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  • nieuwWARMINGTON: City orders defiant restaurant owner to shut his barbecue joint
    It looked for a few hours like the ‘Barbecue Revolt’ might catch on and perhaps even spread. Could Adamson Barbecue actually beat City Hall and the provincial government, too? Even the Toronto Police, bylaw enforcement and health inspectors confr…
    - 1 hour ago 25 Nov 20, 1:25am -
  • nieuwLILLEY: COVID leads parents to look for educational alternatives
    To send the kids to school or not to send them to school? That was the question for many parents this past summer as provincial governments across the country rolled out plans to ensure a “safe September” for school kids in the COVID era. Turns o…
    - 2 hours ago 25 Nov 20, 12:42am -
  • nieuwBRAUN: Policy change needed to end economic abuse
    Thursday is Economic Abuse Awareness Day. For any woman in an abusive relationship, the economic angle is just another devastating form of control. Meseret Haileyesus is the CEO of the Canadian Center for Women’s Empowerment (CCFWE), a non-profit d…
    - 2 hours ago 25 Nov 20, 12:18am -
  • nieuwGUNTER: Did Trudeau’s first wave spend leave the cupboard bare for the second?
    Know what’s been missing from Canada’s second wave of COVID? Prime Minister Justin Trudeau’s daily descent of the stairs outside Rideau Cottage to tell us how he’s dealing with the pandemic. Oh, sure, he’s surfaced periodically, but with no…
    - 2 hours ago 25 Nov 20, 12:09am -
  • nieuwPremier Doug Ford faces a business backlash
    Premier Doug Ford is facing an unprecedented backlash from small and independent business owners who feel they’ve been unfairly targeted in the pandemic lockdown. While the owner of an Etobicoke barbecue restaurant who opened in defiance of health…
    - 3 hours ago 25 Nov 20, 12:05am -
  • nieuwMANDEL: A very different case for a killer found not criminally responsible
    This has not been your ordinary not criminally responsible defence. If many of us are having difficulty accepting Alek Minassian’s claim that his autism spectrum disorder left him unable to appreciate the moral wrongfulness of slaughtering 10 peopl…
    - 3 hours ago 25 Nov 20, 12:01am -
  • nieuwLeafs prospect Abruzzese on the mend following surgery, looks forward to next season
    Nick Abruzzese was enduring through another week of recovery from hip surgery when the news came from the Ivy League on Nov. 12. There wouldn’t be hockey in 2020-21 for the Harvard forward and Maple Leafs prospect, or his Crimson teammates, once he…
    - 3 hours ago 25 Nov 20, 12:01am -
  • nieuwCity orders BBQ restaurant to close for disobeying lockdown order
    With Toronto now in its second day of lockdown under Ontario’s colour-coded COVID-19 system, restrictions on businesses continued to stir debate and some pushback Tuesday. A west Toronto barbecue restaurant vowed to open for indoor dining in defian…
    - 3 hours ago 24 Nov 20, 11:41pm -
  • nieuwMan caught with mistress confined in cage, tossed in river
    A man from southern China’s Maoming city was tossed into the river while tied up in a cage after he was caught cheating with his mistress in the early morning hours last Friday. Footage of the incident has been widely circulated, showing the allege…
    - 3 hours ago 24 Nov 20, 11:40pm -
  • nieuwLILLEY: Under Trudeau, Canada shifts in its stance with Israel
    Is Canada still a friend of Israel? The answer you get depends on who you ask and where they are coming from, but what cannot be denied is that there is a change in Canada’s stance towards Israel since the Trudeau Liberals took power. That was not…
    - 3 hours ago 24 Nov 20, 11:32pm -

Denemarken - Copenhagen Post

  • This Week’s Editorial: Brexit not Daxit
    Monty Python could not have given better entertainment than the live TV from the UK’s House of Commons over the past month. Pro-union united Brexit is a fact, but to what end? Are we going to see a Norwegian or Swiss model or what? The EU has not…
    - 9 Feb 20, 4:55am -
  • UK-DK Trade: 47 years later
    At midnight on 31 January 2020 CET, the United Kingdom officially left the European Union. At the same moment, roughly 18,000 British citizens living in Denmark ceased to be European citizens In the UK many celebrated and many mourned. No initial ch…
    - 8 Feb 20, 4:58pm -
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    - 8 Feb 20, 11:59am -
  • Copenhagen Fashion Week leaves us with an aftertaste of hope
    A show without models, a boycott of brands burning unsold stock, and a triumph of art prints and checked patterns. Yuliya Kuryan reflects on the Autumn/Winter edition of Copenhagen Fashion Week and relays its most important eventsThe post Copenhage…
    - 8 Feb 20, 4:00am -
  • On Stages: A pint of dicks? Why names are important!
    The problem with most Danish surnames is that they don’t lend themselves well to being eponymous. The ‘sen’ is final – like a death ‘sen’tence. Adding anything extra sounds like you’re stuttering like Otto in A Fish called Wanda, when…
    - 7 Feb 20, 6:00pm -
  • On Screens: Move over Donald Trump … blonde is the new orange
    Legally, platinum, atomic even! They’re fun, ambitious, gentlemen prefer them, and INXS claimed they’ll drive you to suicide. Big in the 1930s (Jean Harlow), the 1950s (Marilyn Monroe), 1970s (Farrah Fawcett-Majors) and 1980s (Heather Locklear),…
    - 7 Feb 20, 4:30pm -
  • Denmark world team champs in backgammon for third year in a row
    Denmark has won the annual World Team Championship, which took place in France in January. Although Denmark is more famous for its success in handball and badminton, and their most popular sport is likely football, it currently appears to be unbeata…
    - 7 Feb 20, 4:00pm -
  • Sales rocketing as flat prices finally surpass pre-Financial Crisis levels
    West Jutland saw a 33 percent rise in property sales in January compared to the same month in 2019The post Sales rocketing as flat prices finally surpass pre-Financial Crisis levels appeared first on The Post.
    - 7 Feb 20, 3:40pm -
  • Danish summer cottages an increasingly popular choice for winter holidays
    According to new figures from Danmarks Statistik, more Danes are spending their winter holidays at summer cottages. Some 42 percent more entire-week reservations were made in February – up from 6,440 in 2015 to 9,150 in 2019. Trend expected to con…
    - 7 Feb 20, 3:05pm -
  • February Events: Not exactly the Barber of Seville
    Sweeney Todd Feb 14 & 22; Opera House, Ekvipagemestervej 10, Cph K; 155-755kr, kglteater.dk Stephen Sondheim’s Broadway hit musical is coming to Copenhagen for two nights only. The full-blooded show, one of the darkest musicals ever written, has b…
    - 7 Feb 20, 1:49pm -

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