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(Federal-Cabinet-Retreat)

The federal Liberals are spending the next two days in St. John's, Newfoundland, for a cabinet retreat where they will prepare for the second half of their mandate.

A main topic of discussion is expected to be Canada's relationship with the U-S and the next round of NAFTA renegotiations, which will be hosted by Ottawa later this month.

The cabinet ministers will also hear from the head of Statistics Canada on the results of the 2016 census. (3)

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(US-Hurricane-Irma) (Audio: 23)

The king of the Netherlands says he's seen a lot of war zones in his life, but nothing like the devastation left by hurricane Irma on the former overseas Dutch colony of St. Maarten.

But Willem-Alexander says he's encouraged to see residents already working together to rebuild the shattered capital, Philipsburg. (3)

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(Alta-Wildfire)

A wildfire in Waterton Lakes National Park in southwestern Alberta has prompted a mandatory evacuation order for residents of the Municipal District of Pincher Creek No. 9, just north of the park.

The same fire prompted officials in nearby Cardston County to declare a state of emergency and urge residents to evacuate to the civic centre in the town of Cardston.

Rick Kubian of Parks Canada says the fire had the potential to reach the Waterton townsite though they hope that won't happen. (3)

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(Equifax-Cyberattack) (Audio: 22)

Equifax is trying to clarify the language on its website to help customers who may have been victims of the cyberattack that exposed the financial information of about 143 million Americans, as well as multiple Canadian and U-K residents. …

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