Day: May 31, 2022

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Racial profiling trial debates power of Quebec police to make random car stops

Joseph-Christopher Luamba said Monday in a Montreal court that when he sees a police car while driving, he begins to prepare to pull over. In the 18 months since getting his driver’s license in March 2018, Luamba said he was stopped by police around 10 times for no reason. He said he was driving a […]

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Judge to instruct jury in sexual assault trial of Jacob Hoggard on Tuesday

A Toronto judge is due to instruct the jury today in the sexual assault trial of Canadian musician Jacob Hoggard. Ontario Superior Court Judge Gillian Roberts will outline the legal principles that jurors must consider when deciding on a verdict, after which deliberations will begin. Hoggard, 37, pleaded not guilty to two counts of sexual […]

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We need to design, fund our social systems around the idea that children with disabilities grow into adults with disabilities

This opinion piece is by John Loeppky, a disabled artist and freelance writer/editor in Regina. It is part of a series called Taking a Sitting Stand on disability issues, and is a partnership between CBC Saskatchewan and CBC’s Network of creators. For more information on CBC Opinion Sectionplease consult the FAQs. Flipping through old photos […]

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Rachel Zegler to star in ‘Hunger Games’ prequel

NEW YORK (AP) – Freshly landed his decisive role in “West Side Story” by Steven Spielberg, Rachel Zegler will star in Lionsgate’s planned “Hunger Games” prequel. The studio announced Tuesday that Zegler will play Lucy Gray Baird in ‘The Hunger Games: The Ballad of Songbirds and Serpents,’ an expansion to the ‘Hunger Games’ saga set […]

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CA

Ottawa struggles to deliver benefits to disabled veterans and vulnerable populations: AG report

A new report from the Auditor General of Canada released Tuesday finds the federal government is struggling to ensure that disabled veterans, injured police officers and vulnerable Canadians receive the benefits they need. Karen Hogan on Tuesday presented four reports auditing the federal government’s efforts to: provide disability benefits to veterans; provide income and other […]

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Global

Eurozone inflation hit a new high in May, hitting 8.1%

Eurozone inflation hit a record 8.1% in May, amid soaring energy and food prices fueled in part by Russia’s war in Ukraine. Annual inflation in the 19 countries that use the euro has surpassed the previous record of 7.4% reached in March and April, according to the latest figures published on Tuesday by the European […]

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Germany to supply IFVs to Greece, Athens to deliver Soviet weapons to Kyiv

BRUSSELS (Reuters) – Germany will deliver infantry fighting vehicles (IFVs) to Greece so the government in Athens can pass Soviet-style weapons to Ukraine, German Chancellor Olaf Scholz said on Tuesday. “We will supply Greece with German infantry fighting vehicles,” he told reporters after a two-day EU summit in Brussels, adding that he had reached an […]

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Bose Frames audio sunglasses are on sale at QVC

Yahoo Life received compensation for creating this article and receives a commission from purchases made through links on this page. Pricing and availability are subject to change. Sun and sound: Bose frames have built-in wireless headphones. (Photo: Bose) Have fun in the sun and get high-quality sound all in one go with these awesome Bose […]

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Hanging deaths of 3 men at Ontario jail probed in joint investigation

The coroner’s inquest will continue Tuesday hearing testimony regarding the hanging deaths of three inmates at a provincial jail in Lindsay, Ont. Arun Kumar Rajendiran, Darrel Tavernier and Stephen Kelly were found dead in their cells between 2014 and 2019 at the East Central Correctional Center (CECC) – a provincial facility with a controversial history, […]

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