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Campsite victims named

SAINTE-BRIGITTE-DES-SAULTS, Que.—Quebec provincial police say the deaths of three people at a nudist campsite 125 km northeast of Montreal appear to have been a double murder followed by a suicide.

The victims have been identified as Suzanne Gareau, 50, Rodrigue Tremblay, 77, and Denys Carpentier, 76.

Nadal wins 10th French Open

PARIS—As he sat in front of a TV to watch last year's French Open final, sidelined by an injured left wrist, Rafael Nadal had no way to know for sure, of course, that he would return to the height of his powers.

For the second time in a row, the most important match at the most important clay-court tournament was being contested without him.

Quebec town reeling after fatal stabbings

AKULIVIK, Que.—A woman who saw police fatally shoot a man suspected of killing three people in this northern Quebec village says she hasn't been able to sleep since Saturday's incident.

Meeko Aliqu said she ran outside of her home after her 17-year-old son told her there had been a stabbing, and witnessed the confrontation between the police officers and the 19-year-old suspect.

Hefty raises offered

TORONTO—Ontario is offering public servants a four-year contract extension with 7.5-percent raises, which would avoid possibly contentious bargaining before the next provincial election.

The roughly 35,500 public-sector workers and correctional staff represented by the Ontario Public Service Employees Union are set to vote on ratification June 20-22.

LCBO strike date set

TORONTO—Workers at the Liquor Control Board of Ontario could go on strike just days before the Canada Day long weekend.

The Ontario Public Service Employees Union requested a “no board” report from the Ministry of Labour, which sets a strike deadline of 12:01 a.m. on June 26.