Justin Trudeau bungee jumps from 200 feet cliff

Justin Trudeau bungee jumps from 200 feet cliff

Justin Trudeau bungee jumps from 200 feet cliff | The Star “,”heading”:””,”fullWindow”:false,”fullBleed”:false,”showFullBleedOnMobile”:false,”headColor”:””,”type”:”html5mobile”,”textColor”:””,” mobileImageUrl”:””,”bgColor”:””,”imageUrl”:””,”registeredOnly”:false,”linkUrl”:””,”aodaTitle”:”Instagram”,”internalScroll”:false,”displayStyle” :”small-up”},{“text”:”“You never know who you will encounter on the bungee tower at Great Canadian Bungee,” the post said, “Canadian prime minister came to jump this morning with his son Xavier and daughter Ella-Grace.””,”type”:”text”,”isParagraph”:true,”isHeading”:false},{“text”:”“Props to them on some fantastic jumps and even some … Read more

Apotex sold to New York firm SK Capital

Apotex sold to New York firm SK Capital

More on the Sherman investigation The generic drug powerhouse built by murdered Canadian billionaire Barry Sherman has been sold to a New York private equity firm. The value of the deal has not been disclosed and regulatory approval is pending. SK Capital, which specializes in the pharmaceutical sector, announced Wednesday that it had reached an … Read more

Jeremy Mackenzie arrested near Halifax on warrant over weapons charges

Jeremy Mackenzie arrested near Halifax on warrant over weapons charges

RCMP in Nova Scotia have confirmed the arrest of Jeremy Mackenzie, founder of the far-right Diagolon group, on weapons charges. Mounties said Mackenzie was arrested Wednesday in Cole Harbour, near Halifax on a warrant stemming from charges in Saskatchewan. “At approximately 2 pm today, Jeremy Mackenzie was arrested on Bissett Rd. in Cole Harbour, in … Read more

Generation Greta is growing up — and they’re angry

Generation Greta is growing up — and they’re angry

It’s hard to believe it was only four years ago when a Swedish teenager skipped school for the environment and inspired millions around the world to do the same. But for many of the kids who followed in Greta Thunberg’s footsteps, the past four years have not flown by. Instead, they’ve been punctuated by disappointment … Read more

Hurricane Fiona is heading toward Atlantic Canada. Here’s what to expect

Hurricane Fiona is heading toward Atlantic Canada.  Here’s what to expect

HALIFAX—Cape Bretoners will emerge from their homes Saturday to face the aftermath of Fiona—the latest hurricane to etch its name into the Atlantic Canadian consciousness. Like Dorian in 2019, and Juan in 2003, Fiona is projected to be a storm of “historic” proportions, one of the biggest to hit Eastern Canada. As of Friday evening, … Read more

Queen Elizabeth’s funeral: Here’s what Canadian royal watchers noticed

Queen Elizabeth’s funeral: Here’s what Canadian royal watchers noticed

Minute by minute — once each minute for 96 minutes — the bells tolled as the UK laid its former Queen to rest with all the pomp and circumstance a thousand-year-old monarchy could muster. Ninety-six bells for 96 years, the age of Queen Elizabeth II at her death on Sept. 8. It was a day … Read more

Why documents found on a sidewalk are shaking up Vancouver’s municipal election

Jeremy Mackenzie arrested near Halifax on warrant over weapons charges

VANCOUVER—It was crisp, white pieces of paper folded up and lying on a drab sidewalk not far from Vancouver City Hall that grabbed the attention of Stanley Q. Woodvine. The paper was pristine enough for Woodvine to assume someone had recently dropped it. So, being a binner who is homeless, he picked it up. “I … Read more

Ontario tells court climate plan is more of a ‘glossy brochure’ than a law

Ontario tells court climate plan is more of a ‘glossy brochure’ than a law

Ontario says its climate plan has no power to reduce emissions. And for that reason, it shouldn’t be reviewed or overturned by the courts, provincial lawyers argued in Superior Court this week. The emissions-reduction plan put forward by the province’s Progressive Conservative government is not a law, but a “communications product” and has no legal … Read more

Flood of support as Lisa LaFlamme comforts Canadians from London

Flood of support as Lisa LaFlamme comforts Canadians from London

One ruled the Commonwealth, the other the Canadian airwaves, and so fans of both are emotionally and enthusiastically embracing the surprise sight of former CTV news anchor Lisa LaFlamme on the streets of London covering the death of the Queen. “We’ve been waiting for you,” declared one tweet; “so glad that we don’t have to … Read more

Lisa LaFlamme to lead coverage of Queen Elizabeth’s death for CityNews

Lisa LaFlamme to lead coverage of Queen Elizabeth’s death for CityNews

Former CTV News anchor Lisa LaFlamme will lead a rival network’s coverage of the death of Queen Elizabeth II. In a Friday morning tweet, Rogers Sports and Media announced that LaFlamme, dismissed last month as anchor of CTV’s flagship newscast, will feature as a special correspondent from London, leading CityNews’ coverage of the Queen’s life, … Read more