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NATIONAL NEWSWife of injuired Alberta Mountie says her husband will soon be in better place
EDMONTON - The wife of an RCMP officer gravely injured in a weekend shooting at a casino north of Edmonton says the family is saying its goodbyes.
Const. David Wynn's wife, Shelly, says her husband will soon be in a better place.
SPORTS NEWSWith Faulk, Lindholm and Khudobin, Hurricanes have building blocks to contend
TORONTO - Eric Staal and Cam Ward are the last holdovers from the 2006 Stanley Cup-champion Carolina Hurricanes. It's possible neither player will be around the next time the team makes the playoffs.
Since that title, Carolina has more coaches (three) than playoff appearances (one), and the post-season drought will hit six in a few months. But the Hurricanes' past champions can look around the locker-room and see the building blocks are in place for a future contender.
BUSINESS NEWSFederal budget to be delayed until April in light of low oil prices: Oliver
CALGARY - The next federal budget won't be tabled until April at the earliest, giving the government more time to gauge just how badly tumbling oil prices will hit the Canadian economy, Finance Minister Joe Oliver said Thursday.
In a speech to a Calgary business crowd, Oliver said the Conservative government needs to consider everything it is hearing in pre-consultation talks before finalizing its fiscal plan for the coming year.
ENTERTAINMENT NEWSCanadian actor and writer Don Harron dead at age 90
TORONTO - Don Harron, who entertained generations of Canadians with his comic alter ego Charlie Farquharson and helped bring the Canadian classic novel "Anne of Green Gables" from the page to the stage, has died. He was 90.
Harron's eldest daughter Martha said her father died on Saturday morning surrounded by family at his Toronto home after choosing not to seek treatment for cancer.
NewsAlert: FDA to urge end of ban on blood donations from gay, bisexual men
WASHINGTON - FDA to recommend end of ban on blood donations from gay and bisexual men; restrictions remain.
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