Democrats to make opening arguments in Trump impeachment trial
WASHINGTON (Reuters) -The Republican-controlled U.S. Senate will hear opening arguments in President Donald Trump’s impeachment trial today, beginning up to six days of presentations on the question of whether Trump should be removed from office. After battling into the early morning hours of this morning over the trial’s rules,... Read more
U.N. experts demand probe into alleged Saudi hack of Amazon boss Jeff Bezos
SAN FRANCISCO/CAIRO (Reuters) -U.N. experts have demanded an immediate investigation by U.S. and other authorities into allegations that Saudi Arabia’s crown prince was involved in a plot to hack the phone of Amazon boss Jeff Bezos. The U.N. special rapporteurs, Agnes Callamard and David Kaye, said today that they... Read more
Trudeau unveils new cabinet for his minority government
Prime Minister Justin Trudeau will name his new cabinet and settle on the structure of his office during the swearing-in of his minority Liberal government today in Ottawa. Ministers confirmed by CBC-Radio-Canada: Chrystia Freeland will serve as deputy prime minister. François-Philippe Champagne is the new foreign affairs minister. Marc... Read more
Impeachment Day 4 hears from Ambassador Sondland
WASHINGTON (Reuters) – A senior U.S. diplomat told lawmakers on Wednesday President Donald Trump expressly ordered him and others to pressure Ukraine into investigating a political rival, providing some of the most significant testimony to date in a Democrat-led impeachment inquiry. Wednesday’s proceedings began with U.S. Ambassador to the European Union,... Read more
After the results: The Cross Canada Project – Quebec
On Monday, October 21, Prime Minister Justin Trudeau was re-elected and will now oversee a minority government. We previously talked with Nancy Jiung, 20, a medicine student in Quebec City, Quebec. She wasn’t very engaged with politics but had decided to vote. In a follow-up chat with Jiung, we... Read more
Skedline News – Nov 6
Regina Yohana has today’s top stories. Read more
Scheer’s Conservative leadership top topic of  caucus meeting
Federal Conservative leader Andrew Scheer is meeting his caucus for the first time since losing the federal election. The Conservative leader and his party won 121 seats on Oct, 21, a number far below expectations. The Liberals won a minority government with 152 seats. Scheer will face tough questions... Read more
Humber College Takes Back The Night!
Humber College just put on it’s 4th annual Take Back The Night March: A night dedicated to ending sexual violence and amplifying the voices of survivors. Read more
Mayor John Tory reveals he wants King St. Pilot Project to stay
Mayor John Tory has announced that he wants the King St. Pilot Project to be permanent. The King St Pilot Project began in Nov. 2017. It restricted the movement of cars along King Street through downtown, prioritizing streetcars. “The King Street Pilot is working and it must be continued,”... Read more