Monday September 22, 2014




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Policing costs, staffing levels continue to rise despite falling crime: study

VANCOUVER - A study out of the Fraser Institute says policing costs and the number of officers continue to rise despite a decline in crime rates....

posted: September 22,2014





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New Brunswick voters go to polls Monday, jobs big issue in 32-day campaign

FREDERICTON - The polls opened in New Brunswick on Monday after a 32-day election campaign that asked voters to decide between a Liberal plan to turn the economy around through government stimulus or a Progressive Conservative promise to...


Senate resolution urges Obama administration to oppose Canadian nuclear waste near Lake Huron

TRAVERSE CITY, Mich. - U.S. Sen. Carl Levin has introduced a resolution urging the Obama administration to oppose a Canadian proposal to bury radioactive waste less than a mile from Lake Huron....


Federal government's plan to revoke passports raises human rights concerns

MONTREAL - A human rights lawyer is raising concern about the federal government's plan to strip Canadian passports of those suspected of travelling abroad to join extremist groups....


B.C. teachers strike fosters engagement from students and parents

VANCOUVER - Many parents and students in B.C. are relieved school is finally starting on Monday after three weeks of delay, and some say there is even a silver lining to the provincewide teachers strike....


After 32-day campaign on jobs, New Brunswick voters to polls Monday

FREDERICTON - After a 32-day election campaign fought largely on jobs, voters in New Brunswick decide Monday between a Liberal plan to turn the economy around through government stimulus or a Progressive Conservative promise to allow...


Soldiers diaries showcase dreary, perilous life First World War trenches

The three Rs they studied in school were nothing like those confronting young soldiers dug deep into the trenches of the First World War: rats, rain and rations....






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