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Kingmaker, unelected minister top picks for Newfoundland and Labrador cabinet

ST. JOHN'S, N.L. - Newfoundland and Labrador Premier Paul Davis named his first cabinet Tuesday by promoting his kingmaker and appointing an unelected political outsider to key justice and public safety roles....

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National News

EU ambassador confident visa concerns from Romania, Bulgaria will be resolved

HALIFAX - The European Union's ambassador says she is confident that concerns from Romania and Bulgaria over Canada's requirement that travellers from those countries have visas will be resolved....


Russia upset over Canadian visa denials for delegates to space conference

Canada's refusal to allow Russian delegates to attend a prestigious international astronautical symposium has angered Moscow, which said the decision flies in the face of international space co-operation and amounts to politicizing space...


Magnotta trial: bizarre note naming prime minister among exhibits seen by jury

MONTREAL - A bizarre note naming Prime Minister Stephen Harper and his wife Laureen was part of the evidence viewed by jurors at Luka Rocco Magnotta's first-degree murder trial Tuesday....


CF-18s fighter jets to get life-extension upgrades to keep flying until 2025

OTTAWA - The Harper government says it will extend the life of its aging fleet of CF-18 fighters....


AFN wants independent review of Winnipeg police's handling of missing teen

WINNIPEG - The Assembly of First Nations is calling for an independent probe of how police handled the disappearance of a teen whose body was eventually pulled from the Red River wrapped in a bag....


Brain injuries like concussion can alter teens' behaviour, girls especially: study

TORONTO - A new study has found that teens who have suffered a concussion or other traumatic brain injury report higher rates of harmful behaviours and the finding is particularly evident among girls....








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