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Southasian PULSE Radio Headlines – June 5 

Renata Ford, widow of former mayor Rob Ford, has files law suit against Doug Ford

Doug Ford says Renata’s accusations are ‘false’

When media questioned him, he told them to ask Renata why 2 days before elections she has brought those allegations

Ford said he always took care of his brother’s family and his party is ready to govern

He said the party members are working 18 hours a day

When media asked her motive, he said he was not aware of it but reiterated he always helped Renata

After allegations came up, other leaders also questioned Doug Ford

Commenting on this issue Ontario Premier Kathleen Wynne said it is a family matter

Wynne questioned if Doug cannot manage properly family business, how will he take care of Ontario

Andrea Horwath said lawsuit against Doug Ford raises questions

These are only allegations against Ford but nothing has been proven in court as yet

Will allegations against Doug Ford affect Ontario polls?

New Mainstreet Research survey shows PC making a majority govt in a poll held between June 3-4

Mainstreet: PC will get 39% support, NDP 34.3%, Liberal still on number 3 with 20.2% support and Green has 5%

Quito Maggi, President and CEO of Mainstreet Research says law suit against Doug will not have much affect

The survey has 1.7 plus and minus accuracy; 3,320 people participated in survey

Elections Ontario says advanced polling turnout has been high

It announced around 768,895 voters or 18.8% of eligible voters cast their ballot

This is about 20% more than the 647,261 who voted early in last election in 2014

2 killed in Brampton accident, a taxi driver hit a motorcyclist on Monday evening, peel police informs

Motorcyclist, 30 and taxi driver, 52 died on spot; accident took place on Queen-Bramalea intersections

Police closed intersection for some time as more investigation is underway

Missing persons report has been delayed and federal govt has granted 6 more months

Federal govt is investigating cases of MMIWG – Missing and Murdered Indigenous Women and Girls

Trudeau held meeting with members of steel industry and vowed to safeguard their interests

US recently placed 25% tariffs on steel, 10% on aluminum so govt is trying to save this industry

Earlier Trudeau also held a cabinet meeting in morning

Trudeau also met with Indigenous people including first nations chiefs in BC regarding Trans-Mountain pipeline

Federal govt earlier announced to buy it for $4.5b from Kinder Morgan to continue pipeline expansion

The announcement was made by Finance Minister Bill Morneau

Hollywood director/ producer Harvey Weinstein to plead not guilty though allegation cases being tried

Elections in Pakistan are next month, workers of all political parties bidding for tickets, strategies being made

Caretaker cabinet in Pak announced, 6-member committee took oath in Islamabad

Caretaker government will helm affairs only till July 25 in Pakistan

Sheikh Rashid urges Election Commission to delay elections as temperature rises to 50 degrees in July

PTI seems annoyed with him saying he did not consult them

 

Morning Top 18

Renata Ford, widow of former mayor Rob Ford, has files law suit against Doug Ford; Ford denies accusations

Commenting on this issue Kathleen Wynne if Doug cannot manage properly family business, how will he take care of Ontario

Andrea Horwath said lawsuit against Doug Ford raises questions

New Mainstreet Research survey shows PC making a majority govt with 39% support, NDP 34.3%, Liberal 20.2%, Green 5%

Elections Ontario says advanced polling turnout has been high

About 768,895 voters or 18.8% of eligible voters cast their ballot, this is 20% more than last election in 2014

New allegations have surfaced against Brampton North PC candidate Ripudaman Singh Dhillon

A CBC inquiry shows 4 law suits in court against Dhillon’s immigration company, ICC

The report also mentions names of those who filed complaints that are worth thousands of dollars

Y Media called them for a reply but no official statement was received but company denied allegations, calls it a conspiracy

Missing persons report has been delayed and federal govt has granted 6 more months

Federal govt is investigating cases of MMIWG – Missing and Murdered Indigenous Women and Girls

Trudeau held meeting with members of steel industry and vowed to safeguard their interests

US recently placed 25% tariffs on steel, 10% on aluminum so govt is trying to save this industry

Trudeau meets with Indigenous people including first nations chiefs in BC regarding Trans-Mountain pipeline

Hollywood director/ producer Harvey Weinstein to plead not guilty though allegation cases being tried

Caretaker cabinet in Pak announced, 6-member committee took oath in Islamabad

Sheikh Rashid urges Election Commission to delay elections as temperature rises to 50 degrees in July, PTI annoyed

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