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5 things to know today: Fortin names Trudeau in lawsuit

Major General. Danny Fortin files a lawsuit against the Canadian government, Prime Minister Justin Trudeau appoints a special rapporteur to investigate foreign interference and find out who went half-naked on stage at the Juno Awards. Here’s what you need to know to start your day.

1. $6 million lawsuitMajor General. Danny Fortin, a high-ranking military officer who was acquitted of sexual assault at the end of last year, said: filed a $6 million lawsuit Against the Government of Canada.

2. External interventionPrime Minister Justin Trudeau appointed former Governor General David Johnston new independent special rapporteur who will consider outside interference.

3. Junos streakerThe topless woman who crashed Monday’s Juno Awards as Avril Lavigne was presenting is a BC environmental activist who has made other headlines before. attention-grabbing demonstrations.

4. The video was published. The Pentagon has published footage what it says is a Russian plane that shot down a US Air Force reconnaissance drone in international airspace over the Black Sea.

5. Go up and down. Most Canadian businesses have responded to federal and provincial calls during the pandemic to create a domestic sector for personal protective equipment collapsed.

One more thing…

Northern lights: There is high aurora activity After a ‘rare’ solar flare in Canada.

The biggest solar storm in five years sent a huge wave of radiation into the Earth’s atmosphere, creating a brilliant aurora display in Yellowknife, NWT, Thursday, March 8, 2012. THE CANADIAN PRESS/Bill Braden

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