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Hundreds of RCMP officers attended the Moncton, N.B., funeral of Const. Frank Deschenes, who was killed last week in a traffic collision. In a eulogy, a friend spoke of Deschenes' excitement at marrying the "woman of his dreams.”

In Canadian business this week, B.C. Premier Christy Clark and her Ontario counterpart Kathleen Wynne visit China to foster trade relationships. Companies including SNC-Lavalin, Torstar and Telus release earnings reports.

 

 

Patrick Brazeau says he hopes to resume his Senate career as soon as possible, after being granted an unconditional discharge Wednesday on assault and cocaine charges he had plead guilty to. Brazeau still faces a fraud trial.     
 
 

Justin Trudeau says he had a "great conversation" that touched on many topics with Ontario's premier Tuesday. The prime minister-designate greeted Kathleen Wynne with a hug before their meeting in Toronto. Ontario lawyers: what do you hope they talked about?

Dennis Oland says he wasn't involved in his father's death in a 2011 police interview video from the day Richard Oland's body was found. The video was shown to the murder trial of Dennis Oland, who has pleaded not guilty.

WARNING: DISTURBING CONTENT. The trial of Toronto police officer Const. James Forcillo, accused in the shooting death of Sammy Yatim, was shown video of the incident from cameras inside the streetcar.

Oscar Pistorius, who killed his girlfriend, is under house arrest after release from prison. Some in South Africa think he's received preferential treatment. His ex-girlfriend's family says it won't change anything because she's "not coming back."

Justin Trudeau says the Liberals overcame "negative and divisive politics" to win a majority in the federal election. Trudeau says he will lead a "positive and ambitious" government.

 

 

Business leaders and lawyers will be watching the result of Canada's 42nd general election on Monday. Also this week, a slew of companies release Q3 results and a group provides an update on sharing green technologies in the oilpatch.     

Justin Trudeau said Prime Minister Stephen Harper should be "embarrassed that he's having to count on the support of Rob Ford for his re-election." "There's a lot of people talking in the news these days about the hypocrisy of the Fords and their drug problems and Mr. Harper and his positions on that," Trudeau said. "But that's not really the issue, as serious as it is, that strikes me most. What bothers me most is the misogyny. The Ford brothers should have no place on a national campaign stage, much less hosting a prime minister at an event this weekend. "That's just completely irresponsible of the prime minister."

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