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

Canada to fast-track C$2.2 billion for infrastructure to cash-strapped municipalities Monday, 1 Jun 2020 

OTTAWA (Reuters) - Canada's cash-strapped municipalities will receive C$2.2 billion ($1.62 billion) in fast-tracked federal infrastructure funding to help cover funding shortfalls in budgets battered during the COVID-19 pandemic, Prime Minister Justin Trudeau said on Monday.  Full Article  

Bird strike may have caused deadly Canadian Snowbirds jet crash, ministry says Monday, 1 Jun 2020 

OTTAWA (Reuters) - A preliminary investigation into the crash of a Canadian Snowbirds aerobatics team jet that killed one crew member and seriously injured another may have been caused by a bird strike, Canada's defense ministry said on Monday.  Full Article