Trump Impeachment Inquiry: 7 Key Points From The 1st Public Hearing

The U.S. House Intelligence Committee on Wednesday Public Impeachment Hearings Begin For 3rd Time In Modern U.S. History Jagmeet Singh Doubles Down On Donald Trump Impeachment Remark Democrats Formally Vote To Open Impeachment Inquiry Against Trump How The Heck Does Impeachment Work? And Does It Exist In Canada? Kent also explained the importance of Ukraine […]

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Late night hosts recap Day 1 of the Trump impeachment hearings

“It’s finally arrived: The first day of live impeachment hearings,” Stephen Colbert said on Wednesday’s Late Show. “Today’s testimony was as dramatic as it was historic. It was the biggest ratings hit for C-SPAN 3 since Drunk History, starring Brett Kavanaugh.” The “bombshell today” was U.S. Ambassador William Taylor’s new testimony that an embassy “staffer […]

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Barack Obama Says Justin Trudeau’s Approach To Politics Is Close To His Own

HALIFAX — Former U.S. president Barack Obama made a point of highlighting his admiration for Justin Trudeau Wednesday, saying the prime minister’s approach to politics is close to his own. Obama, who endorsed Trudeau toward the end of the recent federal election campaign, made the remarks during a one-hour question-and-answer session before a sold-out crowd […]

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Ryan Reynolds Honours His Mountie Brother, Barenaked Ladies’ Steven Page

Vancouver’s own Ryan Reynolds Got The Sweetest Vancouver-Themed Gift From Blake Lively Ryan Reynolds Trash Talks Other Marvel Stars ‘Like A Canadian’ Ryan Reynolds, Donnie Yen Bring Some CanCon To The Bottle Cap Challenge …read more Source:: The Huffington Post – Canada Travel       

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Alberta Independence Ideas Would Come With ‘Increased Costs’: Nenshi

Calgary’s mayor says ideas being floated to give Alberta more independence from the federal government would be costly. Naheed Nenshi says wresting control from Ottawa over things like pensions and policing would have to come with a big enough benefit to justify the expense. He says his focus in running the city is making sure […]

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Ontario Catholic Teachers Vote 97% In Favour Of Strike

TORONTO — Teachers in Ontario’s English Catholic system have voted 97 per cent in favour of a strike. Ontario English Catholic Teachers’ Association president Liz Stuart says the vote sends a message to the government that members won’t accept an agreement that would be detrimental to learning and working conditions in schools. The Catholic teachers […]

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