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US & Canada · Chariton County

Amtrak derails in Missouri, multiple injuries reported

63% Center coverage: 129 sources
Several cars from one of its trains derailed after hitting a dump truck at a public crossing. Train 4 was traveling from Los Angeles to Chicago when it crashed in Mendon, Missouri. There are approximately 243 passengers onboard with early reports of injuries. Authorities in the area are assisting customers, and Amtrak has sent resources to help.See the Story
Hall of Fame · Ottawa

Daniel Alfredsson named to Hockey Hall of Fame

40% Center coverage: 15 sources
The Hockey Hall of Fame announced their class of 2022 on Monday. Roberto Luongo, Henrik Sedin, and Daniel Alfredsson will be inducted. The Sedins are identical twins who spent their entire career playing on the same line. There was a possibility for a Canucks sweep of the 2022 class, with Alexander Mogilny one of the most deserving players.See the Story
US & Canada

Child dies after being left in hot car while mother taught at Ontario high school, mayor says

62% Center coverage: 13 sources
An Ontario community is reeling after a 23-month-old boy died when he was accidentally left in a hot car outside the school where his mother taught, the mayor says.See the Story
US & Canada · Ottawa

No 'warnings or second chances' for illegal activity on Canada Day: Ottawa mayor

56% Center coverage: 9 sources
Mayor Jim Watson and interim police chief Steve Bell say security plans have been drawn up to allow for safe celebrations on Friday. The city has been the scene of several large demonstrations since supporters of the "Freedom Convoy" occupied the downtown core for three weeks in January and February. Watson says Ottawa residents and visitors should feel comfortable heading to the Canada Day celebrations.See the Story
Hamilton Bulldogs

Hamilton tops Shawinigan in OT, advances to Memorial final

57% Left coverage: 7 sources
Jan Mysak scores 10:08 into overtime as Hamilton Bulldogs beat Shawinigan Cataractes 4-3. The dramatic semifinal win propels the Bulldogs into the championship game against the host Saint John Sea Dogs. Artem Grushnikov, Mason McTavish and Logan Morrison scored in regulation for the Bulldogs. Mavrik Bourque, Olivier Nadeau and William Veillette scored for in regulation time.See the Story
Stabbing · Toronto

Bank employee stabbed 'multiple times' during downtown Toronto hold-up

50% Left coverage: 6 sources
An employee was stabbed 'multiple times' during a June 27 hold-up at a Bank of Montreal branch at 291 Spadina Ave. Toronto paramedics rushed the victim to a trauma centre with serious, but non-life-threatening, injuries. Police described the suspect as a Black male wearing red shoes, dark blue jeans, a dark coat with white stripes/collar, a red hoodie, a white mask, and a yellow toque.See the Story

Customs officer union demands more hires as travel turbulence continues

57% Center coverage: 7 sources
The federal border agency is not moving fast enough to fill staff shortages that have bogged down airport traffic and revved-up passenger frustration, the union representing customs officers says.See the Story
Doug Ford

Ford defends decision to name nephew minister of multiculturalism

Coverage: 6 sources
Doug Ford defends decision to name his nephew minister of citizenship and multiculturalism. The premier says his nephew Michael Ford has "extensive experience," having previously served on Toronto city council and as a school trustee. The cabinet presented Friday has many ministers in the same roles they held under Ford's last government.See the Story

Stylish Italian star Lorenzo Insigne says move to Toronto FC was a 'life choice'

34% Center coverage: 3 sources
Lorenzo Insigne becomes the MLS's highest-paid player, vaulting past Chicago's Xherdan Shaqiri's US$8.15 million in 2022. Insigne's move to Toronto on a four-year deal was announced Jan. 8 but his arrival was delayed until his existing contract with Napoli expired at the end of the Italian season. He is one of several stars joining MLS in the MLS transfer window opening July 7.See the Story

What is the legal status of abortion in Canada and do we need a law? Experts weigh in

Coverage: 2 sources
Abortion has been legal in Canada since 1988, when the Supreme Court decided a law that criminalized abortion was unconstitutional. No government has since attempted to legislate on the issue. Abortion falls under provincial health-care systems as a medical procedure, meaning that access to the procedure varies considerably from place to place.See the Story
Boston Red Sox

Blue Jays hit three homers, Gausman shines as Toronto dumps Boston Red Sox 7-2

100% Center coverage: 1 sources
George Springer, Vladimir Guerrero Jr., and Matt Chapman homered to power the Toronto Blue Jays to a 7-2 victory over the Boston Red Sox. Toronto starter Kevin Gausman worked seven shutout innings as Toronto used a 10-hit attack to end Boston's winning streak at seven games. The game kicked off an eight-game homestand for the Blue Jays against American League East division foes.See the Story
Toronto · Toronto

Toronto police release new video appealing to public in Raheem White case

100% Center coverage: 2 sources
Raheem White was last seen on Dec. 1 in Toronto's Junction neighbourhood. Toronto Police Service and Crime Stoppers have released a video in an effort to maintain awareness. White is described as a Black male, six feet tall, weighs 200 lbs with an athletic build, brown eyes and black hair worn in dreadlocks.See the Story

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