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Aujourd’hui — 19 septembre 2019National Post

Lorena strengthens into hurricane off coast of Colima, Mexico

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Storm Lorena became a category one hurricane on Wednesday off Mexico's Pacific coast, the U.S. National Hurricane Center (NHC) said, as heavy rains and high winds were making their way inland. Read More

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First up for Brees-less Saints: Unbeaten Seahawks

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The New Orleans Saints are beginning a stretch of games without Drew Brees. Read More

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Rodgers, Flacco looking to hit Super strides

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Aaron Rodgers and Joe Flacco are Super Bowl-winning quarterbacks. Read More

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Trump expresses dismay over cost of keeping Guantanamo prison open

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ON BOARD AIR FORCE ONE -- President Donald Trump expressed unhappiness on Wednesday with the cost of keeping open a controversial prison at the U.S. military base in Guantanamo Bay, Cuba and said his administration was studying the issue. Read More

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Reds edge Cubs in 10 innings to win series

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Jose Iglesias hit a go-ahead double in the top of the 10th inning, and the visiting Cincinnati Reds held on for a 3-2 win over the Chicago Cubs on Wednesday night. Read More

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Some in Saskatchewan have beef with A&W Beyond Meat ad featuring Rider fans

REGINA -- Some people have a beef about an A&W ad featuring Saskatchewan Roughrider fans that promotes the Beyond Meat burger. Read More

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Trump orders environmental notice to San Francisco on homeless

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LOS ANGELES -- President Donald Trump said on Wednesday he had given the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency less than a week to issue a notice to the city of San Francisco over its homelessness problem and attendant pollution. Read More

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Texans aim to keep Watson upright vs. Chargers

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Two teams seeking to move above .500 meet Sunday when the Houston Texans visit the Los Angeles Chargers in Carson, Calif. Read More

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Lorena strengthens into hurricane off coast of Colima, Mexico -NHC

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Storm Lorena strengthened to a hurricane on Thursday just offshore of Colima, Mexico, the National Hurricane Center said. Read More

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Padres’ Lamet (14 Ks) halts Brewers’ roll

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Dinelson Lamet struck out a career-high 14 batters over six innings and earned the win Wednesday night as the visiting San Diego Padres slowed down the red-hot Milwaukee Brewers with a 2-1 victory. Read More

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Golf-Woods and McIlroy to clash in new format

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LONDON -- Tiger Woods will clash with Rory McIlroy, Jason Day and Hideki Matsuyama in a high-stakes, globally televised golf challenge in Japan next month. Read More

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Christie Blatchford: In cutting himself slack, it’s Trudeau’s hypocrisy that is so galling

He purported to be taking responsibility, but he called the brownface he wore in that shocking Time Magazine photo “makeup.” Read More

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Trump directs EPA to issue notice to San Francisco on homeless

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ABOARD AIR FORCE ONE -- U.S. President Donald Trump has ordered the Environmental Protection Agency to issue a notice in less than a week to the city of San Francisco on its homeless and other issues. Read More

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Canada’s Trudeau apologizes for dressing up in brown face, election chances could suffer

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OTTAWA -- Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau apologized on Wednesday for wearing brown face make-up in 2001 after an embarrassing picture emerged less than five weeks before an election in which he faces a tough fight. Read More

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Some of what was said Wednesday about photo of Justin Trudeau in brownface

OTTAWA -- Some of what was said Wednesday after a yearbook photo surfaced depicting Prime Minister Justin Trudeau in brownface and clad in a turban and robes at an "Arabian Nights"-themed party in 2001: Read More

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Andrew Coyne: How do you tell a Conservative from a Liberal? Ask an economist

I believe I was the first to propose the creation of an Economists Party, a political movement that would advocate for the sorts of policies favoured by people who study economics for a living, based on the principles at its core. Read More

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Who is Cameron Ortis?: RCMP espionage suspect’s journey from geeky teen to man of mystery

When Cameron Ortis showed up at Uncle Bill’s Pub in Abbotsford, B.C., for his 10-year high school reunion, there were two things that stood out. Read More

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Yearbook photo surfaces of Trudeau wearing ‘brownface’ costume in 2001

HALIFAX -- A 2001 yearbook photo of a costumed Prime Minister Justin Trudeau, his face and hands darkened by makeup, detonated Wednesday on the federal campaign trail, instantly tarnishing the Liberal leader's bona fides as a champion of tolerance and stopping the party's re-election momentum squarely in its tracks. Read More

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Tuvalu parliament picks new PM in potential blow for Taiwan

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Newly installed lawmakers of the tiny South Pacific country of Tuvalu elected a new prime minister on Thursday, a potential blow for ally Taiwan, which had diplomatic ties to another Pacific island nation cut this week in favor of Beijing. Read More

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NOT REAL NEWS: Trump promotes false video of Rep. Omar

President Donald Trump on Wednesday used Twitter to share an edited video made by a conservative comedian that falsely accused Democratic Rep. Ilhan Omar of dancing and partying last week on the 18th anniversary of the 9-11 terrorist attacks. Read More

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Brownface bombshell: Justin Trudeau admits wearing racist makeup at 2001 costume party

Justin Trudeau apologized Wednesday for wearing brownface while dressed as Aladdin at an Arabian Night party when he was a teacher. Read More

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New NAFTA deal isn’t perfect but ‘in the circumstances’ is good for Canada: Brian Mulroney

ANTIGONISH, N.S. — It may be imperfect, but the new NAFTA is a “good deal” for Canada, Brian Mulroney said Wednesday, despite Andrew Scheer’s insistence that the Americans “took it all.” Read More

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Manitoba Tory accused of showing naked photos to assistant to remain in caucus

WINNIPEG -- A Manitoba member of the legislature investigated for showing his assistant a picture of naked women and making inappropriate remarks is to remain in the governing Progressive Conservative caucus. Read More

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U.S. builds alliances in ‘wild, wild west’ of space – general

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WASHINGTON -- The new U.S. Space Command is working with allies in the "wild, wild west" of space and will harden future satellite networks against attacks, the unit's top general said, as the Trump administration reorganizes its military space bureaucracy. Read More

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Facebook CEO Zuckerberg to meet with U.S. senators this week

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WASHINGTON -- Facebook Chief Executive Mark Zuckerberg is on Capitol Hill this week to meet with senators as the social media giant faces scrutiny from both the Federal Trade Commission and members of Congress, the company confirmed on Wednesday. Read More

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Alberta soldier charged with attempted murder of her three children

EDMONTON -- A soldier who works at Canadian Forces Base Edmonton has been charged with the attempted murder of her three children. Read More

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Soccer-Dominant Bayern ease to 3-0 win over Red Star

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MUNICH -- Bayern Munich's Robert Lewandowski scored a landmark 200th goal for the club as they kicked off their Champions League campaign by easing to a 3-0 victory over Red Star Belgrade on Wednesday in a one-sided Group B encounter. Read More

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Hier — 18 septembre 2019National Post

Nova Scotia looks like land of promise for Conservatives, despite being shut out of province in 2015 election

Alfie MacLeod was once a shepherd. As Cape Breton tried to boost its economy in 1975, it imported 1,500 sheep from Scotland, and MacLeod was hired to look after them during their years of quarantine. Read More

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Ottawa loses in court battle with Bangladesh over alleged coup plotter

OTTAWA -- Bangladesh has won a round in its court battle with Canada about a man accused of taking part in a 1975 coup that resulted in the death of the south Asian country's president. Read More

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