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Otawa Protest, SCOC Decision on Rape Shield Act: June 30 News

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In The News is a compilation of The Canadian Press articles aimed at kick-starting the day. Here's what the editors are paying attention to on the morning of June 30th ...

What we see in Canada ...

Against COVID Vaccine requirements for Canadian Soldiers-19, accused of saying that, pass through Ottawa today and begin what the organizers have promised to be a new wave of protest throughout the summer.

Since then, reserve warrant officers have led a four-month march from Vancouver to the capital, in opposition to vaccination obligations and other COVID-19 restrictions. I did.

Topp's march involved the "Freedom Convoy" that roared downtown Ottawa for weeks until police used force to end what they and the government described as illegal occupation. Has been supported by many of the same people who did.

Residents are at stake while police have promised to crack down on illegal activity due to his arrival in the capital and promises of new protests beginning on Canada Day.

Last week at the "Freedom Convoy" on Parliamentary Hill, more than 20 Conservatives invited Topp and other key figures to speak about the dangers of the COVID-19 vaccine. I did.

This is also ...

The Canadian Supreme Court today has a constitutional ruling on the extension of Canadian rape. I will give you. The shield law created by the Liberal Party four years ago.

The rape victim protection law, which has been in force for decades in Canada, aims to prevent plaintiffs in sexual assault cases from using their sexual history to damage their credibility.

The criminal law states that evidence of plaintiff's previous sexual activity unrelated to the immediate charges can only be granted after a private hearing with the permission of the judge. I am.

Today's court ruling determines whether any extension of some of these laws in 2018 would infringe on the defendant's right to a fair trial.

These extensions include the claimant's status at a private hearing on evidence and the granting of rights to the attorney, in order for the accused to recognize the claimant's private records. You must seek permission from the judge at least 7 days in advance. Must be owned by the accused.

This included two separate appeals jointly heard by the Supreme Court, one filed by the accused and the other by the plaintiff.

And this too.

The historic summit of North Atlantic Treaty Organization leaders will end today, ending a global summit tour with a head-on focus on Russia's war in Ukraine.

Prime Minister Justin Trudeau met with other NATO leaders in Madrid, Spain on Wednesday to approve a new strategic concept that envisions the Alliance's defense plan for the next decade.

Today, leaders are discussing plans to protect the southern side of the alliance, especially from the threat of terrorism.

The NATO meeting follows the seven summits held in the Bavarian Alps, Germany, with leaders pledged to support Ukraine.

Before that, the prime minister was in Kigali, Rwanda, and there was an energy crisis and famine.

After the NATO summit, the Prime Minister will be hosted by President Pedro Sanchez of Spain and will have a short visit before returning to Canada.

What you see in the United States ...

Washington — About half of Americans are charged with crime by former President Donald Trump I believe it should be done A new poll shows his role in the January 6, 2021 attack on the US Capitol.

Associated Press-According to a survey by the NORC Public Relations Center, 48% of U.S. adults say the former president should be prosecuted for his role, 31% he does. It says it is not charged. An additional 20% say they don't have enough knowledge to express their opinions. 58% say Trump has a great deal of responsibility for what happened that day.

Polls by House Commission investigate January 6 in an attempt to uncover Trump's potential criminal liability in a case that led to a fatal riot. It was held after five hearings. However, before the surprise hearing on Tuesday, it was filmed featuring former Trump White House aide Cassidy Hutchinson. Her explosive testimony provided the most compelling evidence that the former president may be related to federal crime, experts say

Trump's view of criminal liability. Collapsed as expected in line with party policy, with 86% of Democrats saying 10 Trump should be prosecuted for crimes. Among Republicans, 68 percent say he shouldn't be prosecuted and 21 percent say they don't know. Still, the fact that almost half of the country believes he should be prosecuted is a noteworthy position for the former president and could be faced if he runs again at the White House in 2024. He points out a difficulty.

Trump's view of the role hasn't changed since December, but Americans are heavily responsible for the events of January 6 by Republicans in Congress. It's a little more likely now than it was.

46 percent now says it's up slightly from 41 percent in December. An additional 21% say Republicans have some responsibility, and 30% say they are not. The change in market share, where Republicans in parliament have great responsibility, was driven primarily by Democrats and independents.

Nearly 6 out of 10 Americans (56%) said they followed the news about the Congressional hearing. A small but significant share (42%) says they watched it.

A nine-member committee consisting of seven Democrats and two Republicans has over the past year's relationship with Trump and its allies, as well as the violence and turmoil that has occurred in the Capitol. We have been working 24 hours a day to investigate. The hearing phase of their investigation aims to showcase all of their investigation work to the American public in order to create a historical record of what happened.

What we see in other parts of the world ...

Srinagar, India — What Thousands of Hindu followers began a pilgrimage to India-dominated Kashmir's icy Himalayan caves on Thursday through passes and meadows in the harsh security of a Muslim-dominated area. rice field.

Officials say pilgrims have tagged believers with a wireless tracking system for the first time in the face of increasing threat of attacks from rebels fighting Indian rule. They also deployed drones for surveillance.

Religious activity has been the target of past attacks on suspicion of Islamic rebels accusing India of using India to strengthen control over conflict areas. This year's pilgrimage will take place after being suspended for two years due to a coronavirus pandemic.

At the beginning of Thursday, worshipers began a difficult trek through a forested mountain pass, overlooking the snow-covered mountain peaks. Some ride on ponies and wood chips carried by porters. Some chanted religious hymns while praying at the Amanas Shrine in the sacred mountain cave. There, Hindus worship the naturally formed stalagmites of the cave, the lingam, as an incarnation of Shiva, the god of destruction and rebirth of Hinduism.

A large security arrangement deployed tens of thousands of police and soldiers with automatic rifles and flake jackets to protect the pilgrimage. They set up checkpoints, barricades and temporary camps along the route leading to the cave.

Muslim rebels fighting against Indian rule in Kashmir for decades used pilgrimages as a political statement to strengthen their claims against the conflicting Himalayan region. As a blame for the majority of Hindus in India.

In the past, pilgrimages have been the target of rebels who have fought for Kashmir's independence from India or its merger with neighboring Pakistan since 1989. .. At least 50 pilgrims were killed. Three dozen attacks blaming extremists in the last thirty years. However, hundreds of people have died due to fatigue and exposure in bad weather as they travel through the frozen mountains.

Normally, hundreds of thousands of Hindus from all over India participate in pilgrimages. The pilgrimage lasts up to 45 days. This year, authorities expect nearly one million visitors after a two-year gap in annual efforts. The pilgrimage ends on August 11, and the Hindu full moon night commemorates Shiva, who unveiled the secrets of the creation of the universe.

This day in 1987 ...

Bank of Canada has stopped issuing $ 1 invoices did. They were replaced by $ 1 coins that became known as Looney. The $ 2 coin, which is a $ 2 coin, was introduced a few years later.

For entertainment ...

V is for vaccines.

According to the Sesame Workshop, a non-commercial educational institution behind "Sesame Street," Elmo was vaccinated with the COVID-19 vaccine on Tuesday.

In a public service announcement posted on YouTube, a beloved three-and-a-half-year-old "Sesame Street" star talked about how it feels to take a shot with her father.

"There was a bit of a pinch, but it was okay," Elmo said in the video.

Elmo's dad said he asked a lot of questions to the pediatrician who assured him that vaccination was safe and effective for his child.

"It was safe. Was it the right decision? I talked to our pediatrician so that I could make the right choice," Louie told PSA. Told. "I learned that vaccination of Elmo is the best way to keep myself, my friends, my neighbors, and everyone else healthy and enjoy what they love."

COVID-19 vaccination for the youngest Americans began last week. In other words, US children under the age of 5 (about 18 million young people) are targeted for shots.

US regulatory agencies have approved shots from Moderna and Pfizer. The Moderna vaccine is given twice and the Pfizer shot is given three times.

Last November, Big Bird was vaccinated — causing criticism from some conservative politicians. Republican Texas State Senator Ted Cruz called it "government propaganda."

The CDC recommends vaccination for people who already have COVID-19 to prevent reinfection, and that it is okay to vaccinate with other vaccines at the same time. I'm saying.

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Ottawa — The National Advisory Board on Immunization recommends booster shots this fall ahead of the potential future wave of COVID-19 in Canada.

With the release on Wednesday, NACI needs to plan to provide boosters to people at high risk of serious illness due to COVID, regardless of the number of booster doses previously received. It states that there is.

It states that this should include people over the age of 65, residents of long-term care or living facilities, and people over the age of 12 with a high-risk underlying illness. .. COVID-19 (Coronavirus Disease)

This recommendation states indigenous, racially discriminated, and estranged communities where infection can have disproportionate consequences. Adults and migrant workers, shelters, orthodontic facilities, group home dormitories are also included.

NACI is also 12 to 64 years old, regardless of the number of booster doses previously received. It is recommended to provide boosters to all other individuals up to.

COVID provided for this booster dose when evidence of a suitable vaccine becomes available. -19 states that it provides recommendations on vaccine types.

"COVID-19 cases, including associated hospitalizations and deaths, are currently declining in Canada, but COVID-19 cases. The potential, timing, and severity of future waves are uncertain, "NACI said in a release.

" Consistent with other respiratory viruses, the incidence of COVID-19 is It can increase in late fall and winter seasons, thus poses risks to individuals / communities and increases pressure on the medical system. ”

This by The Canadian Press. The report was first published on June 30, 2022.