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Case of man at centre of chemical possession case due in Nova Scotia court

HALIFAX - The case of a man accused of possessing chemicals and uttering threats is due in court today.

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at 04:30 on January 29, 2015, EST.

UNICEF launches record $3.1 billion appeal aimed at 62 million kids at risk

OTTAWA - The United Nations Children's Fund is launching a $3.1-billion appeal for funds, saying a record number of children face threats from armed conflicts around the world.

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at 04:30 on January 29, 2015, EST.

New Senate Speaker Nolin seeks to put non-partisan stamp on the position

OTTAWA - The new Speaker of the Senate is signalling his intent to put a firmly non-partisan, collaborative stamp on the position, a move welcomed by the chamber as an auditor general's report into their expenses looms.

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at 05:00 on January 29, 2015, EST.

Gordie Howe's stem cell therapy raises concerns among regenerative medicine experts

TORONTO - Gordie Howe's son says the hockey legend's stroke symptoms have improved since his treatment with stem cells at a Mexican clinic in early December and he wants him to repeat the procedure.

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at 04:30 on January 29, 2015, EST.

New Senate Speaker Nolin seeks to put non-partisan stamp on the position

OTTAWA - The new Speaker of the Senate is signalling his intent to put a firmly non-partisan, collaborative stamp on the position, a move welcomed by the chamber as an auditor general's report into their expenses looms.

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at 04:30 on January 29, 2015, EST.

UNICEF launches record $3.1 billion appeal aimed at 62 million kids at risk

OTTAWA - The United Nations Children's Fund is launching a $3.1-billion appeal for funds, saying a record number of children face threats from armed conflicts around the world.

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