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Canada welcomes result of Scotland's referendum and decision to stay in UK

OTTAWA - Foreign Affairs Minister John Baird says Canada welcomes the results of Scotlandís referendum in which voters chose to remain in the United Kingdom....

posted: September 19,2014

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Quebec secessionists urge Scottish counterparts to ensure London keeps promises

MONTREAL - Prominent Quebec sovereigntists say they hope pro-independence Scots fight to ensure London delivers on its referendum-campaign promises of new powers for Scotland....

Defeat means change for Scottish-Canadian supporters of independence

VANCOUVER - Nay may have won the day, but Caledonian-Canadians who supported Scottish independence in Thursday's historic referendum say their dream isn't dead, and at the very least change to the political system is coming....

Canadian navy to retire four Cold War era ships: Sources

OTTAWA - The Canadian navy is going to retire four veteran ships that have been in service for decades....

On the Hill today: Broadcast regulator hears from Netflix on future of TV

OTTAWA - Netflix will be streaming itself live today as it speaks out on the future of the country's television industry....

Winnipeg human rights museum will examine "why did it happen:" CEO

WINNIPEG - Canada's newest national museum was still something of a work in progress as officials prepared for its ceremonial opening today....

Rob Ford's brother to start campaign after public encouragement from mayor

TORONTO - Rob Ford's brother is set to officially launch his campaign for Toronto's top job today following a hospital bed endorsement he received from the cancer-stricken mayor....

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