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The body of a South Korean boy whose shaking voice first raised the alarm that a passenger ferry with hundreds on board was in trouble has been found, his parents believe.
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McDonald's Canada is putting its temporary foreign worker program on hold while a third party conducts an audit on its use of the plan.
Rehtaeh Parsons suspects' lawyers want Crown to testify
Defence lawyers for the two teenagers accused in the Rehtaeh Parsons case want a Nova Scotia Crown attorney to testify about his role in the matter.
Weyburn restaurant defends staffing moves and use of foreign temps
The owners of the Weyburn, Sask., restaurant at the centre of controversy over its use of the Temporary Foreign Worker Program, say recent staffing changes were related to a "restructuring" of their hours of operation and no waitresses lost their jobs to workers from abroad.

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