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Health Canada approves abortion pill

A quarter century after women in France were first given access to it, the abortion drug known as RU-486 is finally going to be available in Canada. Read more...

Roger Federer pulls out of next month's Rogers Cup

MONTREAL - The Rogers Cup says Roger Federer has pulled out of next month's hard-court tournament. Read more...

Transport Canada ok's rules to secure trains in response to Lac-Megantic

Transport Canada has approved rules intended to reduce the risk of runaway trains in response to recommendations by the Transportation Safety Board following the deadly derailment in Lac-Megantic. Read more...

UPDATE: London-bound plane forced to touch down in Montreal

A London-bound plane from the United States was forced to land in Montreal on Wednesday because of a bomb threat, police said. Read more...

Duceppe, PKP take pre-campaign bike ride through Quebec

As rumours of a weekend federal electoral campaign launch continue to swirl, Bloc Quebecois Leader Gilles Duceppe has already hit the road — on a bicycle. Read more...

New Zealand confirms 2 bodies found in avalanche debris are missing Montrealers

New Zealand police have confirmed that two bodies found in avalanche debris near a popular hiking track are those of two missing Canadian students. Read more...

High-ranking military officer facing 'significant' sexual assualt-related charges

OTTAWA — A high-ranking Canadian Forces officer faces serious, sex-related charges involving allegations that stem from the mentoring of military cadets. Read more...

DND "should have done more" for cadets: ombudsman

The Canadian Forces ombudsman says cadets severely injured by a grenade blast in Quebec in 1974 did not receive proper long-term medical care by the military. Read more...

CP pursues appeal for Lac-Megantic victim settlement

MONTREAL -- Canadian Pacific Railway is officially asking for permission to appeal the approval of the $430-million settlement fund for victims and creditors of the Lac-Megantic train derailment. Read more...

Police looking for man who yelled vulgarities at female TV reporter

Toronto police are working to identify a man heard hurling vulgarities at a CBC reporter moments after the end of the closing ceremonies of the Pan Am Games. Read more...
 

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