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February 28, 2019  

Passengers drowned after door design slowed exit in plane crash: TSB

GATINEAU, Que. – The Transportation Safety Board is issuing

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February 28, 2019  

Labour code issues flagged after fatal Canadian Pacific accident in Calgary

CALGARY – Documents show a federal investigator flagged labour

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February 28, 2019  

Canadian Forces reports mixed results in four-year war on sexual misconduct

OTTAWA – The Canadian military is reporting several victories

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February 27, 2019  

Questions raised after fire destroys firm’s second fish plant this month

CAP-PELE, N.B. – For the second time in just

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February 27, 2019  

Fire deaths could prompt new safety measures, upgraded building code: experts

HALIFAX – Experts say the deaths of the seven

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February 26, 2019  

Officials say person with measles flew from Vancouver to Edmonton to NWT

VANCOUVER – Two new cases of measles were reported

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February 26, 2019  

Soldier found dead on New Brunswick base was veteran of Afghanistan, Bosnia

OROMOCTO, N.B. – The Canadian Armed Forces has released

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February 25, 2019  

Tony Clement returns to Parliament from ‘dark valley’ following sexting scandal

MP Tony Clement is breaking his social media silence

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February 25, 2019  

Stabbed B.C. cop who tackled knife wielding man called hero by police chief

DELTA, B.C. – An off-duty British Columbia police officer

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February 22, 2019  

CN still tallying amount of oil spilled in Manitoba train derailment

ST. LAZARE, Man. – CN is still tallying up

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February 22, 2019  

Federal government set to develop code of conduct for sport in Canada

OTTAWA – The federal government is developing a comprehensive

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February 22, 2019  

WestJet loses appeal of court decision that refused to throw out harassment suit

VANCOUVER – WestJet has lost an appeal of a

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February 21, 2019  

Manitoba ‘pausing’ relationship with former B.C. premier after allegations

WINNIPEG – The Manitoba government says it is “pausing”

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February 21, 2019  

Speaker apologizes for apparent racial profiling incident on Parliament Hill

OTTAWA – House of Commons Speaker Geoff Regan has

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February 21, 2019  

Hefty damages, costs award upheld for fired, threatened employee

TORONTO – A company that fired a senior employee

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February 20, 2019  

TSB says improved tankers involved in Manitoba derailment that spilled crude

ST. LAZARE, Man. – Federal investigators say CN railcars

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February 20, 2019  

Injured cement-plant worker dies en route to hospital

CALGARY – A worker is dead after an accident

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February 19, 2019  

Former B.C. premier Gordon Campbell accused of sexual assault: British newspaper

LONDON – A British newspaper says police in London

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February 19, 2019  

Officials still working out how much oil leaked from derailment in Manitoba

ST-LAZARE, Man. – Canadian National Railway says it doesn’t

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February 19, 2019  

Sulphur leaks, traffic disrupted, when semi rolls on northern Alberta highway

GRASSLAND, Alta. – A busy northern Alberta highway was