5 things to know on CTVNews.ca on Friday, June 4, 2021: RCMP Boarding School Investigation, MMIWG Action Plan, Hotel Quarantine
Toronto — Canada now has at least one dose of the COVID-19 vaccine, 67.85% The eligible population of the country. This is other information you need to know to start your day.
1. RCMP investigation: The RCMP has Investigate After using ground penetrating radar to find the remains of 215 children, they entered the site of a former boarding school in Kamloops, British Columbia.
2. Compensation for boarding school: In a call for accountability and compensation for the deaths of children in boarding schools, lawyers said that indigenous families are unlikely to receive compensation from the government quickly, Especially since a national investigation into the death has not yet been conducted.
3. MMIWG action plan: Two years after the National Investigation of Missing and Murdered Aboriginal Women and Girls issued 213 calls for justice, the National Action Plan addresses the issue of violence, racism and disproportionate deaths of Aboriginal women and girls in Canada Has been released.
4. Hotel isolation: The federal government did not act as recommended by the advisory group to end the mandatory hotel quarantine program for passengers flying to Canada. Instead, it took action. Increase fine For those who choose to skip it.
5. Bitterness: A recently published study found that “super tasters”, people who are overly sensitive to bitterness, are Less likely to test positive For COVID-19.
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