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Your Ward News won’t publish again, but the infamous newspaper isn’t done making news. A judge gave the paper’s erstwhile editor, James Sears, a chance to argue why his hate speech trial should be reopened.
Twitter cancelled Lindsay Shepherd
A heated exchange with a transgender woman resulted in a permanent Twitter ban for the teaching assistant turned activist. Shepherd’s video about the incident has a plug for Thinkspot, a social media outlet overseen by Jordan Peterson, which is launching soon.
“That is not how we do things in Canada.” Justin Trudeau’s comments on recent tweets from Donald Trump stopped short of calling the president racist. (The PM’s reaction fell in line with what Liberal opponents see as selective election campaign outrage.)
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Finally, the double double draft latte
Tim Hortons announced a July 25 opening for its first “innovation café,” promising seven different coffee-serving methods. The shop will be located under Tims’ new corporate headquarters in the Exchange Tower, and will feature $1.99 doughnuts that weren’t frozen: