James Bond movie release pushed back seven months amid coronavirus
LONDON (Reuters) – The global release of the new James Bond film No Time to Die has been postponed by seven months amid the coronavirus disruption. It has closed movie theaters in China and caused widespread headaches for other Hollywood productions. “After careful consideration and thorough evaluation of the... Read more
Biden beats Sanders in Super Tuesday blowout
Bloomberg drops, Warren out in home state – In the space of 24 hours, the Democratic presidential contest suddenly became a two-man race between former Vice President Joe Biden, whose campaign was floundering just a week ago, and Vermont Senator Bernie Sanders, the self described Democratic socialist.  Biden... Read more
25 dead, 30 injured in Tennessee tornadoes
NASHVILLE Tenn. (Reuters) — A string of tornadoes tore through Nashville, Tennessee, and surrounding counties early on Tuesday, killing at least 25 people, leaving others missing and reducing neighborhoods to rubble as voters across the state cast ballots in the Super Tuesday presidential primary. The National Weather Service said eight tornadoes were believed... Read more
Activist Greta Thunberg calls EU climate law a “surrender”
BRUSSELS (Reuters) — Swedish activist Greta Thunberg said the new “climate law” put forward by the European Commission on Tuesday to make the EU’s 2050 net zero emissions target legally binding was “surrender”. Addressing members of the European Parliament’s Committee on the Environment, Public Health and Food Safety in... Read more
Small Space, Big Ideas: How to do an art exhibition
The Lakeshore Grounds Interpretive Centre has brought students many interesting local histories since its opening in 2016. Although many of their exhibits have been published here on Skedline.com, there’s one story that hasn’t been covered: who the people behind the events are and how they put the exhibits together.... Read more
Will the Astros’ sign-stealing scandal ruin baseball?
Baseball, a sport once known (and probably still seen as) “America’s favourite pastime,” has found itself in the crosshairs of yet another scandal.  In a groundbreaking report by The Athletic’s Ken Rosenthal and Evan Drellich, the 2017 World Series-winning Houston Astros were accused of stealing other team’s signs. This... Read more
‘The unstoppable Raptors’ are rewriting the history books
PODCAST – Skedline reporters Christian Holmes and Nimrit Singh team up to produce a podcast covering the Toronto Raptors’ historic 15 game winning streak. Holmes and Singh are joined by three guests; Sportnet’s Michael Grange, host of the “SportsPsych Podcast” Anthony K, and former longtime sports anchor for CTV... Read more
First Nations protests shut down major railways
By Jacob Brooks and Mariana Belham  UPDATE: Feb. 13 2020. VIA Rail has cancelled all service nation wide due to an advisory from CN, their infrastructure provider. Pro-Wet’suwet’en protestors, comprised of Indigenous rights activists and members of the Tyendinaga Mohawk Territory,  are continuing to block CN and Via Rail... Read more
Your quick guide to the 2020 New Hampshire primary
After weeks of intense campaigning for a primary whose significance has been compounded by the uncertainty surrounding last weeks Iowa caucus results, hundreds of thousands of New Hampshire residents are casting the first ballots in the 2020 U.S. presidential elections today. Once the results finally trickled out of Iowa... Read more
Despite Democrat attacks, New Hampshire Republicans still support Trump
President Donald Trump held a rally Monday night in Manchester, NH and got a massive response from his supporters as people lined up for days outside the SNHU Arena to get a prime location and to have the chance to show their passion for Trump by cheering and chanting... Read more