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A young girl watches as NDP Leader Thomas Mulcair pets goats while visiting an agricultural fair in St-Hyacinthe, Que., on July 29, 2015. (THE CANADIAN PRESS/Paul Chiasson)

Tories launch anti-Mulcair attack ads

The Conservatives are finally training their sights on NDP Leader Tom Mulcair just as Prime Minister Stephen Harper is about to plunge the country into an 11-week election on Sunday.

In this undated photo provided by the Wildlife Conservation Research Unit, Cecil the lion rests in Hwange National Park, in Hwange, Zimbabwe. (Andy Loveridge/Wildlife Conservation Research Unit via AP)

2nd American alleged to have killed lion illegally

A second American killed a lion in an illegal hunt with a bow and arrow in Zimbabwe several months ago, amid an international outcry over a U.S. hunter accused of illegally killing a well-known lion named Cecil in early July, authorities said Sunday.

Diane Brisebois, coordinator for GoTopless.org, speaks at the Bare With Us Rally in Waterloo, Ont., on Aug. 1, 2015. Alysha Brilla and her two sisters, Tameera Mohamed and Nadia Mohamed, who were recently cycling topless when a police officer told them to cover up, organized the Bare With Us rally to help raise awareness about women's rights. (THE CANADIAN PRESS/Hannah Yoon)

Topless rally in Waterloo, Ont.

A rally and march organized by three sisters who were stopped by a police officer for biking topless a week ago was held Saturday in Waterloo, Ont.

Cecil the lion is seen at Hwange National Parks in this undated handout picture received July 31, 2015. (REUTERS/A.J. Loveridge/Handout via Reuters)

Zimbabwe suspends hunting

Zimbabwe has suspended the hunting of lions, leopards and elephants in an area where a lion popular with tourists was killed, and is investigating the killing of another lion in April that may have been illegal, the country's wildlife authority said Saturday.

A French gendarme (top partially hidden) works on a oversized crate in the cargo area of the airport in Saint-Denis on the French Indian Ocean island of La Reunion, July 31, 2015. A flaperon, which helps pilots control an aircraft in flight, is to be shipped to France where authorities will analyze the plane debris found on Reunion Island to determine whether it came from Malaysia Airlines Flight MH370 which disappeared without a trace 16 months ago with 239 passengers and crew on board. (REUTERS/Zinfos974/Prisca Bigot)

Suspected MH370 debris arrives in France

Airplane debris that washed up on the Indian Ocean island of Reunion and may belong to a vanished Malaysia Airlines Boeing 777 arrived in France on Saturday for investigators to study its origin.

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