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  • Judging Justin Trudeau

  • A reader questions what the Canadian prime minister actually did wrong by appearing in brownface to represent Aladdin.
  • Jordan Peterson enters rehab after wife’s cancer diagnosis

  • Jordan Peterson, the Canadian psychologist and anti-political-correctness crusader, has checked himself into rehab in New York, his daughter has revealed. The “12 Rules for Life” author has sought help trying to get off the anti-anxiety drug clonazepam, his daughter Mikhaila Peterson said in a video posted to her YouTube account Thursday. “I’ve never seen my...
  • Calgary Stampeders vs. Toronto Argos: CFL prediction, analysis

  • Calgary’s performance wasn’t pretty Saturday, but it was effective as the Stampeders overcame a slow start in a 19-18 comeback win against Hamilton. Calgary trailed 14-3 at halftime, but outscored Hamilton 16-4 the rest of the way. QB Bo Levi Mitchell was off target in the first half, but found his usual form while the...
  • Mets vs. Reds: This won’t be Jacob deGrom’s night

  • Justin Trudeau, Canadian Prime Minister and multi-talented teacher, snowboarder and makeup artist, will soon be releasing his cover of the Beatles classic, “I Should Have Known Better.” Amazin’, no? That the Mets are still in the hunt? Their playoff chances hanging by a thread, the Mets play in Cincinnati this weekend. They’ve won seven of...
  • Pesticides could explain mystery ‘attack’ on US diplomats in Cuba: study

  • Some 40 Canadian and US diplomats and their families stationed in Cuba may have not been victims of “sonic attacks” after all — but instead may have fallen ill from ingredients used in pesticides to ward off mosquitoes, a new study revealed. The Canadian study, first obtained by Radio-Canada’s Enquête TV program, revealed that the...
  • Women's tour punctuates year of change in pro hockey

  • A coalition of top women's hockey talent is hosting its first public competition in Toronto on Saturday, months after pledging not to join any professional North American league until an economically viable option emerged.
  • PRESS DIGEST- Canada-Sept 20

  • The following are the top stories from selected Canadian newspapers. Reuters has not verified these stories and does not vouch for their accuracy.
  • Late Night Shocker: A Canadian Scandal!

  • Trevor Noah’s take on the revelation that Prime Minister Justin Trudeau wore blackface: “I’m just sad to see another black man being brought down.”
  • Marijuana magazines having mixed results

  • There has been no pot of gold for consumer publications in the cannabis market. High Times and Canadian-based Civilized are scrambling to pivot into other areas to augment media. But a trade publication named the Cannabis Business Times is booming, with circulation of 15,000. High Times, one of the longest-running publications in the field, recently...
  • A third racist image of Justin Trudeau surfaces

  • Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau apologized again on Thursday for wearing blackface in three separate incidents and said he did not know how many times he had put on racist makeup.

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