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Passengers line up at Pierre Elliott Trudeau airport in Montreal on Tuesday after Air Canada customer service agents walked off the job. (Graham Hughes/Canadian Press)

1. Ottawa ready to legislate end to Air Canada strike

The federal government is set to introduce legislation aimed at ending the Air Canada strike if the airline and its customer service and sales staff can't reach a deal.
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2. Drug raids target Que. Mohawk communities

A major police operation is underway involving 500 police officers in the Mohawk community of Kanesatake, Que., located about 60 kilometres northwest of Montreal.

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3. Michele Bachmann enters U.S. presidential race

Minnesota congresswoman Michele Bachmann, an outspoken Republican with close ties to the U.S. Tea Party movement, announced Monday that she is running for president, a candidacy that could further shake up a volatile fight for the Republican nomination.

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4. Insurance claim denied, despite video of theft

A couple whose belongings were stolen from their downtown Vancouver condominium garage can't understand why TD Insurance denied their claim -- despite video surveillance evidence, police reports and witnesses that all attest to the crime.

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5. Defeated Canucks fans look to Game 7

Vancouver Canucks fans seem undaunted by the rollercoaster swings in the Stanley Cup final series, with a pattern of close wins at home and embarrassing losses in Boston against the Bruins.

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