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at 08:51 on December 22, 2014, EST.

Jurors in Magnotta trial back at work today still trying to reach a verdict

MONTREAL - Jurors deciding the fate of Luka Rocco Magnotta worked through the weekend, but still failed to reach a verdict.

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at 08:47 on December 22, 2014, EST.

Trudeau promises he'd be accessible PM, unmuzzle bureaucrats, ministers

OTTAWA - Justin Trudeau is promising to scrap Stephen Harper's brand of message discipline if he becomes prime minister, giving more freedom to bureaucrats, ditching the scripts for cabinet ministers and making them and himself more accessible to journalists.

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at 08:44 on December 22, 2014, EST.

Canada faces new Cold War in Europe and hot war against ISIL in Iraq in 2015

OTTAWA - It could very well be that 2014 is remembered as the year when Canada traded one shadow war for possibly two others.

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at 08:37 on December 22, 2014, EST.

Social justice found online voice in 2014: Experts say

TORONTO - Celebrity watchers and armchair coaches may have produced the most social media chatter over the past 12 months, but those tuned into the web's global conversations believe 2014 will be remembered as the time when social justice advocates found their voice.

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at 08:34 on December 22, 2014, EST.

White Christmas doubtful for many in more populated parts of Canada: Forecast

TORONTO - The Weather Network says Canadians' dreams of a white Christmas likely won't come true for many of those living in the more populated parts of the country.

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at 23:25 on December 21, 2014, EST.

Harper and Prentice talk about energy sector during "challenging times"

CALGARY - Stephen Harper held a private meeting Sunday with Alberta Premier Jim Prentice in Calgary.

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