Canada holds parliamentary elections | Herald Sun

Justin Trudeau’s political future is in the balance – as Canadians head to the polls today. Around 27 million people are eligible to vote in the Parliamentary elections – which Prime Minister Trudeau called two years early. A CBC News poll released before the election showed Trudeau’s Liberal Party with a less than one percentage

Shock at Russia university campus as gunman kills six

A gunman killed six people on a university campus in Russia on Monday before being detained, investigators said, leaving students and teachers shaken and terrified. The gunman, identified as a student at the university, carried out the shooting with a hunting rifle he purchased this year, according to Russia’s Investigative Committee. Originally published as Shock

Remains matching her description found

Authorities said they found human remains that appear to be Gabby Petito after combing through a camping area in Wyoming’s Grand Teton National Park. Petito, 22, a blogger, went missing while on a cross-country trip with her fiancé, Brian Laundrie, 23. The case has fueled national intrigue and a cross-country effort to solve the complex

Opinion | The Economic Mistake Democrats Are Finally Confronting

The paper is largely an appeal to Republicans to rethink their approach. Instead of focusing on “backward-looking deficit reduction strategies based on budgetary gimmicks or dead-on-arrival cuts to existing entitlements,” the authors urge conservatives to tackle costs directly. Too often, Republican proposals to cut government spending are just shell games that shift costs onto individuals.

Delta credit cards: Up to 90,000 bonus miles

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WA Forestry minster at loggerheads with timber company over $25 million grant request

The WA Forestry Minister says a request for a $25 million grant from the owners of the state’s largest native timber mill shows the industry knew the viability of native logging was coming to an end — a claim the company rejects. Key points: Parkside Timber employs more than 160 workers in plants at Greenbushes, Nannup and Manjimup Minister

Supporters of killer Luke Mitchell hatch bizarre plan to break into Scots jail and stage protest

Supporters of killer Luke Mitchell have hatched a bizarre plan to break into a prison in protest at his conviction for murdering Jodi Jones 17 years ago. Whistleblowers have contacted the Daily Record alarmed at the crazy scheme being plotted by campaigners who believe Mitchell is innocent. It’s not known if Mitchell, who was 16

un éxito segundo simulacro por sismo en CDMX

La jefa de Gobierno de la Ciudad de México, Claudia Sheinbaum, consideró que el segundo Simulacro Nacional 2021 por sismo, realizado este domingo 19 de septiembre, fue un éxito. En conferencia de prensa, la mandataria capitalina presentó los resultados tras la realización del simulacro en la Ciudad de México, en memoria de los sismos registrados

Vaccine nasal sprays aim to ‘shut door’ on virus

Could delivering COVID-19 immunity directly to the nose – the area of the body via which it is most likely to be transmitted – help conquer the pandemic? The World Health Organization says clinical trials are underway to evaluate eight nasal spray vaccines that target COVID-19. The most advanced effort so far by China’s Xiamen

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