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Floyd family to announce civil lawsuit against Minneapolis

Attorneys for George Floyd's family are set to announce a civil lawsuit Wednesday against the city of Minneapolis and the police officers involved in his death.

Ex-officer suing RCMP says she didn't understand racism until joining force

One of the first Indigenous women to join the Manitoba RCMP is now suing the force for alleged systemic racism she experienced, including unequal pay and years of discrimination that culminated in psychological trauma.

Lawyer for Sudbury doctor facing child porn charges argues his client's Charter rights were violated

This week in a Sudbury courtroom, the lawyer representing a Sudbury doctor facing child pornography charges challenged the validity of search warrants and the actions of a Sudbury police officer in getting passwords to the doctor's computer.

At least 26 flights have arrived in Canada with COVID-19 cases in last two weeks

Within the last two weeks -- the 14-day window believed by scientists to be the incubation period of COVID-19 -- at least 26 flights have arrived in Canadian airports with confirmed cases of the virus onboard.

Police notified of 21,422 cases where travellers to Canada may have broken quarantine rules

Police have been notified for follow-up in more than 21,000 cases where travellers arriving in Canada either couldn't be reached or showed 'indication of non-compliance' with the mandatory 14-day quarantine rules.

Global COVID-19 cases soar by more than 1 million over 5 days, again

Coronavirus cases soared by more than a million globally in just five days as the numbers continue to accelerate from week to week, according to figures from Johns Hopkins University.

Search for father of girls found dead in Quebec complicated by terrain: experts

The dense, forested terrain southwest of Quebec City is likely complicating the search for the father of two girls who were found dead after becoming subjects of an Amber Alert, two experts said Tuesday as the manhunt stretched into its sixth day.

Changes coming for international students beginning Canadian studies online

The federal government is rolling out a series of measures aimed at making it easier for international students who will be beginning their fall semesters taking online courses from Canadian schools, while COVID-19 restrictions remain in place.

Cards granting medical exemptions from wearing face masks are bogus, feds warn

Canada's human rights watchdog says no Canadian should use what it describes as fake cards claiming to grant medical exemptions from wearing face masks in public.

Ghislaine Maxwell denied bail after pleading not guilty in Epstein-related sex abuse case

Jeffrey Epstein associate Ghislaine Maxwell was denied bail after pleading not guilty to sex abuse charges.

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