Toronto’s Trump tower could get new name: sourcesA third source said the Trump Organization already has agreed to a settlement that will see it walk away from its branding and management deal for the 65-story hotel and condo tower in the financial district of Canada’s largest city. Your browser does not support this video Video provided by Canadian Press
More calls to release Raif Badawi as supporters mark 5 years todayIt was five years ago, on June 17, 2012, Raif Badawi was imprisoned in Saudi Arabia for having asked on his blog for more tolerance toward non-Muslims and a greater openness of mind on the part of Saudi Arabia.
Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau on Thursday said President Trump’s Twitter habits present a "new wrinkle in international diplomacy." He made the remark during an open forum conducted by the New York Times and the Rotman School of Management at the University of Toronto with New York Times Toronto Bureau Chief Catherine Porter and White House correspondent Peter Baker.
"I think modern means of communications have led to adjustments in how we function in a large way. There’s no question that the way the president chooses to speak directly to people through social media is a new wrinkle in international diplomacy," Trudeau said.
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Dwight Duncan criticized for online ‘partisan’ attacks against conservatives and Donald Trump“The Chair of the Windsor-Detroit Bridge Authority is a non-partisan position, but Dwight Duncan has been using his platform to spread a partisan agenda,” said Ontario PC Transportation Critic Michael Harris. “Dwight Duncan should be spending all his time and efforts trying to get this bridge delivered on-time and on-budget, not grandstanding with partisan attacks.
While the Canadian prime […]
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