Newspaper article The Canadian Press

--Atlantic Update-

Newspaper article The Canadian Press

--Atlantic Update-

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(Delta-Forced-Landing)

Delta Airlines passengers who were stranded when their flight was forced to land in Labrador are expected to get back on their way to Europe today.

The airline says another aircraft is scheduled to continue the Atlanta to Amsterdam flight after the original plane experienced an engine failure last night.

The pilots declared an emergency before landing safely in Goose Bay -- the second time in less than a month that a transatlantic flight has been diverted to Labrador.

Last month, an Air France flight from Paris to Los Angeles landed in Goose Bay after one of its engines was damaged.

(The Canadian Press)

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(Lake-Louise-Deaths)

A friend of a New Brunswick dentist who was found dead in Alberta says police have told the family she died in a suspected murder suicide.

Forty-six-year-old Cindy McCormick of Saint John was found dead in a hotel room in Lake Louise on Sunday, and her partner Bobby Kaine was found dead in a vehicle west of the resort community in British Columbia.

Family spokeswoman Jennifer Gordon tells C-B-C that police say McCormick died of blunt force trauma and Kaine is the only suspect.

Gordon says she didn't speak out even though there were hints that things weren't right between the couple -- but says she will never be silent again because people need to be aware of the signs of domestic violence in order to prevent it.

(CBC)

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(NS-Baillie)

The fall sitting of the Nova Scotia legislature has come to an end without an announcement from Progressive Conservative leader Jamie Baillie about his future.

When the Conservatives failed to win the provincial election last spring, Baillie would only commit to leading the party through the fall sitting.

Baillie said yesterday that he still hasn't decided whether to stay on as party leader for the long haul.

He said he was having what he describes as "very personal discussions" with his family and would make a decision sometime after the fall session ended, which happened last night. …

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