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at 21:42 on March 26, 2015, EDT.

'Absolutely' confident: TSB investigator says he'll fly any Canadian airline

VANCOUVER - The chief aviation investigator for the federal transport watchdog is reassuring people boarding flights on major Canadian airlines not to worry about the psychological well-being of their pilots.

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at 17:25 on March 26, 2015, EDT.

Taxes and fees: Some highlights of the Alberta budget released Thursday

EDMONTON - Highlights of the 2015-16 Alberta budget:

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at 18:40 on March 26, 2015, EDT.

Canadian airlines will now have two crew members in cockpits at all times

MONTREAL - Canadian airlines and the federal government moved swiftly on Thursday to tighten security policies after it was revealed the pilot of the airliner that crashed in the French Alps this week was locked outside the cockpit.

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at 18:21 on March 26, 2015, EDT.

Supreme Court to rule on whether Quebec can preserve gun registry data

OTTAWA - The Harper government may be headed for another political collision with the Supreme Court of Canada, which is set to rule Friday on the fate of Quebec's gun registry data.

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at 18:13 on March 26, 2015, EDT.

Opposition seek to take Iraqi mission beyond bombs as debate begins

OTTAWA - The question of what role the military should play in halting the spread of radical extremism across the Middle East was at the heart of Thursday's debate about expanding Canada's mission in the region.

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at 18:13 on March 26, 2015, EDT.

MPs told ISIL mission will need more than one year, sources say

OTTAWA - The training of Kurdish peshmerga fighters has been a slow undertaking that could mean Canada's mission in Iraq and Syria will take more than a year, The Canadian Press has learned.

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