Graffiti vandalism on Vancouver's Dr. Sun Yat-Sen Garden is an attack on marginalized communities, says director

Several large, spray-painted graffiti tags were found on the exterior walls of the Dr. Sun Yat-Sen Garden in Vancouver, B.C. on Sunday morning, Jan. 16, 2022. (Supplied photo#Lorraine Lowe) Several large, spray-painted graffiti tags were found on the exterior walls of the Dr. Sun Yat-Sen Garden in Vancouver, B.C. on Sunday morning, Jan. 16, 2022. (Supplied photo#Lorraine Lowe)

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Trudeau signals new gun-control changes coming; here's what the Liberals have promised

In the wake of a horrific mass shooting at an elementary school in Texas, Prime Minister Justin Trudeau has signalled that the Canadian government will be moving ahead on new gun-control measures 'in the coming weeks.' In previous Parliaments, the Liberals have made changes to Canada's gun laws, but in the 2021 federal election, Trudeau promised to go further.

Gun owners hold signs criticizing Prime Minister Justin Trudeau as they participate in a rally organized by the Canadian Coalition for Firearm Rights against the government's new gun regulations, on Parliament Hill in Ottawa, on Saturday, Sept. 12, 2020. THE CANADIAN PRESS/Justin Tang

'Horrifying' conspiracy theories swirl around Texas shooting

By now it's as predictable as the calls for thoughts and prayers: A mass shooting leaves many dead, and wild conspiracy theories and misinformation about the carnage soon follow. Within hours of Tuesday's school shooting in Uvalde, Texas, another rash began as internet users spread baseless claims about the man named as the gunman and his possible motives.