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  • Nothing but nyet
    President Trump took another potshot at his attorney general on Monday, describing Jeff Sessions as “beleaguered” and questioning why he isn’t going after Hillary Clinton’s “crimes.”
    “After 1 year of investigation with Zero evidence being found, Chuck Schumer just stated that ‘Democrats should blame ourselves, not Russia,’ ” Trump tweeted....

  • Bombshell report raises ‘grave concern’ over insurance rates
    The bombshell report on ICBC’s financial crisis contains a long list of suggestions to avoid the massive rate hikes now looming for B.C. drivers.
    Here’s one idea, buried on page 101 of the report: Operate the province’s existing red-light intersection cameras all day long, instead of just six hours a day....

  • ‘GRAVE CONCERN’
    B.C.’s attorney general is reassuring drivers they will not be on the hook for a hike in auto insurance rates, despite a report released Monday forecasting prices could soar as much as 30 per cent without immediate and drastic action.
    David Eby said such a...

  • Son died after accidentally shooting himself: father
    The father of an 18-year-old man found dead in an east-end park wants people to know his son’s death was an accident.
    “I know there are rumours out there about what happened to him,” the deceased man’s father said Monday afternoon after Regina police deemed the case to be non-criminal....

  • McCain’s return to Senate adds energy to GOP health-care fight
    The Senate Republicans’ drive to pass a sweeping rewrite of the nation’s health-care laws took another unexpected turn late Monday when the office of Sen. John McCain (R-Ariz.) announced he would return to Washington for a planned Tuesday vote.
    McCain, who was recently diagnosed with an aggressive form of brain cancer, could provide a critical vote to open debate on the GOP bill...

  • JEAN IS RUNNING, STARKE IS WALKING
    And then there was one …
    In what was the worst kept secret of Alberta politics, Brian Jean announced Monday afternoon he was stepping down as Wildrose leader to officially kick off his campaign for leader of the new United Conservative Party.
    “We will repeal,...

  • Olympic bid given more time
    City council agreed Monday to give bureaucrats an extra week to review the work of a group which, after labouring more than 10 months at a cost of $3 million, has concluded it’s too early to say if Calgary should bid for the 2026 Olympic Games.
    Formed last...

  • Grappling with value-added energy ventures
    As a new poll shows most Albertans want authorities to encourage more oil refining at home, the province’s energy diversification committee is busy preparing its report for the Notley government.
    Created last October in the wake of the royalty review, the committee is examining a decades-old conundrum for Alberta: How best to move the province up the value-added energy chain....

  • Bid to end ‘income sprinkling’ draws ire of Ontario doctors
    The federal government is planning to suck millions of dollars out of Ontario doctors’ pockets with tweaks to the tax system, destabilizing their shaky relationship with the provincial government and maybe leading them to work less.
    “What I would hope is that...

  • Victim of violent attack has long road to recovery
    A man remains in hospital with life-threatening injuries after he was the victim of a random attack over the weekend.
    Robert Carignan was out with his dog on Sunday morning when a man pulled him from his wheelchair and assaulted him at Spadina Crescent and 23rd Street shortly after 7:30 a.m....

  • WAIT ’TIL NEXT YEAR
    At one point during his pregame media scrum inside the manager’s office, Blue Jays manager John Gibbons joked that he was hearing voices.
    It turned out that it was Rogers broadcaster Pat Tabler outside in the hallway saying hello to a couple of the Jays’ staff. Then again, it could have been GM Ross Atkins rehearsing what he was going to say the media....

  • Sex shop departure latest blow for near-empty plaza
    The Toronto owner of a large but almost completely deserted Windsor shopping plaza asks the news reporter for business advice: “What can you do to help me?”
    Carlo di Bernardo concedes his Dougall Plaza in the 2500 block of Dougall Avenue is “not doing good...

  • Father pleads guilty to whipping young son
    His four-year-old son wasn’t eating his toast fast enough, so he beat the little boy with an electrical cord.
    A Windsor father pleaded guilty Monday to assault with a weapon in a child abuse case that reportedly left seasoned investigators shaken. Here was a little boy, his arms, stomach and back riddled with whip marks....

  • MONEY can buy you happiness
    It is said that money cannot buy happiness but, according to scientists, it depends what you spend it on.
    Research suggests that using money to buy more free time, such as paying for a cleaner or cook to take the daily chores off your hands, does actually improve well- being. In contrast, spending money on possessions does little to improve happiness....

  • EX- BISHOPS OF SECT GUILTY OF POLYGAMY
    CRANBROOK, B.C .• Two former bishops of an isolated religious commune in British Columbia have been found guilty of practising polygamy after a decades- long legal fight launched by the provincial government.
    Winston Blackmore, 60, was married to Jane Blackmore...

  • ‘I did not collude’
    Jared Kushner, Donald Trump’s son-inlaw and senior adviser, has insisted he “did not collude” with Russia during the presidential election and dismissed the significance of a meeting with Donald Trump Jr and a Russian lawyer.
    In an 11-page statement released...

  • ‘We are so sorry we couldn’t save you’ Parents of Charlie Gard end legal battle
    Charlie Gard’s parents have ended their legal fight for their critically ill baby to be flown to the US for experimental treatment, saying it is “too late” for the process to work.
    After a five-month battle, Connie Yates and Chris Gard told an emotional court...

  • IMF RETAINS INDIA’S FY18 GROWTH PROJECTIONS
    The International Monetary Fund (IMF) has retained its economic growth projection for India at 7.2 per cent in 2017-18, slightly up from 7.1 per cent the previous year.
    This would accelerate to 7.7 per cent in 2018-19, it said, maintaining the rate projected in April....

  • Al-Aqsa must be resolved by Friday: U.N.
    UNITED NATIONS / OCCUPIED JERUSALEM: United Nations Middle East envoy Nickolay Mladenov warned Monday that a solution was needed by Friday to the Jerusalem mosque crisis, which he said threatens to have “potential catastrophic costs well beyond the walls of the Old City.”...

  • Taliban attacks kill some 60 in Kabul
    KABUL: At least 35 people were killed when the Taliban attacked a hospital in central Ghor province over the weekend, a presidential spokesman said yesterday.
    “When the Taliban entered the hospital they killed 35, all civilians,” spokesman Shah Hussain Murtazawi said, without specifying if they were patients or staff. “This is a cruel crime against humanity.”...

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