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Calgary psychiatrist guilty of sex assault loses appeal, must turn himself in

CALGARY - The Alberta Court of Appeal has refused to overturn a psychiatrist's three convictions for sexually assaulting his court-appointed patients.

Minister says foreign worker program abusers could face fraud charges

WINNIPEG - Federal Employment Minister Jason Kenney says employers who abuse the temporary foreign workers program could face fraud charges and possible jail time.

Mounties say Harper family not involved in weekend medical call to PM's home

OTTAWA - The Mounties say paramedics were called to the prime minister's official residence on the weekend in response to a medical call.

1 firefighter in critical condition after blaze at Mississauga, Ont., warehouse

MISSISSAUGA, Ont. - One firefighter is in critical condition in hospital and three others were also injured while fighting a massive fire at a warehouse in an industrial area of Mississauga, Ont.

Family mourns Suncor worker who had just earned his electrician's ticket

FORT MCMURRAY, Alta. - The family of a worker who died at the Suncor oilsands development in northern Alberta says he had just earned his electrician's ticket and was excited about his new skills.

Canada's oil, gas catch Europe's eye amid Ukraine troubles: Polish ambassador

OTTAWA - The Russian invasion of Crimea is making Alberta's oil and gas more attractive in European capitals, says Poland's ambassador to Canada.

In terms of the employment rate, Canada far from first in G7 during the recovery

OTTAWA - Finance Minister Joe Oliver and his predecessor have been fond of trumpeting Canada's economic and job creation performance since the recession, claiming it is unequalled among the Group of Seven large industrialized nations.

One firefighter in critical condition after blaze at Mississauga, Ont., warehouse

MISSISSAUGA, Ont. - Police say one firefighter is in critical condition in hospital and three others were injured while fighting a massive fire at a warehouse in an industrial area of Mississauga, Ont.

Retail sales up 0.5 per cent to $41 billion in February: StatsCan

OTTAWA - Statistics Canada says retail sales rose 0.5 per cent to $41.0 billion in February.

Memorial set for last of victims of mass stabbing in Calgary last week

CALGARY - A service will be held today for the last of the five victims of last week's mass murder in Calgary.

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