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Canada determined to fight back as softwood lumber duties begin anew
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Canadian government and industry officials are set to fire back today after the U.S. Commerce Department hit softwood lumber imports with duties ranging from three to 24 per cent. Prime Minister Justin Trudeau, speaking to technology workers Tuesday ...
US President Trump takes first swing in lumber warCTV News
Trudeau warns 'thickening' border over lumber, dairy will hurt both US, CanadaToronto Star
Trudeau confident Canada will work through US softwood lumber tariffsNews1130
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Trudeau says his dad went to bat for son Michel when he was charged with pot possession
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Prime Minister Justin Trudeau says that when his late brother Michel was charged with pot possession, his father's resources, legal network and connections helped make the charge "go away," and that he will introduce a "process" to help other Canadians ...
Prime Minister Trudeau photographed with former VP of group on Canada's terror listNational Post
Trudeau says his father got his brother help in dealing with pot chargeCTV News
Trudeau Confirms Feds Will Ensure Access To Legal Pot If Provinces Don't ActHuffington Post Canada
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Man charged after female TV reporter hit with sexist slur in NL
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ST. JOHN'S, N.L. -- A 27-year-old Newfoundland man has been charged for allegedly yelling a sexually explicit phrase at a TV journalist, who went to police with the complaint because she said she has had enough of being harassed with the vulgar ...

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Where in BC have the party leaders been campaigning? A snapshot at the halfway point
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B.C. Liberal Leader Christy Clark, NDP Leader John Horgan and Green Party Leader Andrew Weaver have tried dramatically different strategies in the first half of the campaign when it comes to their travel schedules. Two weeks in, Clark and Horgan have ...
NDP jumps to double-digit lead on Lower Mainland surgeVancouver Sun
Christy Clark explains difference between Liberal, NDP donationsCTV News
Not Easy Being Green? Examining the Party's ContradictionsTheTyee.ca
Straight.com -Times Colonist -Kelowna Capital News -Prince George Citizen
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The Globe and Mail
The Audacity of Canada 150; a Lie Designed To Erase Our Legacy of Genocide
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Indigenous activist from the Secwepemc Nation Kanahus Manuel confronts Carolyn Bennett, Minister of Indigenous and Northern Affairs yesterday after she addressed the delegates at the opening ceremony at the United Nations Permanent Forum on ...
Indigenous leaders at UN headquarters to discuss landmark rights declarationCBC.ca
Ottawa drops objections to UN resolution on Indigenous consentThe Globe and Mail

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Kings County man dies after motorcycle hits dog
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A 66-year-old Centreville, N.S., man is dead after his motorcycle struck a dog in Kings County Monday afternoon, according to RCMP. The crash happened around 3:30 p.m. in the community of Medford, near Canning. The man was riding his motorcycle down ...
Driver dies after motorcycle collides with dog in Kings County, NSCTV News
Collision kills man, dog near CanningTheChronicleHerald.ca
Collision results in the death of motorcylist in MedfordThe Register/Advertiser
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Toronto Sun
Pair sought after abused dog abandoned at eatery put down
Toronto Sun
The hunt is on for two men wanted for animal cruelty after a lap dog was abandoned on the patio of a fast-food restaurant in Brampton with such severe injuries that it had to be put down. Peel Regional Police say security cameras captured two men ...
2 suspects sought after 'seriously injured' dog left on patio had to be euthanizedCBC.ca
Badly injured Yorkshire Terrier euthanized after being ditched in Brampton: policeGlobalnews.ca

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Bridgepoint resident, 68, charged with manslaughter after woman, 90, dies
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A 68-year-old man has been charged with manslaughter after a 90-year-old woman died of her injuries following an assault at Toronto's Bridgepoint hospital in February. Both the accused and victim were residents at the 464-bed rehabilitation and complex ...
Man charged with manslaughter in elderly woman's hospital death680 News
Toronto man faces manslaughter charge in death of 90-year-old hospital residentCTV News
Bridgepoint hospital resident, 68, charged with manslaughter in 90-year-old's deathToronto Star
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Meeting yes, media no: FFAW to hear from protesters but not interested in 'spectacle'
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The Fish, Food and Allied Workers (FFAW) will meet with fish harvesters who protested outside the union building on Monday, but says media will not be allowed to sit in. FISH-NL demonstrators disperse from FFAW offices after demands not met. "To have ...

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Burnaby apartment fire leaves two people with severe burns
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Two people are being treated for severe burns following a fire at a highrise on McMurray Avenue and Grange Street in Burnaby. At around 9pm Monday, flames swept through the kitchen of an apartment on the seventh floor. Assistant fire chief Gavin ...
2 people badly burned after fire rips through Burnaby high-riseCTV News
Two seriously injured after huge fire at Burnaby high-riseNews1130
Two hospitalized, one in critical condition, after Burnaby apartment fireVancouver Sun
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