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US & Canada · Uvalde

Two dead, 14 injured in elementary school shooting in Texas

51% Center coverage: 101 sources
The Uvalde Consolidated Independent School District said an active shooter was reported at Robb Elementary School. The suspect is now in custody, according to police. Students have been brought to the civic center and parents "are encouraged to pick up their children at this time" The district said that the city's civic center will be used as a reunification center.See the Story
Europe · Winnipeg

First of three flights bringing Ukrainians to Canada to land in Winnipeg

50% Left coverage: 14 sources
The first of three charter flights bringing about 900 Ukrainian refugees fleeing Russia's invasion to Canada landed in Winnipeg Monday. The flight was met by Deputy Prime Minister Chrystia Freeland and Winnipeg Liberal MPs Dan Vandal, Jim Carr, Kevin Lamoureux and Terry Duguid as well as members of the Rusalka Ukrainian Dance Ensemble. The refugees were taken to the province's Ukrainian Refugee Reception Centre near the airport to receive help with settlement.See the Story
Europe · Kyiv

War in Ukraine: Russia says it is ready to resume talks

50% Right coverage: 10 sources
Russia will be ready to return to negotiations with Ukraine as soon as Kyiv shows a constructive position, RIA cited Deputy Foreign Minister Andrey Rudenko as saying. Rudenko did not rule out that discussions are taking place on the subject of Russia exchanging prisoners from the Azovstal steelworks.See the Story

Green light for redevelopment of former Royal Victoria Hospital

Coverage: 2 sources
The Office de consultation publique de Montréal (OCPM) recommends proceeding with the redevelopment of the site of the former Royal Victoria Hospital by McGill University, but has reservations, particularly with regard to the addition of a wing to the Women's Pavilion, and suggests integrating the woodlands and green spaces north of the site into Mount Royal Park.See the Story

National Security Report | Canada Unequipped to Face Growing Threats

Coverage: 2 sources
The rise of the extreme right in the United States poses just as significant a threat to Canada's national security as cyber attacks by rogue states, foreign interference, Russia's brutal invasion of Ukraine, and rivalry among major powers.See the Story

Fear of Shortage | Health Canada Extends Importation of Infant Infants

100% Left coverage: 1 sources
Health Canada says it is prepared for the possibility that a shortage of sunflower oil could exacerbate the supply difficulties of infant formula in the country.See the Story
Montreal · Montreal

Summer Programming in Montreal | Visitors Invited to Invest Downtown

100% Left coverage: 1 sources
Urban beach, free shows, outdoor screening evenings, an Asian food market, interactive experiences, a big sale, circus shows... These are some of the activities that Montrealers and visitors are invited to during the summer in downtown Montreal.See the Story
Quebec · Quebec

Gabor Szilasi | Time for Honors

100% Left coverage: 1 sources
Having documented rural and urban life in Quebec for 65 years, Gabor Szilasi is one of Canada's greatest photographers. And one of the most endearing visual artists, the art community affectionately calling him Gabor. La Presse met the 94-year-old artist on the occasion of the release, on Friday, of the documentary by Joannie Lafrenière, which pays tribute to him.See the Story
Hospitals · Quebec

COVID-19 balance sheet | Deaths fell by half in one week

100% Left coverage: 1 sources
The overall picture of COVID-19 continues to improve in Quebec, despite a slight increase in hospitalizations recorded on Tuesday. The number of deaths associated with the disease is in fact falling sharply, having fallen by half in the last seven days.See the Story

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