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Canada Why Justin Trudeau ‘prime minister for life’ might not happen: Full Comment with Anthony Furey

18:19  26 july  2021
18:19  26 july  2021 Source:   nationalpost.com

Director Morgan Neville Explains Why Asia Argento Wasn’t Interviewed For New Anthony Bourdain Documentary, ‘Roadrunner’

  Director Morgan Neville Explains Why Asia Argento Wasn’t Interviewed For New Anthony Bourdain Documentary, ‘Roadrunner’ Morgan Neville is revealing why Asia Argento, the girlfriend of the late Anthony Bourdain, wasn’t interviewed for a new documentary about the celebrity chef’s life. The couple, who had a complicated romance, first met while Bourdain was filming a season eight-episode of “Parts Unknown” set in Argento’s hometown of Rome back in 2016. RELATED: Anthony BourdainThe couple, who had a complicated romance, first met while Bourdain was filming a season eight-episode of "Parts Unknown" set in Argento's hometown of Rome back in 2016.

It’s obvious: the Trudeau Liberals are prepping to call an election, apparently confident they can cruise to another victory. But Jenni Byrne knows polls and pundits have been wrong before — very wrong. Byrne was a key manager in national campaigns for Stephen Harper during his years leading the Conservatives to power from 2006 to 2015. She joins Furey to explain why Erin O’Toole’s Conservative campaign may turn out better than the conventional wisdom believes, and why no one should assume anymore that Justin Trudeau simply can’t be stopped. (Recorded July 21, 2021).

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Feds to provide funding for 95 energy efficient rental homes in Hamilton

  Feds to provide funding for 95 energy efficient rental homes in Hamilton Prime Minister Justin Trudeau revealed $5 million in funding at a development in Hamilton's Landsdale neighbourhood on Tuesday.During one of two stops in Hamilton on Tuesday, the PM said the passive homes will be built through the $200 million fund Affordable Housing Innovation Fund created in 2016 which has 30,000 affordable housing units earmarked for Canadians.

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Businesses expect boom when St-Pierre reopens

  Businesses expect boom when St-Pierre reopens The resumption of ferry service to and from St-Pierre-Miquelon next month will mean more than a handful of Newfoundlanders wandering their streets again, picking up French pastries. It will be a huge boost for businesses on the Burin Peninsula as well. “It’s not just good news, it’s great news,” Marystown Deputy Mayor Gary Myles said Tuesday. “Anything that increases the businesses in our town is good news right now. It’s just one more sign that we’re coming out of this pandemic.” The adjusted border measures for travellers from St-Pierre and the United States come into effect on Aug. 9.

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Kelly McParland: Justin Trudeau hypocritically punishes others for past mistakes, while brushing off his own

  Kelly McParland: Justin Trudeau hypocritically punishes others for past mistakes, while brushing off his own Kentaro Kobayashi, the director of the opening ceremonies of the Tokyo Olympics, was fired abruptly, just as the Games began, for making a really ugly joke about the Holocaust — in the 1990s. It was an indefensibly awful joke, in which he said, “Let’s play Holocaust!” and pretended to be cutting up paper figures of people with a pair of scissors. It’s one of those forms of humour that professional comedians defend as being so entirely offensive as to undermine any notion they should be taken seriously. It was also part of an act during a comedy show 23 years ago, when Kobayashi was 25 and part of a comedy duo looking to make a name for itself.

Muskrat Falls deal 'betrayed the Innu people' says Innu Nation .
The Innu Nation is accusing the prime minister and Newfoundland and Labrador's premier of betrayal over last week's rate-mitigation agreement.Last Wednesday the federal and provincial governments reached a $5.2-billion deal which will prevent electricity bills on the island from spiking when the Muskrat Falls hydroelectric project is commissioned this fall.

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