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Today’s Headlines – Sep 15,2015 

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The news of budget surplus has boosted Prime Minister Stephen Harper’s campaign. He is in BC today.

NDP leader Tom Mulcair was in BC also where he made announcements about mental healthcare of Canadians.

Liberal leader Justin Trudeau was in Waterloo today where he talked about skilled workers. Criticising Tom, Trudeau said Tom is fooling Canadians because on one side he is talking about spending and on the other about balanced budget.

According to the recent Crea report, the national average home sales price has risen to 8.7% on a year-on-year basis in August. Home prices have gone up more on Toronto, Vancouver and Hamilton while they have remained low in Ottawa, Quebec and Montreal.

Toronto Mayor John Tory has finally announced that Toronto is not ready to host 2024 Olympics and therefore will not bid for it. The city lost twice in Olympic bids – once in 1996 and then in 2008.

RCMP has issued an Amber alert in the death of a two-year-old Hailey Dunbar-Blanchette in Alberta and a case of abduction has been filed. Her father’s body was found dead at the scene and so a homicide investigation is underway.

An Ottawa court is expected to give its ruling on the niqab issue today. According to details, a Muslim resident of Mississauga refused to remove her niqab during the citizenship ceremony.

A new poll shows that most of the Canadians think as UberX is offering the same service as traditional taxis and so must be brought under licensing regulations.

Hungary has declared emergency on its borders and is in the process of sealing its border with Serbia. The government has said it is closing its borders and any migrant trying to enter forcibly in its country will be detained and dealt with strictly.

As North Korea’s Yongbyon complex has started normal operations, the experts are questioning if re-started how many nuclear bombs it would be able to produce.

After the joint forces exercises of China and Pakistan, Pakistani military’s chief of staff General Raheel Sharif has said ties between the two countries have risen to unprecedented heights.

The Maharashtra government has launched a new law in Mumbai according to which drivers seeking auto riskshaw licence must have knowledge of Marathi language.

India-China talks on Ladakh have helped in reducing tension between the two countries.

India and South Africa are gearing for a clash commencing October 2 that includes three T20 matches, five ODIs and four Tests. Talks are growing that Virat Kohli might replace skipper MS Dhoni in all three formats of the game.

Saeed Ajmal has denied reports appearing in some sections of the press that he is retiring from international cricket.

A three-Test series will soon be held between Pakistan and England in the UAE.

 

 

 

Headlines

The news of budget surplus has boosted Prime Minister Stephen Harper’s campaign. He is in BC today.

NDP leader Tom Mulcair was in BC also where he made announcements about mental healthcare of Canadians.

Liberal leader Justin Trudeau was in Waterloo today where he talked about skilled workers. Criticising Tom, Trudeau said Tom is fooling Canadians because on one side he is talking about spending and on the other about balanced budget.

According to the recent Crea report, the national average home sales price has risen to 8.7% on a year-on-year basis in August. Home prices have gone up more on Toronto, Vancouver and Hamilton while they have remained low in Ottawa, Quebec and Montreal.

Toronto Mayor John Tory has finally announced that Toronto is not ready to host 2024 Olympics and therefore will not bid for it. The city lost twice in Olympic bids – once in 1996 and then in 2008.

RCMP has issued an Amber alert in the death of a two-year-old Hailey Dunbar-Blanchette in Alberta and a case of abduction has been filed. Her father’s body was found dead at the scene and so a homicide investigation is underway.

An Ottawa court is expected to give its ruling on the niqab issue today. According to details, a Muslim resident of Mississauga refused to remove her niqab during the citizenship ceremony.

A new poll shows that most of the Canadians think as UberX is offering the same service as traditional taxis and so must be brought under licensing regulations.

Hungary has declared emergency on its borders and is in the process of sealing its border with Serbia. The government has said it is closing its borders and any migrant trying to enter forcibly in its country will be detained and dealt with strictly.

As North Korea’s Yongbyon complex has started normal operations, the experts are questioning if re-started how many nuclear bombs it would be able to produce.

After the joint forces exercises of China and Pakistan, Pakistani military’s chief of staff General Raheel Sharif has said ties between the two countries have risen to unprecedented heights.

The Maharashtra government has launched a new law in Mumbai according to which drivers seeking auto riskshaw licence must have knowledge of Marathi language.

India-China talks on Ladakh have helped in reducing tension between the two countries.

India and South Africa are gearing for a clash commencing October 2 that includes three T20 matches, five ODIs and four Tests. Talks are growing that Virat Kohli might replace skipper MS Dhoni in all three formats of the game.

Saeed Ajmal has denied reports appearing in some sections of the press that he is retiring from international cricket.

A three-Test series will soon be held between Pakistan and England in the UAE.

 

 

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