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Union Station offers commuters, online retailers 'cheeky' twist on pop-up shops Years of renovations at Union Station are finally coming to an end, and new this week in the lower level of the transit hub is a pop-up shop that is giving online businesses a taste of what the world of bricks-and-mortar retail is really like.
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Silt runoff from big Nova Scotia sawmill under investigation The provincial Environment Department is responding to a complaint about silt in the Medway River.
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Peeling plate problems: Province says to bring them back Licence plates across the province are peeling and fading away due to a manufacturing issue, and the province is urging those with the problem to have their plates replaced.
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Proposed no-fish zones in Eastern Shore could mean job losses, minister fears The Eastern Shore is the first marine protected area proposed by the federal government along the Atlantic coast of Nova Scotia, but provincial fisheries minister fears employment loss if the area it is deemed a no-fish zone.
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Smith Snacks recalls 30 products sold in N.L. due to listeria risk Orange Store beef sandwiches affected by smaller recall.
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Family logging business 'blindsided' by loss of Kruger contract Two dozen loggers on the province's west coast are being laid off, and one company says it faces bankruptcy.
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B.C. town sees success after hiring its own doctor recruiter Among the advertisements for provinces and regions at a rural doctors' meeting in St. John's, the small town of Creston, B.C., made sure it was known that it, too, is in the market for more physicians.
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First responders face long-term risk of PTSD after Humboldt Paramedics, firefighters and police officers who responded to the horrific crash in rural Saskatchewan are in the midst of debriefings to help them talk about what happened, but agencies emphasize that post-traumatic stress symptoms can take weeks, months
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Why sending the U.S. spy chief to meet Kim Jong-un was a 'savvy' move by Trump The revelation that CIA chief Mike Pompeo met secretly last week with Kim Jong-un represents a diplomatic seesaw of sorts for foreign policy observers, delivering both relief and anxiety.
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Charities 'worried' after meeting with Morneau on 'political activity' law More than two years after the Liberal government promised to reform charity law to allow for more political activity, there's still no amending legislation. A member of a group of environmental charities who met with Finance Minister Bill Morneau this wee
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