Canada election brings call to arms against gun violence | AFP

Long associated with gang violence, the Regent Park neighborhood of Canada’s largest city Toronto has changed. But firearms continue to claim lives, prompting calls ahead of national elections for tougher gun controls.

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Water woes sway indigenous voters in Canada | AFP

On the Curve Lake reserve, some 100 miles northeast of Toronto, the lack of clean drinking water is the most pressing issue for voters ahead of the legislative elections. Prime Minister Justin Trudeau, who was elected by a large margin in 2015 with a record indigenous voter turnout, promised to solve the water problem when he came to power, but for many, the difficulties remain.

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US Open champion Andreescu feted in Canadian hometown | AFP

Bianca Andreescu, who beat Serena Williams in the US Open final to become Canada’s first Grand Slam singles champion, was honoured with a rally in her hometown on Sunday.

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Here’s the latest for Friday September 6th: Hurricane Dorian heading for Canada; Hundreds trying to escape devastated Bahamian island; Fed Chair says he doesn’t expect recession; Paul McCartney celebrates his children’s book.

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Glamping with French flair in the wilds of North America | AFP

Hidden under a lush green canopy of boreal forest in southeastern Canada are 80 fully-stocked tents featuring beds, silk sheets, electric lighting, mini-refrigerators and tableware. The Huttopia Group, a French company, is tapping into the “glamping” trend — a blend of glamour and camping — to bring high-end overnight stays to the Canadian and US wilds.

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