TOP CLICK: The week that was in viral stories


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Whether it’s local news, provincial and national politics, or the world of celebrities and sports, we’ve got you covered.

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Some stories set the world on fire. And these are the most popular online stories from the past seven days that Sun readers like you have clicked on.

Here are our top stories:

KINSELLA: Chrystia Freeland disconnected and her Disney gaffe

Rising inflation is at the heart of Canadians’ concerns. It’s why many most often wake up with cold sweats and are stressed about buying groceries, paying a mortgage or rent, or getting ready to visit a food bank. due to reckless spending by the federal government.

So when Finance Minister Chrystia Freeland said she was cutting her family’s Disney+ subscription and encouraged others to take similar action, it didn’t go down well. Warren Kinsella’s take on Freeland’s deaf and disconnected advice is quite astonishing. Enjoy!

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WARMINGTON: School board told Oakville trans teacher with giant prosthetic chest to dress how she likes

It may seem super obvious, but the bigger the breasts, the more support is needed. And that’s exactly what a transgender teacher from Oakville Trafalgar High School has on her school board.

The Halton District School Board told the workshop instructor, who wears a blonde wig and massive prosthetic breasts with highly detailed nipples, that she can continue to dress however she wishes, likely because that an official staff dress code could lead to a discussion of accountability and/or discrimination, something no school or school board wants, Joe Warmington reported.

That said, while the teacher continues to do an outstanding job and would be appreciated by her students, others – including Warmington – are still baffled by what is allowed.

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Madonna (TikTok)
Madonna (TikTok) Photo by TikTok

Madonna Leaves Fans Baffled After Twerking In Lingerie: ‘It’s Starting To Scare Me Now’

Madonna has never been one to shy away from sharing too much, but her latest social media posts have fans alarmed. In her latest attention-grabbing video, the 64-year-old queen of pop danced and twerked in a black bra and fishnet tights. But it was her face that made people wonder what was going on.

Mark Daniell tried to get to the bottom of it – but failed because who the hell knows what’s going through Madge’s head?!

American philanthropist Melinda French Gates arrives for the White House Correspondents Association Gala at the Washington Hilton Hotel in Washington, DC on April 30, 2022. (Stefani Reynolds/AFP/Getty Images)
American philanthropist Melinda French Gates arrives for the White House Correspondents Association Gala at the Washington Hilton Hotel in Washington, DC on April 30, 2022. (Stefani Reynolds/AFP/Getty Images) Photo by Stefani Reynolds/AFP /Getty Images

Melinda Gates’ new boyfriend is a former Fox News reporter

Apparently, many readers wanted to see Melinda French Gates leave her ex-husband Bill Gates.

Here’s what Denette Wilford found out about Melinda and her new boyfriend, silver fox Jon Du Pre: He’s a former Fox News correspondent turned communications specialist, they’ve been together for several months, and at 63, that means the philanthropist wasn’t on the prowl (but how fun would that have been to read?).

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Now, whether the two are serious or just having fun remains to be seen. Maybe a bit of both?

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More than 1,000 people – striking CUPE education workers, members of other unions and supporters of the public – picketed the constituency office of Brantford-Brant MP Will Bouma on Friday, November 4 2022 in Brantford, Ontario.  About 55,000 CUPE education workers began the first day of their strike on Friday, deemed illegal under Ford government legislation.
More than 1,000 people – striking CUPE education workers, members of other unions and supporters of the public – picketed the constituency office of Brantford-Brant MP Will Bouma on Friday, November 4 2022 in Brantford, Ontario. (Brian Thompson/Brantford Expositor/Postmedia Network) Photo by Brian Thompson /Brantford Expositor/Postmedia Network

LILLEY: Facts do not support school union demands on wages or education cuts

The education unions and the Ford government are at war. Yes, yes, as they went back to the bargaining table and the kids have since gone back to school, before that the union leaders were certainly educated on how to exaggerate the so-called low wages for put the public on their side.

So let him trust Brian Lilley to break down the numbers and uncover the truth behind CUPE’s complaints and how irrelevant their demands are. You just need to believe in real facts.

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