Passports and airport delays affect Ottawa’s credibility

Parliamentarians may have finished their spring session this week, but they have left a lot of unfinished business behind. The House was adjourned Thursday and lawmakers were able to navigate through all their presummer acrimony to pass a few bills: legislation to implement measures from the last budget, a bill to reflect a Supreme Court … Read more

Bunting pumped that Spezza is staying with the Leafs in the front office role

article content Michael Bunting will miss Jason Spezza’s presence in the Maple Leafs’ locker room, but he’s glad the recently retired veteran isn’t too far behind. article content When Spezza immediately joined the Leafs’ front office upon retiring in late May, Bunting was among those excited by the news of Spezza’s first postgame job as … Read more

Illuminating Hume | From North

Broadmeadows Town Hall was lit up with a series of lights for the Hume Winter Festival of Lights on Saturday, June 18. There was something for everyone with music, art, activities and food that kept people entertained throughout the festival. Attendees were treated to music by Australian dance music and electro pop group, Sneaky Sound … Read more

AFL 2022: West Coast Eagles defeat Essendon Bombers to snap mega losing streak, result, score

West Coast fans can rejoice after the Eagles finally snapped their mega losing streak and ended a 335-day drought. The West Coast Eagles defeated Essendon 107 (16.11) to 97 (14.13) on Friday night to claim their second win of the season and move up from the bottom of the ladder. Watch every blockbuster AFL game … Read more

Scenes From A Marriage: Former WAG Cathrine Mahoney Kicking Goals As A Single Post-Divorce From Andrew Johns | The Canberra Times

“I’m still in therapy, I’m an open book, and writing seven years after my marriage broke up, I felt more like a drone watching the process, I wasn’t in the eye of the storm,” he says. . “Whether you’re getting divorced or getting out of a long-term relationship, the first 12 to 18 months are … Read more

Ukraine will withdraw from Severodonetsk

Russia is reportedly on the verge of achieving one of its key military objectives in its invasion: forcing Ukraine to withdraw its troops from the city of Severodonetsk. Ukraine’s military officials say a tactical withdrawal is the only option, saying there are essentially no cities left to defend after weeks of Russian bombardment. Severodonetsk is … Read more

‘Remarkable’ scenes outside the US Supreme Court

Sky News Washington correspondent Annelise Nielsen says there have been “extraordinary” scenes of protesters outside the US Supreme Court after the landmark Roe v Wade ruling overturned. The United States Supreme Court has overturned the landmark Roe v Wade ruling, which gave women the constitutional right to abortion. “The ramifications will be felt across the … Read more