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Opinion: Je suis une Québécoise

Quebec has done a service to its citizens by teaching them two languages from an early age. Yet Quebec Premier François Legault believes that to protect French, he needs to implement the notwithstanding clause…again.

Quebec Justice Minister Simon Jolin-Barrette, responsible for French language, hold a copy of a legislation to modify the language law before presenting it, Thursday, May 13, 2021 at the legislature in Quebec City. THE CANADIAN PRESS/Jacques Boissinot

Don Martin: How to win the next election: It's the reopening, stupid.

Many Canadian politicians are oh-so-deserving of an electoral spanking for actions that introduced, spread, slowed and then revived COVID-19 across the country, writes Don Martin in his exclusive column for CTVNews.ca, adding that with the third wave becoming a ripple, a road back to popularity and power has opened up for incumbent political leaders.

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Funeral to be held today for London, Ont. family killed in attack

Four members of a Muslim family killed in what police called a hate crime are set to be buried in London, Ont., today. The public has been invited to help celebrate the lives of Talat Afzaal, 74, her son Salman Afzaal, 46, his wife Madiha Salman, 44, and their 15-year-old daughter Yumnah Salman.

A statement released to the media by a family spokesperson names the deceased as Salman Afzaal, his wife Madiha, their daughter Yumna and Salman Afzaal's mother.

Biden to urge G7 leaders to call out, compete with China

The United States plans to push democratic allies on Saturday to publicly call out China for forced labor practices as the Group of Seven leaders gather at a summit where they will also unveil an infrastructure plan meant to compete with Beijing's efforts in the developing world.

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