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Federal NDP leader Singh makes stop in Edmonton, party's lone Alberta riding

Federal NDP Leader Jagmeet Singh visited the party's lone riding in Alberta on Saturday in an effort to build momentum in the province ahead of the fall election.
The New Democrats have failed to translate strong support for the Alberta NDP into gains at the federal level.
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Police say man left photocopy of his face after alleged break-in

Toronto police are asking for help identifying a man who allegedly broke into a commercial property and left a photocopy of his face behind.
Police say they were called to the property on Friday for a break and enter in the city's north end.
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Police investigate racist rant in Richmond, B.C., parking lot captured on video

Police are investigating a confrontation caught on video in a Richmond, B.C., parking lot Friday afternoon that saw a woman yell racial slurs at a family over a parking dispute. 
The video, which initially circulated on the social media platform WeChat, shows two cars parked with their front bumpers touching outside the Richlea Square Shopping Centre.
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Man who went missing from Toronto mental health hospital located

Toronto police say a man who disappeared from a mental health hospital on Friday afternoon was found on Saturday.
Police say the 35-year-old had last been seen during an escorted walk on Friday afternoon at the Centre for Addiction and Mental Health.
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Police investigating racist rant in Richmond, B.C., parking lot captured on video

Police are investigating a confrontation caught on video in a Richmond, B.C., parking lot Friday afternoon that saw a woman yell racial slurs at a family over a parking dispute. 
The video, which initially circulated on the social media platform WeChat, shows two cars parked with their front bumpers touching outside the Richlea Square Shopping Centre.
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Man who poses public safety concern missing from Toronto mental health hospital

Toronto police say a man who poses a public safety concern has gone missing from a mental health hospital -- the latest in a spate of disappearances from the facility.
Police say Gashawbeza Gashaw Kefene, 35, was last seen during an escorted walk on Friday afternoon at the Centre for Addiction and Mental Health.
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G7 summit in France 'last moment' to restore unity among world leaders

The president of the European Council sounded an ominous warning for the G7 as leaders of the world's major democracies began arriving Saturday in the French seaside resort of Biarritz for their annual summit. 
Donald Tusk did not mince words about the state of discord among nations and whether there is enough political will to address the rise of authoritarian states, halt emerging trade wars and fight the disastrous effects of climate change.
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A century of Coca-Cola memorabilia up for auction in Calgary

A century of Coca-Cola memorabilia made up of more than 1,000 items is up for auction in Calgary.
The collection, some of which can be previewed on Hall’s Auction Services’ website, includes mini-fridges, signage, clocks and dozens of bottles mostly from the mid-20th century with some dating back as far as 1908.
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G7 summit in France 'last moment' to restore unity among world leaders: Tusk

The president of the European Council sounded an ominous warning for the G7 as leaders of the world's major democracies began arriving Saturday in the French seaside resort of Biarritz for their annual summit. 
Donald Tusk did not mince words about the state of discord among nations and whether there is enough political will to address the rise of authoritarian states, halt emerging trade wars and fight the disastrous effects of climate change.
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Corn feast at Saskatoon Farmers' Market cancelled as 2019 tough year for producers

The Saskatoon Farmers' Market was set to celebrate its 44th year with a corn-focused feast, but the event had to be cancelled since it's been a challenging year for corn producers across the prairies.
Last year's event included the corn feast and a corn shucking contest amidst the twang of banjo music.
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Laval MP Eva Nassif 'pushed out' by Liberal Party, riding president says

Laval's outgoing Liberal MP for the Vimy riding says she will be pulling out of politics before the upcoming election this fall.
Eva Nassif bid farewell to her constituents Thursday evening, posting a lengthy resignation letter to social media.
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Firefighter injured in London, Ont., house explosion released from hospital

LONDON, Ont. - Officials say a firefighter seriously injured after a house explosion in London, Ont., last week has been released from hospital.
Platoon Fire Chief Kirk Loveland says the firefighter is expected to make a full recovery after the blast, which was triggered when a car slammed into a home and hit a gas line.
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Four people injured after shooting in Toronto's Glen Park neighbourhood

Four people sustained non-life threatening injuries in a shooting in the city’s Glen Park neighbourhood overnight and the hunt is now on for three suspects who were seen fleeing the scene in a dark-coloured vehicle.
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