PTSD, asthma rates higher in sub’s crew 15 years after fire
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PTSD, asthma rates higher in sub’s crew 15 years after fire

Crew aboard HMCS Chicoutimi during a 2004 electrical fire suffered significantly higher rates of PTSD,…

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Daughters plead for assisted dying rights after father takes own life
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Daughters plead for assisted dying rights after father takes own life

Jacques Campeau’s daughters are urging the Quebec government to reconsider the criteria for access to…

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LIVE: The National for July 11, 2019 — Turbulence Injuries, Bantleman Returns, Premiers’ Meeting
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LIVE: The National for July 11, 2019 — Turbulence Injuries, Bantleman Returns, Premiers’ Meeting

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The National for July 10, 2019 — Bombardier Layoffs, Carbon Monoxide Investigation, Pay Equity
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The National for July 10, 2019 — Bombardier Layoffs, Carbon Monoxide Investigation, Pay Equity

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Proposed addition to Château Laurier Hotel still up for debate
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Proposed addition to Château Laurier Hotel still up for debate

Ottawa city council upholds Château Laurier addition, but will have to vote again Thursday. Welcome…

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Cry for soccer pay equity rises to a fever pitch | Panel
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Cry for soccer pay equity rises to a fever pitch | Panel

U.S. women’s soccer World Cup win is fueling the debate over how much female athletes…

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New York marks U.S. women’s soccer victory parade with expanded pay equity laws
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New York marks U.S. women’s soccer victory parade with expanded pay equity laws

New York expanded a state law Wednesday that prohibits pay discrimination, making it illegal to…

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Amal Clooney decries ‘collective shrug’ over slain journalist Khashoggi
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Amal Clooney decries ‘collective shrug’ over slain journalist Khashoggi

Two Russian news outlets banned from U.K.-Canada press freedom event in London for ‘spreading disinformation.’…

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‘Inadequate ventilation’ at Super 8 led to carbon monoxide poisoning, officials say
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‘Inadequate ventilation’ at Super 8 led to carbon monoxide poisoning, officials say

Preliminary investigation finds boiler in Winnipeg motel wasn’t vented properly. Welcome to The National, the…

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WATCH LIVE: The National for July 10, 2019
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WATCH LIVE: The National for July 10, 2019

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