Newspaper article The Canadian Press

--Third NewsWatch-

Newspaper article The Canadian Press

--Third NewsWatch-

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Prime Minister Justin Trudeau is vowing that he and his Liberal party won't indulge in mudslinging or personal attacks in the coming federal election campaign next year.

He told a Liberal fundraiser in Toronto last night he intends to campaign with the positive and inclusive approach he used in 2015 that upended the longtime Conservative government and won his Liberals a majority mandate.

Trudeau expects next year's election could be the nastiest and most divisive yet.

For his part, Conservative Leader Andrew Scheer says he plans to focus on policy. (3)



A lawyer for California professor Christine Blasey Ford is condemning U-S President Donald Trump for mocking his client, who alleges she was sexually assaulted by Supreme Court nominee Brett Kavanaugh when they were teenagers.

At a political rally in Mississippi yesterday, Trump suggested that Ford's sworn account of being sexually assaulted at a high school party by Kavanaugh is not credible.

At one point, Trump imitated Ford, saying... "How did you get home? 'I don't remember.' How did you get there? 'I don't remember.'"

Attorney Michael Bromwich tweets that Trump engaged in a "vicious, vile and soulless attack" on Ford. (3)



R-C-M-P say two missing siblings from Brandon, Manitoba, and their mother have been found safe in Alberta.

Police say the children, ages eight and six, were not dropped off at school Friday after what was supposed to be a two-day legal parental visit with their mom.

When their father went to pick them up, he found they had been absent Thursday and Friday.

Mounties say the mother and children were found in St. Albert, Alberta, and that Jessica Chartier has been arrested and faces charges. (3)



People in Calgary are digging out from the snowiest October day on record for 104 years. …

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