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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Drastic reduction of tuition fees for foreign students in the regions penalizes Montreal: Plante

Breadcrumb Trail Links Local business Business Quebec’s decision on tuition fees “is creating a disincentive to come to Montreal,” Chamber of Commerce president Michel Leblanc added. Montreal Mayor Valerie Plante speaks to the media in front of City Hall on August 15, 2022. Photo by Allen McInnis /Montreal Gazette . Mayor Valérie Plante joined university […]

The Ontario government ordered to pay $3.5 million to the company at the center of the 2003 tainted meat investigation

Ontario’s supreme court has ordered the provincial government to pay $3.5 million to a company that was at the center of a tainted meat scandal nearly two decades ago, pointing to the province’s “litany of bureaucratic ineptitude” in taking over. temporarily out of business. In a decision published last week, the Ontario Court of Appeal […]

Habitat for Humanity to build 3D-printed house in Peterborough area – Peterborough | Canadian

Habitat for Humanity is embracing technology for its next build in the Peterborough area with the construction of a 3D-printed house. The Peterborough and Kawartha region branch has partnered with Peterborough-based 3D-construction builder Cormor to establish the area’s first 3D-printed affordable house. Read more: How 3D printers are building a better world The first 3D […]

N.S. housing advocates worry slated development on Eisner Cove won’t be affordable – Halifax | Canadian

An affordable housing development slated for Eisner Cove in Dartmouth, N.S., is raising questions over how the province is addressing the housing crisis. Mount Hope Village is intended to take up 45 hectares of land between Woodside Industrial Park and Highway 111 and bring over 700 units of “attainable housing” for middle-income earners. However, the […]

Ontario Health wants public-private integration as hospitals struggle with staffing | Canadian

The head of Ontario’s health-care bureaucracy wants more integration between the public and private sectors to prevent hospitals from being “cannibalized” as the Ford government considers introducing more privately delivered care to reduce pressure on the public system. In a sit-down interview with Global News, the CEO of Ontario Health said the private sector has […]

Kenya’s opposition leader Railia Odinga says he will challenge election loss | Canadian

Opposition figure Raila Odinga said Tuesday that he would challenge the results of Kenya‘s close presidential election with “all constitutional and legal options” after Deputy President William Ruto was declared the winner, bringing new uncertainty to East Africa’s most stable democracy. Now the country faces weeks of disputes and the possibility that the Supreme Court […]

New Orleans moves to end federal oversight of police

NEW ORLEANS – New Orleans officials on Tuesday asked a federal judge to end judicial oversight of their police department under a pact brokered with the US Justice Department a decade ago, after the deadly police shootings against civilians after Hurricane Katrina cast new scrutiny on the scandal-plagued department. The consent decree was approved by […]

This one-bedroom apartment near Chinatown rented for $2,300, up 21% from last year. What it says about the Toronto rental market

#GTAHomeHunt is a weekly Star series that dives into the details of real estate listings in Toronto and the Greater Toronto Area. Do you have a tip? Send us an email to [email protected] Price: $2,300 Neighborhood: farm park X Factor: At 152 St. Patrick St., this one-bedroom, one-bathroom apartment is just steps from Grange Park, […]