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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)

Justin Trudeau is framing attacks on the press as an attempt to “undermine” citizens’ trust in institutions. The prime minister spoke Sunday to an audience that included world leaders at the Paris Peace Forum. (The Canadian Press)

Public Safety Minister Ralph Goodale and Border Security Minister Bill Blair announced Thursday federal funding aimed at tackling gun and gang violence. Goodale said stopping the flow of guns into Canada is important. (The Canadian Press)

The mother of three kids who were killed along with their grandfather by a drunk driver in 2015 says Marco Muzzo’s parole denial doesn’t feel like “a victory.” Jennifer Neville-Lake says she doesn’t believe Muzzo has accepted responsibility. (The Canadian Press)

The brother of a woman stabbed to death in a Toronto pharmacy says his family will fight to prevent her killer’s release, after Rohinie Bisesar was found not criminally responsible in the killing of Rosemarie Junor due to mental illness. (The Canadian Press)

Conservative MP Michelle Rempel was asked about the potential impact in Canada of a caravan of migrants moving through Mexico in hopes of reaching the U.S. The immigration critic says Canada is “not immune” to waves of migration. (The Canadian Press)

The victim’s family reacted with dismay on Friday after the Crown and defence agreed Rohinie Bisesar, 43, should be found not criminally responsible due to a mental disorder in the 2015 stabbing death of Rosemarie Junor in Toronto. (The Canadian Press)

The man accused of killing 10 people and injuring 16 more in a Toronto van attack will head straight to trial. Alek Minassian’s lawyer said Thursday he’s concerned about a fair trial, given the media attention on the case. (The Canadian Press)

Conservative Leader Andrew Scheer says the prime minister must uphold privacy rights after the privacy commissioner said he’s investigating a Statistics Canada request for private banking data from 500,000 Canadians. (The Canadian Press)

Toronto criminal lawyer Jacob Stilman and Hill Street Beverage Company CEO Terry Donnelly answer questions as to what you're allowed & not allowed to do given cannabis being legal on What She Said radio with co-hosts Kate Wheeler and Christine Bentley.

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