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Mom and baby spared traumatic birth after heart surgery performed inside the womb

Baby Sebastian

In what they believe is a world first, a team of Toronto doctors inserted a balloon into a baby's heart wall — while he was still in the womb — to save him from potentially devastating complications after birth.

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U.S. proposal puts NAFTA talks on collision course with B.C., N.S. laws

Trump US Lebanon

One of the American objectives for the upcoming renegotiation of the North American Free Trade Agreement appears on a collision course with privacy laws in British Columbia and Nova Scotia. Should it matter where governments keep their data?

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'The thing in the woods' still puzzles Moncton-area family after 55 years

The Thing In The Woods

In 1962 woodsman David McPherson Sr. found himself deep in the forest of Lutes Mountain staring upwards at a 181-kilogram white box with cameras and hanging from a tree by a deteriorated parachute.

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'Very worrisome': Sperm counts have declined by more than half for Western men

Dr. Keith Jarvi looking at sperm sample

Sperm counts for men in North America, Europe, Australia and New Zealand have declined by more than 50 per cent in the last four decades, according to a new study. The researchers, however, found no significant decline among men in South America, Asia and Africa.

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Supreme Court to issue landmark rulings on Indigenous relationship with energy sector

Jerry Natanine outside Supreme Court

The Supreme Court will deliver two landmark rulings Wednesday that could lead to fundamental changes for Canada's energy sector and its relationship with Indigenous Peoples.

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Man charged with 1st-degree murder after stabbing of pregnant wife, death of baby

Sofiane Ghazi

A Montreal man accused of stabbing his pregnant wife, who remains in hospital, and prompting the baby's death has been charged with attempted murder and first-degree murder.

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​Rescued from ISIS, Yazidi boy longs to rejoin mother in Canada

MIDEAST-CRISIS/IRAQ-YAZIDIBOY

A Yazidi boy rescued from the battlefield in Mosul after three years in ISIS captivity has asked to be reunited with his mother, who was granted asylum in Canada after escaping from the militants herself.

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U.S. Senate opens health care debate but fate of repeal effort in doubt

USA-HEALTHCARE/MCCAIN

Republican senators and the U.S. vice president voted to move forward with their effort to upend the country's health care law Tuesday. But a critical first ammendment still saw opposition from seven Republican holdouts.

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Home Capital repays $2B line of credit from Warren Buffett's Berkshire Hathaway

HOUSING-CANADA/SHADOWLENDING

Home Capital Group, the Toronto-based alternative mortgage lender that was on the verge of collapse earlier this year, says it has repaid a $2-billion line of credit from Berkshire Hathaway.

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Pacific NorthWest LNG project scrapped by Petronas, partners

LNG

The Pacific NorthWest LNG project in Port Edward, B.C., has been cancelled as a result of "changes in market conditions."

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Supreme Court to issue landmark rulings on Indigenous relationship with energy sector

Jerry Natanine outside Supreme Court

The Supreme Court will deliver two landmark rulings Wednesday that could lead to fundamental changes for Canada's energy sector and its relationship with Indigenous Peoples.

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Mexico taking a bigger bite of North America's auto sector

Volkswagen car factory manufacturing plant Mexico welder

After six consecutive months of record output, Mexico now makes more than one out of every five vehicles built in North America, new numbers from autotomotive organization Ward's shows.

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CN Rail beats profit forecasts on higher revenuess

CN Rail

Canadian National Railway beat analyst expectations as its profits grew 20 per cent to $1.03 billion in the second quarter on higher revenues.

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NAFTA talks set for clash over where private, personal data is stored

Trump US Lebanon

One of the American objectives for the upcoming renegotiation of the North American Free Trade Agreement appears on a collision course with privacy laws in British Columbia and Nova Scotia. Should it matter where governments keep their data?

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