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Social media sites are facing backlash after failing to contain the spread of a video of an attack on two New Zealand mosques. The shootings at the two Christchurch mosques left 49 people dead and injured dozens more. The man who allegedly carried out the shootings reportedly broadcast 17 minutes of the attack on a Facebook livestream. Both YouTube owner Google and Twitter also say they're working to remove video of the shootings from their sites. Officials are criticizing the tech giants once again for reacting too slowly to harmful content. Legal analysts say sharing the video will only inspire more mass shootings in the future. (The Canadian Press)

Conservative MP Tony Clement says people at high risk of committing terrorist acts should be jailed if they can't be constantly watched. Clement says the Aaron Driver case shows the limitations of court-ordered peace bonds.
Conservative finance critic Lisa Raitt says implementing Canada Pension Plan changes through legislation will allow Canadians to have their say. The Commons finance committee held an emergency meeting Friday on CPP changes.
 
 

An Ontario man says the alleged abuse he endured at a former correctional facility for children is being ignored. Clarington, Ontario plans to refurbish the site of a PoW camp for captured Nazis, which later became Pine Ridge Training School.

The Ontario government is spending $1.7 million to train bartenders and servers how to intervene during sexual harassment incidents. Labour Minister Kevin Flynn says the programs will educate and empower hospitality workers.
Justin Trudeau says he raised the case of a Neil Bantleman, a Canadian teacher imprisoned in Indonesia, with that country's president at the G20 summit. The prime minister says he always aims to "defend Canadians' rights abroad."

Protesters called for the recall of a California Judge Friday following the release of a former Stanford University student who served three months for sexually assaulting an unconscious woman.

Marion Buller, the chief commissioner of a national inquiry into missing and murdered indigenous women, says it is important for recommendations to be "concrete" and "workable," so that they can easily be put into action.

Advocates are calling for the release of Jamaican man Alvin Brown, who has been in immigration custody for five years. Brown, a permanent resident of Canada, has been found inadmissible due to his drug and robbery convictions.

 Toronto police say autopsy results show ligature strangulation and stab wounds to the neck caused the deaths of three people in an attack involving a crossbow. A 35-year-old man is charged with three counts of first-degree murder.

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