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The i says There are Queen tributes and then there are Queen tributes. Canadian prime minister Justin Trudeau’s office has defended his behaviour after he was filmed singing Bohemian Rhapsody alongside a musician in London’s Corinthia hotel.
The Guardian says The fugitive wanted over a mass stabbing in Canada that killed 10 people and injured 18 has died in hospital after his arrest, police have confirmed, with sources saying his death was the result of self-inflicted wounds.
The second suspect in the stabbing rampage that killed 10 people and left 18 injured in and around a Canadian Indigenous reserve died following a car chase.
Cause of death unknown.
Damien Sanderson, 31, has been found dead with injuries that did not appear self-inflicted.
Damien and his brother Myles, 30, were being hunted by Canadian police following a mass stabbing attack that left 10 people dead and 18 injured in Saskatchewan.
Canadian police are hunting two men who are suspected of stabbing at least 10 people to death in a rampage that has rocked the nation.
“I am deeply sorry,” Pope Francis historically said on Monday, as he issued an apology for the Catholic Church’s cooperation with Canada’s “catastrophic” policy of indigenous residential schools.
TRT World says a man acquitted in a bombing that killed 329 people aboard an Air India flight in 1985 has been killed in a possible targeted shooting, police and relatives have said.
Aljazeera says THE government of Canada announced that it will ban the manufacturing and import of a number of “harmful” single-use plastics, with several new regulations coming into place in December.
CNN says Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau on Monday announced the introduction of a bill that would place a national freeze on handgun ownership across Canada.
The Guardian says Carolyn Egan has seen people cross the Canada-US border for abortions – going north to south.
Arab News says Canada is ending rarely used special measures invoked nine days ago to tackle weeks-long protests that shut some border crossings and paralyzed Ottawa.
The Independent says Canadian lawmakers on Monday voted to extend the emergency powers that the Trudeau government says police need to throttle the reemergence of “Freedom Convoy”.
Arab News says Canada’s parliament on Monday backed Prime Minister Justin Trudeau’s decision to invoke rarely-used emergency powers to end pandemic-related protests.
A tragic vessel sinking on Monday has killed at least 10 sailors and around a dozen others remain missing after the Spanish fishing trawler sank off the coast of Canada.
PM Justin Trudeau invokes Emergencies Act in response to ongoing protests – the ‘last-resort’ emergency powers causing a stir.