National NewsSIU clears officers who fired at Danforth Shooter; China says international support for Canada not a cocnern SHARE ON: James Bowler, contributor, Wednesday, Jan. 16th, 2019 No criminal charges against officers who fired at Danforth ShooterOfficers who fired at the Danforth Shooter will not face charges. The SIU cleared the officers who shot at Faisal Hussain after he killed two people and injured 13 in Toronto. Hussain was discovered dead afterwards, with police reports suggesting he had shot himself. According to a recent court report, police found a cache of weapons and ammo in Hussain’s apartment.Chinese officials have no worries about international criticism in support of CanadaChina is mostly ignoring international pressure to retract a death sentence against a Canadian. Despite requests for clemency on the sentencing for drug smuggling charges against Robert Schellenberg, China says it’s not willing to listen. And Beijing officials say they’re not worried about criticism from Canada’s allies either, which can be counted on ten fingers.No-confidence vote runs this afternoon against Theresa MayThe Brexit deal problems are being sidelined today as Theresa May faces a new issue. The British PM is at the heart of a no-confidence vote this afternoon, as opposition politicians seek to push her out. The call for no confidence came shortly after May’s Brexit deal was struck down by over 400 votes yesterday. Leaving the EU without a deal could devastate Britain’s economy.