The 20-year-old man accused of murdering a Muslim family in London, Ont., is now also facing terrorism charges. Mike Drolet explains the new charges, what they suggest about the investigation, and has an update on nine-year-old Fayez Afzaal, the attack’s sole survivor.
Meanwhile, Lt. Gen. Mike Rouleau has resigned as the vice chief of the defence staff of the Canadian Armed Forces, just days after golfing with Gen. Jonathan Vance, who is under investigation for sexual misconduct. Mercedes Stephenson has reaction as the military loses yet another senior leader.
The United Kingdom will be staying in lockdown longer than expected as cases of the Delta COVID-19 variant surge among young, unvaccinated people. Redmond Shannon reports on the new caution in the U.K., and new research about how well the Oxford-AstraZeneca and Pfizer-BioNTech vaccines protect against the Delta variant.
Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau is in Brussels for the NATO summit, where the alliance had some strong words for both Russia and China. As Abigail Bimman reports, the leaders are trying to figure out how to deal with rising superpowers.
Plus: bad attitudes at high altitudes — as more pandemic restrictions are lifted, many travellers are heading back on airplanes. But as Jackson Proskow explains, more air passengers are being belligerent.