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 Canada Government News
Canada Denounces Religiously Motivated Attacks in Pakistan
 Andrew Bennett, Canada's Ambassador for Religious Freedom, today issued the following statement: "It is with sorrow that I have learned of the death of Hira, seven years old, Kainaat, eight months old, and their grandmother, Bushra Bibi, all Ahmadiyya Muslims, who fell victim to an attack by a local mob in the area of Kachi-Pump in Gujranwala, Pakistan. They and other members of the local Ahmadi community were attacked simply because of their Ahmadiyya Muslim faith. full story
Government of Canada support skills training and job opportunities for youth in Winnipeg
 The Honourable Candice Bergen, Minister of State (Social Development), will announce an investment by the Government of Canada to support skills training and job opportunities for youth in Winnipeg. full story
Government of Canada to announce members of the National Steering Committee on Financial Literacy
 Minister of State (Finance) Kevin Sorenson and Canada's first Financial Literacy Leader Jane Rooney will announce the members of the newly formed National Steering Committee on Financial Literacy at an event to be held at 9:30 a.m. on Wednesday, July 30, 2014 at the Grosvenor Room, Central YMCA, 20 Grosvenor Street, Toronto, Ontario. full story
 CFIA Alerts
Food Recall Warning - Allergen (tree nut) - Farm Boy brand Chocolate Croissant
 Recalling firm - Farm Boy 2012 Inc. Distribution - Ontario full story
Food Recall Warning - Allergen (egg) - Knorr brand Fix Spaghetti
 Recalling firm - Polfood Trading Co. Distribution - Ontario full story
Food Recall Warning - Allergen (crustacean/shellfish, fish, other, soy, sulphites) - Korean products by T Brothers
 Recalling firm - T-Brothers Food And Trading Ltd. Distribution - Alberta, British Columbia, Manitoba, Ontario, Saskatchewan full story
 CBC Top Stories
Ontario man who joined jihad in Syria ignored family pleas to stay home
  Ahmad Waseem

A man from Windsor, Ont., who returned to Canada last year to recuperate from an injury he received while fighting with extremist groups in Syria rejected family, community and police urgings to stay home.

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With ceasefire broken, Gaza bombardment continues overnight
  APTOPIX Mideast Israel Palestinians

Flares lit up the night sky over Gaza as Israel continued its aerial bombardment overnight, following a warning earlier Monday from Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu​ that the conflict could become a “prolonged” military operation.

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Judge rules against Clippers owner Sterling, OK's sale of team
  donald-sterling

A judge has ruled against Los Angeles Clippers owner Donald Sterling and cleared the way for the $2-billion US sale of the team to ex-Microsoft CEO Steve Ballmer.

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Canada and Germany deny report that EU trade deal in trouble
  Canada-EU trade deal reached in principle

Canadian officials are quietly preparing a ceremony to formally mark the successful conclusion of EU trade deal negotiations, despite Germany's ongoing concerns about some parts of the agreement.

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Alberta First Nation signs 'huge' oil deal with Chinese company
  Stoney Nakoda China deal

Alberta's Stoney Nakoda First Nation says it has signed a "huge" deal with a Chinese petrochemical company to develop oil and gas on its land.

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Stolen pendant with child's ashes returned to family
  Cross pendant

A stolen pendant containing the ashes of Dawson Pentecost, a young boy killed in a plane crash, has been returned to the family, say Edmonton police.

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Home where Calgary's worst mass killing happened up for sale
  Brentwood home

A house near the University of Calgary where police allege five people were stabbed to death in April is now up for sale.

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EF1 tornado hit southern Ontario, Environment Canada confirms
  Photo taken in Millbank, Ont., on July 27, 2014

Environment Canada has confirmed that an EF1 tornado touched down in Grand Bend, Ont., on Sunday between 7 and 8 p.m., after area residents reported downed trees and hydro poles.

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 CBC Business
Why Ottawa changed the description of the new $10 bill
  Banknote Mountain $10 BILL 20140728

Mount Edith Cavell and several other peaks have been removed from the Bank of Canada's description of the new $10 banknotes and replaced with some other peaks.

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NRStor to store Ontario electricity using new technology
  Annette Verschuren

A company that is commercializing new technology for storing energy has won a contract to deliver a two Megawatts flywheel energy storage facility for Ontario’s independent electricity system operator.

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EU trade deal troubles denied by Canadian, German officials
  Canada-EU trade deal reached in principle

Canadian officials are quietly preparing a ceremony to formally mark the successful conclusion of EU trade deal negotiations, despite Germany's ongoing concerns about some parts of the agreement.

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Alberta First Nation signs 'huge' oil deal with Chinese company
  Stoney Nakoda China deal

Alberta's Stoney Nakoda First Nation says it has signed a "huge" deal with a Chinese petrochemical company to develop oil and gas on its land.

 full story
Nanoleaf Bloom light bulb dims without dimmer switch
  Nanoleaf Bloom

An ultra-efficient light bulb that you can dim with a regular light switch has been invented by a trio of engineers from Toronto.

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U.K. opens doors to go 'all out for shale' in allowing fracking
  Britain Fracking

Britain has begun to accept bids for licences to explore for shale gas in more than half the country, three years after putting a stop to hydraulic fracturing because of the fracking technique's links to earth tremors.

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