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NDP Leader Tom Mulcair is questioning why edible marijuana is not included in the government’s bill to legalize pot. Public Safety Minister Ralph Goodale says work is ongoing to regulate cannabis in “all of its forms.”

Justin Trudeau says renewing the relationship between Ottawa and Canada's indigenous people will be a lengthy and "complex" process. The prime minister wrapped up a cabinet retreat Monday in Sudbury, Ontario.

A judge has reserved decision on whether a farmer accused in the fatal shooting of Colten Boushie should get bail. Protesters chanted "Justice for Colten" as Gerald Stanley, who has pleaded not guilty, left court in custody Thursday.

he public safety minister says Ottawa is eyeing mandatory counter-radicalization counselling for people under anti-terrorism peace bonds. Jihadi sympathizer Aaron Driver, who was under a peace bond, was killed by police last week.

The prime minister says it can be tough to balance public safety with civil liberties. Justin Trudeau was questioned Tuesday about the monitoring of an alleged terrorist plot in Ontario that led to the death of Aaron Driver.

Public Safety Minister Ralph Goodale says the government monitors all terror threats, but says there will be times when information comes from an ally. Police received a tip from the FBI on Ontario terror suspect Aaron Driver.

Police activities continued into Thursday morning in Strathroy, Ontario. Terrorism suspect Aaron Driver was killed in a confrontation with police in the southern Ontario town.

RCMP say an early-morning FBI tip about a videotaped bomb threat led them to the Strathroy, Ontario residence of Aaron Driver. Police say the known terrorist sympathizer detonated an explosive device in a taxi before he was killed.

At a rally in North Carolina, Republican presidential nominee Donald Trump said Second Amendment supporters may be able to figure out a way to stop Hillary Clinton from picking federal judges as president. It wasn't clear what Trump meant.

Saskatchewan Premier Brad Wall says he is "very disappointed" in his deputy Don McMorris after he was charged with impaired driving on Friday. Wall says McMorris has resigned and is seeking counselling.
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