Today’s Headlines – Sep 4, 2015
Liberal Party leader Justin Trudeau has said that he was impressed by Canadian response on the matter of refugees but the country needs to do more. NDP leader Tom Mulcair who kept back his tears on the issue of Aylan Kurdi yesterday has already mentioned taking in 10,000 Syrian refugees if elected. Prime Minister Stephen Harper has once again reiterated that Canada must continue its mission against ISIS adding the country must help to stop the awful violence against victims.
According to the latest Treb figures, GTA average house price have gone up 10% and sales have risen to 5.7%.
According to the latest Statistics Canada report unemployment rate has increased to 7%.
PC leader Patrick Brown has won by-election from Simcoe-North.
Prasand Panda of the Wild Rose Party has won by-election from Calgary-Foothills.
A pilot died due to critical injuries when the small plane he was flying crashed near Stoney Creek airport. Hamilton police is in the process of informing his relatives.
In USA unemployment rate has declined to 5.1% as it added 173,000 jobs in August.
Saudi King Salman bin Abdulaziz Al Saud will meet US President Barack Obama and discuss a number of issues including regional security, Iran nuclear deal and conflict in Yemen.
British Prime Minister David Cameron has pledged to take in 4,000 more refugees from Syria.
In the US–led military alliance to dismantle ISIL, America has taken Pakistan into confidence under its Sahel for South Asia initiative.
MQM supremo Altaf Hussain has said that Karachi should be made a separate province. PTI chairman Imran Khan is against the proposal saying it will create divide between the Sindhis and the Urdu speaking population.
The Zarb-e Azb against terrorists in Fata is appreciable and will continue but has cost Pakistan $1.9 billion.
India has shown the resolve to help Syrian refugees.
Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi is likely to attend RSS meeting.
Losing further ground, the Indian stock market closed lower by 563 points.
The India-South Africa matches will commence from October 2.