China votes to remove presidential limits
President Xi Jinping of China has been voted in to stay on as president for life. China voted yesterday to change its constitution and remove the two-term limit on the presidency. These changes were made by the annual sitting of parliament, the National People’s Congress, which has over 3000... Read more
Trump holds cabinet meeting on proposed steel tariffs
WASHINGTON, D.C. – U.S. president Donald Trump is in Washington today, meeting with his cabinet as discussion unfolds over impending steel and aluminum import tariffs. CBS News reports that President Trump says his tariff plan will be “fair” and “flexible” to friendly countries including Canada and Mexico amid ongoing NAFTA... Read more
The political fallout of Trudeau’s India visit
  Justin Trudeau’s India trip is still in the hot seat as news emerges of a known Sikh “nationalist” who attended the junket, invited by Sikh Liberal MP Randeep Sarai. The gaffe filled trip to one of the world’s emerging economies took off with great optimism and indeed netted... Read more
Pyeongchang 2018 Winter Olympics end in style
It’s that time of year again when we must say goodbye to the Winter Olympics and the athletes who participated. The games were held for two weeks in Pyeongchang, South Korea. Canada won 29 medals; 11 gold, eight silver and 10 bronze. This makes Canada’s most successful winter games in... Read more
International Women’s Day Toronto in photos
100th International Women’s Day by Samuel Ladan on Exposure Read more
10 ways to celebrate International Women’s Day in Toronto
Equality. Progress. Change. Mar. 8 is International Women’s Day. This is a time for not only Canadians but people around the globe to celebrate the progress that has been made in the fight for equality for women. This year, for Canada, the theme of the day is Equality Matters.... Read more
No deaths as avalanche sweeps past skiers in France’s Tignes
LYON, France, March 7 (Reuters) – No one was killed in an avalanche that swept past several skiers on Tuesday in Tignes, authorities in the French Alpine resort said. The avalanche was triggered shortly before 10 A.M. (0900 GMT) in an off-piste area of the vast resort and swept across a relatively easy... Read more
The biggest challenge facing women? Work, say men and women globally
Video courtesy of Thomson Reuter Foundation. By Belinda Goldsmith LONDON, March 7 (Thomson Reuters Foundation) – The world would be a better place for women if they had access to more and better quality jobs, according to a street survey of women and men in 10 countries in Europe,... Read more