5 things to know today: Judge’s conduct prompts review
A Supreme Court judge is under investigation, a human-trafficking survivor has a warning for Canadian parents, and a discovery in central England appears to prove what was once a “folk tale.”
Here’s what you need to know to start your day.
1. Conduct to be reviewed. The Judicial Council of Canada says it is reviewing the complaint the alleged behavior Justice of the Supreme Court of Canada.
2. Certainty of value The Bank of Canada is set to announce its interest rate decision this morning, when economists widely expect the central bank to keep its key interest rate on hold.
3. The lawyer’s tale of trafficking. A woman who was lured into a sex-trafficking network for the first time warns parents that it can happen.”right under your nose“.
4. “The problem is solved.” The Tragically Hip has responded to an online dispute over the use of his music, saying the venue, which recently hosted Conservative leader Pierre Poulevre, had a music license and did not need “special permissions” to play one of the band’s songs.
5. Cognitive impairment. In a new Canadian study, researchers found that not only did patients with previous COVID-19 perform worse on two specific cognitive tasks, but brain imaging showed that during those tasks there was lack of oxygen reaching areas of the brain that would normally be fully involved.
One more thing…
“This folk tale has always existed.” Roman sanctuary under the revealed grave in central England
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