Andrew Scheer Says He Supports Reducing Global Emissions Rather Than Domestic

OTTAWA — Conservative Leader Andrew Scheer has dropped some breadcrumbs for what his eventual climate plan will look like, saying he believes Canada can reduce global emissions rather than domestic — and without a carbon tax. Scheer took shots at the Liberal government’s plan to impose a carbon price on recalcitrant provinces during an interview with CBC Radio’s Michael Enright on Sunday, framing the environmental policy proposal as a tax issue. “Don’t tell Canadians that you’ve got an environmental plan and that’s it’s really just in fact a new taxation tool,” Scheer said. The Conservative leader also dismissed the work of Yale professor William Nordhaus, whose research shows a carbon… Read More

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How do I win the lottery? 11 tips to win Mega Millions and Powerball

How many numbers do you need to win something in Mega Millions or Powerball? How many tickets do you have to buy to win the lottery? The Mega Millions and Powerball jackpot is a combined $2.2 billion, with a drawing set for Tuesday, October 23 (10/23/18). The Mega Millions at $1.6 billion is an all-time high. Jackpot fever is sweeping the nation as people look to get the winning lottery numbers. …read more Source:: New Jersey Real -Time Entertainment       

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10 Indie Brand To Watch, Plus The Must-Have Piece From Each

Fall is always associated with a fresh start. Even though it’s a couple of months away from the new year, the change of seasons always inspires a bit of an overhaul as far as your wardrobe is concerned. And so, that shouldn’t mean just shopping at your usual haunts. But if you really want some unexpected fall and winter pieces, you should think outside the (brand) box and look to indie labels. Since fall is the perfect time to stock up on newness for the chilly days ahead, it’s also the ideal opportunity to broaden your horizons label-wise and give Zara a much-needed break. And Tictail is the perfect place… Read More

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Every Amazon Product To Add To Your Cart This Week

It’s no secret that Amazon owns our shopping habits. So much so, it’s become our go-to for everything from a 10 pack of Pocky sticks to designer dresses, sending us down a rabbit hole that results in a cart full of items we hadn’t planned on purchasing. If you can think of it, Amazon probably has it. But coming across more unique and worthy finds, like a novelty plant holder or a new pair of heels, isn’t as easy a task. Unless you’re a pro at scrolling through hundreds of thousands of products, it’s easy to quit three pages in. So, we’re doing the grunt work and digging through the… Read More

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‘Straight Flag’ In New Brunswick Village Draws Public Outcry

CHIPMAN, N.B. — A New Brunswick village has taken down a “straight flag” after a single day, following a public backlash locally and beyond. Chipman’s village council issued a statement Monday afternoon saying the flag was raised as a sign of support for all groups in the community, but it was removed as a result of “unintentional attention,” and based on residents’ feedback. “The straight flag is being seen as a flag of privilege and anti-minorities which our community and our council does not support,” Mayor Carson Atkinson wrote. “This flag distraction is a lesson for us and for other rural communities such as our own.” The statement said “no… Read More

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Trudeau Suggests He’s Willing To Freeze Saudi Arms Export Permits

Prime Minister Justin Trudeau has opened the door to freezing arms export permits to Saudi Arabia but has not said if Canada will cancel a $15-billion contract to provide the country with light armoured vehicles (LAVs). “We have frozen export permits before when we had concerns about their potential misuse and we will not hesitate to do so again,” Trudeau told House of Commons Monday, reading from a prepared statement. The prime minister was responding to pressure from NDP foreign affairs critic Helene Laverdiere, who rose in question period to say that Saudi explanations for the death of Washington Post journalist Jamal Khashoggi defy credulity. Khashoggi, a vocal critic of… Read More

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