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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)

 
 

Police are investigating a shooting at a Muslim cemetery near Cochrane, Alberta, just west of Calgary, that sent four men to hospital. The RCMP say they do not believe the shooting was random or racially motivated.

Canada's prison watchdog says the use of solitary confinement for inmates who are mentally ill should be prohibited. Howard Sapers also says segregation for other inmates should be limited to 30 days.

A former flight attendant launched a lawsuit against WestJet over their handling of an alleged sex assault, which has not been proven in court. Mandalena Lewis says she hopes to inspire other women to speak out against assault.

Former pro wrestler Hulk Hogan took the witness stand for Day 2 of trial in his civil lawsuit against Gawker Media. He is suing website for $100 million for posting an edited clip of a sex tape made of him and the wife of his then-best friend.

A jury has awarded Erin Andrews $55 million in her lawsuit over a secretly recorded nude video that a stalker took of her in a hotel room and posted online. 

Cardinal Thomas Collins says the issue of medically-assisted dying is too important not to be "deeply" examined. Collins weighed in on the assisted dying debate Sunday, saying "dying is simply not the same as being killed."

Sportscaster and TV host Erin Andrews testified during a civil trial Tuesday that she does not think she will ever get over the emotional fallout after a stalker secretly took nude videos of her and put them on the Internet. 

Ezra Levant can no longer practice law in Alberta after a Wednesday ruling from the province's law society. The political commentator applied to leave the society, which had received complaints against him over his writing.

Ontario woman Maria Shepherd has been acquitted of manslaughter after pleading guilty to killing her stepdaughter in 1991, based on evidence from now-disgraced Dr. Charles Smith. Shepherd was sentenced to two years less a day in 1992.

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