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Prime Minister Justin Trudeau is in Ireland for the first of two stops ahead of his arrival in Hamburg, Germany later this week for the G-20 leaders' summit.

Trudeau is in Dublin today to meet with Irish Prime Minister Leo Varadkar and will discuss the Canada-E-U trade deal.

His next stop will be Scotland tomorrow where Trudeau will meet with the Queen to mark Canada's 150th birthday.(1)

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(MMIW-Resignation)(Audio:04)

In the wake of Friday's announced resignation of the executive director for the national inquiry into Missing and Murdered Indigenous Women and Girls, one aboriginal group is worried about the future of the hearings.

The Native Women's Association of Canada says news that Michele Moreau will be stepping down July 21st for personal reasons, along with several other recent resignations from the inquiry, leaves the group fearing the whole inquiry could be in jeopardy.

The association wants more transparency, and says families need reassurance the hearings will continue.

The inquiry already held spring sessions with families in Whitehorse, but hasn't scheduled dates elsewhere.(1)

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(Canadian-Doctor-Shot)

The father of a Canadian doctor badly wounded in Friday's shooting spree at New York's Bronx-Lebanon Hospital is reporting some encouraging news about his son's condition.

Luciano Timperio tells The Canadian Press 26-year-old Justin underwent two surgeries on Monday, both successful, and he is now on a long road to a full recovery.

The doctor from St. Catharines, Ontario was one of seven people shot when Dr. Henry Bello returned to his former workplace with a grudge and a gun, killing another doctor before turning the gun on himself. …

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