The Current for June 6, 2018

From allegations that Canada could be complicit in "violating international law" by helping the U.S. to intercept suspected smugglers and detain them in "floating Guantánamos"; to a medical study which suggests that chemotherapy may not always be needed to treat breast cancer — and up to 30,000 women in Canada could be spared the ordeal every year ... This is The Current.
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From allegations that Canada could be complicit in "violating international law" by helping the U.S. to intercept suspected smugglers and detain them in "floating Guantánamos"; to a medical study which suggests that chemotherapy may not always be needed to treat breast cancer — and up to 30,000 women in Canada could be spared the ordeal every year ... This is The Current.