In the fourth of InternetNews Chief Anchor and Senior Editor Lisa LaFlamme’s interviews with the main federal social gathering leaders, NDP Leader Jagmeet Singh talks about his key platform pledges, a minority authorities situation and the progressive vote. Here’s what else you want to know to begin your day.

1. Debrief on the desk: As speak of future coalitions dominates the ultimate week of the marketing campaign, NDP Leader Jagmeet Singh tells InternetNews Chief Anchor and Senior Editor Lisa LaFlamme that his social gathering is the one true progressive selection to counter the Conservatives.

2. Election points: Famous Canadian Rick Hansen is amongst these residing with disabilities questioning why accessibility has not develop into a extra distinguished election marketing campaign subject.

3. Syria ceasefire: The U.S. and Turkey have agreed to a five-day ceasefire within the Turks’ lethal assaults on Kurdish fighters in northern Syria after U.S. President Donald Trump abruptly pulled American troops from the world.

4. Blue buckets: While some U.S. dad and mom are giving their children blue buckets this Halloween to signify a toddler with autism, a number one Canadian advocacy group says it opposes the pattern for “singling out children.”

5. ‘Effing Filet O’ Fish’: A chef at an Edmonton restaurant has modified the title of a tongue-in-cheek burger after he was informed to stop and desist by quick meals large McDonald’s.

One other thing…

Junk meals cravings: A new examine means that not getting sufficient sleep has virtually the identical impression on our meals selections as smoking hashish and may provide the munchies for candy and fatty meals.

Junk food

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