Today’s Headlines – 11 June 2015
Canadian Prime Minister Stephen Harper has met Pope Francis in Vatican and discussed matters related to climate change, security, terrorism, situation in Middle East and treatment of Canadian children in residential schools.
Discussion on the fate of Gardiner Express continues the second day.
Rob Ford was seen back in City Hall today and told press members that his health is better but he still suffers from body aches. He also said that he looks in to the day to day constituency work and has today to vote on the issue of Gardiner Express.
Toronto police has caught a 22-year-old in a hit and run case in which one person lost life.
In a Brampton apartment, a case of stabbing has been reported.
According to a new report in Ontario half of home owners are first time buyers.
Talking on Ontario sex education two Catholic District School Board Trustees, Angela Kennedy and Garry Tanuan intend to present a motion to postpone this course for at least a year saying substantial parts of the curriculum contradict Catholic values.
Senate in Pakistan has passed a resolution condemning remarks of Indian leaders against Pakistan.
The government of India has said while celebrating Yoga Day on June 21 Muslims can take Allah’s name instead of chanting Shlokas.
Singer Mika Singh arrested for slapping a fan on stage has been released.
Rahul Dravid has clarified that he not in the race to become coach of the India team but former Indian cricket Ravi Shastri is in the run.
The second day game between India and Bangladesh could not take place due to rain.