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4 stories in the news today, March 27

Four stories in the news for Monday, March 27: ——— NEW STUDY FINDS ONE CHILD OR YOUTH INJURED BY FIREARMS EVERY DAY IN ONTARIO A study released today suggests firearms either kill or injure a child or youth almost every day in Ontario.

Trudeau minister hopes budget will help 'aggressive' push to woo foreign brains

OTTAWA — A Trudeau cabinet minister entrusted with bringing high-level talent to Canada hopes new budgetary measures will help his determined efforts to recruit brains from abroad.
1 child or youth suffers gunshot injury each day in Ontario, study finds

1 child or youth suffers gunshot injury each day in Ontario, study finds

TORONTO — Firearms injure a child or youth almost every day in Ontario, say researchers, who analyzed hospital records to determine which groups of young people are most at risk for gun-related accidents or violent assault.
1 child or youth suffers gunshot injury each day in Ontario, study finds

1 child or youth suffers gunshot injury each day in Ontario, study finds

TORONTO — Firearms injure a child or youth almost every day in Ontario, say researchers, who analyzed hospital records to determine which groups of young people are most at risk for gun-related accidents or violent assault.
NDP leadership candidates suggest Liberal pledge on pot going up in smoke

NDP leadership candidates suggest Liberal pledge on pot going up in smoke

MONTREAL — The Liberal government's plan to move ahead on marijuana legalization is up in smoke, NDP leadership candidates suggested during Sunday's leadership debate in Montreal while they also addressed a range of issues affecting youth including s
Small B.C. community in mourning after four found dead in rural home

Small B.C. community in mourning after four found dead in rural home

ASHCROFT, B.C. — A remote community in British Columbia's Interior is in mourning after police found four people dead in a home.
Trudeau tours Montreal riding ahead of federal byelection

Trudeau tours Montreal riding ahead of federal byelection

MONTREAL — Prime Minister Justin Trudeau continued his byelection campaign tour on Sunday, appearing in a Montreal riding on behalf of the political upstart who surprised the party with her nomination win.
Hordes turn out for healing service after Nova Scotia church fire

Hordes turn out for healing service after Nova Scotia church fire

HALIFAX — Scores of people clad in white gathered Sunday for a healing service in a community gym across the street from a fire-ravaged historic church just outside Halifax. The service was originally scheduled to take place in St.
Home buyers, tenants from Lower Mainland moving to outlying areas to live

Home buyers, tenants from Lower Mainland moving to outlying areas to live

POWELL RIVER, B.C. — David Repa recalls the shock he felt sitting down at a bank after selling his Vancouver business in 2013 and realizing for the first time how much of "a joke" his prospects were of owning a home in the city. "Oh, my God.

Montreal mayor backs plan he says calls for structural reforms to police force

MONTREAL — Quebec's public security minister and the mayor of Montreal are backing a plan meant to restore public confidence in the city's police force.