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Entrepreneurs with New Inventions Set to Flock Toronto Book Expo 2020

Posted on 23 January 2020

The Toronto Book Expo 2020 is going to be one of the most interesting events in Canada for this year. Designed specifically to kick off the spring season this year, the Toronto Book Expo 2020 is going to attract the best in the literary world. However, that is not the best part of the story – it is going to attract a lot more than writers, authors, and publishers. Entrepreneurs with ama ...

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Toronto Book Expo 2020 Celebrates Diversity and Multiculturalism

Posted on 23 January 2020

The 2020 Toronto Book Expo is gearing up to be one of the most substantial book expos in Canada. The literary celebration aims to not only give back to the community by tackling social issues, but it also diversifying the local community by celebrating diversity in all forms. The Expo is set to take Toronto by storm for three uninhibited and non-consecutive days of literary merry-making. The ...

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Masse calls on Trudeau to legalize sports betting, protect Ojibway Shores

Posted on 10 January 2020

Although Prime Minister Justin Trudeau’s planned visit to Windsor was cancelled late Wednesday, local MP Brian Masse (NDP — Windsor-West) expressed hope earlier in the day the nation’s leader will soon take action on two long-standing local issues the community wants addressed — approval of single-event sports betting and protection of Ojibway Shores. Masse for years has urged ...

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Trudeau's genocidal flimflam has international consequences

Posted on 10 January 2020

Not that it will come as much of a surprise to folk here in Alberta, but the United Nations has stuck its well-manicured fingers into the very future of Canada’s major energy projects. The UN’s Committee on the Elimination of Racial Discrimination — wager there are some juicy expense accounts tied to membership in that saintly crew — is urging Canada to stop work on three majo ...

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Pipeline industry faces double Trudeau and Trump whammy but is still cautiously optimistic

Posted on 10 January 2020

Alberta’s pipelines are about to get hit with a double regulatory whammy from Justin Trudeau in Ottawa and Donald Trump in Washington. Nonetheless, the Canadian pipeline industry is still cautiously optimistic about success in the coming decade. Its more positive outlook may well be the right mindset for success but that doesn’t mean more hardship isn’t coming soon. It’s alre ...

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Trudeau invited to Alberta to see economic pains first hand

Posted on 10 January 2020

Alberta Senator Doug Black has invited Prime Minister Justin Trudeau to the province to see first hand the devastation caused by the federal government. Black said Wednesday he was in northern Alberta just before the holiday season and saw and heard stories of the pain and anxiety caused to Albertans by federal policies. “I had the opportunity to visit Grande Prairie and talk to a nu ...

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Everything you need to know (and a few things you don't) about Justin Trudeau's beard

Posted on 10 January 2020

OTTAWA — Justin Trudeau is sporting a new, more serious look to go with his more businesslike approach to being prime minister. He has returned from more than two weeks vacation in Costa Rica with a salt-and-pepper beard. Trudeau’s new look was revealed in a photo posted Monday on Instagram by his official photographer, Adam Scotti. Trudeau later tweeted another photo showing him and Defe ...

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Terence Corcoran: The Trudeau Liberals will have to live with being in breach of a UN declaration they should never have adopted

Posted on 10 January 2020

According to an ancient political proverb, governments that pander to the globalist sword fighters at the United Nations run a grave risk of getting their policy necks lopped off. And so, as prophesied, that object now rolling across the Canadian West toward Ottawa is the Trudeau government’s self-righteous 2016 decision to wrap its arms around UNDRIP — the 2007 United Nations Unit ...

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Prime Minister Trudeau responds to Iraq missile attacks

Posted on 10 January 2020

OTTAWA (660 NEWS) – The Prime Minister’s Office out with a late night release following the missile attacks in Iraq, saying Trudeau convened the Incident Response Group following the attacks including the Minister of Defence, Minister of Foreign Affairs and the Chief of Defence Staff among others. In a statement, Trudeau says “Canadians can be proud of the important work our t ...

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Trudeau speaks with Trump on shared concerns over Iran, plane crash

Posted on 10 January 2020

Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau spoke on Wednesday with US President Donald Trump, according to the Canadian Prime Minister Office. The two leaders discussed the need for a thorough investigation to determine the cause of the Ukrainian plane crash, which killed 176 people including 63 Canadians early Wednesday. They exchanged views on the situation in Iraq and ...