Families in Ontario, New Brunswick, Manitoba and Saskatchewan will carry the burden of federal “carbon pricing” according to Parliament Budget Officer Yves Giroux and his office’s analysis of the federal tax in effect since April 1st this year.
“Households will largely bear the cost of the pricing system through their consumption of energy used for residential and transport purposes, and carbon charges embodied in non-energy products,” according to the analysis.
An Ontario Superior Court Justice will decide Friday if an extradition request will move forward for Nadal Diya, who is wanted in the U.S after he allegedly tried to buy fake passports from FBI agents.
Nadal Diya, 46, had not been to the United States in four years when Toronto police arrested him on Sept. 12, 2018 after a request from the U.S.
Diya had just arrived at Pearson International Airport after a long flight from Dubai where he lives.
Federal and local law enforcement agencies raided a series of car lots and homes in connection with a money laundering investigation involving a convicted Palestinian terrorist.
They prey on the kindness of strangers, posing as stranded motorists in need of assistance. But police warn these are well organized criminals who are taking advantage of people’s charity.
Perhaps most controversial is a proposal in Domus, the architecture magazine, by Tom Wilkinson, for the fallen spire to be replaced with an Islamic minaret, to memorialise Algerians who protested the French government in the 1960s.
“These victims of the state could be memorialised by replacing [the spire] with – why not? – a graceful minaret,” Wilkinson insisted.