Speaking on television on Sunday, vice-president-elect Mike Pence said the idea is a response to increased interest in the new administration, saying they’re “giving some consideration to finding a larger venue" to accommodate more people.
UPDATE 11:02 a.m.: Two Canadians among five killed in Mexican nightclub shooting
BPM wrote that “the violence began on 12th street in front of the club and three members of the BPM security team were among those whose lives were lost while trying to protect patrons inside the venue.”
Margaret Harvey is hoping a trauma-survivors network she’s launching with St. Michael’s Hospital, Dubbed My BeST (Beyond Surviving to Thriving), can provide trauma outpatients with more followup and peer support.
Advocates say the current criminalization of HIV non-disclosure ignores the power imbalance that can make it more challenging for women to reveal their status to their sexual partners, including the fear that it would one day be used against them.
York school board's new chair says an action plan sent to the education minister Friday in response to concerns around racism and foreign travel by trustees is “a first step” and “wasn’t meant to right all the wrongs.”
“Now that he’s going to have an opportunity to do something for our national security as opposed to talking and tweeting, he’s going to have tremendous responsibility to make sure that U.S. and national security interests are protected,” said outgoing CIA director Jon Brennan.
Jimmy Snuka, a native of Fiji, was known on the pro wrestling circuit for diving from the ropes and even the top of steel cages in a career that spanned decades. He was inducted into the WWE Hall of Fame in 1996. He died at home on Sunday.