Prince Harry, Meghan Markle expecting 1st baby in spring 2019 —

Prince Harry and his wife Meghan Markle are expecting their first child in the spring of 2019, around a year after their glittering wedding injected Hollywood glamour into the British royal family.

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LOW: CNN’s Lemon Calls Kanye West A ‘Minstrel Show’ And Brings Up His Dead Mother — peoples trust toronto

https://ift.tt/eA8V8J Leftists pour hate on Ye after White House appearance, Trump hugs. Vía https://ift.tt/2NEblm2

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Era of bank secrecy ends as Swiss start sharing account data — peoples trust toronto

https://ift.tt/2pyLz9s October 5, 2018 By Michael Shields ZURICH (Reuters) – The era of mystery-cloaked numbered Swiss bank accounts has officially come to a close as Switzerland, the world’s biggest center for managing offshore wealth, began automatically sharing client data with tax authorities in dozens of other countries. The Federal Tax Administration (FTA) said on Friday […]

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New documentary looks at real people behind hit musical ‘Come From Away’ —

The film offers a closer look at the real people behind the now world-famous story of the central Newfoundlanders who opened their arms to thousands of airline passengers and crew members stranded when U.S. airspace was closed following the 9/11 attacks.

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Trudeau sets date to apologize for ‘absolute moral failure’ of turning away Jewish refugees —

Prime Minister Justin Trudeau has set a date to formally apologize for Canada’s decision to turn away a boat full of Jewish refugees fleeing Nazi Germany in 1939.

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Alex Storm, the Canadian treasure hunter who discovered two 18th century shipwrecks, dies at 80 — National Post

Alex Storm, who has died aged 80, was a Canadian treasure hunter who discovered two valuable 18th century shipwrecks: Le Chameau and Feversham, off the treacherous shores of Nova Scotia. Le Chameau, a wooden pay-ship of the French Navy, went down off the Fortress of Louisbourg in a storm in 1725 with the loss of…

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