National Newswatch

Sharon Osbourne reveals details of Ozzy’s injuries after fall

Apr 9 2019 — — After suffering injuries from a recent fall, Ozzy Osbourne was forced to postpone the remainder of his concert dates on the ‘No More Tours 2’ tour — supposedly his final trek across the globe. Dedicated fans were left worrying about the condition of the Prince of Darkness, however his longtime wife and manager Sharon Osbourne […]

Neil Young and Crazy Horse recording new album

Apr 9 2019 — — Canadian icon Neil Young has just confirmed that he will return to the studio with rock outfit Crazy Horse this year to record a brand new album. Young, 73, and Crazy Horse have been working together since 1969 and this year they celebrate 50 years of collaborations and touring. The Heart of Gold singer confirmed […]

Sara Gilbert leaving ‘The Talk’

Apr 9 2019 — — Sara Gilbert is saying goodbye to Global’s The Talk. The Roseanne actress, who co-created and has been a host on the series since it started in 2010, announced the news on Tuesday’s show.

Man arrested for anti-Trudeau graffiti outside Jody Wilson-Raybould office in Vancouver

Apr 8 2019 — — Vancouver police say a man has been arrested for spray-painting messages outside the constituency office of Vancouver-Granville MP Jody Wilson-Raybould. The graffiti, which was spotted on Monday along the sidewalk and street in the 1200-block of West Broadway, included messages such as “Canadians believe Jody,” “Trudeau for treason,” “Make B.C. the best coast again” and […]

Wilson-Raybould rejects criticisms she may have helped Conservatives win the next election

Apr 7 2019 — Amanda Connolly — Former attorney general Jody Wilson-Raybould rejects the idea that by raising concerns about the SNC-Lavalin scandal, she may have helped boost Conservative prospects in the fall election campaign. In an interview with the West Block‘s Mercedes Stephenson, the now-independent MP for Vancouver-Granville said that while she understands concerns from her former caucus about how the […]

Wilson-Raybould says anonymous leaks ‘trampling all over’ the confidences she still vows to uphold

Apr 6 2019 — Amanda Connolly — Leaks of confidential judicial information and a smear campaign against her by unnamed government sources in recent weeks are running afoul of the same principals of confidentiality former attorney general Jody Wilson-Raybould says she is still vowing to honour. But she predicts that rather than discourage young Indigenous women from entering politics, the smears and […]

Charles Adler’s fiery interview with UCP Leader Jason Kenney

Apr 4 2019 — — If the polls are to be believed, United Conservative Party (UCP) Leader Jason Kenney is poised to be the next premier of Alberta at a time when politics in the province has become increasingly divisive. Kenney spoke on Global News Radio with veteran broadcaster Charles Adler on Wednesday and said he has no plans on […]

Jason Kenney doubles down — still says he’ll keep candidate Mark Smith, who made homophobic remarks

Apr 4 2019 — Jesse Ferreras — Jason Kenney gave no indication in a radio interview Wednesday that he plans on dropping Mark Smith, a United Conservative Party (UCP) candidate who has come under fire for past remarks that have been labelled homophobic and anti-abortion. Speaking with Global News Radio’s Charles Adler, the UCP leader said he “condemns” Smith’s remarks, but said […]

Wilson-Raybould defends secret recording that led to her ouster, says ‘something very dangerous’ loomed

Apr 3 2019 — Amanda Connolly — Former attorney general Jody Wilson-Raybould is defending the secret recording of Clerk of the Privy Council Michael Wernick that appears to have tipped the scales in Prime Minister Justin Trudeau’s decision to eject her from caucus. On Tuesday night, Trudeau said the secret recording of the phone call, which Wilson-Raybould had described as one in […]