Judge Temporarily Blocks Tell-All Book By President Trump’s Niece

Watch Video A New York state Supreme Court judge temporarily blocked the publication of a tell-all book written by President Donald Trump’s niece. The book, called “Too Much and Never Enough: How My Family Created the World’s Most Dangerous Man”, was scheduled to be published on July 28. Now, Mary Trump and her publisher have to explain to a judge why it should go forward as planned. A hearing is scheduled for July 10. The president’s younger brother, Robert Trump, originally filed a lawsuit to stop the book from being published in New York City, but a Queens County court dismissed the suit because it was out of its jurisdiction.… Read More

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Celebrating Canada Day Doesn’t Erase Its Ugly History, So, What Can We Do?

July 1 is a national holiday in a country that doesn’t always agree on all that much. Most people get the day off work. In non-pandemic years, there are Canada Day parties and BBQs and specialty beers and discounts at furniture stores. It’s a day to think about the freedoms we have in this country. It’s also a day that celebrates genocide. Reconciling those ideas is something Canadians struggle to do at all times of the year, and have for generations. But this year, three years after the Canada 150 conversation, it feels like it’s taking an even more urgent hold. Anti-Black and anti-Indigenous violence, which happen constantly, are impossible… Read More

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WE Charity Walks Back Claim PM’s Office Reached Out Over $900M Program

OTTAWA —One of the co-founders of WE Charity says he “misspoke” when he told youth leaders that Prime Minister Justin Trudeau’s staff reached out in April to see if the organization would administer what became a $900-million federal student-aid program. The Canadian Press has obtained video of Marc Kielburger telling youth leaders during a conference call earlier this month that Trudeau’s office contacted the charity one day after the prime minister announced plans for the Canada Student Service Grant on April 22. Trudeau has been on the defensive since the government revealed last week that WE had been chosen to administer the grant program, which will provide students with up… Read More

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Pandemic Isolation More Than Doubles Maternal Mental Health Concerns

When Amanda Munday returned home after the breech birth of her daughter, she was in shock, both physically and emotionally. It’s no wonder, really: Four hours after giving birth, she was discharged. The 36-year-old mother of two vividly recalls her first few weeks of motherhood: “I couldn’t sleep. I started to feel really high anxiety that the baby would die. Then I started to tell myself, ‘If the baby dies, I’ll kill myself,’” she told HuffPost Canada. Though she wasn’t aware of it at the time, Munday was in the throes of The Pandemic Can Make Postpartum Depression Harder. But Help Exists. Post-Adoption Depression Is A Problem We Don’t Talk… Read More

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