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Borutski inquest jury to present verdict, G7 Summit wraps up: In The News for July 28

Borutski inquest jury to present verdict, G7 Summit wraps up: In The News for July 28

In The News is a roundup of stories from The Canadian Press designed to kickstart your day. Here is what's on the radar of our editors for the morning of July 28 ... What we are watching in Canada ...
More than half of Canadians oppose Oath of Allegiance to the Queen

More than half of Canadians oppose Oath of Allegiance to the Queen

OTTAWA — Most people in Canada do not think people should have to swear an Oath of Allegiance to the Queen, according to a poll ahead of Canada Day.
'About the survivors': Pope's visit important to understand residential schools

'About the survivors': Pope's visit important to understand residential schools

MASKWACIS — Leaders from four First Nations in central Alberta say the Pope's upcoming visit could help the world understand the trauma the residential school system caused to Indigenous people.
Fuel standard regulations to start later, cut more emissions from gasoline, diesel

Fuel standard regulations to start later, cut more emissions from gasoline, diesel

OTTAWA — The federal government is delaying new emissions standards on gasoline and diesel another year but is demanding the oil and gas sector make bigger cuts to fuel emissions by 2030 given how much more money the companies are now making.
Montreal police arrest suspect in shooting death of 15-year-old girl

Montreal police arrest suspect in shooting death of 15-year-old girl

Montreal police announced Monday they made an arrest in the drive-by shooting of a 15-year-old girl whose death last year sparked an outpouring of grief and calls for action to counter gun violence in the city.
Calls increase for more money as Montreal and rest of Quebec facing housing crunch

Calls increase for more money as Montreal and rest of Quebec facing housing crunch

MONTREAL — When Soufia Khmarou moved from Morocco to Montreal in 2009, she thought finding an affordable house for her and her three children was going to be easy. "I was not expecting this," Khmarou said in an interview Monday.
G7 leaders discuss cap on price of Russian gas to squeeze war funds

G7 leaders discuss cap on price of Russian gas to squeeze war funds

SCHLOSS ELMAU, GERMANY — Group of Seven leaders considered a possible cap on the price of Russian gas exports on Monday as a way to put the squeeze on the funding for Vladimir Putin's war with Ukraine.
At G7 summit, Trudeau and other leaders mock Putin's bare-chested horseback riding

At G7 summit, Trudeau and other leaders mock Putin's bare-chested horseback riding

SCHLOSS ELMAU, GERMANY — G7 leaders gathering to discuss turning up the pressure on Vladimir Putin over the war in Ukraine are also taking aim at the Russian president's penchant for taking off his shirt.
Canada in talks with NATO allies about boosting military forces in Latvia

Canada in talks with NATO allies about boosting military forces in Latvia

Ottawa is talking with allies about reinforcing a Canadian-led combat unit in Latvia as the NATO military alliance moves to reinforce its eastern front with Russia.
Canada ships seeds to Ukraine to help hard-pressed farmers targeted by Russia

Canada ships seeds to Ukraine to help hard-pressed farmers targeted by Russia

OTTAWA — Canada is sending seeds to Ukraine, including fast-growing buckwheat, to help out with a food crisis sparked by the Russian invasion, says Agriculture Minister Marie-Claude Bibeau.