Global National Full Headlines for July 15

Published on July 16, 2021 by

The Tk’emlúps te Secwépemc First Nation in Kamloops, British Columbia has confirmed hundreds of unmarked graves have been found near the former Kamloops Indian Residential School, with many hectares still to be searched, as survivors share powerful stories about the cruelty of the system. Robin Gill reports.

Alan Lagimodiere, Manitoba’s new Indigenous and northern relations minister, is apologizing over his comments on residential schools. Brittany Greenslade explains.

With Manitoba’s Tataskewayek Cree First Nation under a state of emergency over a mental health crisis, David Akin looks into the help being deployed to support the community.

Retired Gen. Jonathan Vance, Canada’s former top soldier, has now been charged with a criminal offence. As Mercedes Stephenson explains, the obstruction of justice charge follows a military investigation into sexual misconduct allegations, a story that Global News broke in February.

Jeff Semple has Torontonians’ reactions to the plan to rename streets and infrastructure bearing the name of Henry Dundas due to his racist history.

A tornado touches down in Barrie, Ontario, leaving “catastrophic damage” in its wake. Erica Vella reports

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