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Kamala Harris is bringing an angle on Canada
The bagel biases of a would-be VP
Her mother was born in India, her father was born in Jamaica, but the presumptive Democratic vice-presidential nominee is also being contextualized as Canadian. Stories about the five years Kamala Harris attended Westmount High in Montreal have been revived. Her Canadian connection previously peaked when she was seeking the top job.
Feeding all of the daily beasts
After recently offering cryptic evidence of her comeback, Jessica Mulroney properly returned to Instagram, with a video of husband Ben taking the cake into a backyard birthday bash for their twin sons. But the excitement didn’t end there—she also replied to some comments, which included refuting claims of a famous unfriending.
“It was there that Meghan got a first-hand glimpse of how Harry might be as a father.” The new book Finding Freedom includes the Mulroneys in details of how the Sussexes partly courted in Toronto. The royal subjects are generally suspected to be the sources, just as they buy a house in Santa Barbara.
Cottaging is off the itinerary
Justin Trudeau issued a statement supporting Bill Morneau in response to Globe and Mail reporting that the finance minister was on the outs. But the PM is conspicuously skipping a summer sitting of the House of Commons as the We Charity hearings continue. As a result, the Trudeau family holiday finds even more eyes on it:
“Politischer Gegenwind für Düsseldorf-Konzert mit Bryan Adams.” German Rolling Stone reports on how Düsseldorf mayor Thomas Geisel is facing those headwinds for approving a September 4 soccer stadium concert with masks and spaced-out seating. The Canadian headliner can now claim his second controversy of the coronavirus era.
Finally, beleaguered in Belgrade
Mikhalia Peterson responded to an accusation that she gave her dad COVID-19 by partying in Serbia and affirmed that he’s still alive after contracting it, having survived a coma and pneumonia. Nonetheless, her beef diet advocacy eclipsed the once-robust digital presence of Jordan Peterson. A recent Instagram post strived to clarify his state: