5 things to know for today: The judge rules against Prince Harry
Special Rapporteur David Johnston is set to publish his initial report on foreign interference, the search for Madeleine McCann resumes and a judge rules against Prince Harry.
Here’s what you need to know to start your day.
1. Imminent Decision: Special Rapporteur David Johnston is expected to release his ruling Tuesday on whether the federal Liberals should open a public inquiry into foreign interference.
2. Chinese presence: New data from Global Affairs obtained by CTV News shows that China has a disproportionately high number of foreign representatives posted in Canada.
3. Resuming the search: Portuguese police, aided by German and British colleagues, resumed their search on Tuesday for Madeleine McCann, the British child who disappeared 16 years ago in the southern Algarve region.
4. Royal Decision: A High Court judge in London has dismissed Prince Harry’s claim that the UK government overstepped his authority by denying him the right to hire police to provide security in the UK.
5. Eight-year registration: Canadians are divided in their opinions of Prime Minister Justin Trudeau, according to a new national poll, with two in five Canadians saying they approve of the prime minister, while just over half said they disagree.
One more thing…
It’s been 100 years since May 23, 1873, the day Parliament voted to create the service that would become the RCMP.
RCMP officers in Red Serge line up to march during a change of command ceremony for the new Commander of the British Columbia RCMP, Deputy Commissioner Dwayne McDonald, in Langley, British Columbia, Tuesday, Sept. 20, 2022. (THE CANADIAN PRESS/Darryl)
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