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John Demjanjuk has been found guilty of accessory to murder, alleged to have been a guard at a Nazi death camp during the Second World War. (Johannes Simon/Getty)

1. Demjanjuk convicted in Nazi death camp case


John Demjanjuk, alleged to have been a guard at the Nazi death camp during the Second World War, was found guilty of accessory to murder by a Munich court Thursday and sentenced to five years in prison.

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2. B.C. premier wins close byelection

B.C. Premier Christy Clark squeaked out a narrow byelection victory Wednesday night that will see her return to the provincial legislature.

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3. Manitobans await word on dike breach

Sandbagging crews around Manitoba are scrambling to protect homes as everyone awaits word on if and when there will be an intentional breach of a dike along Manitoba's Assiniboine River.

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4. Lower gas prices give drivers a break

Gasoline prices fell by an average of more than six cents a litre Thursday in much of Eastern Canada after several days of increases.

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5. Clement wants oil industry to explain gas prices

Federal Industry Minister Tony Clement said Thursday he wants the petroleum industry to explain how it sets gasoline prices.

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