Tue 2 Jun 2020 | 0:27 EDT

Canada's Trudeau, opposition leaders vow to fight racism at home Monday, 1 Jun 2020

OTTAWA (Reuters) - Canadian Liberal Prime Minister Justin Trudeau and his rivals in the opposition vowed on Monday to fight racism at home as violent protests continued in the United States following the death of a black man in police custody in Minneapolis last week.  Full Article

Police fire rubber bullets, tear gas to disperse peaceful protest near White House 12:08am EDT 

WASHINGTON/MINNEAPOLIS (Reuters) - President Donald Trump on Monday vowed to use the U.S. military to halt protests over the death of a black man in police custody, before law enforcement officers fired rubber bullets and tear gas to clear demonstrators and allow the president to walk to a church and pose for pictures.  Full Article  |  Video  

Canadian factory activity shrinks less drastically in May Monday, 1 Jun 2020 

TORONTO (Reuters) - Canadian manufacturing activity contracted for the third straight month in May as the coronavirus crisis slashed demand from domestic and export markets, but the pace of decline was less severe than in April, data showed on Monday.  Full Article