The Canadian Press News Look-Ahead List from June 2-8, 2019

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The Canadian Press News Look-Ahead List from June 2-8, 2019


The Canadian Press News Look-Ahead List from June 2-8

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EDITORS: Following is a list of news events for June 2 - June 8, 2019, as of 11:15 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

SUNDAY, JUNE 2

VANCOUVER _ The 2019 Congress of the Humanities and Social Sciences is held at UBC. Includes more than 280 free events. Through June 7. (University of B.C., Point Grey campus)

MONDAY, JUNE 3

x-ST. JOHN'S, N.L. _ Sentencing for St. John's woman convicted of stabbing her boyfriend after being kicked out of a Bryan Adams concert. (215 Water Street)

x-The National Inquiry into Missing and Murdered Indigenous Women and Girls (National Inquiry) will formally present its Final Report to federal government officials at a Closing Ceremony on June 3, 2019 at the Canadian Museum of History in Gatineau, Quebec. (8 a.m. at Canadian Museum of History, Gatineau, QC)

OTTAWA _ Join the Canadian Association of Petroleum Producers (CAPP) to discuss its federal energy platform, Oil and Natural Gas Priorities: Putting Canada on the World Stage. Attendees: Tim McMillan, President and CEO (11 a.m. at National Press Theatre)

MISSISSAUGA, Ont. _ 2019 Canadian Telecom Summit. To June 5.

TORONTO _ Corus unveils its new season in an afternoon presentation. (4 p.m. at Evergreen Brick Works, 550 Bayview Avenue)

CALGARY _ Allan and Carolina Perdomo will stand trial for manslaughter in the death of five-year-old Emilio Perdomo who had been sent to Calgary from Mexico by his mother, who hoped his grandparents would be able to provide a better life. (10 a.m.)

EDMONTON _ Jury trial for Joey Crier and Tasha Mack, charged with second-degree murder, criminal negligence causing death, failing to provide the necessities and assault in the death of a toddler found outside an Edmonton church. Through June 28. (10 a.m. at Court of Queen's Bench)

LETHBRIDGE, Alta. _ Trial is scheduled to begin for David and Collet Stephan who were convicted of failing to provide the necessaries of life in the death of their son Ezekiel from meningitis. The Supreme Court overturned their convictions in 2016. (Law Courts Building)

x-WINNIPEG _ The Manitoba legislature is expected to break for the summer Monday evening, after passing several bills into law. (Legislature)

NEW WESTMINSTER, B.C. _ The first-degree murder trial before a jury of Oscar Ferdinand Arfmann. He is charged in the November 2017 death of Const. John Davidson of Abbotsford police. (10 a.m. at Supreme Court of British Columbia, New Westminster)

VANCOUVER _ Andrew Berry, charged with the second-degree murders of his daughters, stands trial. Through at least early July. (10 a.m. at Vancouver Law Courts, 800 Smithe St.)

VANCOUVER _ Engineers and Geoscientists British Columbia holds a disciplinary hearing for engineer Laura Fidel related to her work ahead of the 2014 Mount Polley mine disaster. Fidel is one of three engineers who will have a hearing with the regulatory body. (9:30 a.m. at 4010 Regent St.)

VANCOUVER _ The Blueberry River First Nations argue in B.C. Supreme Court that the B.C. Crown has infringed their Treaty 8 rights by undertaking industrial activities that have degraded their traditional territories in northeast B.C. Thru Oct. 25. (10 a.m. at B.C. Supreme Court, 800 Smithe St.)

VANCOUVER _ The 2019 Congress of the Humanities and Social Sciences is held at UBC. Includes more than 280 free events. Through June 7. (University of B.C., Point Grey campus)

VANCOUVER _ As many as 7,000 delegates from 160 countries attend the Women Deliver Conference, a global advocacy for gender equality and the health, rights, and wellbeing of girls and women. …

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