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Two men injured in shooting in Surrey, B.C., appears targeted, RCMP say

SURREY, B.C. — RCMP say two men are injured after a shooting in Surrey, B.C., on Friday evening.

Mounties responded to a report of a shooting at a residence just before 8 p.m. 45 more words

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Woman dead after car crashes into a store in Mono, Ont., provincial police say

MONO, Ont. — Provincial police say a woman is dead after a car crashed into building southwest of Barrie, Ont.

OPP say the woman drove into a general store around 4 a.m on Saturday in Mono, Ont. 32 more words

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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. 72 more words

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Regina police officer charged with impaired driving after hit-and-run

Regina police say a member of the force has been charged after a hit-and-run on Wednesday.

Police say the two-vehicle crash occurred around 10 p.m. and one of the drivers fled the scene. 65 more words

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Toronto police chief says shooting that injured 4 the result of gang violence

Toronto is on track to expect “hundreds” of more gang-related shootings before the end of the year, said Toronto Police Chief Mark Saunders following a Saturday morning shooting in the city’s north end that injured four men. 341 more words

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Woman dead after two-vehicle collision in Picton, Ont., police say

PICTON, Ont. — Provincial police say a woman is dead after a car crash south of Belleville, Ont.

OPP say they were called to the two-vehicle collision on Friday just before 7:30 p.m. 51 more words

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Trudeau to meet with U.K. and Japanese prime ministers ahead of G7 summit

BIARRITZ, France — As leaders of the now-fractious Group of Seven countries gathered in France on Saturday, even the weather seemed divided.

Beams of sunlight cut through dark clouds as the G7 leaders paraded in for a greeting from French President Emmanuel Macron at the launch of this year’s summit, which is expected to be driven by debates over the merits of free trade and nationalism. 926 more words

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