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Tambor doesn’t see how he can return to ‘Transparent’

LOS ANGELES – Actor Jeffrey Tambor says he doesn’t see how he can return to the Amazon series “Transparent” following two allegations of sexual harassment against him. In an ambiguous statement Sunday, Tambor referenced what he calls a “politicized atmosphere” that has afflicted the set. He also says that the idea that he would deliberately harass anyone is untrue. Two women have come forward over the past few weeks to accuse Tambor of sexual harassment, including “Transparent” actress Trace Lysette and his former assistant. Tambor has won two Emmys forRead More


Algonquin College and La Cité Collégiale students heading back to class Tuesday

CTV Ottawa Published Sunday, November 19, 2017 2:38PM EST Last Updated Sunday, November 19, 2017 6:35PM EST Students at La Cité Collégiale and Algonquin College are heading back to class Tuesday following a five-week college strike.   Ontario passed back-to-work legislation Sunday afternoon following special weekend sittings at the Ontario legislature. The Liberal government first attempted to introduce the bill Thursday evening, after restarted talks between the colleges and the faculty’s union reached an impasse.   But unanimous consent of all parties was needed, and the NDP refused, leading theRead More


Puck sends Canucks fan to hospital

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South Osborne’s Rubin Block one of hundreds of derelict buildings in Winnipeg

Melody Joyal has lived in South Osborne her whole life. She walks past Rubin Block everyday, but since the building was boarded up, she said it doesn’t look very inviting. “It’s pretty sad. It’s a historical building, it’s a big part of the Osborne-Morley area,” said Joyal. Rubin Block has sat vacant since 2014 and saw two fires and a murder in less than ten years. It’s one of 544 vacant and derelict buildings across Winnipeg. In 2010 the city passed the Vacant Buildings By-Law and approved a nine-point strategyRead More


Saskatoon ballet dancer one step closer to professional dream

Cory Coleman, CTV Saskatoon Published Friday, November 17, 2017 7:03PM CST Last Updated Friday, November 17, 2017 7:05PM CST Julia Boyd’s accomplishments as a ballet dancer are going further than the Saskatoon stage. The 13-year-old Saskatoon dancer has been offered a spot at the National Ballet School’s summer audition program and a full scholarship to the Royal Winnipeg Ballet School’s summer audition program. Dancing isn’t just a hobby for Boyd, who will be performing in the upcoming Saskatoon production of the Moscow Ballet’s Great Russian Nutcracker. It’s a way forRead More


Momentum builds in U.S. for disclaimers on internet election ads

(Reuters) – U.S. regulators on Thursday kicked off a process that could result in mandatory disclaimers on election ads that appear on social media, a reaction to anonymous, Russia-linked ads on sites such as Facebook ahead of the 2016 U.S. elections. A 3D-printed Facebook logo is displayed in front of the Russian flag, in this illustration taken October 25, 2017. REUTERS/Dado Ruvic/Illustration The Federal Election Commission voted 5-0 to begin drafting rules that would impose disclaimers. The commission previously declined to require such labels after Facebook Inc and Alphabet Inc’sRead More


Ontario college strike vote results expected today

TORONTO – The results of a key vote which could end Ontario’s nearly five-week-old college faculty strike are expected today. College faculty have been voting online and by telephone on the final offer from Ontario’s 24 colleges since Tuesday. Voting ends at 10 a.m. and the results of the balloting will be shared with both the College Employer Council, which bargains on behalf of the colleges, and the Ontario Public Sector Employees Union, which represents the 12,000 workers and then made public. The union has recommended its members reject theRead More


Ottawa’s refusal to tax Netflix puts some Quebec MPs in a tight spot

Joanna Smith, The Canadian Press Published Wednesday, November 15, 2017 8:32PM EST Last Updated Wednesday, November 15, 2017 8:33PM EST Prime Minister Justin Trudeau is standing firm on his promise not to impose a tax on Netflix and Liberal MPs from Quebec, where the province is prepared to do it alone, say they’ll live with his decision — at least for now. Backbencher Nicola Di Iorio said he doesn’t think taxing Netflix is currently possible, as it would be difficult to enforce. “We are faced with a new technological worldRead More


Investigation into fatal ski crash at Nakiska continues

CTV Calgary staff Published Tuesday, November 14, 2017 5:07PM MST Last Updated Tuesday, November 14, 2017 5:08PM MST Two top French ski officials are on their way from France to Nakiska to provide support and to investigate the death of one of their own on the ski hill. The French Ski Federation says 35-year-old David Poisson lost a ski during Monday’s crash in the middle of a training run. They also confirm the RCMP account that Poisson went through some safety netting and hi a tree. Poisson is one ofRead More


One other driver sent to hospital

  Windsor Police say the driver of a pickup truck was last seen on foot heading north on McDougall Avenue after a three vehicle pileup at the intersection of McDougall and Elliott Street East around 10:00 Sunday morning.   Officers say a grey SUV at a stop light on McDougall Avenue was struck from behind by a white pick-up truck. The impact pushed the SUV and compressed the vehicle into the trailer of a transport truck. Windsor Fire and Rescue extricated the driver of SUV and he was transported toRead More