Democrat-Backed Darren Bailey Wins Illinois Republican Gubernatorial Primary

Illinois Democrats got the opponent they wanted for incumbent Gov. JB Pritzker on Tuesday, when state Sen. Darren Bailey won the Republican gubernatorial primary. The race was called by Bailey with about 33% of the votes counted. She got 53.5% of the vote with venture capitalist Jesse Sullivan getting 16.9% and former Aurora Mayor Richard […]

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Trump Tried to Join Jan. 6 Armed Mob Despite Threat of Violence, Former Aide Testifies

Cassidy Hutchinson, a former top adviser to Trump White House Chief of Staff Mark Meadows, arrives to testify during the sixth hearing of the House select committee investigating the January 6 attack on the US Capitol. at the Cannon House office building in Washington on June 28. .Anna Moneymaker/Getty Images US President Donald Trump was […]

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Marjorie Taylor Greene asks for Secret Service testimony, “own J6” hearing

Rep. Marjorie Taylor Greene, R-Georgia, said Tuesday that she could soon hold her “own” committee hearings on Jan. 6. Greene appears during a news conference in front of the Capitol in Washington, DC, on June 15, 2022. Kevin Dietsch/Getty Republican Rep. Marjorie Taylor Greene of Georgia said she could hold her “own” hearings on Jan. […]

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The Tsilhqot’in emergency center remains possible thanks to the renewal of the emergency management agreement with BC, Canada

Breadcrumb Trail Links News Local news Much of the work laid out in the agreement with BC, Ottawa after the 2017 fire season remains incomplete Tsilhqot’in Nation President Joe Alphonse near Williams Lake during the terrible fire season in 2017. Photo by Jason Payne /PNG article content Five years after devastating wildfires swept through central […]

Sask. Government ‘stock price concerns’ with SSGA, but points to competition office | Globalnews.ca

The Saskatchewan government stands in solidarity with ranchers in the province calling for a formal beef price investigation, but says the federal government is better equipped to complete that job. Earlier this week, the Saskatchewan Livestock Producers Association (SSGA) called on the provincial and federal governments to “conduct a price investigation to address the significant […]

Urban or rural? Can Lions Bay have both?

Breadcrumb Trail Links News Local news A Metro Vancouver ban on wood-burning stoves in urban areas has prompted Lions Bay to try to change its regional land use designation to rural. Lions Bay BC on Wednesday July 6, 2022. The town wants Metro Vancouver to change its regional land use designation from general urban to […]

Urban or rural? Can Lions Bay have both?

Breadcrumb Trail Links News Local news A Metro Vancouver ban on wood-burning stoves in urban areas has prompted Lions Bay to attempt to change its regional land use designation to rural. Lions Bay BC on Wednesday July 6, 2022. The town wants Metro Vancouver to change its regional land use designation from general urban to […]

Telus Sky officially opens its doors to Calgary

Breadcrumb Trail Links News Local news Local business Business The building brings to the sector 750,000 square feet of Class AA office and retail space, as well as 326 residential units From left to right: Navin Arora, Executive Vice President, TELUS Business Solutions, Ian Gillespie, Westbank Founder & CEO, Calgary Mayor Jyoti Gondek, Alberta Premier […]

Sarah McLachlan opening the Bluesfest

Breadcrumb Trail Links local arts Entertainment This year marks the return to business of Ottawa’s largest summer music festival, which kicks off Thursday and ends July 17 at its usual location in LeBreton Flats Park on the grounds of the Canadian War Museum. Sarah McLachlan confessed to feeling overwhelmed at the thought of writing songs […]

CUPE survey results suggest that hospital staff in Ottawa commonly experience physical violence at work

Breadcrumb Trail Links Local news Of local respondents, 53 percent said they have witnessed an increase in violence during the COVID-19 pandemic. Stock Photo: patient in hospital Photo by Ridofranz /Getty Images/iStockphoto article content New findings released by the Ontario Council of Hospital Unions (OCHU) suggest that the province’s hospital staff commonly experience violence in […]