The Canadian Press News Agenda for Monday, June 15

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The Canadian Press News Agenda for Monday, June 15


The Canadian Press News Agenda for Monday, June 15

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EDITORS: Following is a list of news events for June 15 as of 3:37 a.m. ET: x-denotes wire, y-denotes picture, z-denotes graphics coverage. Copy from other events based on merit and availability. All times local unless otherwise noted. Queries about these events and stories in The Canadian Press report should be directed to the departments listed below (all phone numbers 416 area code):

Main Desk (National News) 507-2150; World Desk 507-2165; Sports Desk 507-2154; Ontario Desk 507-2159; Photo Desk 507-2169; Specials Desk (Syndicated Copy) 507-2152; IT Desk (Technical Trouble) 507-2099 or 800-268-8149

WORLD

CHICAGO -- Game 6 of the NHL Stanley Cup Final. The Tampa Bay Lightning versus the Chicago Blackhawks. (8 p.m. ET)

ATLANTIC

HILLSBOROUGH, N.B. -- Rob Moore, Regional Minister for New Brunswick and minister of State (Atlantic Canada Opportunities Agency), MLA Bernard LeBlanc and Hillsborough mayor Patrick Armstrong make an infrastructure funding announcement. (1:30 p.m. at Kiwanis Club, 47 Legion Street)

MONCTON, N.B. -- Launch of the New Brunswick Prosperity, not Austerity Coalition. (11 a.m. at Moncton Public Library, Blue Cross Building)

y-MONCTON, N.B. -- FIFA Women's World Cup Soccer continues with round-robin matches. Ivory Coast vs. Norway. (5 p.m. at Moncton Stadium)

RIVERSIDE-ALBERT, N.B. -- Rob Moore, Regional Minister for New Brunswick and minister of State (Atlantic Canada Opportunities Agency), MLA Bernard LeBlanc and Riverside-Albert mayor Dale Elliott make an infrastructure funding announcement. (12 p.m. at Recreation Centre, 9 Bicentennial Road)

SAINT JOHN, N.B. -- A hearing to deal with pre-trial issues in the Dennis Oland murder trial. Details and content of the hearing are under a publication ban. Through June 19. (9:30 a.m. at Court of Queen's Bench)

ST. JOHN'S, N.L. -- Transportation Minister David Brazil makes an announcement regarding public awareness and education to help reduce moose vehicle collisions. He will be joined by Brent Cole, Chair of the Save Our People Action Committee. (12 p.m. at Fluvarium, Nagles Place)

HALIFAX -- An independent Nova Scotia human rights board of inquiry in the case of Rodney Small v. Halifax Regional Municipality. Mr. Small alleges that while he was employed by HRM, he was subject to racial discrimination and racial harassment at work. HRM denies the allegations. Through June 18. (9:30 a.m. at Chebucto Room, Best Western Chocolate Lake, 20 St. Margaret's Bay Rd.)

HALIFAX -- Hearing before the Utility and Review Board to decide how much Nova Scotia Power should pay for efficiency programs administered by EfficiencyOne. (9 a.m. at Third Floor, Summit Place, 1601 Lower Water St.)

HALIFAX -- Groundwater contamination specialist Dr. John Cherry presents a public talk on hydraulic fracturing entitled "Hydraulic Fracturing: Should Nova Scotia Experiment?" (7 p.m. at Kings College New Academic Building)

x-PORT HAWKESBURY, N.S. -- Judge-only trial begins for Carla Samson, charged with accessory after the fact in relation to the death of Phillip Boudreau. He went missing in a Cape Breton harbour and his body was never been found. (9:30 a.m. at Nova Scotia Supreme Court)

QUEBEC

MONTREAL -- Immigration and Citizenship Minister Chris Alexander speaks to the International Council on Foreign Relations on attracting the best foreign talent. (8 a.m. at Fairmont Queen Elizabeth hotel, Salon Marquette, 900 Rene-Levesque Blvd.)

y-MONTREAL -- FIFA Women's World Cup Soccer continues with round-robin matches. Canada vs. Netherlands. (7:30 p.m. at Olympic Stadium)

OTTAWA

x-OTTAWA -- Judge-only trial continues for suspended Sen. Mike Duffy. He faces 31 charges, including fraud, breach of trust and bribery. (10 a.m. at 161 Elgin St. Courthouse)

OTTAWA -- Statistics Canada releases the monthly survey of manufacturing for April. …

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