Oh my pugness! 11 things every pug lover needs from cakes to shower curtainsThese precious pets make great companions, and we can’t get enough of pug themed products in our homes and kitchens too. Pug party, anyone?15:48, 11 SEP 2017Updated15:13, 20 DEC 2017Who are you looking at? (Image: Getty Images) Get daily updates directly to your inbox+ SubscribeSee our privacy noticeThank you for subscribing!Could not subscribe, try again laterInvalid EmailWith their wrinkly face and curly tail, we’ve fallen in puggy love with these distinctive dogs that sport a glossy coat and a compact, muscly body.They were brought over from China in the 16th century and were once the preferred pets of the rich and famous, sitting on the laps of nobility like the Dutch royal family and Queen Victoria herself.Nowadays, everyone can give a pug a virtual hug. If you put pugs into Instagram you find over four million posts on these cute little poochies.
Bollywood’s favourite Befikra, actor Ranveer Singh is all set to blow out 33 candles today. Ranveer made his debut in 2010 with Band Baaja Baaraat and is best known for films like Dil Dhadakne Do, Lootera, Bajirao Mastani and “Padmaavat.” Ranveer is currently shooting for Rohit Shetty’s Simmba. On his 33rd birthday, here’s a look at his journey so far..
Plus co hosting on the View. Now DWTS her new book subsequent tour. It would be nice to see her step out of the public eye and go back to nursing. SubscriptionsGo to the Subscriptions Centre to manage your:My ProfileFinance Minister Jim Flaherty says he will push for a new private sector plan allowing small firms, employees and even the self employed to pool resources on new, low cost pensions (Jeff McIntosh/Canadian Press)By CBC NewsFinance Minister Jim Flaherty said now is not the time for mandatory increases for Canada Pension Plan premiums.Flaherty’s comment comes ahead of a meeting on Monday with provincial and territorial finance ministers, who are expected to put up fierce resistance to his proposed pension reforms.In an interview on Monday morning from Kananaskis, Alta., Flaherty told CBC News that Canada’s economic recovery remains fragile and the Conservative government is worried about “putting more burdens on employers and employees.”Flaherty surprised his provincial colleagues last week when he said he won’t be proposing any CPP expansion because not all provinces were on board. Instead, the minister said he would be pushing a new private sector plan allowing small firms, employees and even the self employed to pool resources on new, low cost pensions.Quebec Finance Minister Raymond Bachand, however, agreed with Flaherty’s position on Sunday in an interview with the Globe and Mail.Read more.Should CPP premiums be expanded now? Would you support a pooled private sector pension plan without CPP increases? Let us know in the comments below.Internet freedom: Should government have the ability to shut down the internet?The Egyptian government shut down access to the internet and the country’s cellphone data network early Friday, according to media reports. Internet and cellphone data service was unavailable throughout the country, making it impossible for news of the protests.