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NATIONAL NEWS

In this Nov. 3, 2015, file photo, the Keystone Steele City pumping station, into which the planned Keystone XL pipeline is to connect to, is seen in Steele City, Neb. The much debated Keystone XL pipeline project is expected to be approved by the U.S. gove
Trump announces at White House: I've approved the Keystone XL pipeline
WASHINGTON - President Donald Trump has made it official: After eight years and six months, the United States government has approved the Keystone XL pipeline.
The president announced that at the White House.



SPORTS NEWS

Nishikawa, Killick cap cross-country season with gold at Ski Nationals
CANMORE, Alta. - Emily Nishikawa and Graeme Killick won the cross-country ski marathon at the Ski Nationals as the 2017 season came to a close on Saturday.
The Olympic veterans proved they were the top women's and men's cross-country skiers in the field after grinding through the challenging 30- and 50-kilometre skate-ski races.



BUSINESS NEWS

In this Nov. 3, 2015, file photo, the Keystone Steele City pumping station, into which the planned Keystone XL pipeline is to connect to, is seen in Steele City, Neb. The much debated Keystone XL pipeline project is expected to be approved by the U.S. gove
Trump announces at White House: I've approved the Keystone XL pipeline
WASHINGTON - President Donald Trump has made it official: After eight years and six months, the United States government has approved the Keystone XL pipeline.
The president announced that at the White House.



ENTERTAINMENT NEWS

Colin Dexter, creator of Inspector Morse, dies at 86
LONDON - Writer Colin Dexter, who created music-loving Oxford detective Inspector Morse, has died aged 86.
Publisher Pan Macmillan says Dexter died Tuesday at his home in Oxford.



HEALTH NEWS

Liberals pour billions in to child care in political bid to win over families
OTTAWA - The federal government plans to spend $7 billion over the next decade to help ease the burden of child care costs, part of a slew of new long-term spending targeting families.
The details outlined in Wednesday's federal budget estimated that child care spending could create 40,000 new, subsidized daycare spaces countrywide over the next three years, representing a bump of less than 10 per cent in the overall number of spaces, although it's unclear how the Liberals came to that figure.