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January 15, 2013

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Jose Bautista, Drew Hutchison lift Blue Jays over Yankees

By John Chidley-Hill TORONTO — Drew Hutchison focuses on one thing when pitching: command. Hutchison struck out nine over seven innings and gave up a double to hold New York scoreless as the Toronto Blue Jays beat the Yan...
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Saudi king warns of terrorism threat to US, Europe; leftist site notices something suspicious about Saudi Arabia

 
 

‘People are still against us’: Gay couple who claim they were thrown out of a taxi for kissing are suing the cab company


 
 

ALOUETTES 20 REDBLACKS 10

MONTREAL - S.J. Green caught a touchdown pass and Jonathan Crompton was a winner in his first career start at quarterback as the Montreal Alouettes downed the Ottawa Redblacks 20-10 to end a six-game losing streak on Friday nig...
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Defensive end Sam among Rams’ final cuts

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Man hit by pickup truck outside Langley’s Gabby’s Country Cabaret

A Langley man is recovering in hospital after being hit by a pickup truck outside a bar. On Friday around 11:40 p.m., Langley RCMP received a call about a man down outside Gabby’s Country Cabaret in the 20200-block Fraser...
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The Common Sense Canadian: Farmed salmon escapes far more common than industry admits: study

Farmed Atlantic salmon (Photo: World Wildlife Federation)

A new study published in ICES Journal of Marine Science estimates that that up to 1.5 million farmed Atlantic salmon escape from Norwegian netpens into the wil...

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Pilot crash-lands plane in Labrador, survives

RIGOLET, N.L. – A man walked away uninjured after crash-landing his plane in Labrador. A Cessna aircraft piloted by a 34-year-old man from Shelton, Wash., crashed in the shallow waters of Groswater Bay on Saturday morning...
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New heart failure drug could reduce death by 20 per cent, trial shows

A new drug for heart failure could reduce the number of deaths from the disease by 20 per cent, and is the first treatment in two decades to show a higher survival rate for patients, says one of B.C.’s top cardiologists.
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Australian man who worked to free kidnapped Nigerian schoolgirls tells how they snatched by another gang straight afterwards

Islam at work: The 270 girls are being held by Islamic group Boko Haram after they were abducted from Chibok, in north eastern NigeriaAn Australian man who came close to rescuing the 270 kidnapped Nigerian school girls from the...
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Canada’s Milos Raonic is through to fourth round of U.S. Open with win

NEW YORK, N.Y. - Canada's Milos Raonic has claimed his spot in the fourth round of the U.S. Open.
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Unbelievable: Locust cloud darkens skies over Madagascar capital

A swarm of locusts flies over the center of Antananarivo, Madagascar, on August 28, 2014.Click on post title to see another photo...Source.
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Neil Young recording in the studio with orchestra

Neil Young fans may have some new music to look forward to in the near future. The legendary Canuck singer-songwriter has quietly been working in the studio this week with an orchestra, recording songs for a new album.Accordin...
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Transgender ‘doctor’ Tracy Lynn Garner guilty of murder

 
 

Bautista, Hutchison lift Blue Jays over Yankees

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Patient in isolation in Quebec hospital tests negative for Ebola

GATINEAU, Que. — A girl who was put in isolation at a hospital in Gatineau, Que., as a precautionary measure has tested negative for Ebola. Karelle Kennedy, a spokeswoman for Outaouais region public health, says the girl,...
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Hospital patient in Gatineau tests negative for Ebola

GATINEAU, Que. – A girl who was put in isolation at a hospital in Gatineau, Que., as a precautionary measure has tested negative for Ebola. Karelle Kennedy, a spokeswoman for Outaouais region public health, says the girl,...
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Pakistan: Violent clashes in Islamabad, dozens injured


 
 

EU inches toward new sanctions against Russia after actions in Ukraine

European Union countries are still debating sanctions in response to incursion of Russian troops into Ukraine, fearing the fallout on their own economies

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Canada looks to join NATO force of 10,000 troops meant to keep Russia in check

Canada is interested in joining a NATO joint expeditionary force of at least 10,000 troops that is being created to bolster the alliance’s eastern flank in an effort to check Russia’s creeping military takeover of e...
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Vancouver slam poet Zaccheus Jackson dead at 36 after being hit by freight train in Toronto

Zaccheus Jackson, a nationally known and locally loved spoken-word poet from Vancouver, has died. He was 36. Jackson was in Toronto, where he was scheduled to perform at the International Poetry Slam.
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RAMS 40 GOLDEN BEARS 28

REGINA, Sask. - The University of Regina Rams overcame an early deficit with a big second half, pulling away in the final minutes of the game for a 40-28 preseason victory over the Alberta Golden Bears on Friday night at Mosaic...
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The Disaffected Lib: NATO’s New Legion – Is Canada In?

NATO is organizing a 10,000 strong “expeditionary force” with an eye clearly on the Ukraine.

The aim is to create a fully functioning, division-sized force for rapid deployment and regular, frequent exerci...

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Review roundup: Intel’s 8-core Haswell-E is the fastest desktop CPU ever

Since it was teased in March, enthusiasts have been itching to see how Intel's 8-core Haswell Extreme Edition processor (the i7-5960X) performs. It has now launched (along with two other Haswell-E models) and the reviews are i...
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Killer Jermaine Rutherford claims he’s gay to halt deportation to Jamaica

 
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Canada’s Milos Raonic makes it to fourth round of U.S. Open with latest win

NEW YORK — Canada’s Milos Raonic has claimed his spot in the fourth round of the U.S. Open. The fifth seed from Thornhill, Ont., held off unheralded Victor Estrella Burgos of the Dominican Republic for a 7-6 (5), 7-...
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Two abandoned houses set on fire on Surrey development property early Saturday

Police are investigating two suspicious fires set at abandoned houses in Surrey. Shortly before 6 a.m. Saturday firefighters were called to what initially appeared to be a fire in a townhouse complex in the 12100-block 66th Ave...
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Djokovic cruises into fourth round at US Open

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O.J. Simpson plans to convert to Islam

 
 

ISIS and other mid-east terror groups will soon attack Europe and the States, Saudi king says

'I am certain that after a month they will reach Europe and, after another month, America,' he said at a reception for foreign ambassadors Friday
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Kuchar stays in the hunt at Deutsche Bank

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Three Reasons Teachers Must Keep Picketing to Keep Pressure on BC Gov’t (in Opinion)

Strike strategy veteran Tieleman's advice: Only a fair deal for BCTF should bring down picket lines.  Related StoriesFassbender's Three Steps to a Settlement, Translated (in Opinion)Breaking a Media Blackout, Educatio...
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Athletic Bilbao routs Levante in Spanish League

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13 Disney Channel Stars You Didn’t Know Were On Crime Shows

They portrayed murderers, rapists, prostitutes, and victims. It sheds that “good kid” image, lemme tell ya. *Episode spoilers ahead*

Hilary Duff, Lizzie McGuire

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Operating room black box could provide valuable feedback for surgeons

Anne-Marie Vettorel TORONTO — A Toronto surgeon who is working to adapt black box aviation technology to track surgeries and improve patient outcomes says preliminary results are promising. In Dr. Teodor Grantcharov&rsquo...
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