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Cornwall lawyer expecting more calls from asylum seekers fleeing the US
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At least 100 asylum seekers from the U.S. have settled into a temporary intake centre in Cornwall, Ont., and as more are expected to arrive, one immigration lawyer says he is eager to help. Gordon Campbell, a lawyer with the firm Aubrey Campbell McLean ...
Almost 7000 migrants have walked into Quebec since Canada DayToronto Star
Ontario to open shelter to help assist with influx of asylum seekersThe Globe and Mail
Ottawa announces new measures to help with influx of asylum seekersCTV News
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Alberta government calls on UCP to denounce Rebel Media, racism
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The two front-runners vying to lead Alberta's new United Conservative Party were challenged Thursday to publicly renounce Rebel Media and distance themselves from the far-right organization, which has come under increasing scrutiny since violent ...
Why the Rebel's yell won't be stifled so quicklyMacleans.ca

The Globe and Mail
American dairy divided: Some want Canada's supply management left alone in NAFTA
The Globe and Mail
The American dairy industry is split on the question of Canada's supply-management system as national negotiators get set to hold their first session on agriculture Saturday in North American free trade talks. A vocal contingent of American farmers ...
Western farmers worry they'll pay the price of saving supply management under NAFTACBC.ca
The Trump administration's claim that the US government 'certified' 700000 jobs lost by NAFTAWashington Post
Editorial: Canada can't blink on Free TradeThe Guardian
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CTV News
Ex neo-Nazi says Charlottesville protest an opportunity for parents to combat hate
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VANCOUVER - A former neo-Nazi from Vancouver says the violence in Charlottesville, Va., presents an opportunity for parents and educators to become more aware of how easily youth can be lured into a seemingly exciting but potentially deadly world of ...
Five stories in the news for today, Aug. 18TheChronicleHerald.ca

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CBC.ca
CW Jefferys principal will be replaced but departure not connected to Jeremiah Perry's death, TDSB says
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The principal who became the face of C. W. Jefferys Collegiate Institute after the death of student Jeremiah Perry on a canoe trip earlier this summer will not be returning to the school in September, CBC Toronto has learned. When asked if the decision ...
Education minister 'deeply troubled' by drowning death of teenCTV News

News1130
State of emergency set to expire as wildfires continue to burn
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KAMLOOPS (NEWS 1130) – 900,000 hectares has been scorched in BC so far this year, shattering a record set in 1958 when more than 8,500 square kilometres were lost. “That number does make this the record highest fire season in terms of hectares ...

CBC.ca
'That's the whole chapter': OPP Hells Angel specialist praises arrests
CBC.ca
The arrest of nine P.E.I. men police believe are part of a Hells Angels hangaround chapter in Charlottetown is a significant move, says a gang expert with the Ontario Provincial Police. "That's the whole chapter there. I think that will have a big ...
9 men tied to Toronto-area Hells Angels chapter arrested by police in PEIGlobalnews.ca

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Windsor Star
Elderly Windsor man accused of historical sexual assaults
Windsor Star
A 73-year-old Windsor man is facing multiple sexual assault charges in relation to incidents that allegedly occurred more than 30 years ago — and Toronto police say there may be more victims. Earl Ray Stevens of Windsor was arrested by Toronto police ...
Windsor man faces historical sex assault charges in TorontoCBC.ca
Windsor Man Charged In Historical Sexual Assault In TorontoBlackburnNews.com

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Times Colonist
Former MP wants Philpott to intervene in department handling of drug safety law
Times Colonist
Conservative MP Terence Young speaks during a press conference as Frank Clegg, right, of Canadians For Safe Technology looks on, in Ottawa on Monday, January 19, 2015. Young is calling for Health Minister Jane Philpott to intervene in her department's ...

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Globalnews.ca
UCP internal audit reveals other members made expense claim errors
Globalnews.ca
The United Conservative Party (UCP) says a review of expenses claimed by its caucus members found errors that add up to $557.30. UCP interim leader Nathan Cooper said the money has been returned to the Alberta legislature and he is taking steps to ...
Your letters for Friday, Aug. 18Calgary Herald
Audit of UCP MLA expenses uncovers $557 in invalid paymentsCBC.ca
With questionable integrity, some politicians still stretch expense rulesMedicine Hat News
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