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Individuals’s Celebration Leader Maxime Bernier egged at project occasion

Individuals’s Celebration Leader Maxime Bernier egged at project occasion

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A man attending a People's Party of Canada event hit PPC leader Maxime Bernier with an egg while posing with him for a photo — an incident that has raised questions about campaign security.People's Party of Canada Leader Maxime Bernier speaking to supporters at a community hall in Cochrane, Alta., on Aug. 30. (CBC)A man hit…
Project supervisor for Sask. CPC incumbent running online petition versus school department mask required

Project supervisor for Sask. CPC incumbent running online petition versus school department mask required

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The campaign manager for Cathay Wagantall, the Conservative Party candidate and incumbent for Saskatchewan's Yorkton-Melville riding, has organized an online petition and is an admin of a Facebook group opposing masking policies implemented by two local school divisions.The campaign manager for Conservative incumbent Cathay Wagantall has organized a petition calling on Yorkton-area school divisions to…
Calgary mayoral prospect with history of racist remarks pleads guilty to dislike criminal offense

Calgary mayoral prospect with history of racist remarks pleads guilty to dislike criminal offense

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Calgary mayoral candidate Kevin J. Johnston, a leader in the pandemic-denying, anti-mask movement, has pleaded guilty to a hate crime in Ontario in connection with anti-Muslim posts online. Kevin J. Johnston is running for mayor in Calgary and has pleaded guilty to a hate crime charge in Ontario. (YouTube)Calgary mayoral candidate Kevin J. Johnston, a leader…
Warming Arctic connected to polar vortex break outs further south

Warming Arctic connected to polar vortex break outs further south

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Warming of the Arctic caused by climate change has increased the number of polar vortex outbreaks, when frigid air from the far north bathes other parts of the Northern Hemisphere in killer cold, a new study finds.A man snowboards down Congress Avenue after a heavy snow in Austin in February 2021. A new study is…
Paralympic wake-up call: Canada races to gold, bronze with excellent times at Games

Paralympic wake-up call: Canada races to gold, bronze with excellent times at Games

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Canada's Danielle Dorris captured a gold medal and broke a world record twice in the pool, while Canadian Marissa Papaconstantinou sprinted to a bronze medal on the track. Here's more of what you missed on Friday.Canada's Danielle Dorris breaks her own world record to win 1st Paralympic goldMoncton, N.B. native Danielle Dorris swims to her…
Rural vs. metropolitan citizens: Resources, unity and the 2021 election

Rural vs. metropolitan citizens: Resources, unity and the 2021 election

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The polarization is obvious. Resource producing regions vote Conservative. Urban resource consumers vote Liberal or NDP. While that works for the Liberals at the ballot box, it comes at a very high cost for national unity, says writer and oil service executive David Yager.A pumpjack in a field near Longview, Alta. Recent Canadian elections have…
CBC News Network– Preview all September

CBC News Network– Preview all September

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Canada·LiveElection news and analysis 24/7 on CBC News Network.Posted: Sep 24, 2021 6:00 AM ET | Last Updated: September 24
These Newfoundland males understood each other, however didn’t recognize they were daddy and kid

These Newfoundland males understood each other, however didn’t recognize they were daddy and kid

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Three Newfoundland men who happen to share a love of mechanics found out they're all related through a DNA testing website. What's more, some of them already knew each other.From left, Jason Gedge Jr., Jason Gedge and Ron Thomas, three generations of men brought together by a DNA test. While they've known each other for…
Abba is back, reveals brand-new album and virtual performance after 40 years

Abba is back, reveals brand-new album and virtual performance after 40 years

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Swedish pop group Abba announced Thursday that they will release a new album — their first in 40 years — and "perform" a concert as digital characters in London's Queen Elizabeth Olympic Park.
Chip lack forces GM to extend factory closures

Chip lack forces GM to extend factory closures

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General Motors Co. will reduce production at most North American assembly plants this month because of the ongoing semiconductor chip shortage, hitting its profitable truck and sport utility vehicles, it said on Thursday.GM's CAMI plant in Ingersoll, Ont., is one of many the automaker is being forced to temporarily shut down because it can't find…

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Alec Hogg’s Inbox: Rely on the IEC not remedy for attaining totally free & reasonable elections

Alec Hogg’s Inbox: Rely on the IEC not remedy for attaining totally free &...

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With the furore around the Independent Electoral Commission’s perceived lack of neutrality, a note from Robin Carlisle has relevance (he signs off as previously PFP/DP/DA MPL, MP, MLA and MEC)/ Robin wrote: Trust in the IEC is not the panacea for achieving free and fair elections. Transparency and the close involvement of the competing parties in the…
My biggest stress over bringing a kid into the world

My biggest stress over bringing a kid into the world

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How could I ever be as good a parent to them, as my parents have been to me? By Nobhongo Gxolo “You won’t have kids if you don’t already. People who think about having them rarely do,” my friend’s partner tells me. Between the two of them they have four children vs my nil. He…
Discovery’s necessary vaccination policy– CEO Adrian Gore’s ethical argument

Discovery’s necessary vaccination policy– CEO Adrian Gore’s ethical argument

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As much as mandatory vaccination policies had become an anticipated reality, the announcement last week by Discovery of its intention to move to a mandatory vaccination policy for SA-based employees – effective 1 January 2022 – still came as a shock. The imposition of mandatory vaccination upon all of Discovery’s almost 10,000 employees is hard to digest,…
Olga Constantatos of Futuregrowth on David Masondo’s questionable debt-for-climate-swap proposition

Olga Constantatos of Futuregrowth on David Masondo’s questionable debt-for-climate-swap proposition

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On Tuesday, David Masondo, South Africa’s deputy finance minister, suggested that investors forgive about R146bn of sovereign debt in exchange for Eskom – the national power utility – meeting climate targets. This very controversial proposal, which Masondo termed a debt-for-climate-swap, would entail a portion of national debt, which he suggested could be R146bn, being forgiven…
Who to start in fantasy football: Week 2 rankings, start-sit advice for PPR, standard, superflex scoring

Who to start in fantasy football: Week 2 rankings, start-sit advice for PPR, standard,...

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(SN/Getty) https://images.daznservices.com/di/library/sporting_news/fd/39/week-2-fantasy-who-to-start-ftr_14awfqrjvqjc91ponkp6sb0j0m.png?t=-313830709&w=500&quality=80 We've already had some notable casualties heading into Week 2, as Odell Beckham Jr. (knee), Josh Jacobs (ankle/toe), and Will Fuller V (personal) have been ruled out. Several other key players, including Marquise Brown (ankle), D'Andre Swift (groin), and Jonnu Smith (hip), among others, are "questionable" (see below for injury updates). That's all…