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San Francisco No Longer Feels Like It’s in America

Robin Silver, who has been living in the Berkeley, California, tent city on the edge of Adeline Street for a year and a half May 22, 2019. 653 more words


Businesses, residents affected by Halifax crane collapse suing to recoup losses

A proposed class action lawsuit is being filed on behalf of the businesses and residents impacted by the crane that collapsed during post-tropical storm Dorian last month. 378 more words


Ontario high school teachers union says contract talks with government have stalled

TORONTO – The union representing Ontario‘s public high school teachers says it has filed for conciliation after what it describes as stalled contract negotiations with the provincial government. 113 more words


'They don't own your vote': Singh pushes back on Liberal warnings about voting NDP

Jagmeet Singh encouraged voters not to fall for what he says are Liberal scare tactics and instead cast their ballots for the New Democrats with confidence as he sought to continue building momentum in the final days of the… 462 more words


Fired Burnaby Conservative candidate's votes will still be tallied for CPC: Elections Canada

It turns out ejected Burnaby Conservative candidate Heather Leung will still be running for the party after all.

The Conservatives fired Leung, a Burnaby North—Seymour candidate, earlier this month after two videos surfaced of her making homophobic comments. 460 more words


Turnout up at advance polls in central Ontario ridings: Elections Canada

The riding of Peterborough-Kawartha saw a nearly 14 per cent increase in advance ballots cast for Monday’s federal election compared to 2015, Elections Canada said Friday. 141 more words


Well didn't I just speak too soon.

It seems the violence here is getting a bit scary after all.

Cuz you know, that time a fully armed SWAT team had a shootout underneath your bedroom window…. 14 more words