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Codiac RCMP officers take cover behind their vehicle in Moncton, New Brunswick June 4, 2014. Three...

Codiac RCMP officers take cover behind their vehicle in Moncton, New Brunswick June 4, 2014. Three police officers were shot dead and two more were wounded, police said as they conducted a manhunt for a man carrying a rifle and wearing camouflage clothes. (REUTERS/Viktor Pivarov/Moncton Times & Transcript)

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Hereís a roundup of news and other tidbits to get you started today.

1. Manhunt continues in New Brunswick

Police in Moncton, N.B., are still looking for a camouflage-clad 24-year-old man suspected of killing three Mounties last night and wounding two others.

Follow our coverage of this developing story here.


2. Kings take Game 1

Mike Richards of the Los Angeles Kings celebrates as Henrik Lundqvist of the New York Rangers gives up the game-winning goal to Justin Williams at the Staples Center on June 4, 2014 in Los Angeles, California. (Bruce Bennett/Getty Images/AFP)

The LA Kingsí Justin Williams scored in overtime against the New York Rangers last night, tipping a 2-2 game in his teamís favour.

In other hockey news, Don Cherry is making headlines again for suggesting that Canadian teams donít have enough Canadian players.

The Kings have 15 Canadian-born players and the Rangers have 12 on the roster.


3. GoPro captures armed robbery

A mountain biker was robbed of his ride and other gear by an armed man and his posse in Cape Town over the weekend.

What the assailants didnít know - or didn't seem concerned about - was that the whole thing was being caught on tape via the GoPro camera the cyclist was wearing.

Thanks in part to this tape, which has gone viral, Malcolm Fox was able to get his stuff back and three men have been charged.


4. Justin Bieberís racist repeat

Another video of a young Justin Bieber saying racist stuff surfaced just days after he apologized for a similar clip of him saying the N-word.

One big question for his sagging career here - will Bieber be branded a racist or will he simply continue to be perceived as an ignorant brat?

One thing's for sure - this kid has friends sort of like Toronto Mayor Rob Fordís.


5. Deer stop traffic in downtown Winnipeg

(TOM BRODBECK/QMI AGENCY

A pack of young deer decided to go play in traffic in downtown Winnipeg yesterday.

The police were called in to get the animals out of the way, but not before some great pictures were snapped of the trioís little adventure.

- With files from Reuters and QMI Agency


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