Tags » ImSxQ

Blackface, a wounded tiny horse and a wayward walleye; In-The-News for Sept. 20

In-The-News is a roundup of stories from The Canadian Press designed to kickstart your day. Here is what’s on the radar of our editors for the morning of Sept. 1,424 more words

PMN News

Trudeau seeks to right his campaign in Toronto as Scheer heads to Maritimes

OTTAWA — Liberal Leader Justin Trudeau is in Toronto today, hoping to take back control of his re-election campaign after spending yesterday apologizing for donning blackface when he was younger. 181 more words

PMN News

Britain wants to avoid no-deal Brexit, says British envoy to Canada

OTTAWA — Britain’s envoy to Canada says her government wants to avoid a no-deal Brexit departure from the European Union, and its presentation of documents to Brussels on Thursday was a step towards a last-ditch agreement. 719 more words

PMN News

Canada Post to unveil Leonard Cohen commemorative stamp to mark late singer's birthday

MONTREAL — Canada Post is set to honour the late singer Leonard Cohen with a new set of stamps to be revealed today.

The three-stamp set — distinct designs celebrating the life and work of the beloved Montreal-born artist — will be unveiled at an event at the Montreal Museum of Fine Arts this afternoon. 204 more words

PMN News

Ontario Human Rights Commission to unveil policy to tackle racism in law enforcement

VAUGHAN, Ont. — Ontario’s Human Rights Commission plans to unveil a new policy to tackle racial profiling in law enforcement.

The commission says it also plans to announce recommendations to help address the issue. 92 more words

PMN News

Man in photo with Trudeau not offended by costume; says 'it's not a big thing'

SURREY, B.C. — A man who was photographed with Liberal Leader Justin Trudeau in brownface said he doesn’t view the costume he was wearing at a theme party in 2001 as racist. 371 more words

PMN News

Invasive giant bee-eating hornets nest found in Nanaimo, B.C.

NANAIMO, B.C. — A nest of invasive Asian giant hornets has been discovered and destroyed in a park south of Nanaimo, B.C.

The provincial government says its experts and a group of local beekeepers successfully eradicated the nest using carbon dioxide and removed all the hornets and the queen. 138 more words

PMN News