Tip o’ the hat to Nora for the Scottish breakfast picture.
Will not halt illegal border crossing despite opposition – Canada PM
Canada will continue to accept asylum seekers crossing illegally from the United States but will ensure security measures are taken to keep Canadians safe, Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau said on Tuesday.
The number of would-be refugees crossing into Canada at isolated and unguarded border crossings has increased in recent weeks amid fears that U.S. President Donald Trump will crack down on illegal immigrants, and photos of smiling Canadian police greeting the migrants have gone viral.
Curry: Computer Predictions Of Climate Alarm Are Flawed
“It’s not just the fact that climate simulations are tuned that is problematic. It may well be that it is impossible to make long-term predictions about the climate – it’s a chaotic system after all. If that’s the case, then we are probably trying to redesign the global economy for nothing”.
Chicago Will Require Kindergarteners to Take Sex Ed
“It is important that we provide students of all ages with accurate and appropriate information so they can make healthy choices in regards to their social interactions, behaviors, and relationships,” said Chicago Public Schools CEO Barbara Byrd-Bennett in a statement.
Fake News Site Lets Liberals Live In Alternate Reality Where Hillary Is President
“Approval ratings for President Clinton hit 89 percent,” “Confused by fake news, Redditers think Trump is president” and “DOJ considers charging Trump with treason” are just a few headlines featured on HillaryBeatTrump.org, a satirical news site devoted to covering stories from an alternate universe where Hillary won last November’s election.
Chinese police to track cars in Islamist terror crackdown
The government wants an end to sporadic attacks in the province, which it blames on Islamist militants.
A police statement said cars are the main means of transport for terrorists.
Drivers in the Bayingol area who refuse to install the system will not be allowed to buy fuel.
Xinjiang has seen a series of bombings and knife attacks over recent years, which the government blames on separatist elements of the region’s large Muslim Uighur population.
Liberal government ‘testing the limits’ of Canadians’ attitudes to refugees: poll
A majority of Canadians generally approve of the Liberal government’s approach to refugees, but Ottawa may be “testing the limits” of how many migrants they are willing to accept, a new poll shows.
While 47 per cent of respondents believe Canada is taking in “about the right number” of refugees, 41 per cent said the number is “already too high,” according to the survey by the non-profit Angus Reid Institute. Eleven per cent said they’d like to see Canada open its doors to even more refugees.
New South Wales makes ‘major shift’ to school curriculum
The new focus eschews “social context” teaching – which had drawn criticism – for more in-depth, critical thinking.
Lindsay Lohan: I have found peace and solace in life
In an exclusive interview with Good Morning Britain, The Parent Trap and Mean Girls star said she is currently finding her spiritual self with Islam.
She told the programme: “Studying the Koran is something I found solace in, a religion where I found a lot of peace.”
Lindsay Lohan claims she was ‘racially profiled’ over a headscarf at London airport
No Boys Allowed: The New Rule of Co-Working Spaces
It’s 11 a.m. on a recent Friday, and 29-year-old Audrey Gelman—public-relations powerhouse, former Hillary Clinton press aide, longtime friend of Lena Dunham’s—is sitting on a pink couch at the Wing, the co-working space and social club she co-founded this October in New York. A man walks through the elevator doors, and Gelman throws him a friendly wave. “That’s our AV guy,” she says. “He’s basically the only man that comes through here.”
That’s because the Wing—so-named because, like the wing of a house, it’s a separate space—is just for women.
Expect more illegal border crossings in spring
More asylum seekers will illegally cross the Canada-U.S. border as U.S. President Donald Trump continues to pursue anti-immigration policies and harsh winter weather turns to spring, says one legal expert. A trend she worries will have deadly consequences without fresh policy action from Ottawa.