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(Conservative-OLeary-Beyak) (Audio: P01)

Conservative leadership candidate Kevin O'Leary says he wouldn't kick Senator Lynn Beyak out of the party caucus for her comment that some good came out of the residential school system.

During an interview with The Canadian Press, O'Leary initially seemed unfamiliar with both the controversy and the history of residential schools.

He then called Beyak's comment "unfortunate'' and said that if he was party leader he would talk to her about what he calls a "very embarrassing'' situation. (12)

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(Election-BC-Review)

Just days in advance of an election call, B-C's Criminal Justice Branch has appointed a special prosecutor to give the Mounties legal advice as they investigate possible violations of the province's Elections Act.

The investigation deals with indirect donations to political parties, where payments are made by an individual on behalf of an organization, which is a violation of B-C's Election Act.

Last week, the B-C Liberal Party revealed it found 43 indirect political donations worth almost 93-thousand-dollars that it planned to refund. (12)

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(US-Keystone-Pipeline-Lawsuit)

Environmental groups have fired their latest shot in their battle to stop the Keystone X-L pipeline from being completed.

The Sierra Club and other organizations have filed a federal lawsuit in Montana challenging the federal permit on the grounds that the initial environmental review completed in 2014 is inadequate and outdated.

The groups say additional environmental scrutiny is needed.

The pipeline would carry Alberta crude through Montana, South Dakota and Nebraska where it would connect with Keystone lines leading to Texas Gulf Coast refineries. (12)

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(Caledonia-Crash-Fatal)

A night out playing laser tag ended in tragedy when two young girls from the Mississaugas of the New Credit First Nation were among three people killed in a head-on crash in southern Ontario. …

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