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<strong>Alberta likely to enter recession due to low oil price</strong> The price of a barrel of oil has plunged from US$105 in June to less...

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<strong>12-year-old boy with air gun shot by police in Cleveland</strong> In Cleveland, 12-year-old Tamir Rice was shot Nov. 22 for pulling an air gun out...

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<strong>Chaos in Ottawa as shooter kills soldier and shots fired on Parliament Hill</strong> A soldier was shot at the National War Memorial by Michael Zehaf-Bibeau...

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<strong>U.S. doctor who survived ebola donates blood to infected Texas nurse</strong> A Dallas nurse who was infected by the ebola virus while treating an infected...

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<strong>Missing Woodstock toddler found</strong> On Monday, toddler Brooklyn Honderich was found 15 hours after disappearing unharmed on her family&rsquo;s farm in Norwich, Ont. Hoderich went...

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<strong>Cambridge students capsize in canoe</strong> On Tuesday morning, a group of 40 students and their teacher, who were canoeing on the Grand River in Cambridge...

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<strong>Open data incubator proposed for Waterloo</strong> Waterloo city staff proposed the construction of an open data incubator on Monday, says <em>The Record. </em>The plan would...

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Rob Ford remained seated as council recognizes success of Pride Toronto In another charge of homophobia against Rob Ford,...

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Utah gay marriage ban struck down in federal court According to BBC, a Denver-based federal appeals court ruled against...

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In this week's news briefs, a Toronto library patron sought to have a Dr. Seuss book banned last year, Canadian parks may soon have Wi-Fi, LA Clippers owner has been banned for life, and Mines Action Canada is lobbying against "killer robots."