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

Canada, you're No. 1 in America's heart, U.S. online survey suggests

WASHINGTON - Canada, you're apparently America's sweetheart — or so says a new survey.

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at 17:18 on September 16, 2014, EDT.

Wind Mobile will need more money to progress to next level, analyst says

TORONTO - Buying out Wind Mobile's European-based majority owner is only the first step and more financing will be needed if the small wireless carrier is to progress to the next level by improving its network and attracting significantly more customers, telecom industry analyst Mark Goldberg said Tuesday.

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at 17:08 on September 16, 2014, EDT.

B.C. man who killed four women gets life without parole for 25 years

PRINCE GEORGE, B.C. - The northern B.C. man who killed four women has been given a life sentence without the chance of parole for 25 years.

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at 16:04 on September 16, 2014, EDT.

Give from both sides as details trickle out in B.C. teachers' tentative deal

RICHMOND, B.C. - A marathon bargaining session boosted by a master mediator has resulted in a tentative contract that could end British Columbia's bitter teachers' strike and allow half a million students to start their school year.

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at 16:36 on September 16, 2014, EDT.

Canada adds more Russian officials to those facing economic sanctions

OTTAWA - The federal government is targeting more Russian officials with sanctions and travel bans as part of its pressure campaign against president Vladimir Putin's activities in Ukraine.

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at 16:14 on September 16, 2014, EDT.

DND struggles to fill mental health positions nine months after suicide crisis

OTTAWA - Almost nine months after promising to make the hiring of mental health staff a priority for the Canadian Forces, 40 positions — nearly 10 per cent of the military's mental health workforce — remain vacant across the country, according to new figures released by National Defence.

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