Newspaper article The Canadian Press

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Newspaper article The Canadian Press

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National Audio 2:45 AM ET

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NAT001 - (Peacekeeping-Summit) OTTAWA. x-35s. (Terry Pedwell) The Trudeau government is expected to unveil at least part of its plan today for contributing to United Nations peacekeeping operations. (SOURCE:The Canadian Press)

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NAT002 - (Peacekeeping-Summit) OTTAWA. x-18s. The Trudeau government is expected to unveil at least part of its plan today for contributing to United Nations peacekeeping operations. Canadian Press reporter Terry Pedwell says details are expected to be made public at an international summit in Vancouver. ("..different operations.") (SOURCE:The Canadian Press)

TAG: The U-N is giving early indications that it approves of Canada's forthcoming plans for peacekeeping, which are expected to involve several smaller contributions rather than a single specific mission. While such an approach might seem scattershot, the U-N's undersecretary general for field support says it is actually preferable when it comes to countries like Canada, because many missions are short on the type of high-end equipment and personnel that Canada can offer.

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NAT003 - (Walk-of-Fame) TORONTO. x-17s. Canada's Walk of Fame adds environmentalist David Suzuki and sprinter Donovan Bailey to its ranks with a splashy gala in Toronto tonight. Suzuki says he tried to make science accessible and interesting to average Canadians. ("..as possible.") (SOURCE:The Canadian Press)

TAG: The annual bash will also induct actress Anna Paquin, and will posthumously induct civil-rights pioneer Viola Desmond, business leader Ted Rogers, and country crooner Stompin' Tom Connors.

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NAT004 - (Walk-of-Fame) (NOTE LANGUAGE IN CUT) TORONTO. x-22s. Broadcaster and environmentalist David Suzuki says he'll be thinking of his late parents at the Walk of Fame gala in Toronto tonight. Suzuki is being inducted alongside other accomplished Canadians including sprinter Donovan Bailey and actress Anna Paquin. ("..the province.") (SOURCE:The Canadian Press)

TAG: Suzuki's family moved to Ontario. The outspoken activist says he's proudest of doing his part to make science appealing and accessible to average people.

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NAT005 - (US-US-Senate-Alabama-Moore-Evangelicals) (NOT FOR ONLINE USE) GADSDEN, Alabama. x-33s. (Stephanie Ramos) U-S Republican senate candidate Roy Moore made another appearance Tuesday in Jackson, Alabama, days after the Washington Post story reported he pursued relationships with teenage girls when he was in his 30's. Moore has adamantly denied those accusations while some Republicans in Washington pull their support. A-B-C's Stephanie Ramos reports from Gadsden, Alabama. (WA) (SOURCE:ABC) --

NAT006 - (US-US-Senate-Alabama-Moore-Evangelicals) (NOT FOR ONLINE USE) GADSDEN, Alabama. x-05s. Embattled U-S Senate candidate Roy Moore is now saying that Democrats and Republicans are uniting to keep him out of Washington because of his opposition of gay marriage, when he was a judge. …

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