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Monday, October 2: Donald Trump’s civil fraud trial is underway; meanwhile, two scientists behind the COVID-19 mRNA vaccine receive a Nobel Prize.
Friday, September 29: The feds look to find savings in defence spending, Las Vegas police have a suspect in the death of Tupac Shakur, and flooding wreaks havoc in New York City.
Thursday, September 28: Saskatchewan premier says he’s pushing through with his school pronoun policy, a B.C. Sikh leader says his life in in danger, and the Yaroslav Hunka fallout continues.
September 27, 2023: Prime Minster Justin Trudeau apologizes over Parliament’s recognition of a Nazi, the latest on Calgary’s E. coli outbreak and Quebec may get its own EV battery plant.
September 26, 2023: House Speaker Anthony Rota resigns, Poland wants Canada to extradite Hunka and a doctor is suing an Ontario hospital over a secret murder investigation.
Monday, September 25: House Speaker Anthony Rota is facing calls to resign, Hollywood studios reach a deal with striking writers, and a new report highlights the dangers of spinal surgery delays.
Friday, September 22: One RCMP officer is dead in B.C., Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelenskyy speaks to Parliament, and Canada’s standoff with India continues.
Thursday, September 21: Ont. Premier Doug Ford reverses his decision to allow development on the Greenbelt, India suspends visa services in Canada, and Rupert Murdoch steps down from Fox and News Corp.
September 20, 2023: India warns its nationals to be cautious in Canada, anti-LGBTQ2S+ protests and counter-protests across Canada and Zelenskyy calls on the UN to strip Russia of certain powers.
September 19, 2023: India denies Canada's allegations it was involved in the murder of a B.C. Sikh leader, B.C.'s Sikh community reacts and inflation rises in Canada.
September 18, 2023: Canada has expelled a 'key' Indian diplomat after Trudeau accused the country of playing a role in the death of a B.C. Sikh leader, Parliament returns and Iran swaps prisoners with the U.S.
Saturday, September 16: Many Maritimes residents are without power due to fallen tree and downed power lines, meanwhile; Libya investigates dam collapse.
Friday, September 15: The Maritimes prepare for the arrival of Hurricane Lee, the Nathaniel Veltman trial continues, and auto workers in the U.S. walk off the job.
Thursday, September 14: The Liberals announce a plan to boost rental construction, the death toll in Libya exceeds 11,000, and NASA commits to finding answers on UFOs.
Wednesday, September 13: The federal government announces a housing deal in London, Ont., the search continues for survivors of catastrophic flooding in Libya, and a U.S. fugitive has been captured.
Tuesday, Sept. 12: Catastrophic flooding in Libya; a patient accused of a stabbing; and investigating a major E. coli outbreak.
Monday, September 11: The death toll in Morocco exceeds 2,800 after the earthquake, Prime Minister Justin Trudeau is stuck in India, and the trial for the man charged in the killing of the London, Ont. Muslim family begins.
Saturday, September 9: The death toll of a powerful earthquake exceeds 2,000 in Morocco; meanwhile, G20 summit kicks off in New Delhi.
Friday, September 8: Pierre Poilievre gives his speech to Conservative delegates, a lawsuit is launched after E. Coli spreads at a daycare, and Canada’s latest job numbers are in.
Thursday, September 7: More Quebecers are turning to private health care, the feds pick a judge to lead the foreign interference inquiry, and the Conservative convention begins.
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