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5 things to know for Thursday, February 13, 2020

5 things to know for Thursday, February 13, 2020

13.2.2020

5 things to know for Thursday, February 13, 2020

Two hereditary chiefs from a British Columbia First Nation at the heart of a wave of national protests have launched a constitutional challenge of fossil fuel projects. Here's what else you need to know to start your day.

against the federal government, seeking damages for First Nations children who it says have been discriminated against by the government's child welfare system. One more thing… Single-use plastics: Calgary police recently expanded a policy requiring all drivers to submit to a roadside breathalyzer when pulled over, but some drivers are concerned about once the test is done. SHARE Read more: CTV News

uspoli cdnpoli pnpcbc UKpolitics auspol polcan eupol nzpol CTVppv The US ditches the Kurds in hopes of using the Turkeys! And a new brand of soldier appears in Syria with an ISIS patch on one shoulder and the Saudi Wahhabi Flag patch on his other shoulder! 1 Trudeau must go,2 Trudeau must go, 3 Trudeau must go, 4 Trudeau must go, 5 Trudeau must go and leave Canada alone!

6. A Communist is the undisputed front-runner for the Democratic nomination for President of the United States. From the Soviet Union to Cuba, Nicaragua to Venezuela, BernieSanders never met a communist dictator he did not fall in love with.

5 things to know for Tuesday, February 11, 2020Protests held in solidarity with a blockade of the Coastal GasLink pipeline in northern B.C. continue to grow as experts sound the alarm on 'unlawful and unjust' arrests. Here's what else you need to know to start your day.

Daily horoscope for Wednesday, February 12, 2020We have the ‘all clear’ today to shop and do business. The Moon is in Libra

Your daily horoscope: February 13Your daily horoscope

Blue Jays 2020 spring training: Players and stories to watch - Sportsnet.caA better present, not just chatter of a brighter future, seems to have arrived. ShiDavidi looks at players and stories to watch at Blue Jays spring training 2020.

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Trudeau misses deadline for filing financial disclosure to ethics commissionerDeadline for all MPs to disclose private interests was Jan. 13 Omg i can't believe him JustinTrudeau liberal_party Jail time.



Quebec rail blockade abandoned by protesters after riot police arrive to enforce injunction

No carbon tax for MacKay government, Paris climate targets 'aspirational'

Conrad Black: Canada’s government has abandoned its responsibility to lead

Player of Interest: Who is Hurricanes emergency goalie David Ayres? - Sportsnet.ca

Zamboni driver pulled onto ice as emergency goalie helps Hurricanes beat Leafs 6-3

Emergency police K-9 health care now offered by Winnipeg paramedics | CBC News

David Ayres lives the dream in one-of-a-kind win over Maple Leafs - Sportsnet.ca

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