The Canadian Press News Agenda for Tuesday, June 6

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The Canadian Press News Agenda for Tuesday, June 6


The Canadian Press News Agenda for June 6

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EDITORS: Following is a list of news events for June 6 as of 3 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; 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

WASHINGTON -- Canadian premiers attend a dinner hosted by the U.S. Chamber of Commerce. (8:15 p.m. at St. Regis Hotel, 923 16th Street NW)

WASHINGTON -- 5:30 p.m., Canadian premiers meet with David MacNaughton, Ambassador of Canada to the United States, as part of the Council of the Federation Mission to Washington; 6:30 p.m., the premiers attend a business reception hosted by MacNaughton. (Embassy of Canada, 501 Pennsylvania Ave NW)

ATLANTIC

CFB GAGETOWN, N.B. -- Students from the Oromocto area release salmon they raised into a stream at CFB Gagetown with Lt.-Gov. Jocelyne Roy Vienneau in attendance. (9:30 a.m. at Lindsay Valley)

MONCTON, N.B. -- Major Drilling Group International Inc. discusses fourth-quarter and year-end results. Dial 416-340-2216 or go to www.majordrilling.com for a link to the webcast. (10 a.m.)

x-SAINT JOHN, N.B. -- East Coast Energy Connection Conference. A panel discusses the question: "As we gear up to supply clean energy across the border, where are the opportunities in a low carbon economy?" (2 p.m. at Delta Brunswick Hotel, 39 King Street)

x-HALIFAX -- Murder trial continues for William Sandeson. Through June 9. (NOTE: NOT SITTING ON FRIDAYS) (9:30 a.m. at Law Courts, Nova Scotia Supreme Court)

x-HALIFAX -- Court date for Lorne Grabher to try to have his surname reinstated on a personalized licence plate. He is arguing the revocation of the plate infringes on his Charter rights and is discriminatory. (11 a.m. at Halifax Law Courts, Supreme Court)

HALIFAX -- Public Health 2017, Canadian Public Health Association's annual conference, gathers leaders from public, private and voluntary organizations that contribute to health and wellness. For the full agenda, go to www.cpha.ca/uploads/confs/2017/final-prog--e.pdf. Through June 8. (Halifax World Trade and Convention Centre, 1800 Argyle Street)

QUEBEC

xy-MONTREAL -- Former U.S. president Barack Obama gives a speech at an event organized by the Montreal Board of Trade. (5 p.m. at Palais des congres)

OTTAWA

OTTAWA -- Statistics Canada releases data on women and the criminal justice system. (8:30 a.m. at www.statcan.gc.ca)

OTTAWA -- Colin Robertson, Canadian Global Affairs Institute, appears at Commons foreign affairs committee on United States and Canadian foreign policy. (8:45 a.m. at Room 415, Wellington Building, 197 Sparks St.)

OTTAWA -- Canada Mortgage and Housing Corporation releases its annual Mortgage Consumer Survey. (9 a.m. at www.cmhc-schl.gc.ca/en/hoficlincl/moloin/sure/mocosu)

OTTAWA -- Foreign Affairs Minister Chrystia Freeland delivers an address in the House of Commons on the country's foreign policy priorities. (10 a.m. at House of Commons Chamber, Parliament Hill)

OTTAWA -- Auditor general Michael Ferguson appears at Commons agriculture committee to provide a briefing on the Spring 2017 Reports of the Auditor General of Canada. (11 a.m. at Room 425, Wellington Building, 197 Sparks St.)

OTTAWA -- Social Development Minister Jean-Yves Duclos appears at Commons human resources committee on advancing inclusion and quality of life for Canadian seniors. (12 p.m. at Room 253-D, Centre Block, Parliament Hill)

OTTAWA -- Sport Minister Carla Qualtrough participates in the lighting ceremony for the 2017 Canada Games Torch Relay. …

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