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New military team aims to end sexual misconduct Atlantic region investigators have joined a national military team to end sexual misconduct in the forces.

Zika mosquitoes discovered in Canada One of the mosquito species known to carry the Zika virus has been discovered in southwestern Ontario. Aedes albopictus is also known as the Asian Tiger mosquito. This species is known as a carrier of the West Nile disease, but can also be a vector for Zika. Four specimens were found in a mosquito trap set to...

HMS Terror searchers defend actions, outline ‘strained’ relations with Parks Canada Private searchers who are under review for possibly breaking rules when they found HMS Terror say they thought they were doing the right thing, and that Parks Canada never explained the rules in the first place. And the private group now claims there may be “an agenda … focused on...

Where have the whales gone, and why? Researchers tracking the Atlantic Right whale have been somewhat concerned that the whales are not showing up in their usual summer feeding grounds in and around the northeastern US and eastern Canada. They are now using sophisticated technology to try to find the whales in a project called WHaLE (Whales Habitat Listening Experiment) Kimberley Davies...

Group that found HMS Terror under investigation by Nunavut government Nunavut officials are questioning whether researchers who found HMS Terror had proper authorization to search for the doomed Franklin Expedition ship, prompting the explorers to wonder if there's an effort to discredit them.

Montreal Alouettes’ Kyries Hebert guest hosts Global News Morning in Montreal Montreal Alouettes linebacker, Kyries Hebert, stopped by Global News on Friday to guest host Global News Morning with anchor Laura Casella and weather specialist Kim Sullivan.

CMA tells politicians to stop ‘putting the money first,’ calls for health-care reform talks OTTAWA — Pulling the health-care system out of its “downward spiral” won’t happen until politicians stop haggling over money and start a formal national discussion on lasting reforms, the president of the Canadian Medical Association urged Wednesday. “What we’re seeing is the devolution of the discussion when you...

Unknown package contents catch fire at Mississauga mail-sorting plant Police are investigating after a package ignited at the Gateway Postal Sorting Facility, starting a small fire in the Mississauga plant.

Unemployment rises in Saskatchewan during September The unemployment rate rose in Saskatchewan during September due to more people in the workforce.

Mock train derailment gives N.S. first responders hands on training The mock train derailment exercise is a chance for first responders to test their skills and response strategy to a large scale emergency.

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