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Families of Flight 752 victims demand plan, timeline for holding Iran to account

Families of Flight 752 victims demand plan, timeline for holding Iran to account

OTTAWA — Prime Minister Justin Trudeau has promised to keep fighting for answers into Iran's shooting down of a civilian airliner in January even as victims' families prepare to grill Canada's foreign minister over plans to hold the Islamic Republic

Montreal police investigating racist video allegedly created by local teens

Montreal police said Tuesday they're investigating a racist video that has been circulating widely online and features two girls believed to be local high school students.
Review of monuments sparks discussion of colonial narratives in N.L. history

Review of monuments sparks discussion of colonial narratives in N.L. history

ST. JOHN'S, N.L. — A review of statues that commemorate colonizing figures in Newfoundland and Labrador's history has reignited criticism of "discovery" narratives glorified in the province's culture.
Canada, U.S. confirm plan to extend border restrictions by another 30 days

Canada, U.S. confirm plan to extend border restrictions by another 30 days

OTTAWA — Prime Minister Justin Trudeau says Canada and the United States will continue to limit non-essential travel between the two countries until at least July 21.
Pandemic diplomacy, staggered voting marks finale for UN Security Council seats

Pandemic diplomacy, staggered voting marks finale for UN Security Council seats

OTTAWA — The cutthroat campaigning for a seat on the United Nations Security Council would hardly be described as a picnic or a walk in the park.
Trust in police drops amid anti-racism protests, poll suggests

Trust in police drops amid anti-racism protests, poll suggests

OTTAWA — More Canadians are questioning their trust in the police as protests against racism and police brutality sparked by the killing of George Floyd last month sweep across North America, a new poll suggests.
Trust in police questioned and whistle while you work; In The News for June 16

Trust in police questioned and whistle while you work; In The News for June 16

In The News is a roundup of stories from The Canadian Press designed to kickstart your day. Here is what's on the radar of our editors for the morning of June 16 ... --- Police poll ...

A look at how provinces plan to emerge from COVID-19 shutdown

Provinces have been releasing plans for easing restrictions that were put in place to limit the spread of COVID-19.
Scientists criticize Alberta's monitoring suspension, lack of consultation

Scientists criticize Alberta's monitoring suspension, lack of consultation

EDMONTON — Shutting down a broad range of Alberta's environmental monitoring over pandemic fears wasn't necessary, says the head of a group responsible for such work.
Mexico hits pause on sending temporary foreign workers after COVID-19 deaths

Mexico hits pause on sending temporary foreign workers after COVID-19 deaths

OTTAWA — Mexico won't send any more temporary foreign workers to Canada until it has more clarity on why two died due to COVID-19, the country's ambassador to Canada said Monday.