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Sea lion pulls young girl into water off Steveston Wharf in Richmond, B.C.

A young girl was pulled into the water near Richmond, B.C., by a sea lion Saturday in a dramatic scene which was captured on video.

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Trudeau drops in on group of high school grads while jogging in Vancouver

Prime Minister Justin Trudeau was running along the Stanley Park Seawall on Friday when he passed by a group of high school grads.

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Manitoba man charged after Amber Alert ends with girl, 2, found safe

A Brandon, Man., man is facing several charges in connection with an Amber Alert in northern Ontario involving a two-year-old girl, Ontario Provincial Police say. 

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PC and Wildrose leaders sign agreement in principle to unite parties

The leaders of Alberta’s PC and Wildrose parties have signed an agreement to establish the framework to bring them together and say ratification plans are underway.

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Canada backs recommendation for Magnitsky Act targeting human rights violators

Foreign Affairs Minister Chrystia Freeland said the government has agreed to create a so-called Magnitsky Act that would expand Canada’s international sanctions law to target gross human rights violators.

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Ottawa reviews Boeing military bids after U.S. targets Bombardier

The federal government says it’s reviewing Boeing’s efforts to win Canadian military contracts after the U.S. government formally launched investigations into the aircraft giant’s allegations that Bombardier received subsidies allowing it to sell its CSeries planes at below-market prices.

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Trudeau shrugs off pressure to make decision on Mali peacekeeping mission

Prime Minister Justin Trudeau shrugged off calls Friday for a decision on whether to send troops to Mali, saying his government will take the “appropriate” time needed to decide on a peacekeeping mission.

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Refugees from Central America a humanitarian crisis on Canada’s doorstep, says aid agency

Doctors Without Borders says the Liberal government must do something about the humanitarian crisis on its doorstep by making asylum easier for refugees fleeing the northern triangle of Central America. 

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Apparent street racing crash in Mississauga sends 3 people to hospital

Three people were taken to hospital with non-life threatening injuries after a reported street racing collision in Mississauga early Saturday morning.

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Quebec flooding: Maximum water levels about to be reached, public security minister says

Water levels in Quebec are about to reach their peak, Public Security Minister Martin Coiteux said in an update of the floods Monday morning.

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British Columbia election ‘too close to call’ according to new Ipsos poll

A new poll released a day before the B.C. provincial election says the race between the BC Liberals and BC NDP is “too close to call.”

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Country in crisis: New opioid prescribing guidelines released

A team led by researchers from McMaster University has released new guidelines for prescribing opioid painkillers, in an effort to curb surging overdose rates across the country.

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