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There are no winners in Garland case: Lawyer

Feb 17 2017 — The Canadian Press — Douglas Garland won’t be eligible for parole for 75 years for the murders of Calgary couple Kathy and Alvin Liknes and their five-year-old grandson Nathan O’Brien in 2014. Garland’s lawyer says there are no winners in the case. Video provided by The Canadian Press

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PM suggests contributing to NATO about more than money

Feb 17 2017 — The Canadian Press — Justin Trudeau suggests Canada is demonstrating its NATO commitment in ways that go beyond spending. At a news conference in Berlin, the prime minister all but shrugged off Donald Trump’s push to squeeze NATO members for more money. Video provided by The Canadian Press

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Justin Trudeau champions free trade in Europe

Feb 16 2017 — The Canadian Press — The prime minister says the Canada-EU trade deal will become a “blueprint” for future deals if successful. Justin Trudeau spoke to the European Parliament Thursday, a day after it ratified the deal known as CETA. Video provided by The Canadian Press

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Judge rules in favour of ’60s Scoop survivors

Feb 14 2017 — The Canadian Press — An Ontario judge has ruled that Ottawa breached its duty of care to thousands of on-reserve children placed with non-native families during the '60s Scoop. Lead plaintiff Marcia Brown Martel says the decision has made Canada a "better country." Video provided by The Canadian Press