Guest column: Basic income would be an affordable and compassionate response to poverty

Bread trail links Letters editorials WINDSOR, ON. OCTOBER 8, 2019. — A homeless man sleeps in front of The Downtown Mission on Tuesday, October 8, 2019. For files. (DAN JANISE/The Windsor Star) homeless, poverty, downtown Photo by Dan Janisse /jpg article content An act to develop a national framework for a guaranteed livable basic income … Read more

Live Election Updates: Suspended Parliament Predicted, ‘No Way’ Scott Morrison Can Form Government

The Project’s Waleed Aly made a surprise election prediction as the vote count begins. Aly predicted that Labor would win, but warned it could be “chaos” if there is a pattern of low primary votes for the majority. “I see a Labor government and I don’t know if it’s a minority or a majority, that … Read more

North Korea: Washington, Seoul Step Up Measures to Stop Pyongyang – But Offer COVID-19 Help | World News

The United States and South Korea have agreed to expand military exercises to counter the threat from the North, while offering help to Pyongyang to address the COVID-19 outbreak. Speaking of a visit to Seoul, US President Joe Biden expressed concern about the North’s growing nuclear capabilities and said it would meet with its leader … Read more

Ukrainian doctor who documented war horrors is missing

Ukrainian doctor who documented war horrors is missing – CBS News Watch CBS News A Ukrainian medic filmed the horrors of Mariupol on a Go-Pro camera. Medic Yuliia Paievska treated children, Ukrainian and Russian soldiers during the early days of conflict in eastern Ukraine. Paievska managed to get the footage to journalists evacuating Mariupol one … Read more