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NATIONAL NEWS

NDP gets Green support to form minority government in British Columbia
VICTORIA - A deal has been reached that paves the way for the NDP to form a minority government in British Columbia with support from the Green party.
NDP Leader John Horgan and Andrew Weaver of the Greens announced the agreement today that they say would allow for a stable minority government for the next four years.



SPORTS NEWS

Toronto Wolfpack forward James Laithwaite is shown in a handout photo. THE CANADIAN PRESS/HO-Toronto Wolfpack MANDATORY CREDIT
Toronto Wolfpack forward James Laithwaite recalls the day he broke his neck
TORONTO - It started as a routine rugby league tackle. But bad things can happen when some 900 pounds of beef collides at speed with no padding.
That's what happened April 23 when the Salford Red Devils, riding high in the penthouse of English rugby league, hosted the fledgling Toronto Wolfpack in the fifth round of the Ladbrokes Challenge Cup.



BUSINESS NEWS

James Lopez, Tembec president and CEO, comments on the forest products manufacturer's financial report prior to their annual meeting, Thursday, January 26, 2017 in Montreal. Tembec Inc. has received a friendly takeover offer from Rayonier Advanced Material
Florida-based Rayonier makes US$807-million friendly takeover offer for Tembec
MONTREAL - A Florida-based company is moving to buy Tembec Inc. in a friendly takeover deal that values the Quebec-based forestry company at US$807 million, including assumed debt.
Rayonier Advanced Materials Inc. of Jacksonville, Fla., says the proposed deal announced this morning would create a more diversified company with a Canadian headquarters in Montreal.



ENTERTAINMENT NEWS

NewsAlert: Ariana Grande says she will return to Manchester for benefit concert
LONDON - American singer Ariana Grande says she will return to Manchester for a benefit concert to raise money for attack victims.
More to come.



HEALTH NEWS

Auditor General, Michael Ferguson, is seen walking on Parliament Hill in Ottawa on Tuesday, May 16, 2017. The Auditor General's 2017 Spring Reports was tabled today in the House of Commons. THE CANADIAN PRESS/Sean Kilpatrick
Highlights from auditor general Michael Ferguson's spring 2017 report
OTTAWA - Some of the highlights from auditor general Michael Ferguson's spring 2017 report, tabled Tuesday:
— The RCMP is failing to meet the mental health needs of its members, with new mental health programs only partially implemented, poorly staffed and inadequately funded; one in six members in need of help failed to get it in an easy and timely way.