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Man pronounced dead at scene of Regent Park shooting - CBC.ca

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Man pronounced dead at scene of Regent Park shooting
CBC.ca
A man is dead following a shooting in Regent Park Tuesday afternoon
Police were called to 230 Sackville Street, an apartment building near Dundas Street East, around 4:21 p.m., Gary Long, a spokesperson for Toronto police, told CBC Toronto
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Tori Stafford's family angry after child killer sent to Saskatchewan healing lodge - CBC.ca

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Tori Stafford's family angry after child killer sent to Saskatchewan healing lodge
CBC.ca
The family of murdered schoolgirl Tori Stafford says they're angry after receiving official notice from Corrections Canada that one of the girl's killers has been transferred to a minimum security aboriginal healing lodge in Saskatchewan
Terri-Lynne ...

MANDEL: Easy time for child killer is a disgraceToronto Sun

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NAFTA's future is uncertain, but here's one plausible scenario - Macleans.ca

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NAFTA's future is uncertain, but here's one plausible scenario
Macleans.ca
It's been more than a year since the NAFTA renegotiations foisted on Canada and Mexico by U.S
President Donald Trump started, and so many so-called deadlines have come and gone since then that the word has lost its bite
But this week, say senior ...

Trade Deal Could Move Ahead Without Canada, US Official SaysWall Street Journal
Trump Trade Negotiator Warns That Canada Is Running Out of TimeNew York Times
US will continue trade talks with Canada if deadline missed, Trump's top negotiator saysOurWindsor.ca

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US Senate to vote on Trump's Supreme Court nominee, Judge Kavanaugh, on Friday - Express.co.uk

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US Senate to vote on Trump's Supreme Court nominee, Judge Kavanaugh, on Friday
Express.co.uk
The vote will come less than 24 hours after Christine Blasey Ford testifies before the Senate, after accusing Mr Kavanaugh of sexual misconduct dating back to his school and college days
Senior Senate Republicans said a vote in the full Senate could ...

I believe Brett Kavanaugh's accusers because they're credible, not because I 'believe all women'Toronto Star
Deborah Ramirez's Allegation Against Brett Kavanaugh Raises Classic Questions of Campus Assault CasesThe New Yorker
Graham Goes Too Far in Kavanaugh's DefenseFactCheck.org
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Pilot pronounced dead after helicopter crashes in Whitchurch-Stouffville - CBC.ca

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Pilot pronounced dead after helicopter crashes in Whitchurch-Stouffville
CBC.ca
The pilot is dead after a helicopter crashed in Whitchurch-Stouffville Tuesday afternoon, according to police
Emergency crews were called at about 2:20 p.m
to the area of Warden Avenue and Aurora Road
York Region firefighters had received ...

One person dead after helicopter crashes in Stouffville, police sayGlobalnews.ca
Pilot dead after helicopter crash in Markham: policeCTV News

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Jason Kenney denies sowing confusion on trip to India - Globalnews.ca

Globalnews.ca

Jason Kenney denies sowing confusion on trip to India
Globalnews.ca
WATCH: Alberta UCP leader Jason Kenney is defending a recent trip to India after Alberta's trade minister said his office has to do damage control with officials in that country
Blake Lough reports.

Trudeau overreaching on efforts to undo Harper legacy, says NotleyNational Observer
Alberta United Conservative leader says no confusion sowed on India tripBOE Report (press release)

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Environment Canada: 6 tornados hit Ottawa-area last Friday - CTV News

CTV News

Environment Canada: 6 tornados hit Ottawa-area last Friday
CTV News
As a sense of normalcy began to return to the Ottawa-area on Tuesday following the Sept
21 tornados, Environment Canada is now saying six twisters are to blame for the severe damage and lengthy power outages that have swept the region
The federal ...

Schools, offices reopen in Ottawa as tornado cleanup continuesThe Loop (blog)

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Quebec election: talk of minority government, money hidden out of country - TheSpec.com

Quebec election: talk of minority government, money hidden out of country
TheSpec.com
MONTREAL ? The possibility of a minority government and insinuations of money hidden outside the country dominated on Day 34 of the Quebec election campaign Tuesday
Questions of coalition governments arose after Monday's election in New ...


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Veterans Affairs to stop giving future benefits to family members in prison; Chris Garnier case unchanged - Globalnews.ca

Globalnews.ca

Veterans Affairs to stop giving future benefits to family members in prison; Chris Garnier case unchanged
Globalnews.ca
Veterans Affairs Minister Seamus O'Regan said Tuesday "treatment benefits are not to be provided to a veteran's family member who is incarcerated in a federal facility." X
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Ottawa proposes $100M class-action settlement for disabled vetsSalmon Arm Observer
Veterans still facing difficulty accessing benefits, ombudsman saysSalmon Arm Observer

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F-bomb in parliament - Castanet.net

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F-bomb in parliament
Castanet.net
New Democrat MP Romeo Saganash apologized to the House of Commons Tuesday after using the F-word to describe Prime Minister Justin Trudeau's relationship with Indigenous peoples
During question period, the NDP's reconciliation critic said the ...

NDP MP apologizes for saying Trudeau 'doesn't give a f? about Indigenous rights' in QPGlobalnews.ca
AFN national chief suggests moving Trans Mountain pipeline routeChilliwack Progress

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