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Politician's baby banned from municipal assembly in Japan

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A baby brought into a Japanese municipal assembly chamber by his lawmaker mother has been promptly ejected because his presence was against the rules, an official says, highlighting the hurdles faced by working women in Japan.

Bombardier hiring 1,000 in Montreal for Global 7000 jet


Bombardier hiring 1,000 in Montreal

Canada Post is scaling back its letters-from-Santa program for kids who write from school

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Canada Post says Santa won't be sending as many personalized letters to kids this year, though he still wants to make sure he responds to every note he receives.

Report: Tillerson Snubbing Ivanka Trump's India Trip Amid Tensions

Report: Tillerson Snubbing Ivanka Trump's India Trip Amid TensionsSecretary of State Rex Tillerson isn’t sending a top delegation to accompany Ivanka Trump to a business summit in India because he doesn’t want to promote her on the world stage, a State Department source has told CNN.


Canada Post is scaling back its letters-from-Santa program for kids who write from school

Santa letters

Canada Post says Santa won't be sending as many personalized letters to kids this year, though he still wants to make sure he responds to every note he receives.

Trump Sets Up Clash Over CFPB Leadership by Naming Mulvaney

Trump Sets Up Clash Over CFPB Leadership by Naming MulvaneyPresident Donald Trump said he is naming White House budget director Mick Mulvaney to be the temporary head of the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau, setting up what could be a high-stakes clash over ...


Man wanted after girls allegedly sexually assaulted near midtown Toronto

A 15-year-old girl is among others that told police she was approached and sexually assaulted by a man near Mount Pleasant Road and Davisville Avenue on Friday.

DOWNS: No FaceTiming on TTC ever

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Laura Babcock killed for role in love triangle: Crown

A Toronto woman who vanished five years ago was murdered — and her remains burned — for being the odd woman out in a love triangle, court heard Monday.

Acting Toronto district fire chief stable after Etobicoke blaze

An acting Toronto district fire chief rushed to hospital while crews were fighting a four-alarm blaze at an Etobicoke townhouse on Thursday night is “stable, conscious and talking,” officials say.

Bill Morneau seems to resent even having to explain himself

Bill Morneau doesn’t seem to understand that the issue isn’t what he’s going to do now. No, the question is why he did what he did in the first place.

Toronto cops to plead guilty for mocking woman with Down syndrome

Two Toronto Police officers caught on tape mocking a woman with Down syndrome will enter guilty submissions of discreditable misconduct and insubordination, a police disciplinary tribunal heard Wednesday.

Police arrest man convicted of sex crimes involving kids after alleged parole breach

Ontario Provincial Police say a man convicted of sex crimes involving children who was wanted on a Canada- wide warrant has been arrested in Toronto.

Woman gunned down in Hamilton 'targeted'

A woman was shot and killed early Monday in Hamilton’s east end in what cops are calling a “targeted” hit.

Liberals show 'lack of respect' with invites to LGBTQ2 apology event, say NDP

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The NDP says Justin Trudeau's government is showing a lack of respect to the very community it is trying to apologize to next week by treating some members of that community as an afterthought.

Phoenix pay system issues making it impossible to track hiring of veterans in public service

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Problems with the federal government’s Phoenix pay system are making it impossible for a program designed to facilitate the integration of veterans in the federal public service to collect hiring statistics.

Mosque attack a reminder of threat to Canadian Sinai force

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The Egyptian chapter of ISIS that likely carried out today's horrific attack in Bir al-Abd, Sinai, has also become a growing threat to a multinational force of peacekeepers that includes a contingent of 68 Canadian soldiers.

MPs to demand government put interests of citizens 1st after auditor's report

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Two senior members of the Commons' powerful public accounts committee say they will start enforcing the auditor general's demand that government departments and agencies put taxpayers' interests first when delivering services.

Demi Lovato, Idina Menzel sued over ‘Frozen’s’ ‘Let It Go,’ singer claims they ‘ripped off’ his song

Singer Jaime Ciero is said to have filed a lawsuit against all those associated with the much-loved track, which he says is too similar to his 2008 song 'Volar.'

Rihanna, Kim Kardashian call for release of jailed sex trafficking victim Cyntoia Brown

This week, the case of a woman named Cyntoia Brown went viral on social media, even though she has already been in jail for more than ten years.

Uma Thurman to Harvey Weinstein: ‘You don’t deserve a bullet’

Uma Thurman has appeared in Harvey Weinstein movies in the past, and finally has some words for him.

Fredericton toddler photobombs his mom’s yoga video, internet loves it

A Fredericton toddler's cute photobomb is not only racking up the likes online, it's also getting worldwide attention.

5 Montreal stories you must read this week: November 24

Families say schools aren't properly dealing with racist bullies.

Canadian initiative fuelled by Terry Fox’s dream may be only hope for young

"It not only offers hope for families, it offers a way to integrate this type of approach for kids and young adults and for all Canadians.''

Brian Boyle scores winner for Devils on 'Hockey Fights Cancer Night'

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Brian Boyle scored one of the most meaningful goals of his career to help the New Jersey Devils beat the Vancouver Canucks 3-2 on Friday night.

Duhamel, Radford lead after pairs short program at Skate America

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Canada's Meagan Duhamel and Eric Radford lead after the pairs short program at Skate America on Friday night, putting them in strong position to win a second Grand Prix event.​

Erik Guay on what it would mean to become an Olympic champion

Erik Guay on what it would mean to become an Olympic champion

Canadian alpine skier Erik Guay chats with CBC's Scott Russell ahead of competing at the world cup in Lake Louise.

Let's Play Operation With Olympic Ski Slopestyle Gold Medallist Dara Howell

Let's Play Operation With Olympic Ski Slopestyle Gold Medallist Dara Howell

Dara Howell is many things, including an Operation aficionado. Well, kind of. Get to know Huntsville, Ontario's Olympian and X-Games medallist better before she competes at this weekend's World Cup in Stubai, Austria.



Sunshine Girl

Nov. 25, 2017

Tim Dolighan
 

Trump supporters troll LeVar Burton after U.S. president's public feud with Lavar Ball


LeVar Burton, LaVar Ball... Same diff — at least to some people on Twitter.

Polish politician reads book about cats in parliament


Poland's most powerful politician openly read a book about cats during a session of parliament Friday, setting off a slew of jokes but also accusations that he was trying to distract voters from a controversial overhaul of the judicial system.

Man to launch himself from a rocket to prove world is flat


'If you're not scared to death, you're an idiot'

Couple file lawsuit after cops confuse hibiscus for pot


A couple who say they were handcuffed for hours in a police patrol car after their hibiscus plants were confused for marijuana are suing the police and an insurance company.

B'nai Brith wants Ontario town to change Swastika Trail street name


A major Jewish advocacy group in Canada has stepped up efforts to help some residents of an Ontario town convince local politicians to rename a street currently called Swastika Trail.

Woman busted for drunk driving after being fingerprinted for earlier DUI charge


A British Columbia woman doubled her trouble when she arrived at the RCMP detachment in the north Okanagan apparently under the influence.

FUREY: Trudeau's latest homegrown jihadist excuse? Blame Harper!


Everyone wants to know what on earth is going on with homegrown jihadists here in Canada and so far they've got more questions than answers.

29 people booted from military this year for sexual misconduct: Defence


More than two dozen service members have been kicked out of the Forces since Canada's top military officer promised to take no prisoners when it came to sexual misconduct in the ranks.

Innu leaders refuse Trudeau's apology to residential school students


Prime Minister Justin Trudeau has "humbly" apologized for abuse and cultural losses at residential schools in Newfoundland and Labrador.

Maryam Monsef still waiting on citizenship paperwork after birthplace revelation


More than a year after Maryam Monsef revealed she was not actually born in Afghanistan, as she had previously believed, the Liberal cabinet minister is still waiting for the government to update her documents.
 
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