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Jason Kenney steps down after 51.4 per cent approval in leadership review

CALGARY – Jason Kenney (in the pic, from his Twitter profile) quit as leader of his party, and premier of Alberta, Wednesday night after receiving a slight majority of support in his United Conservative Party leadership review. “While 51 per cent of the vote passes the constitutional threshold of a majority, it clearly is not adequate support to continue on as leader,” Kenney told at Spruce Meadows in Calgary. 

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Deaths from or with Covid-19? Ontario and Quebec review all data

TORONTO – Another 20 deaths were added today to the tragic “Covid-count” in Ontario. But the total, since the beginning of the pandemic, is not 12,638 (12,618 deaths until yesterday, plus today’s deaths), but 12,149. The provincial health authorities, in fact, have decided to review all the data, removing from the total count the “suspicious” deaths: those not directly attributable only to Covid-19. And from a first analysis, there would be 489 previous deaths not attributable to that category.  (more…)

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Mp, obbligo vaccino: nuova grana Bernier nella review tory

TORONTO – Fuoco incrociato su Erin O’Toole. Nelle ultime ventiquattrore sono emersi altri due nodi che dovranno essere sciolti e che riguardano direttamente il leader del Partito Conservatore: la decisione di rendere operativo l’obbligo di vaccinazione per i deputati che vorranno entrare nella Camera dei Comuni e l’analisi della review interna del partito che si focalizzerà sul ruolo di Maxime Bernier e del suo People’s Party nella sconfitta patita lo scorso 20 settembre alle elezioni federali… Read More in Corriere Canadese >>> 


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