Saturday January 31, 2015





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Deportation of imprisoned Canadian-Egyptian journalist in 'final stages': family

CAIRO - The family of a Canadian-Egyptian journalist imprisoned in Cairo says they have requested his deportation and were told by a senior official the process is in its "final stages."...

posted: January 6,2015





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Crude-by-rail volumes expected to grow in 2015 despite price volatility

MONTREAL - Volatility in energy prices is expected to be a "wild card" for Canadian railways in the long term, but an industry analyst says crude-by-rail volumes should continue to grow, albeit more slowly, this year....


Court upholds pardon revocation for alleged Via Rail terror plotter

TORONTO - There is no evidence of any political interference in a decision to revoke the criminal pardon of a man accused of plotting to attack a passenger train, a Federal Court judge has ruled....


Wynne says Harper meeting was positive, but he made no funding commitments

TORONTO - Ontario Premier Kathleen Wynne says she received no specific commitments from Prime Minister Stephen Harper at their first face-to-face meeting in more than a year....


Resuscitation efforts fail as two people, including baby, die in Regina fire

REGINA - A woman and a baby boy are dead after a house fire in Regina....


Another alleged child victim testifies at trial of Canadian teacher in Indonesia

JAKARTA, Indonesia - Another alleged child victim has testified at a trial for a Canadian teacher accused of sexually abusing three students at an international school in Indonesia....


Feds in court today fighting against long-term expats' right to vote

TORONTO - Ontario's top court begins grappling today with the issue of whether long-term Canadian expats should have the right to vote....








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