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From Ottawa to the Torngat Mountains: Environment minister tours Inuit-led park

By CBC News Canada’s Environment and Climate Change Minister is raving about her experience touring one of this country’s best kept secrets: the Torngat Mountains. Click for Full Story:

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The idea of an elected Senate has been left for dead

By Aaron Wherry When Bob Runciman was appointed to the upper house in 2010, it was still possible to believe that an elected Senate was a distinct possibility. Now, the cause of an elected Senate seems dead. Or at least fast asleep. Click for Full Story:

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Winnipeg protesters surveilled, threatened with arrest by private security firm

By Austin Grabish The owner of a plot of land south of downtown Winnipeg is contemplating deploying a private security firm to arrest protesters camped out on the private property. Click for Full Story:

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Trump Jr.’s northern B.C. vacation coincides with friend’s hyped-up hunting trip

By Andrew Kurjata As questions continue to swirl over his meeting with a Russian lawyer in June 2016, Donald Trump Jr. was seen at an airport restaurant in Prince George, B.C., Wednesday afternoon. Click for Full Story:

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22-year-old man dies after being punched inside Starbucks in Burnaby, B.C.

By Anita Bathe and Lisa Johnson A fight witnesses say started with a tossed cigarette butt ended with the death of Michael Page-Vincelli. Officials in Burnaby, B.C., are investigating his death as a homicide. Click for Full Story:

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Youth homelessness linked to foster care system in new study

By Jordan Press A first-of-its-kind study in Canada is drawing a link between youth homelessness levels and a foster care system that researchers say could be playing a more active role in keeping young people off the streets. Click for Full Story:

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Montreal man fined $11.2M, to serve jail time for market manipulation scheme

By Verity Stevenson Quebec’s securities regulator says Jean-Fran├žois Amyot was involved in fraudulent penny stock practices it refers to as a “pump and dump” scheme. Click for Full Story:

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Sentence proposed for triple murderer Derek Saretzky ‘unduly long and harsh,’ says his lawyer

By Meghan Grant If the Crown gets its way, triple murderer Derek Saretzky will be 99 years old before he can even ask for parole. But Saretzky’s lawyer says parole ineligibility for 75 years would be a “crushing” and “unduly long and harsh” sentence that wouldn’t motivate his client to be a model inmate. Click for Full Story:

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