The former Minneapolis Police officer who pressed his knee into George Floyd's neck was charged with second-degree murder and the three other officers on scene during his killing are charged with aiding and abetting second-degree murder, according to court documents.
Human waste including excrement, used toilet paper, wipes and soiled socks can be found in the bushes and near the locked bathrooms in Regina’s Wascana Park. Public washrooms in the park and in nearby centres are currently closed to help prevent the spread of COVID-19.
The $300,000 First Nations and Métis Community Projects grant program will focus this year on locally-developed projects related to issues raised by the National Inquiry into Missing and Murdered Indigenous Women and Girls, the province says.
Prime Minister Justin Trudeau did not speak for some 21 seconds when asked to comment on U.S. President Donald Trump's handling of protesters in the United States, ultimately avoiding even saying Trump's name in his eventual response.
Former U.S. President Barack Obama is taking on an increasingly public role as the nation confronts a confluence of historic crises that has exposed deep racial and socioeconomic inequalities in America and reshaped the November election.
The federal government has begun procuring the supplies that will be essential for 'mass vaccinations' in the event that a vaccine is found for COVID-19, starting with signing a contract for 37 million syringes.
Tear gas choked Paris streets as riot police faced off with protesters setting fires Tuesday amid growing global outrage over George Floyd's death in the United States, racial injustice and heavy-handed police tactics around the world.
The province’s Water Security Agency (WSA) says the risk to the environment and public of oil sludge from the Regina’s Co-op Refinery discharging into the City of Regina’s sewer system on May 22 remains low.