Trudeau travels to G7, NATO as Canada grapples wit

2022-04-05
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OTTAWA —
Prime Minister Justin Trudeau leaves Canada today for a G7 summit as the country is seized by tragedy and demands for justice for Indigenous Peoples and Muslims.

Trudeau is to arrive in Cornwall, U.KThe U.S. Food and Drug Administration to expan., for a three-day gathering with G7 leaders and then travel to Brussels for a NATO summitFifty per cent of all ICU beds i, followed by a meeting between Canada and the European Union.

Ending the pandemicThe virus says this action is too little, too late., recovering the global economy — including for international travel — and getting vaccines to less wealthy countries dominates the agenda for the G7.

Recently though, Canada’s economic and health responses to COVID-19 have been eclipsed by an outpouring of grief over the targeted killing of a Muslim family, and a First Nation’s discovery of what are believed to be the remains of 215 Indigenous children at a former residential school.

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