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Liberals block Conservatives’ attempt to delay budget – CTV News

The Liberals have foiled a Conservative plan to delay Tuesday’s budget by forcing up to 40 hours of votes in the House of Commons to protest what the Tories say is a “gag order” on former justice minister and attorney general Jody Wilson-Raybould. The Conservatives’ filibuster-like tactic of scheduling 257 fiscal votes starting on Monday … Continue reading “Liberals block Conservatives’ attempt to delay budget – CTV News”

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Yellow-vest protesters riot, set fires in upscale Champs-Elysées avenue in Paris – CBC.ca

French yellow-vest protesters set fires, smashed up luxury stores in Paris and clashed with police Saturday in the 18th straight weekend of demonstrations against President Emmanuel Macron. Large plumes of smoke rose above the rioting on Paris’ landmark Champs-Élysées avenue, and a mother and her child were just barely saved from a building blaze. Cobblestones … Continue reading “Yellow-vest protesters riot, set fires in upscale Champs-Elysées avenue in Paris – CBC.ca”

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Suspect arrested in shooting death of reputed New York mafia boss – Global News

A 24-year-old man was arrested Saturday in the shooting death of the reputed boss of the Gambino crime family, New York City police said. READ MORE: Alleged Gambino crime boss ‘Franky Boy’ Cali fatally shot in New York Anthony Comello was arrested in New Jersey in the death of Francesco Cali on Wednesday in front … Continue reading “Suspect arrested in shooting death of reputed New York mafia boss – Global News”

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PCs unveil Ontario’s new sex-ed curriculum, raise high school class sizes – Toronto Sun

The province’s new sex ed curriculum changes when students will learn about various topics like gender identity but still covers all the material included in the controversial 2015 version, Education Minister Lisa Thompson says. The Minister unveiled Ontario’s revamped sex ed program Friday for Grades 1-8, pushing back when gender expression will be taught to … Continue reading “PCs unveil Ontario’s new sex-ed curriculum, raise high school class sizes – Toronto Sun”

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Trudeau, PMO staff hire outside lawyers in case of SNC-Lavalin probe – The Globe and Mail

Open this photo in gallery Prime Minister Justin Trudeau participates in an armchair discussion at the Ontario English Catholic Teachers Association Annual General Meeting in Ottawa on March 9, 2019. Justin Tang/The Canadian Press Prime Minister Justin Trudeau and senior officials in his office have retained outside legal counsel to advise them as the federal … Continue reading “Trudeau, PMO staff hire outside lawyers in case of SNC-Lavalin probe – The Globe and Mail”

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Israel launches airstrikes in Gaza after rockets fired at Tel Aviv – CBC.ca

Israel says its warplanes attacked Hamas facilities in the southern Gaza Strip early Friday morning local time in response to a rare rocket attack on the Israeli city of Tel Aviv, as the sides appeared to be hurtling toward a new round of violence. The rocket attack Thursday night caught the Israeli military off guard … Continue reading “Israel launches airstrikes in Gaza after rockets fired at Tel Aviv – CBC.ca”

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What Trudeau needs to do to get past the SNC-Lavalin affair – Toronto Star

Butts has been gone a month, and from what I’ve gathered, he’s well and truly gone — perhaps back in some role for the campaign, but no guarantees. So Trudeau now has to figure out how to replace this powerful friend and ally with one, or possibly two people. There’s no shortage of senior Liberals … Continue reading “What Trudeau needs to do to get past the SNC-Lavalin affair – Toronto Star”

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Canadian Households Debt Service Ratio Hits New High

Canadian households are feeling the pinch of rising interest payments. The debt service ratio, a measure of how much household income is going towards servicing principal and interest payments, ticked higher in Q4 2018. The debt service ratio topped a record high of 14.9% last quarter. The Canadian debt story is well known, and has […]

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Here’s how prosecutors believe David Sidoo allegedly conspired to get his sons into top universities – CBC.ca

A prominent businessman and philanthropist in B.C. is among dozens of wealthy parents implicated in a nationwide college admissions scandal in the United States. David Sidoo, 59, is accused of paying more than $200,000 to have someone write SATs for his two sons, who were ultimately accepted to prestigious universities in California based on applications … Continue reading “Here’s how prosecutors believe David Sidoo allegedly conspired to get his sons into top universities – CBC.ca”

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Boeing urges U.S. regulators to ground global fleet of 737 Max jets – The Globe and Mail

Boeing Co. has recommended U.S. aviation regulators ground the global fleet of the U.S. aircraft maker’s 737 Max passenger jets, after two deadly crashes in five months. Boeing made the announcement on the same day Canada and the United States grounded Boeing’s 737 Max passenger jet, becoming the last major countries to do so. “We … Continue reading “Boeing urges U.S. regulators to ground global fleet of 737 Max jets – The Globe and Mail”

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