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A man accused of stabbing soldiers at a Toronto military recruitment centre in March has been found fit to stand trial.
Ayanle Hassan Ali, a 27-year-old born in Montreal, allegedly stabbed several soldiers inside the recruitment centre, sending two to hospital.
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Osheaga 2016: Live coverage [Video]

Êtes-vous prêt pour le rock, les enfants?
Translation: Are you ready to rock, kids?
This year's Osheaga Music and Arts Festival kicks off with a bang on Friday in Montreal with performances by the Red Hot Chili Peppers, Cypress Hill, the Lumineers, Half Moon Run, Bloc Party, Silversun Pickups and hometown indie heroes, Wolf Parade, among others.
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Seldom have the key elements of a Cirque du Soleil show – eye-popping visuals, trippy artistic themes and gasp-inducing physicality – merged as perfectly as in the Mexican-themed fever-dream Luzia.
The entire concept seems designed to barrage the audience with colour and fantastic images.
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$500K in cash found in ice cream truck: RCMP

Mounties found far more than they were expecting when they pulled over a semi-trailer transporting ice cream earlier this week.
RCMP said the truck — which had left Toronto and was headed to B.C. — had been pulled over just before noon Monday on the outskirts of Winnipeg for a traffic stop.
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Ottawa runs $114M surplus over first 2 months of 2016-17

OTTAWA -- The federal government ran a budgetary surplus of $114 million over the first two months of the 2016-17 fiscal year.
The Finance Department's latest fiscal monitor says Ottawa's surplus of $706 million in April was followed by a deficit of $592 million in May.
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An Ottawa woman recently profiled by this paper for overcoming her drug addiction to graduate from high school said she was left “humiliated” and in tears after a Bank Street medical clinic refused to give her an allergy test because she once had hepatitis C.
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Computers hacked at Democrats' House Campaign Committee

WASHINGTON -- The computers of the House Democratic campaign committee have been hacked in an intrusion that investigators say resembles the recent cyber breach of the Democratic National Committee, a spokeswoman for the committee said Friday.
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Hillary Clinton's big speech last night drew wild enthusiasm from Democratic convention-goers in Philadelphia, but the joy didn't end there.
The tens of thousands of balloons that came floating down from the rafters of the Wells Fargo Centre had them reacting as if they were seeing snow for the first time.
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OTTAWA — The Alberta wildfires torched the Canadian economy in May, which saw the GDP contract by 0.6 per cent — the country’s deepest one-month decline in more than seven years.
On Friday, Statistics Canada’s latest reading for real gross domestic product revealed the extent of the economic damage caused by the blaze that roared through the heart of oilsands country.
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Conservatives surprised American Sniper actor Bradley Cooper is a Democrat

Bradley Cooper's appearance at the Democratic National Convention has irked some conservative fans of the actor's portrayal of Navy SEAL Chris Kyle in 2014's American Sniper.
Cooper was spotted by TV cameras Wednesday night seated at the convention in Philadelphia alongside his Russian model girlfriend, Irina Shayk.
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TORONTO -- A man accused of stabbing soldiers at a Toronto military recruitment centre in March has been found fit to stand trial.
Ayanle Hassan Ali, a 27-year-old born in Montreal, allegedly stabbed several soldiers inside the recruitment centre, sending two to hospital.
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6 more Michigan public workers charged in Flint water crisis

FLINT, Mich. -- Six current or former state employees were charged Friday with misconduct and other crimes in the Flint water crisis, bringing to nine the number of public officials facing prosecution over the lead contamination that alarmed parents across the country.
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