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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)

A photo of Taylor Swift, fired radio host David Mueller and Mueller's girlfriend is a key piece of evidence in Mueller's suit claiming he was fired after being falsely accused by Swift of groping her in 2013. Taylor has countersued.

Hundreds of people gathered outside Montreal’s Olympic Stadium on Sunday to welcome asylum seekers crossing the border from the U.S. One refugee claimant says her dream is to become a nurse.

As Canada prepares to renegotiate the NAFTA trade deal, there are some issues likely to be key in talks with the U.S. Duty-free limits, wine markets and a system for resolving trade disputes are some of the contentious areas.

Montreal’s Haitian community welcomed asylum seekers from the U.S. to the city’s Olympic Stadium Wednesday, which will shelter some of the newcomers. One volunteer pins the recent influx on Donald Trump’s stance on immigration.

An investigator who worked on the Seth Rich case claims Fox News fabricated quotes implicating the murdered DNC staffer in the WikiLeaks scandal and coordinated with the Trump administration as it worked on the story. 

The Bank of Canada has strongly hinted it could hike the key interest rate this month, its first increase in nearly seven years. Dan Eisner of True North Mortgage outlines how a higher rate will affect mortgages.        

The Assembly of First Nations is asking for changes to the inquiry into missing and murdered Indigenous women. But at a meeting Thursday, AFN chiefs rejected a call for Prime Minister Justin Trudeau to replace the commissioners.

American-led operations have seized several Russian hackers outside their homeland in the past nine months. The arrests come at a fraught moment in US-Russian relations, amid the allegation of a Kremlin hacking campaign in the 2016 US election.

The federal government says First Nations will now be able to carry funding from year-to-year, instead of having to return money if a project wasn't completed within a fiscal year. AFN Chief Perry Bellegarde praised the change.

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