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Variety store life getting revived by Doug Ford
Can’t stop the suds-seeking selfies
The same old phone, who dis?
Ontario’s education minister took aim at proposed iPhone XS purchases that the TDSB clarified were cancelled to save money. Meanwhile, the school board has a new dress code for students that’ll basically let them wear whatever they want in the classroom.
“I am sure you understand the influence of alcohol.” Tristan Warkentin, the Ottawa salesman who lobbed a live CP24 vulgarity at Steph Curry’s wife, Ayesha, after the Raptors lost to the Warriors, was found by Joe Warmington—who fielded an apology.
Klaw rights claimed by Kawhi
Christchurch manifesto quote puts heat on Conservative MP. Michael Cooper cited the mosque shooter while trying to make a point at hearings about online hate. As a result, Cooper was yanked off the committee, which has brought on more scrutiny of its agenda.
Dreaming of a post-party politics
Finally, waiting for this moment to arise
Paul McCartney was on stage in Lexington, Kentucky—50 years to the day that John Lennon recorded “Give Peace a Chance” in Montreal—when he praised the version of “Blackbird” sung in Mi’kmaq, by Eskasoni, Nova Scotia high schooler Emma Stevens: