Canadian teen arrested for allegedly threatening mass shooting in U.S.

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June 7, 2022

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A Canadian teen is arrested after allegedly threatening to commit a mass shooting south of the border, a driver accused of hitting four people at a memorial march turns himself in, and the Edmonton Oilers' Stanley Cup dreams are snuffed out.

Here's what you need to know to start your day.

Canadian teen arrested

A 17-year-old has been arrested in Canada for allegedly threatening to commit a mass shooting at a Pride event in the United States.

Driver turns self in

A driver accused of hitting four people walking in a residential school march in British Columbia over the weekend turns himself in, according to RCMP.

Party rebellion

British Prime Minister Boris Johnson is scrambling to regain authority after surviving a no-confidence vote that has left him in a severely weakened state.

Back on the pitch

Still seeking a new deal with Soccer Canada regarding compensation after qualifying for the World Cup, the Canadian men's soccer team has returned to the field after cancelling a friendly against Panama over the weekend.

Clean sweep

Artturi Lehkonen scores the overtime dagger as the Colorado Avalanche eliminate the Edmonton Oilers in Game 4 of the NHL Western Conference final.

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Black cowboy John Ware is being posthumously recognized as a person of national historic significance.

ONE MORE THING

As more evidence emerges on the efficacy of third doses of COVID-19 vaccines, experts say it's time Canadian public health authorities revise the definition of "fully vaccinated."

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