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James Comey Tapes: Trump Says He Didn't Make Recording Of Meeting

WASHINGTON — President Donald Trump said Thursday on Twitter that he “did not make” and doesn’t have any recordings of his private conversations with ousted former FBI Director James Comey. “With all of the recently reported electronic surveillance, intercepts, unmasking and illegal leaking of information,” Trump said he has “no idea” whether there are “tapes” or recordings of the two ...

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B.C. Throne Speech: Clark's Liberals Promise Electoral Reform Referendum, Sales Tax Cut

VICTORIA — A throne speech outlining what could be the final goals of Premier Christy Clark’s government includes a promise to hold a referendum on electoral reform. The speech, read Thursday by Lt.-Gov. Judith Guichon, includes a number of planks from the NDP and Green party platforms in last month’s provincial election as Clark’s Liberals face a confidence vote in ...

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Tell Kathleen Wynne That Fracking Isn't Welcome In Ontario

Ontario’s Liberal government has opened the door to fracking in our beautiful province. We need to close it. Last month’s budget bill contains language that raises concerns that the Liberal’s are playing footsie with the fracking industry. This should raise alarm bells. Andrew Cullen / Reuters A worker monitors water tanks at a fracking site. Water wells used for drinking ...

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Legal Aid Cuts Leave Immigrants And Refugees High And Dry

It has been a bittersweet month for our clinic. On June 16, 2017, our clinic, the Chinese and Southeast Asian Legal Clinic (CSALC), launched a new name, new logo, and a new Ontario-wide hotline that will help expand our services beyond the Greater Toronto Area to clients in every corner of the province. Founded 30 years ago, CSALC is a ...

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University Of Toronto Black Student Graduation Ceremony Celebrates More Than Finishing School

TORONTO — Organizers of a graduation ceremony for black students at Canada’s largest university say the event is meant to acknowledge the barriers that remain for people of colour pursuing academia. The ceremony is being held Thursday at the University of Toronto after two students took it upon themselves to organize the event for black students completing degrees at both ...

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Donald Trump Breaks Golden Rule By Driving Golf Cart On Green

That isn’t par for the course, sir. Sure, the place in which he ran over etiquette like roadkill bears his name ― the Trump National Golf Club in Bedminster, New Jersey. But we still think that no man is bigger than the game. So what do we have to do to keep him off the green ― build a wall?  Let’s ...

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How To Travel Around The World As A Vegetarian

Assamese cuisine in northeast India – delicious! For 30 years now, I have been a vegetarian, which, without getting into rigid labels, I simply define as someone who does not eat meat. I’m often asked how I manage when travelling around the world. For the most part, I usually do not have any problems, or I find a way to ...

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Paul George Sweepstakes — Cavs? Clips? Celtics? Lakers?

Indiana Pacers All-Star Small Forward, Paul George has one year remaining on his current contract and recently stated that he has no intention of signing again with the Pacers. He went further and specified that the Lakers were the team he wanted to play for. Making his intentions public has set into motion a series of events which will probably ...

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