COVID-19 made Canadians more trusting, depending on their income, study finds

Your morning briefing from
June 16, 2022


The leaders of France, Germany and Italy travel together to Ukraine, Kevin Spacey appears in a U.K. courtroom to face sexual assault charges, and a new study finds the COVID-19 pandemic made Canadians more trusting.

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

Showing support

The leaders of France, Germany and Italy are visiting Kyiv in a show of collective Europeean support for Ukraine amid the Russian invasion.

Kevin Spacey trial

Actor Kevin Spacey appears in a London, U.K., courtroom to face charges of committing sexual offences against three men.

Suspect confesses

A fisherman confesses to killing a British journalist and an Indigenous expert in Brazil's Amazon and takes police to a site where human remains were found.

Privacy legislation

The Liberal government plans to introduce privacy legislation today to give Canadians more control over their personal data and introduce new rules for the use of artificial intelligence.

Coronavirus trust

New survey data suggests Canadians have more trust in their institutions and neighbours since the COVID-19 pandemic, depending on their income.


This video filmed by an international journalist shows the moment reporters had to take cover as a shell exploded nearby.


Here's a list of countries that have opened their doors to unvaccinated tourists from Canada.

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