Parkland Fuel spokeswoman Annie Cuerrier says that any action that restricts the supply of oil to British Columbia would be negative for the economies of both B.C. and Alberta. …read more
Daily Archives: April 16, 2018
The state of California has opted not to take part in the Trump administration’s effort to send National Guard troops to the country’s southern border with Mexico, a Defense Department official said on Monday.
Robert Salesses, a deputy assistant secretary at the Defense Department, said at a media briefing that California has declined a request to commit more than 200 troops to the effort.
Salesses said talks with California are ongoing.
Earlier this month, President Donald Trump and Defense Secretary James Mattis authorized up to 4,000 National Guard personnel to help the Department of Homeland Security secure the border in four southwestern U.S. …read more
Minister of Sport Kirsty Duncan avoided answering questions over federal government funding and the transparency of the Canadian Lacrosse Association. …read more
The latest cinematic installment of the smash hit “Millennium series” will reveal more details about mysterious hacker heroine Lisbeth Salander, and delve into her past, director Fede Alvarez said.
Filming for the The Girl in the Spider’s Web is under way in Sweden with British actress Claire Foy cast as the young tattooed Salander, an introvert who endures a complex relationship with journalist Mikael Blomkvist (Sverrir Gudnason).
“What I really wanted to do was to send her into a place of her life and, in this case, to her past to confront things that will hopefully reveal a bit more about who …read more
U.S. President Donald Trump said on Monday it is unacceptable that Russia and China are devaluating their currencies, days after the Treasury Department declined to label these countries as currency manipulators in its latest report.
Amid a possible new round of sanctions against Russia and a simmering trade war with China, Trump tweeted Monday morning, “Russia and China are playing the Currency Devaluation game as the U.S. keeps raising interest rates. Not acceptable!
In general, when a country artificially devaluates its currency, its exports become cheaper and more competitive in the global marketplace.
During his presidential campaign, Trump has repeatedly …read more