Tax hikes ‘unavoidable’ to offset raft of COVID-19 spending, federal budget watchdog says

OTTAWA — The government will eventually make the “unavoidable” decision to seek new sources of revenues through tax hikes, as policymakers look to offset a raft of recent Liberal spending measures, the federal budget watchdog says. Read More …read more Source:: Nationalpost       

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Tax hikes ‘unavoidable’ to offset raft of COVID-19 spending, federal budget watchdog says

OTTAWA — The government will eventually make the “unavoidable” decision to seek new sources of revenues through tax hikes, as policymakers look to offset a raft of recent Liberal spending measures, the federal budget watchdog says. Read More …read more Source:: Nationalpost       

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Mall-turned-development proposal Promenade 2035 on agenda

Officials with the Los Angeles City Planning Commission will review an updated plan for Westfield Promenade development on Thursday, May 28. French real estate company Unibail-Rodamco-Westfield has recently unveiled new renderings for its proposed 34-acre, mixed-use development. The $1.5 billion project calls for the construction of an urban district with nearly 1,400 residential units, 280,000 […]

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Raging tow truck war in Ontario leads to sweeping arrests for murder, arson, fraud and organized crime

A raging war between rival tow firms fighting over highway towing in southern Ontario, along with the bogus repairs, car rentals and medical claims stemming from them, escalated to murders, assaults, arsons and threats, police said. Read More …read more Source:: Nationalpost       

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Twitter says it is not removing Trump tweets on deceased Scarborough staff member

Twitter Inc said on Tuesday it would take no action at this time on tweets from U.S. President Donald Trump about the 2001 death of a former congressional staff member for Joe Scarborough, after her widower asked the company to remove them for furthering false claims. Read More …read more Source:: Nationalpost       

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Ex-San Clemente man’s killer up for parole; serial killer’s daughter opposes release

She remembers her father brushing her hair and making her breakfast. The world would come to know him as Michael Bear Carson, serial killer. To her, he was a stay-at-home dad. In the late 1970s, Jenn Carson knew her father as a school teacher, a brilliant man who spoke three languages and had a college […]

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