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US & Canada · Uvalde

Kids to 911 during siege: 'Please send the police'

53% Center coverage: 116 sources
Nearly 20 officers stood in a hallway outside of the classrooms during this week's attack on a Texas elementary school for more than 45 minutes. The on-site commander believed the gunman, 18-year-old Salvador Ramos, was barricaded in a classroom at Robb Elementary School in Uvalde. The crisis came to an end after a group of tactical officers entered the school at 12:45 p.m., the Texas Department of Public Safety said.See the Story
San Francisco Giants · San Francisco

'I am not okay with the state of this country': Giants manager Gabe Kapler pens essay after Uvalde shooting

52% Center coverage: 68 sources
Giants coach Gabe Kapler plans anthem protest over U.S. gun violence. Liverpool manager Juergen Klopp dedicates Champions League final to Ukraine people. Los Angeles Lakers sign former Milwaukee Bucks assistant coach Darvin Ham to four-year deal. Jimmy Butler scores 47 points as Miami Heat force Game 7 in NBA Finals.See the Story
US & Canada · Houston

Protests at NRA convention in Texas, but speakers reject new U.S. gun laws

67% Left coverage: 9 sources
Protesters hold signs and crosses with photos of victims from the Texas elementary school shooting. About 500 protesters, some shouting NRA go away, jeered attendees outside the George R. Brown Convention Center in Houston. The American gun lobby came under pressure after the massacre.See the Story
US & Canada · Burnaby

B.C. aims to end 'period poverty,' expand access to menstrual products

50% Left coverage: 8 sources
The British Columbia government says it is providing $750,000 to expand access to free menstrual products for people who need them. Half of the people who menstruate in B.C. have struggled to buy the products they need at some point in their lives, the minister of social development says.See the Story
US & Canada · Winnipeg

Students at Winnipeg school find body during community cleanup: Pembina Trails School Division

Coverage: 7 sources
Grade 7 and 8 students made the discovery while cleaning up a field on the southwest side of the city. The school division said the body was not found on school property. Winnipeg police confirmed officers were on scene Friday, but wouldn't state the nature of their investigation. The police are completing their investigation, says the school division.See the Story
US & Canada · Regina

Western premiers address affordability issues, energy security

Coverage: 2 sources
Premiers from across Canada have been lobbying the federal government to increase its share of health transfer to 35 per cent. The annual meeting of provincial and territorial leaders from British Columbia, Alberta, Saskatchewan, Manitoba, Northwest Territories, Yukon and Nunavut was virtual in 2021.See the Story
Housing

As food prices soar, Winnipeg public housing residents learn to grow their own

100% Left coverage: 1 sources
The Marlene Street Community Resource Centre hosted a gardening event on Thursday. The event was organized to get people outside, while also giving them the tools and supplies they needed to grow their own food. Food security has definitely been a top concern for residents in the development in recent months, the executive director said.See the Story
Sports · Atikokan

'I love every second of this': Atikokan swimmers hit the pool for first meet

100% Left coverage: 1 sources
Tom Hainey was born in Atikokan, and got his start in the pool with the town's Nakokita Swim Club in the late 1970s. He relaunched the club a few years ago after it had been defunct for about two decades. He is now coaching a new group of swimmers at their first meet.See the Story
Donetsk · Donetsk

Russia pressing for control of key railway hub in Ukraine's Donetsk region

100% Left coverage: 1 sources
Russia says its forces are in full control of the Ukrainian town of Lyman, a railway hub in the Donetsk region. The gain would help set the stage for the next phase of the Kremlin's offensive in the eastern Donbas. The town lies 40 kilometres west of Severodonetsk, the largest Donbas city still held by Ukraine but under heavy assault from Russian forces.See the Story

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