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After more than a year of campaigning by Hillary Clinton and Donald Trump, it all comes down to Tuesday’s 2016 U.S. presidential election day.
The polls have fluctuated in each candidate’s favour; while some states have remained distinctly Democratic blue or Republican red, others are a tossup.
Here’s a look at where the candidates stand in the race to 270 electoral votes —; and a new job in the White House —; the day before it’s all over.
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A number of states are considered solidly Republican. Trump should be able to nab Alabama, Arkansas, Idaho, Indiana, Kansas, Kentucky, Louisiana, Mississippi, Montana, Nebraska, North Dakota, Oklahoma, South Carolina, South Dakota, Tennessee, Texas, West Virginia, Wyoming for a total of 144 electoral votes, according to Associated Press predictions.
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The Democrats can bank on California, Connecticut, Delaware, District of Columbia, Hawaii, Illinois, Maine, Massachusetts, Maryland, Minnesota, New Jersey, New Mexico, New York, Oregon, Rhode Island, Vermont, Washington state, for a total of 200 total electoral votes.
The Associated Press’ numbers take into consideration preference polling, recent electoral history, demographic trends and campaign priorities such as advertising, travel and on-the-ground staff.
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Florida is expected once again to be a major swing state this election. Maine’s 2nd District, Nebraska’s 2nd District, New Hampshire, North Carolina, Ohio, and Utah, are considered tossups. In all, they count for 74 total electoral votes.
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Electoral vote predictions
Clinton 322 versus Trump 216 —; Larry Sabato’s Crystal Ball, via the University of Virginia’s Center for Politics.
“Not even on Clinton’s worst campaign days did we ever have her below 270 electoral votes.”
Clinton 296 versus Trump 240 —; FiveThirtyEight, a site run by Nate Silver, who has been close to perfect in the last two elections, missing just one state in 2008.
As of Monday afternoon, FiveThirtyEight had Clinton at a 68.5 per cent chance of winning, compared with Trump at 31.5 per cent.
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Clinton 203 versus Trump 164 (171 tossups) —; RealClearPolitics, a non-partisan polling aggregate.
“Clinton has kept Trump from catching up to her in the polls so she is still the favourite to win —; but there is some uncertainty.”
Clinton 323 versus Trump 215 —; The Crosstab predicts, via the process: “collect the polls, correct the polls, average the polls, combine the polls, and simulate the election.”
Clinton 270 versus Trump 214 (36 tossups) —; Cook Political Report, an independent, non-partisan newsletter that analyzes elections and campaigns. The newsletter’s prediction, illustrated in the map below, is refreshed daily.
InsideGov | Graphiq
Clinton 323 versus Trump 215 —; Colley Rankings predicts, using a model developed by Princeton University astrophysicist Richard Gott and fellow analysis expert Wesley Colley. The pair have been pretty much spot-on with their predictions for the past three elections.
Clinton 274 versus Trump 170 (94 tossups) —; NBC News released its final projection map Monday, noting Clinton holds “a substantial lead.”
“Clinton has 274 electoral votes in her column —; which is unchanged from last week, and which also is more than the 270 needed to win the presidency.”
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CNN’s latest Poll of Polls gives Clinton a four-point lead over Trump, 46 to 42 per cent.
ABC News/Washington Post tracking poll also shows Clinton ahead of Trump, at 47 to 43 per cent.
Bloomberg’s final national poll showed Clinton ahead of Trump, at 44 per cent to Trump’s 41.
The final POLITICO/Morning Consult of the election shows Clinton ahead with a three-point lead over Trump.
WATCH: Exploring the cultural and political divide in the U.S.
WINNIPEG —; A man who pleaded guilty in two high-profile sex attacks, including one that left a victim near death along the shores of a frigid Winnipeg river, suffers from fetal alcohol spectrum disorder and reads at a Grade 3 level, a court was told Monday.
The man, who cannot be named because he was 17 at the time of the attacks in 2014, also suffers from post-traumatic stress disorder due to sexual abuse he suffered as a child, reads a forensic psychology report entered into evidence.
Testing showed the man’s “full-scale IQ value falling below 70 — considered within an ‘extremely low’ range,” the report states.
The man pleaded guilty earlier this year to two counts of aggravated sexual assault. The Crown wants the man sentenced as an adult, and a four-day hearing on the issue started Monday.
A co-accused, Justin Hudson, 22, has also pleaded guilty to the same charges.
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The two men happened upon a 16-year-old girl on the night of Nov. 7. They robbed her, repeatedly beat her, sexually assaulted her and stomped on her head.
She ended up in the Assiniboine River, crawled out 100 metres away before being attacked again with a hammer.
The girl was found by a passerby the next morning and later became an advocate for an inquiry into missing and murdered indigenous women, however she can’t be named under a publication ban.
Hours after the first attack, the two co-accused came across a 23-year-old woman. She was also sexually assaulted and severely beaten, and spent three days in hospital with a concussion and severe facial injuries.
The younger co-accused told the psychologist he took part in the attacks because he was afraid his companion would attack him if he refused.
“From his viewpoint, (he) perceived a sense of ‘pressure’ to participate in the sexual assaultive behaviour … that likely in part reflects a vulnerability that FASD-affected individuals have toward negative peer influence,” the report states.
If he is sentenced as a youth, the man faces a maximum three-year sentence. As an adult, he could potentially face life in prison.
The psychologist noted the younger man has expressed remorse and guilt for the attacks, but remains a moderate-to-high risk to reoffend.
A couple from Petitcodiac, N.B. are taking their love of hockey to a whole other level, with plans to tie the knot this weekend at centre ice at the Moncton Coliseum.
The Moncton Coliseum is the home of the Quebec Major Junior Hockey League’s Moncton Wildcats.
“We just wanted to it be different and completely out of the box,” said bride-to-be Jana McCully.
On Saturday, she and her fiance, Ryan Ogilvie will say their “I do’s” on the very rink where their love for each other, and for Canada’s favorite game, grew into a passion. The season ticket holders says it’s like a Canadian dream come true.
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“When I first said it, I didn’t think she would go for it,” said Ogilvie, who suggested an ice rink wedding as a joke.
“I like hockey and I watch a little bit of it but it’s mostly for him,” McCully said. “He is my soul mate and my best friend and I have been incredibly happy since I met him, and he changed my life.”
There is no question, McCully is a good sport. For their engagement photos, Ogilvie taught McCully how to skate, something she hadn’t done in 15 years.
“He would not let me go to the engagement shoot unless I bought men’s skates, which don’t have a toe pick, and I cannot stop,” she said laughing at her less-than-stellar skating skills.
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The couple even had special jerseys made up for the occasion, with their wedding date printed on the front and “bride” and “groom” on the backs.
Their wedding programs also look like authentic game tickets, and they designed a commemorative puck.
Their two-year-old son, Reid will be the ring bearer, and will carry a special, long-awaited sign for his dad, who just happens to be a Toronto Maple Leafs fan.
“Dad here comes your Stanley cup,” McCully said it will read.
She says roughly 150 people will take to the seats to cheer them on on their “game day.”
EDMONTON – The Alberta government says it will continue to cover the costs of textbooks and other incidentals for thousands of home-schooled students caught in the middle of a funding fight.
A spokesman for Education Minister David Eggen says parents who are having their children home-schooled through the Trinity Christian School Association can send their receipts to the government for reimbursement.
Parents of home-schooled children can get just over $800 reimbursed per year for items like textbooks.
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That money is usually distributed through the home-school administrator; however, the province is no longer funding Trinity directly.
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Eggen announced last month he was pulling all funding for Trinity and its home-schooling subcontractor, alleging the two agencies were using money for improper purposes.
A judge has since put that decision on hold pending further arguments in January, but in the meantime Trinity – which oversees more than 3,000 students – will not be receiving any funds from the province.
The City of Saskatoon is proposing a 3.97 per cent property tax increase to cover an $8.1 million revenue shortfall in its 2017 preliminary budget, which was released Monday afternoon.
The increase would result in a homeowner paying $67.55 more a year in tax if their property is assessed at $325,000. More than half of that money would go toward snow and ice management, as well as road maintenance.
“When you look at the budget, it’s pretty basic,” Kerry Tarasoff, the city’s chief financial officer, said Monday to reporters.
“It’s snow and ice, it’s the road levy.”
The budget was presented at a governance and priority committee meeting in city hall’s council chambers Monday afternoon. City council is scheduled to deliberate the plan from Nov. 30 to Dec. 2.
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In September, a preliminary budget based on the city’s “best estimates” was released ahead of the civic election. It projected a property tax increase of 3.89 per cent, however officials stressed at the time that the report was not final.
Monday’s proposed total city budget is $1.075 billion, up from $997 million in 2016. Operating expenditures supported by city taxes make up $463.4 million of the total preliminary budget, which is an increase of $18.4 million from 2016.
Transportation is the largest sector in the city’s general expenditures. Officials are proposing to spend almost $44 million specifically on road maintenance in 2017, an increase of roughly $4 million.
Tarasoff said the increase is part of the city’s Building Better Roads initiative focused on incrementally improving Saskatoon’s streets each year. He added that work will likely start to shift from the city’s major roadways.
“You’re going to see a lot of progress in 2017 on neighbourhood roads,” Tarasoff said.
“I think residents will start seeing that in front of door steps more than what they have in the past.”
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Other proposed transportation expenses include roughly $14.3 million in snow and ice management for 2017, compared to $13.28 million in 2016’s budget. Street cleaning and sweeping is proposed to stay almost unchanged, at $3.78 million.
The largest single line item in the 2017 preliminary budget is the Saskatoon Police Service at $96 million, an increase of almost $2 million from 2016. Tarasoff said that number could rise, as police Chief Clive Weighill still has to propose his growth package, which is not included in the proposed budget.
Tarasoff said the proposed property tax increase could move up or down depending on the outstanding police requests and if council wishes to put extra money away to address gaps in infrastructure funding. However, he added that officials are cognizant “there is only one tax payer” to draw from.
“We’ve really pushed the administration hard to be as frugal as we could without affecting service levels,” Tarasoff said.
The city’s total projected debt for the end of 2016 is $338 million. The proposed budget accounts for another $22.6 million in borrowing in 2017.
Proposed capital spending up in 2017
The city is also planning to invest $261.4 million in capital projects in 2017, which is hard infrastructure like a bridge or sidewalk. The amount is a $32.7 million increase from the 2016 approved capital budget.
Utility projects make up roughly 40 per cent of 2017’s proposed capital investments. These include upgrades and maintenance to Saskatoon’s water treatment plant and wastewater treatment plant, as well as Saskatoon Light & Power upgrades.
Tarasoff said the increase is related to the fact that the city is trying to take advantage of financing from the federal government’s clean water and wastewater fund.
“When the federal government provides you funding … you usually have to match it,” Tarasoff said.
“As a result of using those funds, we match those funds and so all of a sudden you’re going to see our capital program go up.”
Officials are also planning on investing $59.63 million in transportation capital projects, which include replacing city buses and further developing its bus rapid transit plan.
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Police say a six-month-old horse died of a possible heart attack after escaping during a break-in at a barn in Sunderland, Ont., while a second horse remained by the side of the dying foal throughout the night.
Durham Regional Police Sgt. Bill Calder said an unknown suspect or suspects broke into the barn on the rural property between 11:30 p.m. Saturday and 11 a.m. Sunday, on Concession Road 5 just west of Highway 7 in Brock Township.
Calder said the suspect then broke through a wired gate, a padlock and a locked door before entering the barn and allowing the horses to escape.
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“It’s unfortunate how that fell apart like that. Obviously they weren’t probably intending to let the horse out but it’s kind of a casualty of the crime,” he said.
“At this point we don’t even think there was anything in the barn worth stealing.”
Calder said police are not yet sure how the horse died, but added that the horse collapsed and died suddenly.
“If they get spooked bad enough they’re prone to actually having heart attacks and that type of thing,” he said, adding the second horse remained by its side.
“It stayed in the same vicinity of the one that collapsed and died on the spot there.”
Calder said the owners of the horse were distraught after finding their dead horse collapsed in heavy brush on their property.
“For them to go out and find their young horse there deceased and the other one there right by it is very upsetting for them,” he said, adding the horse may have succumbed to exposure from the elements.
“It is terrible.”
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The horse’s death comes after a spike in break-ins at out-buildings on rural properties —; where tools and machinery are being targeted in thefts.
Investigators are appealing to the public for information in the case and are warning residents to report suspicious activity and share video surveillance with police.
Calder said unfortunately there was no video surveillance in this case but police are hoping someone will come forward.
Anyone with new information is asked to contact Det-Const. McMaster of the North Division Criminal Investigations Bureau at 1-888-579-1520 ext. 2675 or Crime Stoppers at 1-800-222-TIPS.
Edmontonian, Martin Peeks, has completed the New York City marathon in support of Movember, a global initiative to raise funds and awareness for men’s health issues like prostate and testicular cancer.
The 35-year-old has been taking part in growing a moustache and raising funds for the organization since 2006.
Over the last decade, with the help of teammates, he’s raised more than $40,000 for Movember.
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“I started seeing the difference the funds were making,” Peeks told Global News. He’s since been involved in a number of initiatives and is now a part of the Edmonton Movember Committee.
This year he was approached with a unique opportunity: run with a group of 15 Mo Bros from around the world in the New York City marathon.
Peeks agreed, saying it was a chance to participate in the renowned event and “do good for the community.” He ran the race Monday.
“The run felt great,” Peeks said after the event.
“My time was about what I was expecting as well. I feel much better today than I expected to.”
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The Movember initaitve started back in 2003. Two men met up for a quiet beer in Melbourne, Australia, and the idea that sparked Movember was born. To begin with, only 30 people took part. It’s now grown to more than 5 million Mo Bros and Mo Sistas around the world.
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A big part of this year’s campaign is called “Move”, where people are asked to get moving to keep up with their own physical health, and promote physical activity. That’s where the marathon comes in.
“It’s one of the most physically fit I’ve been in my whole life,” Peeks said.
Peeks has now been inspired to keep up with daily physical activity. “If I’m active, I’m able to avoid some diseases and some forms of cancers potentially, if i’m smart and make the right choices now.”
He also hopes to inspire his kids to do the same.
To donate to Movember or to join Team Global Domo-nation, the Global Edmonton team led by John Sexsmith, visit the team’s Movember page.
Farmers are back out in the fields as record-breaking heat hit Saskatchewan! Find out if it lasts.
Record Breaking Weekend
Historic heat hit Saskatoon over the weekend. SkyTracker Weather
Historic heat hit Saskatoon over the weekend.
Saskatoon shattered daytime high records both Saturday and Sunday with a number of other areas seeing record-breaking heat.
Fifiteen records were broken across Saskatchewan over the weekend as an upper ridge of high pressure brought in a beautiful, warm late fall extended period of heat.
On Saturday, the Bridge City hit a high of 19.3 C, breaking our old record of 18.9 from back in 1949.
Then on Sunday, the city topped out at 19.8, breaking the previous record of 17 from 2009.
Harvest back on @PQuinlanGlobal with game day rockstars 💙 #gojetsgo 💙 #Harvest2016 pic.twitter长沙桑拿/FWMIp7UOAR
— Brenda Cheveldayoff (@chev1farms) November 6, 2016
Glad to see the combines rolling again! Hoping for a long stretch of sunshine and wind for you all.
— Aaron J Spence (@ajspe) November 4, 2016
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Never thought I’d be doing this in November. Glad for the nice weather. #harvest16 pic.twitter长沙桑拿/VojAo0HJR1
— Dennis Sittler (@dennissittler) November 6, 2016
@souleschris @PQuinlanGlobal @Jmitchell147 @jcube64 @cheryl_clhowie @dennissittler winter 4harvest & wheat 2b flat 2 this #harvest16 is here pic.twitter长沙桑拿/yNNZTcrfVW
— Dawn Sittler (@Freckles197529) November 6, 2016
@PQuinlanGlobal November 6 and my pansies are up and blooming! #yxe #flowers #springagain pic.twitter长沙桑拿/xuV6p1bKZ5
— Tanya Callaway (@TanyaCallaway1) November 6, 2016
8 high temperature records were broken or tied in Saskatchewan on Saturday, November 5, 2016. SkyTracker Weather 9 high temperature records were broken in Saskatchewan on Sunday, November 6, 2016. SkyTracker Weather
8 high temperature records were broken or tied in Saskatchewan on Saturday, November 5, 2016.
9 high temperature records were broken in Saskatchewan on Sunday, November 6, 2016.
More records are expected to fall this week with Saskatoon’s record highs on Tuesday being 16.1 from 1923, on Wednesday is 13.9 from 1917. for Thursday is 14.4 from 1905 and on Friday is 14.1 from 1981.
More high temperature records will likely be broken in Saskatoon this week.
Here is your Saskatoon SkyTracker 7-Day Weather Forecast. SkyTracker Weather
Here is your Saskatoon SkyTracker 7-Day Weather Forecast.
A cold front passed through overnight resulting in a cooler start to the work week.
Cloud cover stuck around throughout much of the overnight period as the mercury fell back a degree below freezing by morning.
But then as the upper ridge began to take hold once again during the day, the sunshine returned and temperatures pushed up to 8 by noon!
Not quite yesterday’s 15 degree noon hour temperature, but it’s way above our normal daytime high for this time of year of +1! #yxe #Sask pic.twitter长沙桑拿/RfOIBALhM5
— Peter Quinlan (@PQuinlanGlobal) November 7, 2016
Sunny skies will stick around for the rest of the day as we shoot for a daytime high in double digits this afternoon.
Clear skies will linger overnight tonight allowing temperatures to fall back toward the freezing mark.
Tomorrow should start out sunny with some high clouds moving in midday associated with an upper level warm front pushing through the region before it clears out later in the afternoon.
The mercury will push further into double digits through the day with a southerly wind around 20 to 30 km/h helping to mix down even warmer air, helping us hit a high in the mid-teens.
Some high clouds will move through tomorrow with a daytime high in the teens. SkyTracker Weather
Some high clouds will move through tomorrow with a daytime high in the teens.
Some cooler air will slump in late Wednesday into Thursday before the heat builds back in on Friday.
As such, sunshine should prevail on Wednesday with an afternoon high in the mid-teens before a cooler Thursday with a daytime high likely back into high single digits under partly to mostly sunny skies.
Upper ridge of high pressure hangs on for the work week. SkyTracker Weather
Upper ridge of high pressure hangs on for the work week.
Remembrance Day Friday
Saskatoon should climb back into the mid-teens for Remembrance Day on Friday making for a beautiful day.
It looks like sunny skies should start the day with a moderate southerly breeze before a few clouds build in later on.
It looks as though the upper ridge of high pressure may hold us in the heat for Saturday under a mix of sun and cloud and a daytime high possibly pushing into the low teens.
Late Saturday into early Sunday, a cold front will likely swing through bringing in a chance of showers before clouds clear out for the majority of the day on Sunday with an afternoon high back into high single digits.
This Your Saskatchewan photo was taken by Dwayne Webb of a sailboat at Manitou Beach:
Nov. 7: This Your Saskatchewan photo was taken by Dwayne Webb of a sailboat at Manitou Beach. Dwayne Webb / Supplied
Nov. 7: This Your Saskatchewan photo was taken by Dwayne Webb of a sailboat at Manitou Beach.
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With one day to go before Americans cast their ballots, the final opinion polls suggest the race between Donald Trump and Hillary Clinton is still a tight one – making election night a perfect setup for waging bets.
Online betting sites from around the world are getting in on the action, with some saying the Nov. 8 election stands to be the biggest-drawing political event ever.
Betfair, a U.K.-based online forum (that isn’t available to Canadians), told Reuters that by Sunday, roughly $130 million USD (or $173.8 million CAD) had been wagered on who will become the next U.S. president.
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June’s Brexit referendum, by comparison, saw $159 million USD ($212.5 million CAD) laid down while the 2012 U.S. presidential race only brought in roughly $50 million USD ($66.8 million CAD), a spokeswoman told Reuters.
But bettors can put their money down on much more than just the coveted presidency.
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Gamblers on sites like Manitoba’s Play Now or Ireland’s Paddy Power can place bets on (all odds according to Paddy Power):
Whether Trump will sever ties with the Republican party before the end of the month (4-to-1 odds)Whether Bernie Sanders will form a new party before the end of the year (9-to-1 odds)Whether Trump will form a new party before the end of the year (9-to-1 odds)Whether Trump will come away from election night without a single state (250-to-1 odds)Whether electoral college votes will tie for Trump and Clinton (40-to-1 odds)And whether James Comey will still be the FBI director in 2018 (“no” has 8-to-11 odds, “yes” is even)
Paddy Power hasn’t forgotten Trump’s promise to keep us “in suspense” about his intention to concede the election should he lose. Bettors can wage on a six different time slots up to and including “before midnight” and “after midnight.”
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The latest Reuters/Ipsos poll showed Clinton with a five percentage point lead over Trump in the national survey — 44 per cent to 39 per cent. Races in swing states of Florida and North Carolina, however, shifted from Clinton’s control to being too close to call.
The final CBS News poll, meanwhile, showed a four-point spread with Clinton with leading 45 per cent to Trump’s 41 per cent.
A would-be bettor will probably want to research more than just the latest polls. For one, different online betting sites offer different odds (Bodog, a Canadian Vegas-style site, is offering -550 odds on a Clinton win and +375 odds on a Trump win).
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Polling aggregators like Real Clear Politics and Five Thirty Eight can help put all the data into context so the political gamblers can make safe bets.
Beyond its primary calculation indicating Clinton has a 65.5 per cent chance of winning, fivethirtyeight长沙桑拿 offers a list of “crazy and not-so-crazy” scenarios that could arise from tomorrow’s vote.
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Their analysis indicates a 1.2 per cent chance the electoral college will end without either candidate getting the necessary 270 votes to win, and a mere 0.8 per cent chance Trump and Clinton will tie for electoral college votes (each candidate gets 269).
The most likely scenario listed in the potentially crazy outcomes is that Trump wins at least one state President Obama won in 2012; he apparently has an 87.4 per cent chance of that happening. On the other side, Clinton has only a 65.3 per cent chance of winning a state Republican nominee Mitt Romney won in the last election.
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— With files from Reuters