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Christopher Husbands arrives in court in Toronto on Monday, June 4, 2012. An appeal court has overturned Christopher Husbands' convictions, saying the trial judge made an irreparable mistake by overruling a defence request regarding the method of jury sele
Man found guilty in Eaton Centre shooting gets new trial after conviction overturned
TORONTO - A man who was found guilty of second-degree murder in a daytime shooting at Toronto's landmark Eaton Centre mall has been granted a new trial after a judge found the jury that convicted him was improperly selected.
An appeal court has overturned Christopher Husbands' convictions, saying the trial judge made an irreparable mistake by overruling a defence request regarding the method of jury selection.



SPORTS NEWS

Canadian Jason Dunkerley wins silver at world para athletics championships
LONDON, England, United Kingdom - Jason Dunkerley has added a silver to Canada's medal total at the world para athletics championships.
Dunkerley raced to a time of four minutes 13.67 seconds at London Stadium in Queen Elizabeth Olympic Park on Friday to place second in the T11 1,500-metre event. Kenya's Mushai Kimani took gold in 4:11.54.



BUSINESS NEWS

Canada's annual inflation rate slows again, this time to 1.0% in June
OTTAWA - The annual pace of inflation slowed once again last month as lower gasoline and electricity prices helped offset higher costs in most other categories, Statistics Canada said Friday.
Overall, the agency's latest inflation report found that prices were one per cent higher in June compared to a year earlier.



ENTERTAINMENT NEWS

CP NewsAlert: Streetheart lead singer Kenny Shields dead
WINNIPEG - Kenny Shields, the lead singer of Winnipeg-based rock band Streetheart, has died.
Shields died on Friday at St. Boniface General Hospital in Winnipeg, according to Robyn Stewart, executive director for the Western Canadian Music Alliance.



HEALTH NEWS

Sen. John McCain diagnosed with brain tumour after blood clot removed
WASHINGTON - Sen. John McCain of Arizona diagnosed with brain tumour after blood clot removed.
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