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99.999996% isn’t proof enough for a prophet
Kofi Danso vs. his own tested DNA
Self-proclaimed prophet Kofi Danso filed a lawsuit last summer against a parishioner at his Toronto church who claimed that the pastor told her that she’d die if she didn’t abort a baby. Danso is now disputing a DNA test that all but verifies him as the father.
The pub blessed by the PM
Shaking some hands at the Fountainhead Pub in Vancouver, for 15 minutes in the afternoon, is evidently all it takes for Justin Trudeau to score international clickbait. Meanwhile, an excerpt from a new book by John Ivison recaps the PM’s blunder in India.
“He’s finished whatever work he was doing with us.” Elizabeth May provided an update on how the Greens were being helped by strategist Warren Kinsella—who claims that it was a brief gig to set up “their quick response.”
The scent of cash-for-access
Opposition parties are calling on Doug Ford to dismantle Ontario News Now, his in-house media outlet, because of correlations between donations to the Ontario PCs and businesses that the premier has highlighted. ONN’s latest webisodes steer clear of the prospect:
“Drake’s troubling reunion with Chris Brown.” Hannah Giorgis at The Atlantic writes about a “pattern of misogyny” in Drake’s output—most recently in a collaboration with Brown, with whom he once brawled over Rihanna.
Finally, credits at some cost
Toronto Nobel Academy is central to a resurgence of reporting on high school credit mills. CityNews uncovered how an alleged one that shut down after losing accreditation has seemingly returned with a modified name: