Newspaper article The Canadian Press

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Newspaper article The Canadian Press

National Audio 5:55 AM ET

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National Audio 5:55 AM ET

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NAT056 - (EU-Brexit) (NOT FOR ONLINE USE) LONDON. x-35s. (Tom Rivers) It's Brexit Decision Day in Britain, a day when parliament will either back or reject the prime minister's European Exit Plan. More from A-B-C's Tom Rivers in London. (WA) (SOURCE:ABC) --

NAT057 - (US-Sean-Spicer-New-Home) (NOT FOR ONLINE USE) UNDATED. x-34s. (Dave Schreiber) Sean Spicer will have a new neighbour in New England. (SOURCE:ABC) --

NAT058 - (US-Miracle-on-the-Hudson) (NOT FOR ONLINE USE) NEW YORK. x-11s. Today marks 10 years to the day that a U-S Airways flight made a shocking, yet safe, emergency splashdown on the Hudson River. A-B-C's Kenneth Moton reports from New York. ("..and finally stopped.") (WA) (SOURCE:ABC)

TAG: There will be a ceremony today with at least 75 passengers and crew reuniting. --

NAT059 - (US-Miracle-on-the-Hudson) (NOT FOR ONLINE USE) NEW YORK. x-15s. Today marks 10 years to the day that a U-S Airways flight made a shocking, yet safe, emergency splashdown on New York's Hudson River. Captain Chesley Sullenberger, or "Sully," turned a river into a runway and helped to save the 153 passengers on board. Looking back, Sullenberger says the incident happened in the midst of the financial collapse. ("..gave us hope.") (SOURCE:ABC)

TAG: The plane was recovered and is now held at the Carolinas Aviation Museum in North Carolina. Survivors are gathering there today to mark the anniversary. They'll also make a toast at the exact time of the crash. --

NAT060 - (LNG-Pipeline-Deal) SURREY. x-17s. There will be a review of R-C-M-P actions surrounding the arrest of 14 people at a pipeline blockade in northwest B-C. Assistant commissioner Eric Stubbs says so far they haven't uncovered any issues regarding police officer conduct during the arrests lasts week. ("..that went well.") (SOURCE:The Canadian Press)

TAG: After the arrests, police and Wet'suwet'en (wet-SOO'-wed-en) hereditary chiefs entered into an agreement to allow crews with Coastal GasLink to enter into the territory to start construction on the natural gas pipeline. …

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