Canadian Mom Has Best Response To Kids Crashing TV Interview With A Worm

Kids will be kids, and that includes when you’re trying to do a live TV interview on pandemic parenting challenges. A Toronto mom of three is getting all the kudos for her rockstar reaction to the wholesome chaos that happened in her home during a CTV segment on Wednesday.  Pegged to a story on local school board staff testing positive for COVID-19, the segment had anchor Todd Vanderheyden quizzing Genevieve Gee on the stresses of child-rearing while working. “Yeah. There’s a lot, even one of my kids just walked in and is yelling for me,” she lamented, before turning around to discover that, seemingly on cue, one of her kids… Read More

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Trudeau Says He Doesn’t Want Election, But Denies Campaign Would Be ‘Reckless’

Prime Minister Justin Trudeau reiterated Wednesday that the Liberals do not want a federal election, but pushed back at the notion that holding another campaign now would be “reckless” in light of the COVID-19 pandemic. Addressing reporters in Ottawa at the end of a two-and-a-half-day cabinet retreat, Trudeau was asked if he thought it would be irresponsible under the circumstances for opposition parties to reject his government’s speech from the throne and trigger another election.  “I think it’s irresponsible to say that an election would be irresponsible. Our country and our institutions are stronger than that. And if there has to be an election, we’ll figure it out,” he said. Still… Read More

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Gang Leader Jamie Bacon Sentenced In B.C.’s Surrey Six Killings

VANCOUVER — A judge described the killing of six people in a Surrey, B.C., highrise 13 years ago as “shocking and depraved” as she sentenced a gang leader to 18 years in prison on Friday for his role in the crime. With credit for time served while he was waiting to go on trial, Jamie Bacon will spend another five years and seven months in prison. Families of the victims shed tears as Justice Kathleen Ker of the B.C. Supreme Court delivered the sentence. Ker said gangs are “morally bankrupt” with no regard for human life. “It is a selfish and immoral lifestyle,” she said.  Pleaded guilty In a deal with… Read More

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