01 - (Poloz) TORONTO . x--30s. ( Bill Marshall) Bank of Canada governor Stephen Poloz says he expects long-term interest rates will rise in a few months. (SOURCE: The Canadian Press ) (345a) 02 - (NB-Train-Derailment) MONTREAL . x--11s. About two dozen homes in a sparsely-populated region of northwestern New Brunswick have been evacuated after a C-N freight train carrying crude oil and propane derailed and caught fire. It happened near the village of Plaster Rock , 125-kilometres northwest of Fredericton . C-N spokesman Jim Feeny says 16 cars jumped the tracks. ("...this point.") (SOURCE: The Canadian Press ) (repeat from 1130p) TAG: Feeny says 15 of the 16 derailed cars are in the area of the fire. He says the train's engineer and conductor, the only people on the train, were not hurt in the derailment. 03 - (NB-Train-Derailment) MONTREAL . x--09s. About two dozen homes in a sparsely populated region of northwestern New Brunswick have been evacuated after a C-N freight train carrying crude oil and propane derailed and caught fire. It happened near the village of Plaster Rock , 125-kilometres northwest of Fredericton . C-N spokesman Jim Feeny says of the 16 derailed cars, 15 are in the area of the fire, but it's unclear how many are actually burning. ("... on fire.") (SOURCE: The Canadian Press ) (repeat from 1130p) TAG: Sharon DeWitt , emergency measures co-ordinator for Plaster Rock , says it's unclear how big the fire is or whether anyone has been hurt. 04 - (NL-Power-Outage) ST. JOHN'S, N.L. x--18s. Premier Kathy Dunderdale is facing a backlash for how she handled major power failures in Newfoundland , but she says the criticism is misguided. Dunderdale says she understands that people are frustrated after four days of rolling blackouts caused by bitter cold, a blizzard and technical issues. (``...as possible.'') (SOURCE: The Canadian Press ) (repeat from 415p) TAG: Public relations adviser Amanda Alvaro (al-VARE'-oh) says Dunderdale's initial response to a power loss affecting thousands of families was delayed and defensive. 05 - (CRIME-Aiding-Suicide) STONY PLAIN, Alberta . x--13s. A 53-year-old U-S woman who admits she helped her mother commit suicide in Canada has been sentenced to time served. Linda McNall was sentenced to eight months in jail, which is what she has already spent in custody. Canadian Press reporter Dean Bennett was at the sentencing. (``... United States .'') (SOURCE: The Canadian Press ) (repeat from 415p) TAG: McNall's lawyer has said the woman is homeless, has no money or medical insurance and finding an American health facility willing to take her has been difficult. 06 - (Harper-West-Protesters) VANCOUVER . x--07s. Vancouver police say they won't lay criminal charges against two climate-change protesters who came within touching distance of Prime Minister Harper on a stage at an event in Vancouver . The protesters walked on stage during a Vancouver Board of Trade question-and-answer event at a downtown hotel Monday. Sergeant Randy Fincham says police consulted with the R-C-M-P, which provides Harper`s security. ("...criminal charges.") (SOURCE: The Canadian Press ) (repeat from 415p) TAG: The prime minister's office and the R-C-M-P have declined to discuss the specifics of what happened, though the Mounties are reviewing the incident. 07 - (Harper-West) MILL BAY, B.C. x--14s. About 100 protesters blocked the gate at a college where Prime Minister Harper was to meet Conservative party faithful in the community of Mill Bay on Vancouver Island . Many activists carried placards against the federal government's position on climate change or the proposed Northern Gateway oil pipeline. David Trudel of Victoria said he came out to peacefully stand up for the environment. (``...this country.'') (SOURCE: The Canadian Press ) (repeat from 545p) TAG: It was the second protest against Harper during his visit to B-C, after two people disrupted a business event in Vancouver Monday. 08 - (Arab-Funding) OTTAWA . x--32s. ( Terry Pedwell ) A judge says former immigration minister Jason Kenney acted reasonably in cutting federal funding to the Canadian Arab Federation because the organization appeared to be supporting the actions of terrorist organizations. (SOURCE: The Canadian Press ) (repeat from 515p) 09 - (RCMP-Officers-Hurt) CALGARY . x--16s. One Mountie was grazed by a bullet and another was run over by a stolen truck in a shootout on a farm 70-kilometres east of Edmonton . Police say the Mountie who was run over suffered broken bones and internal injuries and is being treated in hospital. Alberta Premier Alison Redford says her thoughts are with the two officers. (``...point in time.'') (SOURCE: The Canadian Press ) (repeat from 845p) TAG: One person is in hospital after being injured in the shootout. Police say he will likely be charged with attempted murder and weapons offences. 10 - (ENT-FILM-DGA-Nominations) UNDATED. x--35s. ( David Blaustein ) A group with a lot of influence on the Oscar race has announced its nominations for the top films of 2013. (SOURCE:ABC) (repeat from 615p) 11 - (US-MED-Smoking-Report-Research) UNDATED. x--35s. ( Ed Donahue ) A new study says attempts to control smoking have produced life-saving results. (SOURCE: The Associated Press ) (repeat from 745p) 12 - (EU-Britain-Helicopter-Crash) SALTHOUSE, England . x--12s. A U-S Air Force Pave Hawk helicopter has crashed in the coastal marshes of eastern England during a training mission, killing all four crew members aboard. The U-S Air Force says the helicopter crashed at about 6 p.m. local time near Salthouse on the Norfolk coast. Local resident Sue McKnespiey says she and her husband didn't hear any unusual noises when the helicopter went down. (``...or anything.'') (SOURCE: The Associated Press ) (245a) TAG: In Washington, a U-S defence official confirmed that the accident killed the four crew members aboard. It is not yet known what caused the accident.
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