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5 things to know for Tuesday, July 12, 2022 – CTV News

Via Rail service will continue after the company and workers reach a last-minute agreement, a woman suffering from long-haul COVID-19 has begun the process for medically assisted death, and NASA unveils the first image from the James Webb Space Telescope. Here’s what you need to know today.

1. Strike averted: A tentative agreement was reached between VIA Rail and Unifor early Tuesday, as workers were prepared to go on strike, a move that could have shut down passenger rail service across Canada.

2. Charge update to murder: Toronto police have updated a charge to murder in the case of a young woman who was set on fire at transit station and later died of her injuries.

3. Exclusive: Facing charge: A CTV National News investigation has uncovered that a refugee organization in the Toronto area has been sending families out to find their first home with a real estate agent who’s currently facing a sexual assault charge.

Read More: https://www.ctvnews.ca/5-things/5-things-to-know-for-tuesday-july-12-2022-1.5983765

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