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In the news today, November 23



Four stories in the news for Friday, November 23

RESPECT THE BIGGESTS OF THE BRANTCOS, THE COMMITTEE

A committee working on how to distribute $ 15.2 million in the GoFundMe campaign after the bus crash Humboldt Broncos says the court should respect the wishes of families on how the money should be shared. The committee recommends a total payment of $ 525,000 for each of the 16 families who lost a loved one in the accident. It also recommends a total of $ 475,000 for each of the 13 surviving players. Court documents say suggestions are based on a formula that emerged from interviews with families.

THE LIBERALS CAN MAKE THE END OF THE EXTERNAL SPRING

Vote for a proposal to speed up labor legislation for Canada Postmasters through Commons can come today. Prime Minister Justin Trudeau said on Thursday that he still hopes that the deals could be mitigated by the postal disruption across the country. While Trudeaux acknowledged adopting a law to resolve the labor dispute, it was never the best option, he said his government must act to protect Canadians' small businesses and livelihoods affected by a month of rotating strikes.

SINGH TO GET THE REQUEST OF THE BIBLE IN FEBRUARY

NDP leader Dzhegyet Singh learned that he would get a chance in early February to win a seat in the British Columbia House of Commons – just as a friendly ride on his home territory of Brampton, Ont. Liberal State Gearwell announced on Thursday that he resigned as an envoy for Brampton East for unspecified "personal and medical reasons". Party whip Marc Hollande said the resignation of the Gulf is effective right away. Surprising news has fallen just as liberal insiders have confirmed that the start of the new year, Prime Minister Justin Trudeau will call three parts – including in Burnaby South, where Singh is already nominated for running – in early February.

ART GALLERY ON THE STAINLESS STEPS CAMPAIGN FOR INFINITY INSURANCE

The Ontario art gallery reinforces its efforts to raise money for the so-called Room for an infinite mirror. The Toronto Gallery has released renewed pressure on the funds since it is entering the final week of the money-raising campaign. It now co-operates with a global campaign known as Giving Tuesday, which fosters charity Tuesday after American gratitude. The spring spring show, "Yaiyoi Kusama: Endless Mirrors", attracted more than 169,000 visitors to the AGO.

OTHER NEWS:

– Crown and defense will appear before the judge today in a criminal trial by Vice Admiral Mark Norman, who was charged earlier this year with one number for breaching confidence in allegedly leaking government secrets.

– Statistics Canada will release October's consumer price index and retail figures for September.

– CFL Commissioner Randy Ambrosi will hold the annual media conference in the League, today in Edmonton.


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