Newspaper article The Canadian Press

Ontario News Advisory for Friday June 5, 2015

Newspaper article The Canadian Press

Ontario News Advisory for Friday June 5, 2015

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Ontario News Advisory

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THURSDAY, JUNE 11, 2015

Here is the afternoon lineup from the CP Ontario Desk. All times are Eastern unless otherwise stated. If you need more information, don't hesitate to email Ontario Senior Editor Lee-Anne Goodman at lee-anne.goodman@thecanadianpress, the Ontario Desk at ontario@thecanadianpress.com or to contact us at 416-507-2159.

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Racial profiling 'corrosive,' rights body says

Rights-Commission

TORONTO _ Racially biased policing is destructive and counterproductive and should be stamped out immediately, the Ontario Human Rights Commission said Thursday. In its annual report, the commission called on the Toronto police force to end carding -- stopping and questioning people without any specific criminal investigative purpose -- but said the practice is only part of a larger racism picture. 436 words. Moved both National and Regional; guard against duplication. By Colin Perkel.

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Pan Am execs to split $5.7 million in bonuses

Pan-Am-Bonuses

TORONTO -- The upcoming Pan Am Games in Toronto are still proving to be a windfall for dozens of executives involved in planning what's billed as the largest multi-sport event ever held in Canada. While the bonus pool for executives on the TO2015 Games' organizing committee has been reduced from $7 million to $5.7 million, it's being split among fewer executives -- 53 instead of 64. 510 words. Moved National, Regional and Sports; guard against duplication. By Keith Leslie.

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Police officers investigated in case of Canadian teacher convicted in Indonesia

Indonesia-Cda-Child-Abuse

UNDATED -- The family of a Canadian teacher imprisoned in Indonesia on widely criticized child-abuse convictions says the country's National Police Commission is investigating the officers who handled the controversial case. But Neil Bantleman's brother says it's hard to say what might come of the probe, noting that the case has been plagued with problems from the start. …

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