5 things to know about CTVNews.ca for Tuesday, Sept. 6, 2022: Sask. stabbing, Liz Truss, healthcare workers

Police in Saskatchewan. announced the death of one of the suspects in Sunday’s mass murder attack, Liz Truss is set to become the UK’s next prime minister, and healthcare worker shortages are becoming acute in Canada. Here’s what you need to know to start your day.

1. Sask. stabbing update: RCMP say one of the suspects in Sunday’s fatal rampage, Damien Sanderson, was found dead Monday at James Smith’s Cree Nation. His brother, Myles Sanderson, is still at large.

2. Parole Records: According to a February Parole Board of Canada document, Myles Sanderson was released with a reprimand and the suggestion that he would « contribute to the protection of society by facilitating your reintegration into society as a respectful citizen ». laws ».

3. The next British Prime Minister: Liz Truss is set to become Britain’s next prime minister after winning the leadership of Britain’s Conservative Party, promising to take action against the country’s cost of living crisis.

4. Shortages of health workers: Nearly two and a half years into the COVID-19 pandemic, the staffing conundrum in Canadian hospitals, initially driven by high infection rates, has turned into a workforce challenge. acute work.

5. Harvest Moon: September kicks off with a bright full moon, the Harvest Moon, which will light up the sky on Friday evening.

One more thing…

Top of mind: A new study suggests that cannabis users are just as motivated as everyone else and that the ‘lazy stoner’ stereotype has no scientific basis.


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