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- Developing Air Canada to introduce $25 fee for 1st checked bag
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The question on the ballot paper is simplicity itself: "Should Scotland be an independent country?" Yet it has divided Scots during months of campaigning, and polls suggest the result is too close to call. More read comments video
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- Ex-Liberal MPs denounce Justin Trudeau's abortion stance read comments
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- Updated Wildlife officer justifies killing cougar outside Calgary hospital
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- Scotland independence referendum: Rival campaigners add excitement to polling stations
- Hospital ER times reveal some ‘disturbing’ waits
- Ailing Mayor Rob Ford releases audio statement
- Scotland referendum: Independence forces likely victors, no matter the vote
- Justin Trudeau’s abortion stance 'undemocratic,' say ex-MPs
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- Famous Scots (and other Brits) weigh in on #indyref by John Bowman Sep. 18, 2014 3:48 PM Tennis player Andy Murray broke his silence on Scottish independence with a resounding Yes on the eve of the referendum that could see Scotland break away from the United Kingdom.
New Brunswick Votes 2014
- NDP candidate 'uncomfortable' with Dominic Cardy's shale gas policy
- The NDP candidate in Kent South is criticizing his party’s shale gas policy for not going far enough to protect landowners, saying he would not have run in the election had the full platform been available earlier.
- Shale gas, jobs dominate Kent South race
- The southeastern riding of Kent South may serve as a microcosm to better understand how the divisive debate over jobs and shale gas development is gripping the province.
- Opinion Immigration is key to New Brunswick's economic growth
- The next premier should look at ways to attract more immigrants to the province as a way to grow the economy, writes Manju Varma.