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A Japanese group wants community driven apology for their treatment during WWII, Person suspected of killing two people in Northern B.C. still at large

Investigation continues into couple found dead in Northern B.C.

The suspect responsible for killing two people in Northern B.C. is still at large. According to CTV News, the bodies of an Australian man and an American woman was found a week ago. RCMP are getting clues from road workers who may have seen the last person the deceased interacted with. Police haven’t confirmed the homicide yet as the investigation is ongoing.

Group that represents Japanese Canadians wants government apology for WWII internment camps

A simple and sincere sorry can go a long way and that’s all a Japanese group wants from the B.C. government. The Canadian Press reports that the National Association of Japanese Canadians isn’t satisfied with an apology the government gave in 2012. It was for putting people into internment camps during the Second World War. The group doesn’t believe it involved the community.

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Majority of Canadian’s wouldn’t vote for Trump if given the chance

Donald Trump certainly wouldn’t get re-elected if Canadians could choose the next U.S. President. According to an Abacus Data survey, 80 per cent of the 1,500 asked would take any of the five potential democratic candidate leaders over Trump. Almost half of Canadians didn’t know which of the five they’d prefer though.

Mexican asylum program needs Canada’s help

Canada is being asked to do more when it comes to refugees south of the border. CTV News reported now that Mexico has been declared a “safe country” earlier this month, Canada needs to support the Mexican asylum program. The request came from the United Nations High Commissioner for Refugees. He wants Canada to help cover the costs of staffing and training.

Tran Mountain still looking to acquire over 1,000 land deals. 

Hundreds of landowners along the route of the Transmountain Pipeline expansion haven’t signed off on allowing it to cross over the ground. The CBC is reporting that the company is still working on acquiring over 1,000 land contracts. There are concerns by owners that they won’t get a say in the matter. None of the remaining land deals are owned by First Nation groups

New photos of Prince George released

The future king of England turns six today. Three new photographs were released of Prince George from Kensington Palace. According to the Associated Press, It has become a tradition for his mother Kate to release photos of the prince leading up to his birthday. Two of the pictures show George in an English Soccer jersey, the other is of him on a family vacation.

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