Vancouver businessman David Sidoo sentenced to 3 months in prison in college admissions scandal

British ColumbiaVancouver businessman David Sidoo sentenced to 3 months in prison in college admissions scandalDavid Sidoo, a Vancouver businessman and philanthropist who pleaded guilty in the U.S. college admissions scandal, was sentenced to three months in prison on Wednesday in a Boston courtroom. Social SharingPleaded guilty in March after paying $200K US to have someone write…

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Charges laid in Central Alberta homicide after year-long investigation

EdmontonCharges laid in Central Alberta homicide after year-long investigationSt. Paul RCMP laid charges on Wednesday following an investigation that lasted more than a year into the murder of Kimberly Cardinal.Social SharingSecond-degree murder charges were laid against a man in Saddle LakeCBC News · Posted: Jul 15, 2020 4:38 PM MT | Last Updated: July 15St. Paul RCMP…

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Starved for live music due to COVID-19? Drive-in concerts start Thursday at Polson Pier

TorontoStarved for live music due to COVID-19? Drive-in concerts start Thursday at Polson PierWhile concerts in the city this summer have been halted until further notice due to the COVD-19 pandemic, a new drive-in venue is offering live music you can listen to from the comfort of your own car and physically distance at the same time.Social SharingVenue…

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Province should have been ready before asking all Montreal bar-goers to get tested, says mayor

MontrealProvince should have been ready before asking all Montreal bar-goers to get tested, says mayorTwo new COVID-19 testing sites are opening in Montreal, as bar-goers line up around the block to get tested and the provincial government struggles to catch up to the demand.Social SharingTwo more testing sites to open in Montreal, as people line up…

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WE Charity announces major restructuring amid student grant controversy

Politics·UpdatedWE Charity announces restructuring amid student grant controversyWE Charity will undergo a major restructuring and corporate review after it became embroiled in controversy when the charity was tasked with administering a $900-million summer student grant program despite the close ties it has with the Trudeau family.Social SharingWE Day activities will be cancelled for 'foreseeable future'…

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Biden, Obama, tech moguls’ Twitter accounts hacked in apparent bitcoin scam

WorldBiden, Obama, tech moguls' Twitter accounts hacked in apparent bitcoin scamA series of high-profile Twitter accounts were hijacked on Wednesday, and the social media company took the extraordinary step of preventing at least some verified accounts from publishing messages altogether.Social SharingTwitter takes extraordinary step of preventing at least some verified accounts from publishing messagesThomson Reuters…

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