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Liberals urge 'calm' in dealing with Trump
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OTTAWA — One of the Trudeau government’s top guns on dealing with Donald Trump — retired general Andrew Leslie — says former U.S. president Barack Obama issued more executive orders in his first days in power than the current White House occupant. Leslie, who was appointed earlier this month as parliamentary secretary to the foreign minister, offered that piece of U.S. presidential trivia on...

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Graphic details emerge at triple murder trial
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CALGARY — Computer searches about killing, dismembered bodies and adult diapering were on a hard drive found hidden at the residence of an Alberta man charged with murder of a Calgary couple and their five-year-old grandson. Douglas Garland, 57, is charged with three counts of first-degree murder in the June 30, 2014, disappearance of Alvin and Kathy Liknes and Nathan O’Brien. The jury was...

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Le Pen calls Quebec mosque shooting 'deplorable'
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QUEBEC — A French far-right party whose leader’s anti-Muslim views were apparently shared by the man accused of killing six people at a Quebec City mosque is calling the mass shooting “deplorable.” Alexandre Bissonnette, a 27-year-old university student charged with murder and attempted murder in the Sunday night massacre, was a fan of Marine Le Pen, the leader of the National...

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Former Bathurst Street parking lot could become green space
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While plans to turn a long-derelict parcel of land near the foot of Bathurst Street into a city park will take time — if those plans are realized at all — a new concept would see the site activated with a fresh concept for a retail market in the interim. Ward 19 councillor Mike Layton (Trinity-Spadina) is hoping to convert the property at 28...

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