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Crime Reduction Minister Bill Blair says more must be done to address gun violence, but he is also signalling no new measures will be taken before the fall election. Blair says steps could — and should — be taken to prevent the theft, illegal diversion and smuggling of handguns.  (The Canadian Press)

A federal advisory panel says Ottawa should consider making passports free to everyone for one year. The suggestion was made to ease the introduction of new no-fly list procedures. The coming changes will require passengers to present authorized photo identification on flights within Canada, not just international trips.  (The Canadian Press)

Crime Reduction Minister Bill Blair says more must be done to address gun violence, but he is also signalling no new measures will be taken before the fall election. Blair says steps could — and should — be taken to prevent the theft, illegal diversion and smuggling of handguns.  (The Canadian Press)

Police said they were investigating shots fired at a massive rally celebrating the Toronto Raptors’ historic NBA championship win. Witnesses described the chaos as fans tried to rush from the area following the shooting. (The Canadian Press)

The federal justice minister says the Liberals hope to tackle the issue of criminalization of HIV non-disclosure if they are re-elected in the fall. Non-disclosure has led to assault or sexual assault charges against people with HIV because it's been found to invalidate a partner's consent.  (The Canadian Press)

Finance Minister Bill Morneau announced $10 million for the RCMP to prosecute money laundering. He made the announcement after a meeting of federal cabinet ministers and their provincial counterparts in Vancouver. He also says they discussed making corporate ownership of real estate more transparent. (The Canadian Press)

The federal government could soon revert to using multiple pay systems to replace the Phoenix system it adopted more than three years ago in a costly, failed attempt to streamline how it pays its employees.  (The Canadian Press)

Marion Buller, chief commissioner of the national inquiry into missing and murdered Indigenous women and girls, says the genocide against them is 'pretty obvious' to her. She made the remarks in a speech at a conference on the topic at the University of British Columbia. (The Canadian Press)

 

 

Democratic Institutions Minister Karina Gould and Conservative critic Peter Kent get into a heated exchange in question period over elections and social media during campaigns. (The Canadian Press)

First-time homebuyers aching to get into the real estate market should be cautious about trying to bypass expensive urban housing by purchasing a recreational property before a city house, real estate experts say. 

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