Liberal lawmaker Rad Grawal told Facebook that he would withdraw to focus on his health and family, with Prime Minister Justin Trudo trotting his support for the decision. Here's what you need to know to start your day.
1. Downhill: Oregon Leader Leader Rad Grewal announced he resigned in the House of Commons, as Prime Minister Justin Trudo said Grawall faced "serious personal challenges."
2. Work account: Prior to empty shopping, the federal government has tabled legislation that will force Canadian workers to return to work, with MPs expected to vote today.
3. Top bidder: Five hundred cows, two luxury cars, $ 10,000, two bikes, a boat and several mobile phones consisted of the final price in a fierce child bribery war in southern Sudan that became viral.
4. Weed Weed: The cannabis manufacturer in Ontario cancels one of its products after receiving five appeals that it contains mold.
5. Black Friday: Today millions of Americans and Canadians head to shopping malls to shop, but shopping actually has nothing to do with the origin of Black Friday.
One more thing…
Food envelope: An entrepreneur in Ontario uses beeswax instead of a plastic wrapper to cover the food – a recipe that is gaining speed online and in stores on at least two continents.