Global National Full Headlines for July 1

Published on July 2, 2021 by

A fast-moving wildfire has destroyed 90 per cent of Lytton, B.C., days after the village recorded Canada’s hottest temperature in history. Robin Gill reports from an evacuation centre in the nearby city of Merritt, where residents who were forced to flee their homes are grappling with heart-breaking losses.

Heather Yourex-West looks at how Canada’s 154th birthday is being commemorated in Alberta, as the Siksika First Nation pays tribute to residential school victims and survivors.

In Ottawa, Parliament Hill is normally a scene of red and white celebrations on Canada Day. But as Mike Le Couteur explains, people there are wearing orange and rallying in the streets over the atrocities Indigenous people in the country have faced.

Jackson Proskow explains why the search for survivors of a condo that collapsed in Florida was briefly paused on day eight, as the Biden administration offers aid.

Prince Harry and William, the two sons of the late Princess Diana are putting their differences aside on what would have been their mother’s 60th birthday. Crystal Goomansingh explains why.

And, Ross Lord has the story of an 11-year-old Mi’kmaw boy in Nova Scotia, who’s embarked on a six-day trek through the province with a powerful message.

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