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Canada invests $35M for national transplant system
Canadians needing an organ donation will be able to quickly find donors from across the country after a long-sought integrated program is launched.

Canada rides long ball to softball victory
Kaleigh Rafter and Melanie Matthews launched a pair of two-run home runs in the fourth inning Wednesday to lead the Canadian women's Olympic softball team to its second straight win to start the Beijing tournament.

Inspectors for propane plant 'asleep at the switch': safety watchdog
Questions are being asked about why the government agency that oversees safety at propane facilities had not visited the Sunrise Propane plant for nearly three years.

Schalm devastated by epee loss
Canada's best hope for a fencing medal has been knocked out of competition in Beijing. Sherraine Schalm was defeated in the epee round of 16 Wednesday.

Canadian among 3 women reported killed in Afghan attack
Three women - a Canadian, an American and an Irish national - were killed in an ambush while working for a U.S. aid organization in southern Afghanistan, Afghan officials said Wednesday.

Bomb blast kills at least 16 in northern Lebanon: officials
A bomb exploded Wednesday on a busy street in the northern Lebanese city of Tripoli, killing at least 16 people, including seven soldiers, and wounding many others, Lebanese security officials said.

Detained journalist says he was roughed up by Beijing police
A British journalist who was detained by Chinese police while trying to film a pro-Tibet protest near Beijing's main Olympic area says he was "roughed up" by police despite identifying himself as a reporter, according to British media reports.

Russian tanks enter central city: Georgian official
The head of Georgia's national security council said Russia has sent 50 tanks into the central Georgian city of Gori on Wednesday, despite a ceasefire calling upon both sides to retreat to positions they held before fierce fighting began six days ago.

Phelps wins record 10th Olympic gold
Michael Phelps has broken the record for most Olympic gold medals in a career after winning the men's 200-metre butterfly final Wednesday in Beijing.

Bear victim credits neighbour's truck for saving her life
The Coquitlam woman who was attacked by a black bear last week says she wouldn't be alive if a quick-thinking neighbour hadn't rammed the bear with his truck.