#1 — CBC | Justin Trudeau, Gilles Duceppe face spotlight of Tout le monde en parle
With only a week left in the federal election campaign, Liberal Leader Justin Trudeau and Bloc Québécois Leader Gilles Duceppe both appeared on Radio-Canada’s popular talk show Tout le monde en parle, hoping to parlay the airtime into votes.
#2 — CNews | Western University student struck by vehicle while walking on campus dies of injuries
LONDON, Ont. – A Western University student struck by a vehicle while walking on campus has died, the first pedestrian death on campus in 15 years.
#3 — CTV | NDP ramps up offensive against ‘secret’ TPP deal with new attack ad
The NDP is stepping up its offensive against the Trans-Pacific Partnership with a new attack ad designed to drum up support for the party as the October 19 Election Day draws nearer.
#4 — Global | First NDP legislation would be to hike corporate taxes, says Tom Mulcair
NANAIMO, B.C. — Restoring a respectful approach to dealing with First Nations would be the issue Tom Mulcair would most want to be remembered for if he becomes prime minister, but the first piece of legislation his government would introduce is a hike on corporate taxes, the NDP leader said Sunday.
#5 — Postmedia | Why you should feel a bit squeamish about poll results
Before we get tangled up with margins of error, methodologies and whether or not people actually tell the truth when a total stranger calls to ask for their opinion, let’s get one thing straight: polling firms are not in the business of gauging voter intention in this or any other election – they’re in the business of helping companies sell stuff.
#6 — BBC | Delhi police question two men after girl of four raped
Indian police are questioning two men in connection with the rape of a four-year-old girl in the capital, Delhi.
#7 — CNS | Bolton: Excluding Ballistic Missiles from Iran Nuke Deal Was ‘Fundamental Flaw’
(CNSNews.com) – Iran on Sunday test-fired a long-range ballistic missile with a claimed new precision guidance system, less than three months after the Obama administration pushed through a U.N. Security Council resolution that unshackled Iran from some previous restrictions on missile activity.
#8 — Fox | Turkey prime minister says ISIS suspected of carrying out deadly Ankara bombing
Turkey’s prime minister said Monday that the Islamic State terror group (ISIS) was suspected of carrying out Saturday’s double suicide bombing at a peace demonstration in Ankara that killed at least 97 people.
#9 — DM | Plane wreckage ‘containing many skeletons and painted with the Malaysian flag is found on remote Philippine island’
Plane wreckage containing ‘many skeletons’ and painted with the Malaysian flag has reportedly been found in the Philippines, prompting speculation it could be missing MH370.
Police confirmed they had received reports of the discovery in thick jungle on the remote island of Sugbai.
#10 — WT | Islamic State grows in Afghanistan, encroaches on Kabul as U.S. remains ‘passive observer’
The Islamic State is growing at an alarming rate in Afghanistan, within striking distance of the capital, and there does not seem to be a concerted U.S. effort to strike the terrorist army as there is in the Syria-Iraq war theater.