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Pipeline protests to start


According to the Ottawa Citizen, traffic will be disrupted as pipeline protests commence next week. More than 100 semi-trucks are on their way to Ottawa to protest stalled pipeline projects.

The “United we Roll” convoy left Red Deer, Alberta on Thursday morning.Ottawa Police are warning commuters to be ready for traffic delays on Tuesday and Wednesday.

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A missing 11year-old girl identified through an Amber Alert was found deceased. Her father has been charged with first degree murder.

The Toronto Sun said the frantic search for Riya Rajkumar took place after she had been kidnapped by her father on her birthday.

Roopesh Rajkumar, 41, was taken into custody near the city of Orillia. He has since been transferred to a Toronto trauma center to be treated for self-inflicted wounds.

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President Donald Trump declared a national emergency to secure funds and build wall between US-Mexico border. .

House of Representatives Speaker Nancy Pelosi and Senate Democrat leader Chuck Schumer responded to Trump with a statement stating that they would challenge the move to Congress

BBC news explained what is expected now, and how Congress can vote on allowing termination of Trump’s emergency move.

“We’re going to confront the national security crisis on our southern border,” Trump said.

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