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- Meet the Canadian woman guarding the Queen
- A Canadian soldier is set to upend more than 300 years of British history, becoming the first woman to command the troops guarding the Queen and royal residences in London. Capt. Megan Couto will lead some 40 Canadian soldiers through the Changing of the Guard at Buckingham Palace on Monday.
- Black Lives Matter NYC 'inspired' by Toronto chapter's calls for removal of uniformed police
- Inspired by Black Lives Matter Toronto's demonstration at the Toronto Pride Parade last year, members of the activist group in New York City are now calling on the removal of uniformed police officers from their city's parade.
- Coming soon to a mall near you: condos and office space video
- Canadian mall owners and developers were already in the process of getting approval for major makeovers - now Sears gives them all the more reason to move fast.
- 'Your actual place in society': Minority Montrealers stung by racial divide at Fête nationale parade video
- A viral video of Saturday's parade quickly sparked controversy with some saying organizers were advertising systemic racism by allowing floats to be pushed predominantly by minorities and ridden predominantly by white people.
- At least 9 dead, 28 missing after tourist boat sinks in Colombia
- A tourist ferry packed with around 170 passengers for the holiday weekend capsized Sunday on a reservoir near the Colombian city of Medellin, officials say.