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Harper Government invests in youth and Pathways to Education's continued success
 The Honourable Alice Wong, Minister of State (Seniors), on behalf of the Honourable Pierre Poilievre, Minister of Employment and Social Development, today announced additional federal funding to Pathways to Education Canada. The announcement was made as part of the public launch of the new Pathways Vancouver program. full story
Canada to Welcome Fifth CC-177 Globemaster Home
 8 WING/CFB TRENTON, Ont.- Canada's fifth CC-177 Globemaster will make its inaugural landing in Canada and be officially welcomed into the Royal Canadian Air Force's fleet by Defence Minister Jason Kenney and Lieutenant-General Yvan Blondin at a ceremony at 8 Wing Trenton on March 30, 2015. full story
Government and PSAC Working Together on Mental Health
 Joint task force has been created to improve mental health and safety in the federal workplace full story
 CFIA Alerts
Food Recall Warning (Listeria) - Oven Roasted Carved Chicken Breast
 Recalling Firm: Lilydale Inc.. Distribution: British Columbia, Alberta, Saskatchewan, Manitoba, Ontario full story
Updated Food Recall Warning (Salmonella) - Organic vegetarian chicken broth powder
 Recalling Firm: Simple Remedies Herbal Solutions Distribution: British Columbia full story
Correction - Food Recall Warning (Listeria) - Amy's brand frozen entrée products
 Distribution: Possibly National full story
 CBC Top Stories
Toronto hydraulic scaffold collapse kills 2
  Scaffold Collapse

Two men are dead after a hydraulic scaffold collapsed at a Toronto construction site on Friday.

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Germanwings co-pilot left torn-up doctor's note for day of crash

German prosecutors say they now have medical documents indicating the co-pilot of the Germanwings plane that crashed in the French Alps hid an ongoing illness from his employer.

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Police shoot tear gas directly at Quebec student protesters
  Quebec City protest tear gas March 26 2015

The family of a Quebec student says it will press charges against a Quebec City police officer after Naomie Trudeau-Tremblay was hit in the face with part of a tear gas canister during a protest on Thursday.

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Ontario Sunshine list adds 13,600 workers who earn $100K or more
  Wynne 20150106

​A total of 111,438 public sector workers in Ontario were paid more than $100,000 in 2014, according to details included in the so-called Sunshine List released this morning.

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Quebec vows to create its own long-gun registry after top court ruling
  Gun Laws 20140723

The Quebec government will build its own long-gun registry with or without federal co-operation, said the province's public security minister after the Supreme Court of Canada ruled to destroy Quebec's federal registry data.

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Don Murray: Just how far right will France's corruption-weary voters go?

It's election season in France, spring is blooming and so are investigations into political fraud. Sunday's local elections could see if corruption-weary French voters really want to take a chance on Marine Le Pen's far-right National Front.

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His legs are gone, but veteran says he has to prove his disability to Ottawa
  Veterans limbs Remembrance Day

Ex-soldier Paul Franklin set off a political fire storm last month when he complained about having to annually verify the loss of both of his legs in order keep receiving benefits. The federal government is promising reforms, but the Afghan vet says he’s still doesn’t believe there will be change.

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Buckingham Palace comes calling for origins of Canada's Windsors
  Britain Queen's Jubilee

Several Windsor communities in North America have received calls from royalty as part of a new book on the history of Windsor Castle, the Queen's retreat and the oldest continually inhabited castle in the world.

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 CBC Business
More parcels, less mail push Canada Post to $194M profit last year

In a year in which it overhauled its business, phased out home delivery in many areas and drastically hiked prices, Canada Post made $194 million in profit before taxes last year, the Crown corporation says.

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New stock exchange in Toronto pitches ban on high-frequency trading
  Aquitas launch

The ceremonial first trade on Canada's newest stock exchange was made on Friday, as the Aequitas Neo Exchange launched from Toronto's Design Exchange.

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3 Canadian lawsuits demand $2.4B over Takata airbags
  Crash Test

Three plaintiffs in Windsor, Ont. have sued Takata Corp. for $2.4 billion Cdn, the company said in a notice to the Tokyo Stock Exchange on Friday.

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U.S. oil council: Shale won't last, Arctic drilling needed now
  Arctic Oil Drilling

A United States Energy Department advisory council says the shale boom won't last long, and U.S. companies should start probing for oil in Alaska sooner rather than later.

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U.S. economy slowed down in 4th quarter, cooled further in 2015
  Boeing Energy

The U.S. economy turned in a tepid 2.2 per cent growth rate in the 4th quarter of 2014 and it is likely the slowdown continued into the first quarter of 2015.

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Apple CEO Tim Cook will give away his fortune before he dies
  Tim Cook Apple

Apple's CEO Tim Cook says he will donate virtually all of his $1 billion personal fortune to charitable causes in his lifetime.

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