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Ottawa has confirmed the death of Canadian mining executive Kirk Woodman in Burkina Faso. Foreign Affairs Minister Chrystia Freeland says Canada is working on the investigation with authorities in the west African country. (The Canadian Press)

Employment Minister Patty Hajdu opened debate Monday in the House on legislation aiming to make federal workplaces, including Parliament Hill, safer from bullying and sexual misconduct. Hajdu says the proposed changes are “overdue.”

A Toronto man is facing three more first-degree murder charges, after being charged in the presumed deaths of two men reported missing from the city’s gay village. Police say it’s fair to call Bruce McArthur an alleged serial killer.

The RCMP has been fined $550,000 for Labour Code violations stemming from the 2014 Moncton shooting rampage that killed three Mounties. Nadine Larche says she believes her husband would be alive if the RCMP had done its “due diligence.”

Lawyer Lawrence Greenspon says former Afghanistan hostage Joshua Boyle will undergo a comprehensive psychiatric assessment, though he says an initial evaluation found Boyle is fit to stand trial. Boyle is facing a string of assault charges.

Ontario Premier Kathleen Wynne says she was “shaken” on learning of sexual misconduct allegations against Patrick Brown, who resigned as PC leader. Wynne and NDP Leader Andrea Horwath both praised the “bravery” of Brown’s accusers. 

Ontario Progressive Conservative Leader Patrick Brown says he "categorically" denies allegations made against him but for which he provided no details. Brown made a brief, late-night statement Wednesday.  

The brother of a teenager killed by a stray bullet in Vancouver on Jan. 13 says his family is still in shock and his death has left a void. Vancouver police say gang violence is the worst it’s been in a decade.

A vendor at a downtown Vancouver pot pop-up market says illegally selling cannabis-infused edibles is about harm reduction. Vancouver police have been cracking down on the open-air marijuana marketplace.

David Livingston, who served as former Ontario premier Dalton McGuinty's chief of staff, has been found guilty of destroying documents related to two scrapped gas plants. Livingston's lawyer says he’s hoping for a non-custodial sentence.

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