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Trump knocks Trudeau

SINGAPORE—U.S. President Donald Trump says Prime Minister Justin Trudeau's assertion that Canada “will not be pushed around" will end up costing Canadians "a lot of money.”

Trump gave a wide-ranging news conference in Singapore earlier today following his landmark summit with North Korean leader Kim Jong Un, in which the two leaders spoke for several hours.

Police dog taken out of service

SASKATOON—A Saskatoon police dog that bit a six-year-old girl while it was tracking suspects in a home invasion has been taken off the streets until a review can be completed.

Police Chief Troy Cooper said the review will include the dog's history and the handler's actions.

Cooper says the dog is a three-year-old Belgian Malinois and has been in service for 10 months.

CN told to reopen bridge to cars

TORONTO—One of the country's foremost railway companies will have to ensure cars can use a bridge in Thunder Bay, Ont. under terms of an agreement signed more than a century ago, Ontario's top court ruled yesterday.

In its decision, the Court of Appeal found a lower court ruling that allowed Canadian National Railway Co. to escape its obligation was unreasonable.

Tory transition to power underway

TORONTO—From choosing cabinet members and hiring political aides to picking office space and conducting background checks on legislators, Ontario's newly-elected Progressive Conservatives must tackle a lengthy to-do list as they prepare to take power for the first time in 15 years—and observers say their decisions could set the tone for the rest of their term.