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NATO secretary general visits Canada for Trudeau meeting, base tour

The secretary-general of NATO is in Canada today meeting Prime Minister Justin Trudeau. Reported by CP24

'We know they're out there somewhere,' Search continues for missing campers in Algonquin Park

Ontario Provincial Police are continuing to search the western section of Algonquin Park for two 16-year-old girls from Kitchener who vanished while on a camping trip. Reported by CP24

Bondholders lobby US to soften Venezuela sanctions

Creditor group says restrictions on trading could be forcing bonds into ‘rogue’ hands Reported by FT

May describes Trump's congresswomen tweets as 'completely unacceptable'

Theresa May has weighed in after President Donald Trump told four Democratic congresswomen, three of whom were born in the US, to 'go back' to their 'broken and crime infested' countries. Reported by SBS

Desjardins announces permanent data protection to all members following breach

The chief executive of Desjardins Group says it will offer permanent data protection to all its members -- and not just those affected by a massive personal data breach reported last month. Reported by CP24

Guatemala court blocks migration deal with US

The deal would have required migrants crossing Guatemala to seek asylum there rather than in the US. Reported by BBC News

Searchers optimistic as hunt widens for 2 teens missing at Algonquin Park

Police and search and rescue experts say the information they have and conditions in Ontario's Algonquin Park give them hope they'll find two 16-year-olds who haven't been seen since Thursday. Reported by CBC

Temporary foreign workers needed to grow processed-foods sector, says Senate report

Canada should make it easier for some temporary foreign workers to get to and stay in the country, says a Senate report released Friday morning. Reported by CBC

Elderly man dead after drowning in Burlington pool

An elderly man is dead after drowning in a pool at an apartment in Burlington on Monday morning, Halton police say. Reported by CP24

Mother charged after eight-month old baby left in locked vehicle in Oshawa

A woman who left her eight-month old son in a locked vehicle outside the Oshawa Centre over the weekend is now facing charges. Reported by CP24

RCMP investigation triggered audit of national Métis organization 

The federal government launched an ongoing financial probe of a national Métis organization following a meeting with investigators with the RCMP, CBC News has learned. Reported by CBC

MPs return to Ottawa in wake of Desjardins breach — and for some, it's personal

Today, MPs on the House of Commons public safety and national security committee briefly return to Ottawa for an emergency meeting to discuss the massive personal data breach at the Desjardins Group. For some MPs, it's personal. Reported by CBC

'A value statement': Strathcona County considers studying options to ban conversion therapy

Strathcona County is considering studying a ban on conversion therapy, joining a growing list of Alberta municipalities looking at ways to outlaw the discredited practice. Reported by CBC

Bar in 'haunted' historic Yukon hotel set to reopen

The Caribou Hotel in Carcross, Yukon, has a haunted history that dates back to the Klondike Gold Rush. Its owners have been working for years to restore the bar and hotel. Reported by CBC

Critics question why Canada's border officers need bulletproof vests to work with migrants

Canada's border-security agency will soon require all border-security officers working with detained migrants to wear defensive gear that includes batons, pepper spray and bulletproof vests — a policy that is drawing concern over a perceived "criminalization" of asylum seekers. Reported by CBC

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