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By Patricia Petit Liang

The National Council of Canadian Muslims and Canadian Civil Liberties Association is challenging the constitutionality of Bill 62.

According to CBC News, the face covering law potentially infringes upon Canada and Quebec's Charters of Human Rights and Freedoms.

The plaintiffs wrote in their court filing that Bill 62 "directly infringes on the freedom of religion of individuals, such as Muslim women, who cover their faces as a religious practice."


By Patricia Petit Liang

The national inquiry into missing and murdered Indigenous women came to Edmonton, Alberta on Tuesday.

According to CTV News, Paul Tuccaro testified about the Alberta RCMP’s failure to investigate his sister Amber’s murder and how they destroyed her all of her belongings.

The police initially refused to list Amber Tuccaro as a missing person and later inexplicably removed her name from their missing persons list.

Alberta police have never apologized to the Tuccaro family for their negligence.


By Rebecca Chant

The pollution levels in Delhi, India have reached thirty times the World Health Organization's recommended limit.

According to BBC News, the Indian Medical Association has declared "a state of medical emergency."

Officials have taken some steps to reduce pollution, including traffic restrictions and shutting down a major power plant.

Many have complained of breathing difficulties, and there are recommendations to close schools due to the smog.