5 things to know today: Topless protester crashes 2023 Junos
Two people are dead after a pickup plowed into pedestrians in Quebec, a topless protester crashed on stage at the Juno Awards and an Ottawa Valley woman faces animal cruelty charges after rescuing 38 dogs. Here’s what you need to know to start your day.
1. A pedestrian nightmareTwo people were killed and nine were injured A pickup truck hit several pedestrians Monday in downtown Amki in Quebec’s Lower St. Lawrence region.
2. Layered JunosMonday’s wildly unpredictable Juno Awards took place a a half-naked protester charges the stagewhich leads to some fierce words from Avril Lavigne.
3. “Fear and Loathing”There was an Ottawa Valley woman charged with animal cruelty after the head of a local rescue agency called 38 dogs “traumatized.”
4. Royal apathyNew poll results suggest Canadians do largely indifferent to King Charles III, and more than half believe his coronation on May 6 is the right time for the country to reconsider its ties to the monarchy.
5. Consequences of Foreign RegistrySenator Yuen Pau Wu asks if a foreign exposure registry could become a “modern form of Chinese exclusion,” and says the angry response to his proposal proves his point about racial profiling and stigmatization.
One more thing…
prime minister’s salaryMost Canadians don’t know how long does he earn the prime minister?according to the survey.
Prime Minister Justin Trudeau arrives on Parliament Hill in Ottawa, Thursday, March 9, 2023. THE CANADIAN PRESS/Justin Tang
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