Montreal says don’t gather indoors, NHL suspends Mark Scheifele, Muskowekwan First Nation in Saskatchewan will continue grave search

Hadassah Alencar




Montreal says don’t gather indoors

Montreal is allowing restaurant dining rooms and gyms to open up on Monday. 

However, city officials say this isn’t an invitation to host private gatherings indoors. 

For now, Montrealers can get together at parks, and outside their homes with up to eight people from different households.

NHL suspends Mark Scheifele

In hockey news, the Jets forward player Mark Scheifele is suspended for four games. 

This is over the crushing blow he gave Canadien player Jake Evans during Wednesday night's game. 

Evans suffers from a concussion from the hit, and will stay off the ice indefinitely.

Muskowekwan First Nation in Saskatchewan will continue grave search

The discovery of 215 body’s of children in an unmarked grave at a residential school in British Columbia is a disturbing find, but unsurprising for many.

The Mohawk Council of Kahnawà:ke said, “This has been one of the most heart-wrenching weeks that anyone in Kahnawà:ke can recall in recent memory. “

In Saskatchewan, Muskowekwan First Nation had found 35 bodies at the Muskowekwan Indian Residential school site before the pandemic.

Band councillor Cynthnia Derjerlais says following the discovery in the BC, the Muskowekwan First Nation will continue the search for bodies at the local residential school.