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Protesters pack Washington as Democrats move to rein in police
Protesters began to gather in Washington for a big demonstration on Saturday as street marches across the United States to protest the killing of a black man in custody enter a 12th day and authorities move to rein in policing tactics.
Burnt-out health-care workers warn of mass exodus in Quebec
Thousands take to Toronto streets in separate protests against anti-black racism
Donald Trump says Drew Brees shouldn't have backed off flag comments
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Indie cinemas are getting creative during COVID-19 - but is it enough to survive?
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Anti-black racism protests, vigils take place across Canada this weekend
Protesters pack Washington, D.C., as some Democrats pledge police reform in U.S.
Provincial border bans during COVID-19 spark lawsuits, anger from Canadians denied entry
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