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Canada's NDP leader Jack Layton raises his cane at a campaign rally in Winnipeg, Manitoba April 27, 2011. Canadians will head to the polls in a federal election on May 2. (Fred Greenslade/Reuters)

White House releases Obama birth certificate


White House releases Obama birth certificate

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Layton turns attacks back on rivals

NDP Leader Jack Layton is turning the attacks from his three political rivals back at them as he tries to capitalize on his party's apparent momentum in the polls.

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Missing woman's fiancé charged with murder

The fiancé of missing Nova Scotian Laura Lee Robertson has been arraigned in court.

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Retirees still in debt: StatsCan

Almost one-third of retired Canadians are in some form of debt, a report from Statistics Canada suggested Wednesday, throwing cold water on the notion that those in their golden years are financially secure.

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Revenue Canada auditors tied to restaurants scam

Several Canada Revenue Agency auditors allegedly sought cash payoffs from Montreal restaurant owners in order to avoid an audit, according to court documents obtained by the Radio-Canada program Enquête.

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