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at 16:43 on November 23, 2014, EST.

Additional $200M announced for military mental health programs over 6 years

HALIFAX - The federal government has announced $200 million over six years to support mental health needs of military members, veterans and their families.

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at 16:13 on November 23, 2014, EST.

More arrests at B.C. pipeline protest; 11-year-old girl taken into custody

BURNABY, B.C. - Several protesters including an 11-year-old girl have been taken into custody at a work site related to a proposed pipeline expansion near Vancouver.

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at 16:00 on November 23, 2014, EST.

Manitoba erects road signs even when work isn't being done

WINNIPEG - The Manitoba government has a policy that allows signs touting its economic agenda to be erected at construction sites long before work begins and to be left up over the winter lull, The Canadian Press has learned.

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at 16:00 on November 23, 2014, EST.

$1.1 billion in lapsed funding for veterans 'not lost money': Fantino

HALIFAX - Veterans Affairs Minister Julian Fantino said Sunday the department's $1.1 billion dollars in unused funding over seven years is "not lost money."

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at 15:20 on November 23, 2014, EST.

CFB Petawawa soldier working on Coyote patrol vehicle at time of deadly incident

CFB PETAWAWA, Ont. - The military says a Canadian soldier who died at CFB Petawawa in eastern Ontario was doing mechanic work on an armoured vehicle when the incident that killed him occurred.

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at 14:00 on November 23, 2014, EST.

Ottawa's anti-corruption rules on suppliers a threat to Canadian economy: study

OTTAWA - New federal rules that threaten to ban companies convicted of crimes from public contracts could kill jobs and hurt the Canadian economy, warns a study conducted for a powerful business group.

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