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A record number of US citizens are seeking asylum in Canada

A total of 2,550 US citizens applied for asylum Canada in 2017 — six times more than in 2016, according to data from Immigration, Refugees and Citizenship Canada citedby The Guardian.

BUSINESS INSIDER - 2018-11-14 00:00:00

Michelle Obama confesses why she hugged the Queen and broke royal protocol

She said in her memoir, Becoming, they agreed a long day of standing had left them with sore feet.

MIRROR - 2018-11-14 03:22:10

This Canadian Province Already Has 4.5 Feet Of Snow And The Blizzards Are Only Getting Worse

TL;DRLabrador has already received 4.5 feet of snow in the last few weeks, breaking the record for most snow in such a short frame of time. The weather is expected to get worse, with blizzards and cold fronts ahead.


Canada registers sixfold increase in US citizens seeking asylum in 2017

The couple’s 18-month-old daughter, however, was born in Fort Lauderdale, and – as an American by birth – she is part of a growing number of US citizens seeking refuge inCanada.

THE GUARDIAN - 2018-11-14 10:00:13

Here's What Marijuana Stock Cronos Group Is Saying About Its Future -- The Motley Fool

Cronos Group(NASDAQ:CRON)is one of a slate of cannabis companies positioning itself to benefit from the growing use of marijuana globally, and this week its management updated investors on the company's latest quarterly performance and its plans for the future. With sales growing triple digits and m

MOTLEY FOOL - 2018-11-14 14:15:00

Trudeau says Canada wants a free trade deal with southeast Asian nations

A preliminary study of a Canada-ASEAN trade agreement has been done, but experts suggest it could take years to finalize an agreement with the 10-nation bloc, which includes the Philippines, Indonesia, Brunei, Singapore, Malaysia, Thailand, Vietnam, Laos, Cambodia and Burma.

TRAIL - 2018-11-14 14:08:27

Globe editorial: How Donald Trump gave Canada a Chinese gift

However, while Chinese exporters generally enjoy a low Canadian tariff wall, or no wall at all, many Canadian exporters to China are facing a Great Wall.

GLOBE AND MAIL - 2018-11-14 01:12:36

In the Asia Model, India will prevail over China, no equivalence between India and 'puppet Pakistan': Security Expert

North America’s leading event on geo-strategic matters commences on Friday. The President of the event believes that India, which is the Asian model symbolizing democracy, will ultimately prevail over China,reportsHindustan Times.

OPINDIA.COM - 2018-11-14 06:47:42

Canada invites Teller County's Sheriff to visit

Mikesell plans to be in Canada on Thanksgiving weekend. He is making the trip on his own, not in an official county capacity, so taxpayers won't pay for it.

KRDO - 2018-11-14 02:05:13

Most Canadians unhappy with legal age to consume marijuana: survey - NEWS 1130

Among British Columbians, a fifth feel the minimum age should be 18, just over a third agree with the set age of 19, and about a quarter think it should be bumped up to 21.

CITYNEWS1130.COM - 2018-11-14 17:15:23

William Watson: Trump’s nationalism bad, Trudeau’s somehow good

Nationalism got mixed reviews in the First World War commemorations. That’s fine. A two-sided understanding of nationalism is apt. Like many things, nationalism can be double-edged. What’s not helpful is when two-sidedness reflects a double standard: soft on our own nationalism, hard on others’.

FINANCIAL POST - 2018-11-13 12:00:09

Justice minister says Muscowpetung First Nation retail cannabis outlet would be illegal - MBC Radio

“The federal government has delegated through its responsibility for licensing and regulating cannabis retailers to the province,” he says. “So, it would be our position that somebody setting one up without a provincial licence would not be legal, would not be authorized.”

MBCRADIO.COM - 2018-11-14 00:19:50

Indigenous-led guardian projects get $5.7 million

Will Goodon said he grew up in a Métis community on the land in southwestern Manitoba, hunting, snaring and trapping. Goodon said it's important for Métis youth to participate in a community-based pilot program that would provide them time in the bush, learning traditional hunting and trapping skill

NATIONAL OBSERVER - 2018-11-14 00:09:31

Tim Hortons Now Sells Chicken Nuggets In Canada

The first one was to announcethe new 2018 holiday menu, and the second was to announce the launch of their new kids meals!

MTLBLOG.COM - 2018-11-14 00:00:00

Here's What Marijuana Stock Aurora Cannabis Is Saying About Its Future -- The Motley Fool

Aurora Cannabis'(NYSE:ACB)latest quarterly earnings suggest its aggressive strategy, which includes 25 acquisitions so far, is paying off. The company's sales are soaring, and with Canada's recreational market only four weeks old, the future appears bright. Is Aurora Cannabis a pot stock worth buyin

MOTLEY FOOL - 2018-11-13 15:15:00

This girl genius might be the smartest kid in Canada

Sandra is also the only Montrealer to be competing on the first season of Canada’s Smartest Person Junior, a six-week series that debuts Wednesday at 8 p.m. on CBC-TV. Nearly 1,000 Canadian kids, between 9 and 12, applied for the competition, and Sandra made it as one the Top 12 finalists.

MONTREAL GAZETTE - 2018-11-14 10:56:23

Canada stands pat on Saudi arms sales, even after hearing Khashoggi tape

“We are reviewing our arms sales to Saudi Arabia in view of this killing and, obviously, during this period of review no new arms export permits will be signed,” Freeland said in Windsor, Ont.

GLOBE AND MAIL - 2018-11-13 22:45:12

LILLEY: Thousands of Canadian voter cards sent to dead, non-citizens

Across the United States, a full week after the midterm elections, votes are being challenged, allegations of voter fraud made, ballots found, ballots recounted.

TORONTO SUN - 2018-11-13 22:31:07

EDITORIAL: Jew-hatred exposes vile face, again

This unprovoked attack that occurred Sunday in the Bathurst St. and Lawrence Ave. area, where many Jews live, is not only rightly being treated as a hate crime by police.

THE PROVINCE - 2018-11-13 22:29:01

Man calls for better cleanup after fire

A Yellowknife man is calling for the owner of a Franklin Avenue property destroyed by a summer fire to do a better cleanup on the remains of the building. An overnight fire on June 11 burnt down an abandoned heritage house owned by Yellowknife property developer Ray Decorby, president of Polar Devel

NNSL.COM - 2018-11-13 19:44:55