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A man has been arrested and charged in connection with the homicide of 17-year-old Serena Vermeersch, the Surrey, B.C., teen who was found dead on Tuesday, killed in an apparently random attack.
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Justin Trudeau's abortion policy keeps people talking
The Liberal Party wants you to know about its pro-choice abortion policy, one that's meant to set them apart from the party of the '90s, with its sizeable anti-abortion contingent, and which is expected to appeal to women voters.
Integrated-prom pioneer needs funds to visit Museum for Human Rights
A black teen from southern Georgia who planned her high school’s first mixed-race prom last year is raising money to visit Winnipeg after being honoured by the newly opened Canadian Museum for Human Rights.
Go Public Ottawa blocks Canadian from getting Syrian husband out of danger video
A Canadian woman and her Syrian husband are speaking out from a Damascus suburb because they’re frightened and desperate to get out of danger together. They’re distraught because her government is doing nothing to help.

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