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at 23:09 on October 25, 2014, EDT.

'United as one': Hockey returns to Ottawa with stirring pre-game anthem ceremony

OTTAWA - Players on opposing teams stood shoulder-to-shoulder in a circle at centre ice as hockey made a stirring return to Ottawa on Saturday night.

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at 21:46 on October 25, 2014, EDT.

Memorial held in Montreal for soldiers Patrice Vincent and Nathan Cirillo

MONTREAL - Tributes to two Canadian soldiers who died in two separate attacks continued to flow Saturday, expressed in an outpouring of patriotism and terms like heart break and shock.

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at 18:48 on October 25, 2014, EDT.

Five injured, 1 critically, in explosion at Sarnia, Ont. industrial plant: Mayor

SARNIA, Ont. - An explosion that tore through an industrial facility in this southwestern Ontario city sent five people to hospital, with one airlifted to a health centre in critical condition, officials said Saturday.

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at 19:15 on October 25, 2014, EDT.

B.C. First Nation recognizes milestones before 150th anniversary of hangings

FARWELL CANYON, Cana - Rays of light from the autumn sun bounce off the statuesque sand dunes above the Chilcotin River west of Williams Lake as a large male bighorn sheep guides a herd across the top of the steep canyon walls.

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at 17:32 on October 25, 2014, EDT.

Disabled cargo ship heading home to Russia after repairs at B.C. port

PRINCE RUPERT, B.C. - Repairs to a Russian container ship have enabled it to head home after a power outage left the vessel loaded with diesel fuel adrift off British Columbia's north coast.

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at 14:34 on October 25, 2014, EDT.

Wynne leaves for weeklong China trade trip; will join Quebec and PEI premiers

TORONTO - Ontario Premier Kathleen Wynne is headed to China on a weeklong mission that will see her and the premiers of Quebec and Prince Edward Island talk trade with the Asian economic powerhouse.

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