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A blue lobster landed in North Rustico Wednesday. (submitted by Karen George)

1. Canada Post workers could strike at midnight


A meeting of the president of Canada Post, his union counterpart and the federal labour minister appears to have made little progress in averting a possible postal workers' strike.

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2. Postal strike to hit Winnipeg first: union


Winnipeg will be the focus of the first strike activity by postal workers if they fail to reach a deal with Canada Post by the midnight Thursday deadline, says their union.

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3. Jaycee Dugard says kidnappers stole her life

Jaycee Dugard, a California kidnapping victim who was held captive for 18 years starting at the age of 11, says her life was stolen by her abductors.

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4. Jet with damaged engine diverted in lightning storm


An Air Canada flight was diverted to Montreal early Thursday after leaving Halifax in the midst of a lightning storm, during which a passenger reported flames coming from an engine.

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5. Electric-blue lobster caught off P.E.I.

A fisherman hauled an extremely rare blue lobster out of the waters off P.E.I.'s North Shore Wednesday.

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