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The prime minister has appointed Bill Blair to the new portfolio of Border Security and Organized Crime Reduction in a cabinet shuffle. Justin Trudeau says strong voices are needed to face what he sees as Conservative fearmongering. (The Canadian Press)

A Saskatchewan RCMP town hall near the farm where Colten Boushie was fatally shot in 2016 heard from rural residents on Monday about protecting their property. Police said residents shouldn't take matters into their own hands.

WARNING: GRAPHIC CONTENT. Toronto police have released a photograph of a man who is believed to be a victim of alleged serial killer Bruce McArthur. Det. Sgt. Hank Idsinga says releasing the image is a “last resort” to find the man’s identity.

Prime Minister Justin Trudeau says Donald Trump’s plan to impose tariffs on steel and aluminum imports is “unacceptable.” Speaking Friday in Barrie, Ontario, Trudeau said the proposed tariffs would hurt both Canada and the U.S.

The finance minister was asked Thursday about legislation in the budget that would give foreign authorities some access to Canadians’ confidential information. Bill Morneau says the measure is aimed at cracking down on tax evasion.

Rallying civil servants say they’ll hold the government’s feet to the fire after the Liberals promised to replace the Phoenix pay system. The system has been a nightmare for thousands of government workers since it launched.

The 2018 federal budget tabled Tuesday lays the foundation for a national pharmacare program in 2019. Finance Minister Bill Morneau says it is “not acceptable” some Canadians don’t have access to prescription drugs.

Dellen Millard and Mark Smich will spend at least 25 years behind bars for the murder of Laura Babcock, on top of the 25 years each received for killing a Hamilton man. Babcock’s dad called the two men “horrible specimens of humanity.”

The mayor of La Loche, Saskatchewan, says a ruling to sentence a young gunman who killed four people in 2016 as an adult is “the right decision.” Robert St. Pierre says lessons must be learned from the tragedy.

The chief of Tina Fontaine’s home community says Sagkeeng First Nation will be “hurting” after a man was found not guilty Thursday in the teen’s death in 2014. A jury in Winnipeg acquitted Raymond Cormier of second-degree murder.

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