5 things to know on CTVNews.ca for Tuesday, September 6, 2022: Sask. stabbings, Liz Truss, health-care workers


Police in Sakk. have announced the death of one of the suspects in Sunday’s deadly mass shooting, Liz Truss will become Britain’s next prime minister and Canada’s medical staff shortage is becoming acute. Here’s what you need to know to start your day.

1. Saks. piercing update: The RCMP says one of the suspects in Sunday’s fatal shooting, Damien Sanderson, was found dead Monday in the James Smith Cree Nation. His brother Myles Sanderson remains at large.

2. Probation documents: According to a February Parole Board of Canada document, Myles Sanderson was released with a reprimand and a proposal to “help protect society by facilitating your reintegration into society as a law-abiding citizen.”

3. Britain’s Next PM: Liz Truss will become Britain’s next Prime Minister after winning the leadership of Britain’s Conservative Party and promises to take action on the country’s cost of living crisis.

4. Shortage of medical staff: Almost two and a half years after the outbreak of the COVID-19 pandemic, the staffing problem in Canada’s hospitals, initially driven by high infection rates, has become an acute labor law challenge.

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

One more thing…

high-minded: 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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