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at 04:10 on September 23, 2014, EDT.

Liberals win majority in New Brunswick election amid vote-counting problems

FREDERICTON - Amid a bizarre vote-counting snafu, rookie politician Brian Gallant led his Liberal party to a majority election victory in New Brunswick, as voters rejected the Progressive Conservatives' bid to jump-start a moribund economy by expanding its shale gas industry.

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at 04:00 on September 23, 2014, EDT.

Today on the Hill: Duffy could have trial date set

OTTAWA - Canadians will get a better idea today of when disgraced Sen. Mike Duffy will go on trial on criminal charges.

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at 04:00 on September 23, 2014, EDT.

Mulcair returns to NDP roots with attack on 'freeloader' corporations

OTTAWA - Tom Mulcair is harkening back to the NDP's social democratic roots, casting his party as the champion of working class Canadians and the bane of what he calls corporate "freeloaders."

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at 04:00 on September 23, 2014, EDT.

Man convicted for his role in Mayerthorpe shootings seeking day parole

BOWDEN, Alta. - A man convicted for his role in the shooting deaths of four Alberta Mounties in Mayerthorpe nine years ago will be seeking day parole at a hearing in central Alberta.

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at 23:49 on September 22, 2014, EDT.

Canadian Press NewsAlert:Green Leader David Coon wins seat in New Brunswick

FREDERICTON - New Brunswick's Green party leader, David Coon, wins the seat of Fredericton South in the provincial legislature.

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at 23:22 on September 22, 2014, EDT.

Trial of B.C. Mountie hears detachment was like a hockey locker-room

KAMLOOPS, B.C. - The RCMP detachment in B.C. where police and jail guards allegedly watched two female prisoners engage in sexual acts felt like a hockey locker room after a win, a former jail guard has told court.

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at 21:54 on September 22, 2014, EDT.

Judge rules no mistrial in Saskatoon murder case featuring Mr. Big RCMP sting

SASKATOON - A judge has ruled he will not declare a mistrial in a high-profile Saskatoon murder case.

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at 21:54 on September 22, 2014, EDT.

Man accused of killing teenage girl in Surrey, B.C., has long, violent history

SURREY, B.C. - A man accused of the second-degree murder of a 17-year-old girl in Surrey, B.C., has a long history of violence, including a 1991 sex offence for which he served 22 years in prison.

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at 21:54 on September 22, 2014, EDT.

Netflix says it will not turn over 'sensitive' data to CRTC

Netflix says it will not turn over confidential subscriber information to Canada's broadcast regulator in order to safeguard private corporate information.

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at 21:49 on September 22, 2014, EDT.

Drone gives orca researchers view of whales off B.C. coast

VANCOUVER - There's new buzz among orca researchers off Canada's West Coast thanks to a bird's eye view from a small six-rotor drone.

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at 17:31 on September 22, 2014, EDT.

Study gives tentative nod to electronic tools for tracking immigrants

OTTAWA - Electronic monitoring could be a useful alternative to locking up some immigrants and refugee claimants, says an internal study by Canada's border agency.

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at 16:17 on September 22, 2014, EDT.

Alberta premier says foreign workers top of his list in 1st meeting with Harper

CALGARY - Alberta Premier Jim Prentice says labour policy, including temporary foreign workers, will top his agenda when he gets a chance to meet with Prime Minister Stephen Harper.

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