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What do think of the U.S. idea to build a "security wall" along the Canadian border?
 Total overkill, it's not needed
 A good idea for national security
 Will only hurt relations and cross-border trade
 To keep us out or them in?
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Air Canada flight attendants reject second tentative agreement
MONTREAL - Air Canada (TSX: AC.A) is facing more labour turbulence as the airline’s flight attendants rejected a second tentative deal and served strike notice on Sunday. The 6,800 flight attendants will be able to walk off the job as early as 12:01 a.m. Oct. 13, said a news release from the...
Sunday , October 09, 2011

Canadian border officers arrest American father with two missing children
SURREY, B.C. - An American man who told Canadian border officers he was moving to Alaska with his children has been arrested at the Surrey, B.C., border crossing. Canada Border Services officers questioned the man when he arrived at the border with his two children on Thursday. The 33-year-o...
Sunday , October 09, 2011

Veterans complain government denying travel benefits to see psychiatrists
Former members of the Canadian military who are struggling with mental health problems say they’re being denied benefits from Veterans Affairs to cover travel costs to their psychologists and other medical professionals. Two veterans said they’ve received notice from the department that thei...
Sunday , October 09, 2011

Wildfire situation improving in Manitoba, evacuees hope to return home soon
SANDILANDS, Man. - Wildfires continue to burn in southeastern Manitoba, but the threat of flames engulfing two communities is lessening. The province announced Sunday that evacuation orders had been lifted in several more communities, including an order for Woodridge. The community was threa...
Sunday , October 09, 2011

Operations back to normal at Toronto airport after labour dispute
TORONTO - Operations were back to normal at Toronto’s Pearson airport on Sunday despite an ongoing labour dispute that caused travel headaches at the start of the long weekend. A work-to-rule protest by security screeners led to long lineups and delays at Terminal 1 on Thursday and Friday, a...
Sunday , October 09, 2011

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