Morning Update: France’s shock election and Europe’s right turn | Unpublished
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Author: Danielle Groen
Publication Date: June 11, 2024 - 06:48

Morning Update: France’s shock election and Europe’s right turn

June 11, 2024
Good morning. Macron rolls the dice as Europe swings right – more on that below, along with Calgary’s water restrictions and chatty elephants. But first:Today’s headlines
  • Liberals will support motion to turn foreign collusion allegations over to inquiry
  • Blinken says Hamas signal of support for UN-backed Gaza truce deal is ‘hopeful sign’
  • Beverley McLachlin to retire from seat on Hong Kong’s highest appellate court when term ends

Unpublished Newswire

The university says in a statement today it will pursue disciplinary action against people participating in the encampment, which began in late April.
June 18, 2024 - 11:55 | | Global News - Canada
According to staff, the Rental Replacement Bylaw will force property owners to provide assistance to tenants when they seek to demolish six or more rental units.
June 18, 2024 - 11:46 | Kevin Nielsen | Global News - Canada
Federally regulated workplaces will soon be banned from bringing in replacement workers during a legal strike, after the Senate passed a government bill Monday that is now set to become law.The bill – known as “anti-scab” legislation – also sets a fine of up to $100,000 a day for employers who have replaced striking workers.
June 18, 2024 - 11:41 | | The Globe and Mail