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Mexico has reported 30,366 COVID-19-related deaths so far.
Mexico's death toll is just a few dozen from overtaking France for the fifth-highest in the world, though Mexico's population is about double that of France.
Mexican media said seven people were also injured in the shooting at the facility, the second such attack to take place in Irapuato in the past month.
Andres Manuel Lopez Obrador has publicly urged Prime Minister Justin Trudeau to take part in the meeting, but Canada's government has given no indication yet that he will attend.
The report came the same day that two dozen gunmen ambushed the Mexico City police chief, firing on his armoured vehicle and killing two members of his security detail.
There were no immediate reports of the extend of damage or injury.
State prosecutors in the state of Oaxaca said the bodies of 13 men and two women were identified as victims of the attacks over Sunday night and Monday morning.
The Mexican ambassador to Canada says his government wants to know more about the circumstances around the death of the two men and what's being done to prevent similar tragic outcomes.
The changes, outlined in 150 pages of legalese, aim to redefine how people qualify for asylum and similar forms of protection to prevent them from being persecuted or tortured if sent home.
In the U.S., the White House is now clearly counting on the trade deal, as well as its signatories, to help lead the North American recovery after the pandemic.
The region's two largest nations -- Mexico and Brazil -- reported record counts of new cases and deaths almost daily this week, fuelling criticism of their presidents, who have slow-walked shutdowns in attempts to limit economic damage.
Anti-corruption group Mexicans Against Corruption said in a report Monday the suspected COVID-19 death toll in Mexico City is three times that of the official toll of 1,332.
Mexican President Andres Manuel Lopez Obrador said companies would have to answer an extensive questionnaire as part of efforts to protect workers.
Sonora state prosecutor office said Jorge Miguel Armenta Avalos was attacked while leaving a restaurant Saturday afternoon in downtown Ciudad Obregon.
In letters that were leaked to Mexican media on Friday, the same day they were sent, the foreign powers said the rules threatened foreign investment in the energy sector.
The spike in cases in some countries serve as a reminder the pandemic is far from over.
The surge in virus cases across chunks of Latin America comes at a time when other regions, especially Europe and China, are seeing a downward trajectory of new infections.
Two were nurses for the Mexican Social Security Institute and the third was a hospital administrator, but there was no immediate evidence the attack was related to their work. The state prosecutor told local media the motive might have been robbery.