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Vancouver Sun /
Indigenous protesters in Ottawa erect teepee on Parliament Hill to counter Canada 150 celebrations

After initially being met with resistance from police, dozens of indigenous protesters erected a large teepee overnight in front of Parliament Hill’s East Block. The demonstration was part of what was described as a “reoccupation” ceremony to counter Canada’s 150th anniversary. Between 50 and 60 protesters stood their ...

The Globe and Mail /
Morning Update: Top cardinal charged with sex offences; interest rate hike looms

Also: Google gets a Supreme Court order; Christy Clark shuns minority government; Ottawa fights to suspend solitary confinement lawsuits

Ottawa Citizen /
Jazzfest review: The Bad Plus wooed crowd with eclectic, left-of-centre sounds

The U.S. trio was a last-minute substitute in Confederation Park for the Charlie Haden Liberation Music Orchestra, whose flight from New York to ...

Ottawa Citizen /
Jazzfest preview: Millennial music talent Jacob Collier reinvents the one-man band

The 22-year-old British music phenom plays a solo concert at the TD Ottawa Jazz Festival this Friday night.

The Province /
NAFTA legal challenges by the numbers

OTTAWA — NAFTA Chapter 11 Challenges By the Numbers:

The Globe and Mail /
Ottawa continues its fight for use of solitary confinement in federal prisons

Ottawa argues that two landmark court challenges are moot in light of a federal Liberal bill tabled last week

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Ottawa Citizen /
Jazzfest review: Youn Sun Nah entrances with renditions of vintage rock and pop

The Korean jazz vocalist was poised and powerful at La Nouvelle Scene Tuesday night as part of the TD Ottawa Jazz Festival.

The Province /
Rate hike expectations, C$ rise as Poloz reiterates cuts have done their job

OTTAWA — With the Bank of Canada nearing its next policy decision, governor Stephen Poloz is reiterating his message that his 2015 interest-rate cuts appear to have done their job.

The Globe and Mail /
Politics Briefing: Ottawa gears up for Canada Day weekend

Also: Trudeau addresses sniper shot, Norsat and electoral reform

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