Rioting across the U.S. leaves cities reeling, three dead

Dozens of cities across the United States were left early Sunday to assess the toll of a grim night of violent riots that left at least three dead, dozens injured, hundreds arrested and buildings and businesses in charred ruins as protests over the death of a black Minneapolis man in police custody continued for a fifth day.(Fox News)

Video shows Slain Toronto rapper Houdini targeted in gunfight

Disturbing video depicts a frantic downtown gunfight between a slain Toronto rapper’s pals and an assassin that risked killing innocent bystanders, including a six-year-old boy who was narrowly missed by ricocheting bullets. (Toronto Sun)

B.C. judge rules against Huawei’s Meng Wanzhou, extradition process will continue

VANCOUVER - A B.C. Supreme Court judge has ruled that a critical test in the extradition case of Huawei executive Meng Wanzhou has been met, and the extradition process will continue. (CTV)
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    Deadly shooting near George Floyd protest as looting, arson grips Minneapolis

    Protests in Minneapolis over the death of George Floyd took a dramatic turn for the worse Wednesday night as city police responded to stores in the city being looted and burned as well as a deadly shooting at a protest location. (Fox)

    U Conn murder suspect arrested after six day manhunt

    A suspect in two killings and a kidnapping in Connecticut has been arrested in Maryland after a six-day manhunt, authorities said. Peter Manfredonia, 23,was taken into custody Wednesday evening in Hagerstown, Maryland, Connecticut State Police tweeted. (CNN)

    Vancouver storefronts impassable due to garbage, human waste and open drug use

    Business owners trying to reopen in the downtown core are coming into conflict with homeless people who have taken shelter in parks, plazas and storefronts during the public health emergency. “Things have gone from good, to bad, to downright ugly,” said Stephen Regan, executive director of the West End Business Improvement Association. “It’s a perfect storm with businesses that are closed that have awnings and alcoves — those tend to be good places to hunker down for the evening or even a full day or a week.” (Vancouver Sun)

    Police announce arrests after probe into organized crime and violence in the tow truck industry

    TORONTO - Several organized crime groups working within the towing industry have been using violence and property damage as a way to grab control and territory within the industry in southern Ontario, York Regional Police said Tuesday, while announcing multiple arrests. (CBC)

    Hong Kong cops tear gas protestors demonstrating Chinese security laws

    HONG KONG - Hong Kong police fired tear gas and water cannon to disperse thousands of people who rallied on Sunday to protest against Beijing’s plan to impose national security laws on the city. (The Province)

    Halifax motorcade honours Snowbirds Captaincies. Jenn Casey

    The body of Capt. Jennifer Casey was returned to Halifax Sunday, welcomed by family, friends and dignitaries for a ramp ceremony and motorcade through parts of Casey's hometown. Casey, 35, was a public affairs officer for the Canadian Forces Snowbirds and former journalist. She died on May 17 when the aircraft she was in crashed after takeoff in Kamloops, B.C. (CBC)

    CSIS warns foreign investment by ‘state-owned enterprises’ is a threat to national security

    The Canadian Security Intelligence Service (CSIS) has warned that foreign investment within the country runs the risk of endangering national security. In the 2019 annual public report which was tabled on Wednesday, CSIS pointed to “a number of state-owned enterprises and private firms” with close ties to foreign governments as culprits. (True North)