Toronto police are treating the February murder of Ashley Noell Arzaga, 24, as an act of terrorism, possibly motivated by violent misogyny. Police say the prime suspect is linked to the ‘incel’ movement, a misogynistic belief that the world is stacked against unattractive heterosexual men. Jeff Semple has more on the ideology, and explains how the charges are a first for Canada.
Plus, as Ontario is relaxing another round of COVID-19 restrictions, Abigail Bimman explains which businesses are operating again, the new guidelines they’re implementing, and how parents will have to wait even longer to send their kids back to class.
With the COVID-19 pandemic keeping people off the streets, pollution has plummeted. Redmond Shannon reports from London, as people are being encouraged to shift gears and consider healthier and greener options when they commute, while still maintaining physical distancing.
The deadly crash of a Snowbirds jet in Kamloops, B.C. has renewed concerns about the age and condition of the team’s jets. Robin Gill spoke to a former commander, who’s confident about the aircraft’s safety.