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at 07:34 on September 18, 2014, EDT.

It's decision day in B.C. teachers' labour dispute with provincial government

VANCOUVER - More than half a million public school students in British Columbia should know by the end of the day whether they'll be heading back to class as early as next week.

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at 04:40 on September 18, 2014, EDT.

Buses to halt operations in memory of fatal train-bus crash one year ago

OTTAWA - City buses in the nation's capital halted Thursday morning in sombre tribute to the six people killed when an OC Transpo bus collided with a Via Rail passenger train one year ago.

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at 04:30 on September 18, 2014, EDT.

Today on the Hill: Ottawa reflects on deadly bus crash of one year ago

OTTAWA - Bus drivers and the families and friends of six people killed on this day last year will pay tribute today to the victims of a horrific collision involving an OC Transpo double-decker bus and a Via Rail passenger train.

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at 04:30 on September 18, 2014, EDT.

Cost of satellite ministerial staff soars by 70 per cent during austerity years

OTTAWA - The cost of paying Conservative political staffers working in a network of satellite minister's offices ballooned by 70 per cent during the same years the government was asking departments to tighten their belts.

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at 04:29 on September 18, 2014, EDT.

Timeline: Toronto Mayor Rob Ford has battled health issues in 2014

Toronto Mayor Rob Ford has battled personal health troubles in 2014. Some key dates:

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at 04:00 on September 18, 2014, EDT.

Win or lose, Scottish secessionists inspired battered counterparts in Quebec

MONTREAL - Win or lose, Scotland's independence movement has already become a source of inspiration for Quebec secessionists.

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