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PM Trudeau meets crash victims' families amid threat of new tensions with Iran

CTV News Friday, 10 January 2020 ()
Prime Minister Justin Trudeau is meeting this morning with families of the victims of Wednesday's plane crash in Iran, which killed 176 people, including 138 who were bound for Canada.
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In western Canada, a community comes together to mourn plane crash victims.

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