Toronto stock market suffers three-digit loss amid backdrop of China worriesMedicine Hat News

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Brad Cooper pleads guilty to second-degree murder of wife - CBC.ca

Edmonton Journal

Brad Cooper pleads guilty to second-degree murder of wife
CBC.ca
Albertan Brad Cooper pleaded guilty to second-degree murder in the death of his wife, Edmonton-born Nancy Cooper, in a North Carolina courtroom Monday morning
In July 2008, Nancy Cooper's body was found dumped in a drainage ditch at a ...

Alberta family finds 'closure' in Brad Cooper murder pleaVancouver Sun
Canadian pleads guilty to 2nd-degree murder in wife's death in North CarolinaThe Globe and Mail
Brad Cooper pleads guilty to second-degree murder; gets at least 12 years in ...The State
Daily Mail -Medicine Hat News
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Vancouver phoney cops tourist scam results in 3 arrests - CBC.ca

Vancouver Sun

Vancouver phoney cops tourist scam results in 3 arrests
CBC.ca
The Vancouver Police Department says it is recommending charges of theft and impersonating a police officer against three men who allegedly conned tourists in downtown Vancouver
On Friday, police issued a warning after six thefts were reported, in which ...

Three men accused of pretending to be police, robbing people in VancouverNews1130
Vancouver police arrest 'fake cops' allegedly scamming touristsMetroNews Canada

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