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Bank of Canada survey suggests business sentiment picked up after declining The Canadian economy hit a weak spot late last year as oil prices fell. Despite the teacher's intervention, some students continued to make the salute in early May after additional rehearsals, according to the email. During an awards ceremony to acknowledge the Living History performances Friday, Gamble's wife witnessed four boys give Nazi salutes when the student who portrayed Hitler received an award, according to the email.
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When Gamble's daughter accepted an award, she addressed the situation and asked parents to talk to their children about why making the gesture is wrong. Evans said the principal investigated and confirmed two incidents in which students gave the Nazi salute outside of the history project and that teachers intervened on both occasions. He added that the principal met with all fifth-graders "to put a stop to any further instances.
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There was also a lack of adequate food. An unprecedented heatwave is expected to hit France this week, with temperatures rising up to 40C.
The last time the country experienced exceptionally warm summer weather was in , when the heat was blamed for the deaths of about 15, people. Other parts of Europe are also expected to swelter in record-breaking temperatures due to a hot air current coming from Africa's Sahara Desert.
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