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Pierre Poilievre’s next opponent
Sources at a closed-door cabinet retreat in Vancouver dispatched the scoop that Justin Trudeau intends to stick around for long enough to get re-elected one more time.
Municipal election headline quest
No greying hair from this guy
The first night on the job for Omar Sachedina included the CTV News anchor reading a statement that acknowledged his predecessor opting to not say goodbye on the air there.
Worse than a broken escalator
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Finally, a miracle with Al Waxman
Will Sloan asked Twitter to help identify the cartoon playing on TV in a photo taken 30 years ago in Southwestern Ontario. The second stab at this search culminated in a piece for The New Yorker after a Canadian answer was found: The Soulmates: The Gift of Light was a 1991 production featuring the voices of Al Waxman and Sheila McCarthy: