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FULL SHOW: Calls to Cancel Canada Day over burial site discoveries

Canada is just days away from its annual birthday bash, but it looks like this year things will be different. A growing number of Canadians are calling for celebrations to be cancelled and that instead, the day be used to reflect on the country’s sordid past. RT America’s Alex Mihailovich has the story.

Search and rescue efforts are continuing in Surfside, Florida as crews are on the scene once again—searching for survivors in the condo-collapse that took place six days ago, the death toll continues to rise. RT America’s John Huddy has the latest.

A human rights attorney by the name of Jennifer Robinson, who has been advising Wikileaks co-founder Julian Assange since 2010 said that the “factual basis for this case has completely fallen apart.” This, after a DOJ witness admitted to lying to investigators in order to secure immunity from prosecution for himself. The convicted hacker “Siggi” Thordarson claimed that he was a prominent Wikileaks hacker and was instructed by Assange to carry out attacks. For more on this bombshell report, former UK MP George Galloway shares his perspective.

There’s no question that the coronavirus pandemic has taken a toll on the mental well-being of many. Now, as restrictions are lifted more people are getting closer to some type of normal life. However, some professions are experiencing dangerous measures as a result of some impacted by the pandemic lashing out at them. RT America’s Natasha Sweatte has the scoop.

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