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  • Meghan Markle Taking Over One of The Queen's Tasks

    Definitive proof that the royal family adores her.

  • Billions of dollars in limbo as incoming Ontario premier nixes cap and trade

    The cancellation of Ontario's cap-and-trade system will leave billions of dollars in carbon credits in limbo and consumers on the hook for pricey home upgrades that were expected to be part of a rebate program. Incoming premier Doug Ford has vowed to immediately dismantle cap and trade, but has offered few details on how the system will be wound down, and how or if participating companies will be reimbursed. Jennifer Small, president of a national group that represents the Canadian window and door industry, said it wants an extension to a cancelled rebate program that has paid $500 per opening in which energy-efficient windows are installed.

  • Franklin steps in after Ray taken out of Argonauts' 41-7 loss to Stampeders

    Argonauts backup quarterback James Franklin was anxiously watching Ricky Ray as the veteran QB was strapped into a spinal board and carted off the field. Ray was taken to hospital as a precaution after he was sandwiched between a pair of Calgary Stampeders defensive linemen in the Toronto Argonauts' 41-7 loss on Saturday night in a disappointing rematch of last year's Grey Cup. "I was just watching, concerned for him," said Franklin.

  • Argentina's World Cup mutiny has reportedly turned into a players' coup

    Argentina players have reportedly broken off their relationship with manager Jorge Sampaoli ahead of their final World Cup group game.

  • Driver in road rage case charged with murder and 19 other crimes

    Jeremy Webster, 23, allegedly shot Megan Bigelow and three other people, killing one, in a case of road rage near Denver, police said.

  • Asia Argento Mourns Anthony Bourdain With New Photo Two Weeks After His Death

    The actress shared a photo of the two posing in the sun.

  • Things Donald Trump has said about Canada

    Former U.S. President Franklin Roosevelt once said about Canada, “I have never heard a Canadian refer to an American as a ‘foreigner.’ He is just an ‘American.’ And, in the same way, in the United States, Canadians are not ‘foreigners,’ they are “Canadians.”  Former U.S. President John F. Kennedy once said of Canada, “Geography has made us neighbors. History has made us friends. Economics has made us partners. And necessity has made us allies. Those whom nature hath so joined together, let no man put asunder. What unites us is far greater than what divides us.” Former U.S. President George W. Bush once said about Canada, “There’s a lot of people in my country who respect Canada and have great relations with Canadians, and we intend to keep it that way.” Former U.S. President Barack Obama once said of Canada, “There are no closer friends that we have than the Canadians. And we share values, we share culture. The ties between our people are extraordinary.” About Canada, U.S. President Donald Trump said last week, “They buy shoes and they wear them. They scuff them up to make them sound old or look old. No, we’re treated horribly.” Trump has said so many perplexing things about Canada, we decided to compile this gallery. Heed this warning before proceeding though: Many of the things said in these quotes are factually incorrect or are misrepresentations of facts. The U.S. president’s comment about a widespread Canadian  of smuggling scuffed shoes was incorrect. Economists say Trump’s claims that trade between our two countries tipped heavily in Canada’s favour are skewed and inaccurate. And it was the British who burned down the White House in 1814, not Canadians.