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at 22:35 on August 25, 2016, EDT.

Travis Lulay runs in two touchdowns, Lions beat Redblacks 29-23

OTTAWA — Travis Lulay rushed for two touchdowns on Thursday as the B.C. Lions defeated the Ottawa Redblacks 29-23.


at 22:48 on August 25, 2016, EDT.

Liberals to unveil troop, financial commitments for UN peacekeeping

OTTAWA — The Liberal government will officially put the United Nations on notice Friday that Canada is ready to jump back into peacekeeping by promising to provide money, troops and police officers for the cause.


at 18:58 on August 25, 2016, EDT.

CUPW issues strike notice after it says Canada Post refused to extend talks

OTTAWA — Labour Minister MaryAnn Mihychuk said Canada Post and the Canadian Union of Postal Workers will begin working with a special mediator Friday morning in the face of a union threat of job action.


at 18:10 on August 25, 2016, EDT.

Minister to OMA: if you want binding arbitration, do you want to be a union?

TORONTO — Ontario's health minister is asking the province's doctors if binding arbitration is so important that they are willing to form a public-sector union and disclose their salaries.


at 17:55 on August 25, 2016, EDT.

Crossbow incident leaves three dead, one injured in east-end Toronto

TORONTO — Three people suffering from what appeared to be wounds from a crossbow died in Toronto on Thursday in an incident that rocked an otherwise quiet neighbourhood in the city's east end.


at 17:55 on August 25, 2016, EDT.

Canadians with allergies not subject to same EpiPen price hike as U.S. consumers

TORONTO — The skyrocketing price for the rescue medication carried by people at risk for potentially life-threatening anaphylaxis has created a furor in the U.S., but there's no need for Canadians who use the device to panic, says the head of Food Allergy Canada.


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