News for June 15th 2016

By Patricia Petit Liang 
Following the tragedy in Orlando, Florida over the weekend, the Quebec provincial government held several consultations in Montreal on Tuesday, June 14th to address homophobia.
According to the Montreal Gazette, the government’s five-year plan to fight homophobia has to be revised.
Quebec Justice Minister Stéphanie Vallée stated that the province needs to evaluate and understand the needs of LGBTQ communities in order to better the proper services that they need.
By Saturn De Los Angeles
A local duck hunter in the Yukon found a rare archaeological discovery this week.   
According to CBC News, Robert Kyikavichik discovered a woolly femur mammoth bone sticking above the water on the territory's Crow river.
The bone is said to be 11-thousand years old, and is considered to be one of the first evidence of woolly mammoths to arrive and live in North America. 
The bone is expected to remain at a collection that is managed by the Vuntut Gwitchin First Nation. 
By Julian MacKenzie
Protests over a labour dispute in France have resulted in over 40 injuries and 58 arrests on Tuesday, June 14th.
The BBC says 75 thousand protesters took to the streets of Paris to strike against changes to employment laws. 
Several masked demonstrators destroyed windows and garbage bins while police responded with tear gas and water cannons.
France's new labour reform bill is expected to make it easier for employees to be hired and fired by their employers. 
The limit on working hours is also at stake.