Trudeau channels drama teacher days in distracted driving PSA
It’s to be expected that Prime Minister Justin Trudeau has a direct line to many big names, but Santa Claus?
Evidently so, according to a light-hearted video posted by Transport Minister Marc Garneau.
In the clip, Trudeau texts Santa to ask “on your way?” and channels his drama teacher days, acting concerned when Santa doesn’t text him back.
After Numerous Threats, Police Stand Guard Near New Animatronic Trump At The “Happiest Place On Earth”
Both Disney security and Orange County Police are guarding The Walt Disney Hall of Presidents as the exhibit unveiled its new President Trump figure on Monday.
The extra security was due to threats made by some who dislike Trump.
Hamilton bakery crafts rainbow confection after couple requests ‘gayest cake ever’
It used to be, if you were so inclined to Google “gay cake” the first articles to appear were about the controversy over a baker in Colorado who refused to make a wedding cake for a gay couple about to marry — a case that has gone to the United States Supreme Court.
But that was in the days before Hamilton’s Chris Farias put in a special order at Cake & Loaf bakery on Dundurn Street South — before it all blossomed on social media around the world, and was covered by online publications such as Buzzfeed in the U.S., which headlined a story: “In Canada, when you ask for a gay cake, you get a gay cake.”
‘An Insult That Won’T Be Forgotten’- U.S. Amb. Haley Tells UN Crooks To Get Stuffed
“What we witnessed here today in the Security Council is an insult. It won’t be forgotten. It’s one more example of the UN doing more harm than good in addressing the Israeli-Palestinian conflict.” -Amb. Haley after vetoing a UNSC resolution on Jerusalem.
Over 1,600 asylum seekers intercepted at the border in November
The final tally for November — 1,623 — was released on Tuesday afternoon, and represents a slight drop from October. But it is still nearly double the totals that immigration officials were seeing in the spring. In June, for instance, 884 people crossed illegally and were detained. In May, the number was 742.