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After word of the resignation of the executive director for the National Inquiry into Missing and Murdered Indigenous Women and Girls -- one aboriginal group is raising the alarm.

The Native Women's Association of Canada says due to that announcement, and a number of other resignations, they fear the future of the whole inquiry could be in jeopardy.

Officials with the national inquiry did not respond to requests for comment. (13)

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Hours after North Korea launched another ballistic missile test, U-S President Donald Trump took to Twitter to give his latest commentary on the matter.

Trump quickly criticized North Korean leader Kim Jong Un asking -- quote -- "Does this guy have anything better to do with his life?"

South Korean officials reported the launch, while Japanese officials say it splashed down in their country's exclusive economic zone. (13)

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(Canadian-Doctor-Shot)

Encouraging news for the father of a Canadian doctor who was badly wounded in a shooting spree last Friday at a New York hospital.

Luciano Timperio told The Canadian Press his son Justin underwent a pair of surgeries on Monday, both were successful, and he is now on a long road to a full recovery.

The 26-year-old doctor was one of six people wounded when the gunman, Dr. Henry Bello returned to his former workplace with a grudge and a gun.

Bello shot and killed another doctor before turning the gun on himself. (13)

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A Go-Fund-Me page has been started to help two children who survived a Saskatchewan highway crash but lost their mother and baby brother. …

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