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International media spotlight on Emerson as more asylum seekers cross border on foot
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The flow of asylum seekers crossing the Canada-U.S. border is putting the small town of Emerson, Man. into the international media spotlight. According to 2016 Census data from Statistics Canada, the community located just over 100 kilometers south of ...
3 steps the government must take to regain control of immigrationCBC.ca

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Want millennial voters? Conservatives must change, researchers say
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Researchers brought a sobering message to the annual convention of the right-leaning Manning Centre Friday: most voters under 35 aren't connecting with the conservative movement, and if it wants to reach them, more than just messaging needs to change.

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BC social worker wants 'Alex Alerts' to protect at-risk children across provincial lines
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A social worker who tried to prevent Alexandru Radita from being returned to his parents' custody says the social safety net failed the diabetic boy, who weighed 37 pounds when he died at 15 years old in 2013. A Calgary judge found the parents of ...
Raditas guilty of 1st-degree murder of teen son who weighed 37 lb. at deathCBC.ca
'They knew he was dying': Parents guilty of 1st-degree murder in son's deathCTV News
Diabetic teen 'lived and died alone,' starved by his parents, court toldCalgary Herald
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Despite verdict, Doug Snelgrove still faces plenty of trouble
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After the jury's not guilty verdict in the sexual assault trial against Royal Newfoundland Constabulary Const. Carl Douglas (Doug) Snelgrove, the officer faces harsh judgement in the court of public opinion and further discipline from the RNC. Protest ...
Newfoundland police officer acquitted in contentious sexual assault caseCTV News
Snelgrove found not guiltyThe Telegram
Snelgrove's Future With RNC Uncertain After Not Guilty VerdictVOCM
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Man in his 20s injured in shooting in front of downtown diner
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Toronto police are investigating after a man in his 20s was injured in a shooting early Saturday in front of Thompson Diner downtown. Const. Craig Brister, spokesperson for the Toronto Police Service, said police received a call around 5:20 a.m. for a ...
Suspect sought after shooting outside Thompson DinerCTV News
Male suspect sought in downtown Toronto shooting: policeGlobalnews.ca

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Death involving Via Rail train shuts down Lakeshore East GO train line
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A death involving a Via Rail train has caused a shut down of the Lakeshore East GO train line. Metrolinx spokesperson Anne Marie Aikins said a person died on the tracks Saturday morning. The death involved a VIA train on the tracks right next to the GO ...
Go Train service halted on the Lakeshore East Line in Ajax640 Toronto News
GO trains disrupted after person hit by VIA train in Whitbydurhamregion.com

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1 dead, 2 injured in fire at group home for teens in Kawartha Lakes
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Ontario Provincial Police are investigating a fatal fire at a group home for teenagers in the Kawartha Lakes area. Members of the OPP's Kawartha Lakes Detachment were called to the youth facility northwest of the Village of Oakwood late Friday afternoon.
One dead, two hurt in fire after disturbance at youth group home near Oakwood in City of Kawartha LakesPeterborough Examiner
One dead, two injured in Kawartha Lakes youth facility fireBarrieToday

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