An earthquake in Indonesia left at least 95 people are dead • Aimia rejected Air Canada’s offer to buy back Aeroplan • someone tried to assassinate the Venezuelan president • Indra Nooyi is leaving PepsiCo • Portugal is in the middle of a heat wave.
Canada might ban handguns across the country • a massive wildfire killed five people in California • CBS CEO Les Moonves was accused of sexual misconduct • an earthquake killed 14 people in Indonesia • Ontario’s premier and Toronto’s mayor are squabbling over city council cuts.
One woman is dead after a hostage situation at Trader Joe’s • Canada is one of three countries welcoming the Syrian White Helmets • Police have identified the remains of Bruce McArthur’s eighth victim • James Gunn is out as director of Guardians of the Galaxy • Restaurant critic Jonathan Gold died at 57 • 64 fires are burning across Ontario.
France won the World Cup • 12 Russians were charged with interference in the 2016 U.S. election • a bombing in Pakistan killed at least 130 people • wildfires are blazing across B.C. • Scarlett Johansson dropped out of a movie role.
Four boys were rescued from the cave in Thailand • at least 42 people were killed in a boat accident near Phuket • the truck driver involved the Humboldt bus crash is facing 29 charges • at least 85 people were killed in floods and landslides in Japan • the reporter who accused Trudeau of groping her spoke out.
Canadian taxes on American goods are now in effect • Mexico elected a new president • Ontario changed OHIP+ • thousands of people marched against President Trump’s immigration policies • the World Cup isn’t the only league that’s rolling.
Saudi Arabia lifted a driving ban on women • 25 people were injured in a building explosion in Germany • Anthony Bourdain’s autopsy details were revealed • Spain took in more migrants • Donald Trump wrote Justin Trudeau a scathing letter.
A car bomb in Afghanistan killed at least 26 people • a shooting at an arts festival in New Jersey left 22 people injured • Paul Manafort is in jail • someone set a mosque on fire in Alberta • there were some major upsets in the World Cup.