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dark web significant 300gb. It is unclear if lockbit is finished with london drugs or plans to release more stolen info in the days ahead. Jordan armstrong "global news" >> The rcmp has added a traditional indigenous ribbon skirt to its uniform. Commissioner mike durham made the announcement on social media, saying it demonstrates the rcmp's commitment to reconciliation, equity, diversity and inclusion. Officers have also been allowed to incorporate eagle feathers and the metis sash into their uniforms. Many indigenous groups across canada have a tradition of making and wearing ribbon skirts, usually worn for ceremonies. They are seen as a powerful symbol of identity and empowerment. Well, the federal government is planning an important change to how those born outside the country can gain citizenship. Immigration minister marc miller announced a new bill to reverse a 2009 rule, preventing canadians born overseas from passing on their citizenship citizenship to their children if they were also born abroad. Mackenzie-gray is more. >> You'll see if you examine the budget. >> A new move from ottawa to bring home so-called lost canadians. >> There's no doubt that canadian citizenship is highly valued and recognized around the world, where we want a citizenship to be fair, accessible, dal with clear and transparent rules. >> Currently, if someone is born to a canadian outside the country, they couldn't pass on their canadian passport to their child. If that child was also born abroad. With the change, citizenship could be passed along as long as their parents spend a total of three years in canada before their kid was born or adopted. I love you guys that will allow the kids of boston resident katherine burton to become canadian. >> They want to come here. They want to learn language. They want to go to school here. They want to do so many things here because this is what they consider home. >> All of the citizenship the liberals forced to make the modification after an ontario superior court ruled the law limiting citizenship was unconstitutional. >> It will be the first time that the citizenship act is actually charter compliant. >> The old rules, imposed in 2009 by the then conservative government after they spent $94 million repatriating around 14,000 canadian citizens during the war in lebanon. Evacuees, many in the harper government, viewed as canadians of convenience, as a part of an estimated group of over 4 million canadian citizens living outside the country who can access canadian social services like health care and reduced university tuition while paying little to no taxes. >> We don't have the same system as in the us, where, if you're an american citizen, regardless of where you live, you have to fill, your income tax report every year. >> The immigration minister was unable to say how many new canadians there would be from these changes, but a report from the senate estimated that 2 million canadians living abroad obtained their citizenship by descent. Mackenzie-gray "global news" ottawa. >> Canadian singer celine dion has shared her first official trailer for a new documentary, I am celine dion. Now, this documents the superstar struggle with a life altering illness. >> I'm working hard every day, but I have to admit it's been a struggle. I miss it so much. People I miss the if I can't roam. >> Dion was diagnosed with a rare neurological disorder in 2022. Known as stiff person syndrome. This causes muscle stiffness and painful spasms that progress over time. She was forced to cancel her world tour a year ago. Dion calls the film a love letter to her fans. It will stream on prime video at the end of june. That's what's making national and international news. You are watching "global news" morning on this friday, may 23rd. I'll see you in a little bit. Paul is back right after this. Don't go away. I'm your host, Stephen Colbert. Normal girl Taylor Tomlinson. I am so happy to be back. He is so cool! There will be memes, emojis, murder... Featuring awesome celebrity cameos. This is one of my favourite guests we ever have on. Who put "murder" in here? (Bell ringing) (Laughing) [Song playing - Here Comes theHotstepper by Ini Kamoze] [people shaking the ice in their cups] [people shaking the ice in their cups] [people shaking the ice in their cups]

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