National News Trump to be met with protests as he visits mass shooting sites; Erosion in Great Lakes blamed on climate change SHARE ON: Greg Higgins, staff Wednesday, Aug. 7th, 2019 Trump being asked to change views on immigration The U.S. President will be met with multiple protests as he visits El Paso and Dayton today. Both cities were the scenes of mass shootings over the weekend killing 31 people combined. Protestors believe Donald Trump’s anti-immigration attitude contributed to the cause of the shootings. The mayors of both cities are asking Trump to change his views. Police seize 100 guns from a Nova Scotia Home A 73-year-old man is facing in safe firearm storage charges after RCMP accidentally found 100 unsecured guns in his home. Police responded to a misdialed 911 call in Nova Scotia earlier this week when it led them to the house. They seized all 94 long-guns and six handguns after the man gave the police permission to enter his home. Over 70 per cent removal of natural infrastructure contributing on flooding Concerns about erosion on the coastline of the Great Lakes and flooding are rising and climate change is being blamed. CTV News spoke with a professor at the University of Waterloo who says another factor is the removal of over 70 per cent of natural infrastructure. He says the water has nowhere to go as forest fields and wetlands are destroyed.