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Visits to Poland, the Netherlands and Belgium
 Governor General to Undertake Visits to Poland, the Netherlands and Belgium.... full story
Public Service Commission tables annual report - increased hiring in a smaller public service
 The Public Service Commission's (PSC) 2013-2014 Annual Report was tabled today in Parliament. The Annual Report comprises two volumes: The first provides an overview of its activities and the second contains seven audit reports. full story
Tribunal Issues Report on the Impact of Canadian Anti-Dumping and Countervailing Measures
 The Canadian International Trade Tribunal issued a report highlighting the impact of Canadian anti-dumping and countervailing measures on domestic shipments, investments, employment and imports from 1989 to 2013. full story
 CFIA Alerts
Food Recall Warning - Allergen (egg, wheat, milk, other, soy, sulphites) - Longo's brand coffee cakes
 Recalling Firm: Longo Brothers Fruit Market Inc. Distribution: Ontario full story
Food Recall Warning - Allergen (soy) - Zéro Diète brand Red Curry Coconut Pork
 Recalling Firm: Industrie Gastronomique Cascajares Inc. Distribution: Quebec full story
Food Recall Warning - Allergen (milk) - Sweet Art Bakery brand products
 Recalling Firm: Sweet Art Bakery Distribution: Alberta, British Columbia full story
 CBC Top Stories
Canadian officials grapple with passport seizure dilemma
  Martin Couture-Rouleau

Martin (Ahmad) Couture-Rouleau's passport was seized by authorities before he drove into two Canadian Forces members, highlighting a dilemma facing security officials dealing with the threat of homegrown extremism. CBCnews.ca is carrying the RCMP's press conference live after 5 p.m. ET.

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Patrice Vincent ID'd as soldier killed in hit-and-run attack
  Patrice Vincent victim St-Jean-sur-Richlieu hit and run

Patrice Vincent, a 53-year-old warrant officer with the Canadian Armed Forces, has been identified by Quebec provincial police as the soldier who died after being struck in a hit-and-run attack in St-Jean-sur-Richelieu, Que.

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'Tragic beyond belief,' say police of dead babies in storage locker
  U-Haul scene

The discovery of several dead babies in a Winnipeg storage locker is "tragic beyond belief," say police.

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The blizzard of fear driving America's Ebola response: Neil Macdonald
  Toronto Ebola 20141017

Two-thirds of Americans fear an Ebola epidemic in the U.S. and want to see the doors shut on visitors from West Africa, a daunting task in an age of international connections. Midterm election hype is only adding to the hysteria, Neil Macdonald writes.

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McDonald's sales slide, Coke flat as consumer tastes shift
  McDonald's logo

Some of the biggest companies serving consumers are showing signs of stress this week, with McDonald’s showing a 3.3 per cent drop in customer traffic worldwide and sales by Coca-Cola flat.

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Canadian fighter jets intercept Russian military planes
  Baltics NATO Russia

NATO scrambles Canadian fighter jets twice in two days to intercept Russian military aircraft over the Baltic Sea.

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Jacob to close all 92 stores
  Jacob Bankruptcy 20140506

Fashion retailer Boutique Jacob Inc. is abandoning its restructuring efforts and closing all its 92 stores in Canada.

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WestJet plane makes emergency landing in Thunder Bay
  emergency landing

A WestJet aircraft headed for Toronto from Edmonton made an emergency landing late Tuesday morning in Thunder Bay.

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 CBC Business
B.C. LNG tax rates lower than first promised
  Natural gas worker

The tax framework for B.C. LNG will begin with rates lower than those tabled in February's budget.

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Stocks power higher for a 4th day in Toronto, New York
  Financial Markets Wall Street

The Toronto and New York markets powered higher for a fourth straight session Tuesday, on some strong earnings reports and news that the European Central Bank was buying bonds.

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CMHC head says banks should share risk on home mortgages
  Evan Siddall

Canada’s banks should share more of the risk on home mortgages and the Canada Housing and Mortgage Corp. is looking into new formulas to make that happen, according to the head of the federal housing agency.

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Apple's iCloud storage service attacked by hackers in China

Apple Inc's iCloud storage service in China was attacked by hackers trying to steal user credentials, a Chinese web monitoring group said.

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Fashion retailer Jacob to abandon restructuring, close stores
  Jacob Bankruptcy 20140506

Fashion retailer Boutique Jacob Inc. is abandoning its restructuring efforts and closing all its 92 stores in Canada.

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Ebola outbreak: New restrictions coming for West Africa travellers to U.S.
  Ebola Fears Travel

Travellers flying into the United States from Liberia, Sierra Leone or Guinea will now have to go through one of five major airports, the U.S. Department of Homeland Security announces.

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