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Five headlines for Sunday morning

Here are five headlines for Sunday, Sept. 25.
Morning Headlines

Here are five headlines for this morning:

1) The federal government has approved Nova Scotia's request for federal assistance and will deploy the Canadian Armed Forces to assist in recovery from the devastation wreaked by post-tropical storm Fiona.

2) The federal government unlikely to declare victory on COVID-19 despite loosening travel restrictions, officials say.

3) A gray seal that wandered into a Massachusetts pond and evaded authorities’ attempts to capture him turned himself in after waddling up to the local police station.

4) Oliver & Bonacini Hospitality says Canadian restaurateur Peter Oliver has died at 74, after a battle with cancer. He was the co-founder of the company behind luxurious Toronto restaurants Canoe, Auberge du Pommier, Luma and Biff's Bistro.

5) With a tropical storm tracking toward Florida, the US space agency has postponed its Artemis 1 mission for the third time.

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