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Angelina Jolie says a lack of political will is hindering the fight against sexual violence in warzones. The actress and UN Refugee Agency special envoy addressed a United Nations conference in Vancouver.

Former ski coach Bertrand Charest has been found guilty in Quebec on 37 charges related to sexual exploitation and sexual assault of his young female students. A Crown prosecutor says she is satisfied with the verdict.

Toronto criminal lawyer Christopher Hicks talks about the Bill Cosby mistrial with CTV.

Prime Minister Justin Trudeau is defending the government’s new security legislation as striking a balance between safety and freedoms. Conservative Leader Andrew Scheer says the bill would strip law enforcement of “proactive” tools.

Finance Minister Bill Morneau says keeping taxes on legal marijuana low is key to squeezing out criminal enterprises. Morneau met with provincial counterparts Monday to discuss how cannabis will be taxed after its slated legalization next July. 

William Sandeson has been found guilty of first-degree murder in the death of fellow Halifax university student Taylor Samson. Friends and family say they hope the verdict will help lead to Samson's body being found.

Prime Minister Justin Trudeau says the Liberals won’t impose the five per cent broadband Internet tax recommended by a parliamentary committee. Heritage Minister Melanie Joly reiterated the pledge in question period Thursday.

No motive for the crime has emerged from a sentencing hearing for a teen who killed four people in La Loche, Saskatchewan last year. Crown prosecutor Lloyd Stang says the reasons behind the school shooting might never be known.

The jury in Bill Cosby's sexual assault trial resumes deliberations on Tuesday. On Monday jurors revisited the portion of a 2005 civil deposition where Cosby talked about giving Andrea Constand pills. He later told police they were Benadryl. 

Statistics Canada has reported a five per cent rise in hate crimes in 2015. The National Council of Canadian Muslims says Stephen Harper’s rhetoric in the 2015 campaign likely contributed to discrimination against Muslim women.

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