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at 04:30 on May 24, 2016, EDT.

Video-enabled Mounties told to record use of force under interim policy

OTTAWA - Mounties wearing tiny video cameras must hit the record button when there is "a high likelihood" they'll use force against someone, says an interim RCMP policy on use of the devices.

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at 04:15 on May 24, 2016, EDT.

Bibeau announces additional $331.5 million in humanitarian aid at Turkey summit

OTTAWA - International Development Minister Marie-Claude Bibeau has announced an additional $331.5 million in humanitarian aid at the World Humanitarian Summit in Istanbul, Turkey.

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at 04:03 on May 24, 2016, EDT.

Seven stories in the news today, May 24

Seven stories in the news today from The Canadian Press:

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at 04:00 on May 24, 2016, EDT.

Matthew de Grood just one of many NCR cases across Canada

CALGARY - Final arguments are being made today in the trial of Matthew de Grood, who has admitted stabbing five young people to death at a house party in Calgary but has pleaded not guilty to first-degree murder on the grounds he is not criminally responsible because of a mental disorder.

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at 04:00 on May 24, 2016, EDT.

Final arguments in trial of Calgary man charged in multiple slayings

CALGARY - Final arguments are scheduled today in the trial of a Calgary man who heard what he thought was the voice of the devil telling him to kill before he stabbed five people to death at a Calgary house party two years ago.

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at 04:00 on May 24, 2016, EDT.

15 years later, 85 real estate firms not compliant with anti-money laundering rules

TORONTO - At least 85 real estate companies have not implemented a plan showing how they are trying to detect money laundering and other suspicious transactions, nearly 15 years after they were required to do so, according to data obtained by The Canadian Press.

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at 04:00 on May 24, 2016, EDT.

Accused killer to face Crown cross-examination in Tim Bosma murder trial

HAMILTON - One of the men accused of killing Tim Bosma will return to the stand today in a Hamilton court to face cross-examination from the Crown attorney.

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at 00:59 on May 24, 2016, EDT.

Justin Trudeau makes investment pitch to Japanese automakers

TOKYO - Prime Minister Justin Trudeau personally invited Japanese auto executives Tuesday in Tokyo to invest more in Canada.

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at 20:05 on May 23, 2016, EDT.

Quebec owner stumped as 'very noticeable' restaurant trailer stolen

The owners of a restaurant south of Montreal are scratching their heads after a trailer emblazoned with their logo and photos of a giant hamburger disappeared.

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at 17:02 on May 23, 2016, EDT.

Displaced kids in humanitarian crises need more money, says Bibeau

OTTAWA - The world must do more to educate children forced from their homes as it grapples with the epic level of humanitarian disaster unfolding across the globe, says Canada's development minister.

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at 16:46 on May 23, 2016, EDT.

Man charged after allegedly impersonating Fort McMurray wildfire evacuee

CLARESHOLM, Alta. - Police say a British Columbia man is facing charges for allegedly impersonating a Fort McMurray evacuee and taking advantage of people who were trying to help.

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at 14:32 on May 23, 2016, EDT.

Notley gets kudos on Fort McMurray fire handling, but hard work just beginning

EDMONTON - Alberta Premier Rachel Notley is getting high marks for leadership in handling the Fort McMurray wildfire crisis, but political observers say the disaster remains a dicey political proposition with limited upside and a lot of downside.

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