Pressed for Monday, November 26th - Hundreds of people were injured in protest in Paris • Taiwan voted against same-sex marriage • General Motors is getting set to announce a big closure in Ontario • Britain is another step closer to making its official exit • hundreds of Amazon workers walked out on Black Friday • Calgary Stampeders are Grey Cup champs.
Pressed for Monday, November 19th - The death toll in the California wildfires increased to 76 • Canada Post workers are still on strike • the White House was ordered to reinstate Jim Acosta’s press pass • Dellen Millard was sentenced to more jail time • a 17-year-old race car driver fractured her spine in a crash.
Pressed Podcast for Monday, November 12th - Two California wildfires left at least 25 people dead • an attack in Somalia killed at least 53 people • a terrorist attack hit Melbourne, Australia on Friday • Mexico is considering legalizing weed • 10 people were killed in a mudslide in Brazil.
Pressed for Monday, November 5th: Two people were killed in a shooting at a yoga studio • one person is dead after two planes collided over Ottawa • two people were killed in an Amazon warehouse • Iran is facing tough penalties • taxi companies are suing the City of Toronto for $1.7 billion.
Pressed for Monday, October 29th - 11 people were killed in a shooting in Pennsylvania • FBI arrested the man behind the pipe bomb packages • the family of Barry and Honey Sherman are offering a $10 million reward for info • the Boston Red Sox are World Series champs • An Indonesian flight carrying 189 people crashed this morning • two U.N. peacekeepers died in Mali.
Pressed for Monday, October 15th - Canada Post workers are on strike • Saudi Arabia said journalist Jamal Khashoggi was killed • at least 59 people were killed in a train accident in India • 700,000 people protested Brexit • advertisers are suing Facebook for inflating video view averages.
Pressed for Monday, October 15th - Sears may have to declare bankruptcy today • landslides in Indonesia killed at least 22 people • Over 100,000 people gathered in Germany to protest the far-right movement • Canada is giving $50 million in funds to Palestine • three people died in Germany after being hit by a plane.
Pressed for Tuesday, October 9th: Brett Kavanaugh was confirmed as a Supreme Court Judge • 20 people were killed in a limo crash in New York • Brazil’s far-right party leader has won the first round of a historic presidential election • Canadians will be allowed to fly high • the UN released its harshest warning on climate change.
Canada and the U.S. finally reached a tentative NAFTA deal • the FBI is investigating Brett Kavanaugh for sexual assault • an earthquake and tsunami in Indonesia killed over 800 people • Facebook got hacked • Elon Musk stepped down as Chairman of Tesla.
Pressed for Monday, September 17th: Typhoon Mangkhut killed at least 59 people in Asia • Hurricane Florence left at least 15 people dead • Maxime Bernier set up his own political party • Paul Manafort confirmed his cooperation with Robert Mueller • a guard was taken hostage by inmates in Kenora, Ontario.
Rapper Mac Miller died at age 26 • George Papadopoulos was sentenced to 14 days in jail • Naomi Osaka beat Serena Williams and won the U.S. Open • Leslie Moonves stepped down as the CEO of CBS • 75 people were sentenced to death in Egypt.
The National Museum of Brazil went up in flames • NAFTA negotiations will continue this week • Google and Mastercard are tracking your transactions • Nicaragua kicked out a team of United Nations human rights advocates • two far-right protests were held in Germany.
A shooting in Jacksonville left at least four people dead • Senator John McCain died on Saturday • Italy let migrants into the country after leaving them stranded for 10 days • Costa Ricans marched in solidarity with Nicaraguan migrants • a bus crash in Bulgaria left at least 16 people dead.
Over 350 people died in floods in India • thousands attended the funeral of two police officers killed in the Fredericton shooting • the U.S. placed sanctions on Myanmar’s military • former UN Secretary General Kofi Annan died at age 80 • another earthquake rocked Indonesia.
An earthquake in Indonesia left at least 95 people are dead • Aimia rejected Air Canada’s offer to buy back Aeroplan • someone tried to assassinate the Venezuelan president • Indra Nooyi is leaving PepsiCo • Portugal is in the middle of a heat wave.
Canada might ban handguns across the country • a massive wildfire killed five people in California • CBS CEO Les Moonves was accused of sexual misconduct • an earthquake killed 14 people in Indonesia • Ontario’s premier and Toronto’s mayor are squabbling over city council cuts.
One woman is dead after a hostage situation at Trader Joe’s • Canada is one of three countries welcoming the Syrian White Helmets • Police have identified the remains of Bruce McArthur’s eighth victim • James Gunn is out as director of Guardians of the Galaxy • Restaurant critic Jonathan Gold died at 57 • 64 fires are burning across Ontario.
France won the World Cup • 12 Russians were charged with interference in the 2016 U.S. election • a bombing in Pakistan killed at least 130 people • wildfires are blazing across B.C. • Scarlett Johansson dropped out of a movie role.