Monday November 24, 2014




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Crew member expected to testify at murder trial of fisherman in Cape Breton

PORT HAWKESBURY, N.S. - The trial of a Nova Scotia man charged in the death of a lobster fisherman whose body has never been found is expected to resume today....

posted: November 24,2014





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Bail hearing in Nova Scotia wrongful conviction case could lead to release

HALIFAX - A man whose murder conviction may have been the result of a wrongful conviction is expected in court today for a bail hearing that could lead to his release from prison....


Second trial scheduled to start Monday in prominent child pornography case

HALIFAX - A second young man accused in a prominent child pornography case in Halifax is scheduled to stand trial today....


Forget city living: Canadian seniors moving to suburbs, study says

MONTREAL - Twice a week, Alphons Evers sets aside a few hours to work the phone, matching up his roster of volunteer drivers with clients who need a lift....


Today on the Hill: Committees look at the threats to Canadian security

OTTAWA - The issue of dealing with those who would harm Canadians will be the focus of two committee meetings taking place today on Parliament Hill....


Hamilton Tiger-Cats and Calgary Stampeders set to meet at Grey Cup in Vancouver

The Hamilton Tiger-Cats are heading back to the Grey Cup for a second straight year....


NDP accused of trying to stifle conflicts as two more staffers come forward

OTTAWA - Two more former NDP staffers who say they were unfairly dismissed have accused the party of trying to convince them not to file a complaint against the elected members who employed them....






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