PLUS: Rescuers race to find missing Titanic-bound sub off Nfld. coast, Doug Ford keeps cabinet ministers on their toes, Maxime
Bernier and the People's Party of Canada need to go
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Happy Tuesday! Welcome back to Your Midday Sun where Brian Lilley is not-so-happy with the Royal Canadian Mounted Police and what
he calls their "utter incompetence" for allowing allegations that they were investigating Prime Minister Justin Trudeau in the
SNC-Lavalin affair to circulate without correcting the record.
Do you agree with his take that the RCMP are arguably the most incompetent police force in the Western world?
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The looming cabinet shuffle at Queen's Park was the talk of the town province as seemingly every minister in Doug Ford's cabinet
wants the lowdown. But as to be expected, Ford is holding his cards close to his chest and enjoying keeping everyone, including
his ministers, on their toes. More from Brian Lilley.
* A man was hospitalized with serious injuries following a stabbing on Monday night near Dundas St. E. and Gould St.
* A suspect has been charged with first-degree murder following a deadly shooting in Etobicoke's Dundas St. W. and Avonhurst Rd.
area on Monday evening.
* A 24-year-old Hamilton man is fighting for his life after a crash on Lincoln Alexander Pkwy., east of Upper James St., early
* An off-duty York Regional Police officer was charged with impaired driving following a crash in the Dundas St. W. and Hospital
Gate area of Oakville.
* A suspect is being sought after an alleged sexual assault earlier this month in the area of Crockett and East 34th Sts. on
Two Royal Canadian Air Force members are missing after a military helicopter was involved in an incident this morning and crashed
into the Ottawa River. Two others were recovered and are in hospital.
* Rescuers in a remote area of the Atlantic Ocean, about 700 km south of St. John's, are in a race against time to find a missing
sub with a limited oxygen supply carrying five people on a mission to document the wreckage of the Titanic.
* Ukrainian air defences downed 32 of 35 exploding drones launched by Russia, most of them in the Kyiv region in a bombardment
that exposed gaps in the country's air protection.
* Meanwhile, about 100 Ukrainian soldiers are being trained by Canadian troops at a safe, secret location in southwestern Poland
in the ongoing war against Russia.
* Four people were hospitalized in New Zealand after a man armed with an axe began attacking random diners at three neighbouring
* Andrew Tate and his brother Tristan have been charged with rape, human trafficking and forming a criminal gang to exploit
women, according to prosecutors in Romania.
* U.S. President Joe Biden's son Hunter has reached an agreement with the Justice Department after he was charged with failing to
pay federal income tax and illegally possessing a weapon.
* At least six teenagers were shot outside a Milwaukee church where a Juneteenth celebration had just wrapped up.
Is it time for Maxime Bernier and the People's Party of Canada to throw up the white flag and admit they don't represent many
Bernier, the once-powerful cabinet minister who came close to winning the Conservative Party of Canada leadership in 2017,
couldn't even win a byelection seat in Manitoba on Monday.
Bernier has become a politician who will adopt any issue for votes and wants to portray himself and his party as the only true
conservative-leaning party in Canada. Instead, the PPC has become home to fringe messages, anger and distrust. No one is buying
what he is selling. It's time to close shop. Over to Brian Lilley with more.
* Call public inquiry first, then Tories will suggest who can lead it: Poilievre
* Porn star Moriah Mills says she will release sex tapes with Pelicans‘ Zion Williamson
* Duke and Duchess of Sussex ‘have nothing left to say’
* Blue Jays send catcher Alejandro Kirk to the injured list with hand injury
* Rumer Willis shares first photo of the-vancouver-sun Willis as grandpa: 'Best Girl Dad in the game'
* Canadian tourism in ‘dire' state, with debt mounting and demand meager
* WWE superstar Charlotte Flair's shocking physical transformation
* Morgan Wallen's two-year-old son attacked by family dog
* World's Sexiest Hockey Player Mikayla Demaiter scores again with fans
* DEAR ABBY: Friend's hygiene habits are left high and dry
* Dwayne Johnson had 'biggest fight' with dad just weeks before his death
* Montreal Canadiens sign centre Sean Monahan to one-year deal
* Germany unveils a teddy bear as the mascot for Euro 2024 — this time with pants
Forbes magazine released its annual roster of the 10 richest athletes in the world but don't be surprised by the absence of NHL,
MLB and NFL stars on the list. It was all about the other world of football, the NBA, a couple of LIV golfers, a boxer, a retired
tennis player and a partridge in a pear tree.
- SPORTS FANS
Up to four former NHL players will hear their names announced on Wednesday as the Hockey Hall of Fame's Class of 2023 inductees.
Will Alexander Mogilny (pictured above) and Curtis Joseph make the cut? Lance Hornby breaks down the contenders.
Demi Lovato revealed that she ditched her "they/them" pronouns and went back to using "she/her" because it had become "absolutely
exhausting" for the non-binary star to keep having to educate people and explain why she identified that way. We can't blame her.
We're exhausted trying to navigate it all, too. More from Mark Daniell.
VIRGOs, make changes that help you get ahead, but don't share your plans with anyone who may sabotage you. If you are too
accommodating, someone will take advantage. SCORPIOs, getting what you want will take a unique approach. Keeping up with
technology and whatever is trending is mandatory.
CAPRICORNs, an opportunity is only worthwhile if it's affordable. Be creative, and devise a plan that helps you bring in more cash
from the comfort of your home. TAURUSes, bide your time, observe and nurture what you've worked so hard to achieve.
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