Maria Richardson

Maria Richardson brings a touch of Irish charm to our News Website www.dailyfrontline.ca as a seasoned journalist and analyst. Renowned for her insightful commentaries, she brings a unique perspective to political issues and investigative reporting. Holding a master's degree in criminology, Maria's stories on financial scams and corruption consistently stand the test of truth. Her unwavering commitment to nurturing the next generation echoes through her work, solidifying her role as an indispensable contributor to our mission for a better future.

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Thomas Crooks, the shooter who killed one person and injured Republican presidential candidate Donald Trump on July 13, may have possessed a collapsible stock weapon, FBI Director Christopher Wray told lawmakers on Capitol Hill on Wednesday. Wray stressed to the House’s judiciary committee that it wasn’t a final conclusion, as FBI agents and other law…

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Canada will showcase speed and strength at the opening ceremony of the Paris Olympics. Six-time medallist sprinter Andre De Grasse and champion weightlifter Maude Charron will carry the Canadian flag during Friday’s parade down the Seine, the Canadian Olympic Committee announced on Wednesday. Live coverage of the unique opening ceremony will be available on CBC-TV,…

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Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu speaks before the U.S. Congress on Wednesday, with some Democratic lawmakers boycotting the appearance, and continuing protests expected in Washington over his hardline government’s stance on the war in Gaza. Netanyahu is assured a warm welcome from Republican lawmakers who arranged his speech in the House chamber, an appearance making him the…

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With just days to go until the opening ceremony of the Olympic Games in Paris, many people may be casting their minds back to more than five years ago, when the city’s treasured Notre-Dame Cathedral was engulfed in flames. It was the evening of April 15, 2019, perhaps the last time so many eyes of the…

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The Bank of Canada cut its key interest rate to 4.5 per cent on Wednesday, with governor Tiff Macklem saying during a news conference that it would be reasonable to expect further rate cuts if inflation continues to ease. The cut was widely expected by economists after inflation eased in June. It marked the central bank’s second…

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Federal immigration officials warned the government it risked undermining the temporary immigration system with the design of the emergency visa program for war-displaced Ukrainians, newly released court documents show. Immigration Department staff raised the concern in a memo to Sean Fraser, immigration minister at the time, shortly after the program was announced. The memos outline…

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Breaking The Canadian Olympic Committee says an assistant coach and a Canada Soccer analyst have been removed from the Canadian Olympic team and sent home after two drone incidents at the Paris Games. Head coach Bev Priestman has also removed herself from coaching the opening game against New Zealand on Thursday. Bev Priestman removed herself…

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Salt Lake City was formally awarded the 2034 Winter Olympics following a Wednesday vote by the International Olympic Committee in Paris, which gives Utah its second Games after hosting in 2002. A watch party was planned at 3 a.m. local time — 11 a.m. in Paris — to celebrate the announcement. Large crowds were expected…

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Swallowing a handful of pills is a daily ritual for many people, from young adults coping with anxiety to older adults managing chronic conditions. Overall, 13 per cent of people in the U.S. take five or more prescription drugs. For those 65 and older, that number is 42 per cent. However, people taking multiple medications…

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