Category Archives: News

Charlottesville riots: what we know so far International, News, Politics

By: Alanna Fairey The aftermath of a white nationalist rally in Charlottesville, Virginia, turned deadly on Aug.12 after a 20-year-old man allegedly drove his car into a crowd of counter-protesters, killing a woman and wounding several others. Protests first broke out in May, with white nationalists objecting to the removal of a statue of Confederate general Robert E.

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CBC’s The National reveals new hosts News

By: Hiba Traboulsi CBC News program The National has revealed the four journalists who will replace former host Peter Mansbridge: senior correspondent Adrienne Arsenault, political reporter Rosemary Barton, news host Andrew Chang, and news anchor Ian Hanomansing. Peter Mansbridge stepped down from his anchoring duties in July after nearly 30 years with The National. The

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Anthony Scaramucci loses job as WH communications director: a look at his 10 day career International, News, Politics

By: Alanna Fairey Anthony Scaramucci, the White House communications director who made headlines for his “colourful language”, is no longer working for the Trump administration. He worked for just 10 days. “Anthony Scaramucci will be leaving his role as White House Communications Director,” White House press secretary Sarah Huckabee Sanders said in a statement Monday afternoon.

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Summerlunch+ helps feed hungry children during their summer break Food, News

By: Lotoya Davids As the summer comes to an end, Summerlunch+ continues to feed students during the school break. “If you’re hungry you’re not getting the most out of your summer,” Susan Wright, founder of Summerlaunch+, said. “We also teach them about food. We’re also trying to teach them a little bit every day. A

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Portuguese man-of-war have washed up on Nova Scotian shores Life, Lifestyle, News

The Portuguese man-of-war has recently been sited on the Crystal Crescent beaches in the Halifax area. Nova Scotia beach-goers are being warned of the creature, and should be aware of sightings on Canada’s Atlantic coast. The Portuguese man-of-war — commonly referred to as the ‘floating terror’ — is often considered to be a jellyfish, yet it’s

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