Ex-B.C. Premier Christy Clark makes plea for Conservatives to end ‘cycle of divisive politics’

Former British Columbia Premier Christy Clark made a passionate plea for more moderate Conservatives to end the cycle of “clickbait politicians” which are tearing the country apart — and hinted that Jean Charest could be the man for the job. Read More …read more Source:: Nationalpost       

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Ex-cop sentenced to more than 7 years in prison for role in storming U.S. Capitol

WASHINGTON — A former Virginia police sergeant who joined Donald Trump’s supporters in storming the Capitol on Jan. 6, 2021, was sentenced to seven years and three months in prison on Thursday, a Justice Department spokesperson said. Read More …read more Source:: Nationalpost       

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‘Horror’ start: Erik ten Hag has a ‘hell of a job’ to do at Man Utd

If Erik ten Hag “did not already appreciate the task he has taken on, he does now”, said Chris Wheeler in the Daily Mail. Last Sunday, the Dutchman’s tenure as Manchester United’s manager got off to the worst possible start, as his side slumped to a 2-1 defeat against Brighton & Hove Albion.  SEE MORE […]

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Taiwan president says China’s military threat has not decreased

TAIPEI — The threat of force from China has not decreased but Taiwan will not escalate conflict or provoke disputes, President Tsai Ing-wen said on Thursday, as a source told Reuters the number of warships in the Taiwan Strait was “greatly reduced.” Read More …read more Source:: Nationalpost       

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California legislative leadership opposes Prop 27, an online sports betting ballot measure

California’s legislative leadership — which includes the Democratic and Republican chiefs in the Senate and Assembly — found some common ground this week as they collectively came out against a ballot measure that would legalize online and mobile sports wagering.  Senate President Pro Tempore Toni Atkins, D-San Diego, Senate Minority Leader Scott Wilk, R-Santa Clarita, […]

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Soccer-Qatar World Cup to begin one day earlier than planned – source

MANCHESTER — The World Cup in Qatar will kick-off a day earlier than scheduled if FIFA’s ruling bureau agree to a plan to hold the opening ceremony and the host nation’s first match on Sunday Nov. 20th, a source close to the discussions told Reuters. Read More …read more Source:: Nationalpost       

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