Calgarians for and against Trump ponder the implications of his election - CTV News

Gatherings in Calgary on Wednesday went well into the evening as people hashed out what a Trump presidency means for Canada. The University of Calgary School of Public Policy held an event where guest speakers focused on what it all means for the ...

Muslim leader doesn't fear Trump as president - Toronto Sun

A top Muslim cleric is dismissing the campaign rhetoric of Donald Trump, a day after he was voted in as the next President of the United States. During his visit to the Baitun Nur Mosque in Calgary, His Holiness, Caliph Hazrat Mirza Masroor Ahmad said ...

Caliph says Trump's rhetoric on Islam simply a campaign tactic - CBC.ca

The leader of the world's Ahmadiyya Muslims was in Calgary on Wednesday and says he doesn't think there's anything to fear from a Donald Trump presidency. Caliph Hazrat Mirza Masroor Ahmad believes Trump's talk about a "total and complete shutdown ...

Prominent Muslim leader urges calm after Donald Trump's surprise election win - 680 News

Head of the world's Ahmadiyya Muslim community, Caliph Hazrat Mirza Masroor Ahmad, speaks to media in Calgary, on Wednesday, November 9, 2016. Masroor Ahmad says he does not believe the Republican president-elect will go ahead with a campaign ...

Muslim leader doubts Trump will follow through on Muslim ban - MetroNews Canada

“What he was saying was only election campaign tactics,” said Caliph Hazrat Mirza Masroor Ahmad during a visit the Calgary on Wednesday. The Caliph expanded by telling a group of reporters that Muslims, by the majority, are a peace-loving community ...

The Caliph addresses islamophobia and US election results during Calgary visit - CTV News

The world's most prominent Muslim leader, the Caliph, His Holiness, Hazrat Mirza Masroor Ahmad, says spreading the true message of lslam is the best way to thwart Islamophobia. Speaking in Calgary on Wednesday afternoon, the Caliph says there is little ...

Muslim leader urges calm on trip to Calgary after Donald Trump wins US election - Surghar Daily

Does Donald Trump still want to ban Muslims? A look at Trump's ever-changing language. READ MORE: LGBTQ, Muslims, immigrants left feeling scared, discouraged over Donald Trump winHe said Trump will realize the United States can't afford the chaos ...

Troubling to hear woman candidate allege harassment in PC race: Alberta premier - 660 News

EDMONTON – Alberta Premier Rachel Notley says it's troubling to hear a female candidate say she dropped out of the Progressive Conservative leadership contest due to abuse and intimidation. Notley says the PC party needs to seriously investigate.

California movie producer held in $26M New York fraud case - 660 News

NEW YORK, N.Y. – A California movie producer has been arrested on charges in a $26 million New York investment fraud case. Prosecutors say David Bergstein was arrested Wednesday in Hidden Hills, California, and faces an initial court hearing in Los ...

Michael Keaton to play villain in upcoming Spider-man reboot - 660 News

Michael Keaton is returning to his superhero roots, this time as a villain, in next year's Spider-man reboot. Marvel Studios president Kevin Feige confirmed in an interview with the Toronto Sun (http://bit.ly/2fSqBjB ) that Keaton will play Vulture in ...

Contenders for federal Conservative leadership engage in first official debate - 660 News

SASKATOON – Candidates vying to replace Stephen Harper as leader of the federal Conservatives are about to face off in the first of five official leadership debates organized by the party. A dozen people have registered for the race and are expected to ...