17 Burst results for "Edith Windsor"
"edith windsor" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM
"And seven in canada but when one of the pair died the state slapped her widow edith windsor with a huge tax bill because at the time new york didn't recognize same sex marriage so edith windsor sued the government and won the right to tax exemptions like any other breed spouse the supreme court ruled in favor and they struck down the defense of marriage act honored at humboldt at overjoyed to be here today represent not only the lyric and he's lives have been adversely impacted by the defensive marriage act but those whose hopes and dreams have been discriminatory law it was a big moment that many same sex couples in the us remember so feeling inspired immediately upon hearing that news i just leaned over hugged and kiss john and said let's get married and what did he say luckily said yes and fresh here was our first chance to to get married and actually have one level of our government the federal government say we exist but then we had to figure out where do we get married we can't do it here in ohio which would have been so much easier same sex marriage wasn't legal in ohio at the time john was bedridden and travelling into state to a place where same sex marriage was legal was a huge challenge the only a few states at that time where we could get married but then also figuring out well once we figure out where we can't get married how do we get there you know i couldn't take john to the local airport and fly on delta or american airlines that just wasn't possible and as i researched the possible states maryland quickly rose to the top because maryland was the only state that did not require both people to appear in person to apply for the marriage license so that gave me the ability to fly in by myself apply for the marriage license come back home and then we could could maryland just for the ceremony so that's what we decided to do while then i wasn't going to put john in an ambulance for a car ride to maryland and we couldn't fly commercially so our only option really wants to charter a medical jet to fly the two of us to maryland.
"edith windsor" Discussed on 77WABC Radio
"The body cancer various reasons it protects both sides of the story as bo said it is very important that we know exactly what occurs when an incident occurs and also protects the police officers if they are under attack so i think that you know it is it it was a trial and we're seeing the results of that and but overall i am supportive sale i i i think it makes sense but i do want to wait until the trial izzo before we get a full picture of whether they were effective or not whether they really really we were able to capture everything so i think it's good that they're doing her in a trial basis and we'll see what happens at the end of the day but i do agree with my colleagues share that the raqqa file police officers are demoralized they are really upset about the way mayor de blasio plays politics policing with the pandering that he does so i think we need a mayor who is going to be fair and objective and let the chips floor they may and now and not prejudge incidents let me ask you about edith windsor because tomorrow's her the memorial for her public memorial she of course played a big role and the case that was shot down brought down the defense of marriage act supreme court 2013 which led to same sex marriage that can be a big story tomorrow where do you all stand on samesex marriage well actually don't know so i figured i i did to the gay pride parade people evolve i did city a by the gay pride parade i kissed more guys on the cheek that i ever thought i am all people whatever you wanna do as long as your own palm someone else supportive of sociallyinclusive there are some people appear that boat against marriage with the same sex i vote for it and let people do what the la want.
"edith windsor" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM
"Grants to sanctuary cities attorney general jeff sessions had threatened to withhold the grants in retaliation for limiting cooperation with the trump administration's immigration policies police have arrested an 18yearold man in connection with yesterday's london subway bombing in pierre's frank langford reports of authorities picked him up in the port city of dover police in the county of kent made would authorities are calling a significant arrest in the case citing confidentiality their investigation authorities declined to name the suspect yeti kingdoms threat level remains a critical meaning another attack could be imminent a homemade bomb inside a white plastic buckets in a fireball through a subway train yeah saturday morning the attack sent thirty people to the hospital according to england's national health service must injuries were flash burns and none were lifethreatening police said they interviewed on fortyfive witnesses and collected more than seventy images invidia regarding blast deuba tag is the fifth of its kind in the united kingdom since march frank linked at npr news london richmond virginia preparing for a pro confederate monument rally today police shutting down streets and restricting weapons such as baseball bats mason's sticks mallory no pain of member station wbt f reports and out of town confederate heritage group is organizing the rally about seventy people have signed up to a attend on facebook and counterprotestors have events planned as well because no one has filed for a permit police find sure what to expect richman mayor love our stony says the city is hoping for the best but preparing for the worst i don't care whether you live here or you're coming here the bottom line we expect you to obey the law because i guarantee we will enforce police are roping off assembly areas around the cities robert e lee monument and say they won't hesitate to make arrests if fights break out for npr news i'm mallory no pain in richmond and this is npr news news and this is wnyc in new york i'm david first new yorkers came out yesterday for the funeral of gay rights activist edith windsor who died earlier this week at the age of eighty eight former city council speaker christine quinn says she'll remember windsors fighting spirit i want folks remember that i really believe he he wants us to keep fighting and on as positive that if we don't she'll haunt us in our dreams windsor was the plaintiff in the.
"edith windsor" Discussed on C-SPAN Radio
"The last operating room in which steve scalise had surgery number eleven had to be closed because of a sewage leaked two days later the main operating ram made up of about twenty smaller operating rooms is in the hospital basement and some of the rooms are under bathrooms as front page of usa today if you're interested in that story i'm also this morning the washington post editorial board says an overdue debate at last a senate vote on authorizing foreign military operations this took place on the floor of the senate yesterday sarah rand paul republican kentucky pushed for an amendment that would require a new law authorisation of military force the washington post says though the amendment voted down by the senate on wednesday would have not solved any of the problems of with the current a ams that date back to two thousand one sponsored by senator rand paul longtime critic of us efforts abroad it call for repeal the two thousand one aumf and the two thousand two authors asian of forced iraq on a sixmonth delay while the amendments supporters argue that the ticking clock what a force lawmakers to collaborate in drafting an improved revised a you'll laugh there's no guarantee that a gridlock and congress gridlocked congress would have been able to produce civilan time so it's good news that mr pas amendment to the annual defence spending bill failed but it's also good news that it reached the senate floor and garnered as many votes as it did you missed that that debate go to our website c span dot org you can find it there and then also many of you know plaintiff edith windsor died yesterday she was it was her case against the defense of marriage act as the supreme court she was victorious in that case eu windsor hero jim over file who was the writer of this piece is the lead was lee played tough in over fall versus hodges the 2015 case in which their supreme court held that samesex couples have a constitutional right to marion he in this piece the sas in this piece this morning says any windsor is a hero and he says it's because the p so many people consider eater hero she became are here because of her courage in fighting.
"edith windsor" Discussed on X96
"Edith windsor she has died at the age of eighty eight edith windsor was gay rights activist whose landmark case led the supreme court to grant samesex married couples federal recognition for the first time and rights to a host of federal benefits that intel them only married heterosexuals at enjoy she died on tuesday in manhattan she was eighty eight her wife judith case in windsor confirmed her death at a hospital but did not specify 'cause i think it was that she was old four decades after stonewall which fueled the fight for lesbian gay bisexual and transgender rights in america ms windsor the widow of a woman with whom she had live much of her life became the lead plaintiff in what is rightly widely regarded as the second most important supreme court ruling in the national battle over samesex marriage rights the windsor decision which came in 2013 excuse me came in 2013 was limited to thirteen states and the district of columbia but in a more expansive ruling the court of bugging said other states which it will true but it gave a samesex couples had a constitutional right to mary anywhere in the nation so she the thirteen states first pass this loop through the windward decision jose you can get married in these states eu and then uh with the utah you know kitchen versus herbert versus herbert vans what what what's expanded of but she'd been a longtime gang rights activists the got him back in court who an alleged peepingtom yin layton he focused on a latent apartment complex yes onestop shopping some good people there is just one window negga deepen steven calendar roy scheduled to be back in court on tuesday on charges that he secretly recorded women with years phones rue their windows on several occasions according to a.
"edith windsor" Discussed on KQED Radio
"The day but that's deemed the government position always in that's what the opposition to complain about that they governments say they are open in say they have you know open for dialogue but what they actually doing government goes against democracy and human rights and all that so the government say they're open to talks the opposition half demands who has the power here well the european union said that if the gut man didn't agree to enter talks they might be sanctions against in as well so that might be a decisive factor also the opposition doesn't want to be seen as not open to dialogue so i think there is a chance that these two sides will eventually talk and get to some agreement on some practical measures they'll be elections later this year and see what if the situation changes leonardo russia to the us now where the celebrated gay rights activist edith windsor has died at the age of eighty eight she was best known as the plaintiff in the successful supreme court case that struck down of federal law lord defining marriages between a man and a woman that victory eventually cleared the way for samesex marriage across the united states i allstar correspondent in los angeles peter bows have significant edith windsor had been in the equal rights movement very significant she really was a trailblazer her actions late in huge part two marriage equality for gay and lesbian people by arguing that she wouldn't have to pay death duties if she'd been allowed to be married to her samesex partner they had been together for forty four years they were actually marketing canada in two thousand and seven when her wife the aspired diet elizabeth windsor was ordered to pay three hundred thousand dollars in federal estate tax and she sued the us government she argued that the provision of the law which defined marriages between a man and a woman prevented her from getting a tax deduction due to mary couples and she said it was unconstitutional while the us supreme court agreed it was a landmark ruling 2013 it paved the way for other court rulings that really increase the rights of samesex couples and then of course a couple of years later the supreme court grunted gay couples the right to marry across the.
"edith windsor" Discussed on WDRC
"News the woman who brought us a prima corte's that strong down parts of the federal law that banned samesex marriage has tied edith windsor was 88 some florida sports teams back in their home state after obama bag we gold those tampa bay buccaneers defence of lima jearl mccoy any video posted jusin scrammed page on tuesday showing him driving up to the bucks practice facility in tampa this is the team announced they will go forward with their home opener at raymond james stadium sunday against the chicago bears the jacksonville jaguars also look into place on that ever bank stadium against the tennessee titans this is the jagr's returned home from houston tuesday after waiting on arm of all in their game against the texans over the weekend some of florida's proteins are beginning their erma relief efforts with the tampa bay lightning and florida panthers teaming up with the nhl and the players association on a joint donation of two point seven million dollars that napolitano fox news film telling the story of boston sara thon bombings have driver jeff bouwman has had its us debut at the hospital where he and others injured in a 2013 attack retreated dozens of people tended the screening of the movie stronger at the spalding rehabilitation hospital it'll be in theaters september 22nd lee sylla sarah fox news radio channel free early warning weather from the talk of connecticut mostly clear overnight low 55 partly sunny and warm wednesday highs in the low 80s showers possible thursday highs again in the low 80s showers friday highs in the upper 70s get the latest forecast on line at.
"edith windsor" Discussed on KKOB 770 AM
"Cbs news i'm gary nunn a parade of alist performers and personalities tonight taking part of the handtohand televised benefit for victims of storms harvey and erma erma death toll in the southeast and the caribbean is topped fifty at least thirteen of those in the us a florida keys hardest hit cbs's is elaine kiana was in rim rod key the florida keys are one hundred twelve miles long but citing safety concerns officials are only allowing residents who evacuated to return just thirty three miles in those who did evacuate are trying to get in at a checkpoint near the upper keys residents slept in their cars and waited for hours justicy if they still have a home but his anxious residents lost patience tensions rose i have water i have i have dogs i get to my one of the way power remains are for hundreds of thousands most of them in florida about six million homes and businesses still in the dark good but not nearly good enough says president trump now that the un security council is voted tougher sanctions on north korea the president said it was nice that the un security council voted fifteen did nothing to ramp up sanctions on north korea but he says the package which is own un ambassador called the strongest ever isn't strong enough those sanctions are nothing compared to what ultimately will have to happen mr trump speaks to world leaders at the annual meeting of the un general assembly in new york next week steven portnoy cbs news the white white house edith windsor has died she was a gay rights activist whose landmark eishin the supreme court pave the way for legalization of samesex marriage nationwide cbo senior legal analyst andrew cohen explains at windsor was not trying to make a history situation out of her case she filed the lawsuit not because she wanted to be a cultural icon or the named plaintiff in in this soreq lawsuit not because of a headlines but because she wanted a tax refund and the laws of.
"edith windsor" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030
"The day we do have a chance of a few showers high temperatures get into the low 80s now back to the cbs evening news new hampshire governor chris noonan who said a team of state prosecutors today to help police investigate an alleged attack on a young boy by teenagers the boy's family calls it a hate crime michelle miller is following this images of an eightyearold with road burns and neck bruising have gone viral his mother posted then claiming our son was hung after being pushed off a picnic table by two 14yearold boys in claremont new hampshire two weeks ago miles off my grants lori slattery is the child's grandmother i always lost them how he survived that without eight internal injuries is amazing for me i think he had a guardian angel out there after the alleged incident the boy was medevac to dartmouth hitchcock medical center where he was treated and released the family says the pictures were posted to bring attention to the case because they claim police were not responding fast enough the eightyearold is biracial 28 years on the force ever get a call and a hate crime we have we have we have investigated it related crimes clermont police chief march chase says he can't discuss details because every one involved is a minor but he says they are taking this case seriously i have faith that my officers are doing everything and anything they can to further investigate this this little boys under and the boy's grandmother told us he was also taunted with racial slurs and back this community gathered tonight to denounce racism anthony no word yet on when this investigation will be complete michelle miller with a very upset and case hampshire thanks michelle edith windsor a champion of gay and lesbian rights died today in new york in two thousand nine one her longtime partner died windsor was forced to pay in a state tax unlike heterosexual spouses so she sued leaving two landmarks landmark supreme court decisions that gave samesex couples the right to marry edith windsor was 88 a pilot got lucky at just the right time while trying to land in plain ville connecticut monday morning the singleengine cessna swerved toward a parking lot kit struck of tree which cushioned the fall the pilot who seventy nine.
"edith windsor" Discussed on KIRO Radio 97.3 FM
"House in the keys was impacted in some way or another rock long the fremont this is the fundamental above in some parts of lord of there were encouraging signs in jacksonville hit by massive flooding the worst in a century the floodwaters seemed to have reached their peak in some areas the floodwaters are now receding restoring power though is another story around seven million customers have lost power and the head of florida power and light says he cannot predict when power will be fully restored president trump on thursday will survey the damage in florida one of the president's pointman when it comes to tax reform says he's optimistic congress will act in the next few months the white house continues pushing for tax reforms to be passed by the end of the year treasury secretary steve mnuchin says he's hopeful it can be backdated to january 1st 2017 he says that would be a boon to the economy but mnuchin allows americans in some high tax states like new york and california might not see a reduction as the reforms would eliminate deductions for state and local taxes cbs's steven portnoy the president says the latest un security council sanctions on north korea were not nearly strong enough but the state department's defending them i think in a really good spot we've had two unanimous un security council resolutions within period of about a month and that shows that the world is acting together that the world is acting together and worried and tremendously concerned about it destabilizing activities of north korea spokeswoman heather nauert three astronauts including two americans are heading for duty in space right now at a liftoff mark vat a high alex adema's irking at joe akaba lifting off had now on their way to the international space station three aboard a soyuz space crafter was launched from kazakhstan about an hour ago gay rights pioneer an activist edith windsor has died her supreme court case four years ago pave the way for legalization of samesex marriage around the country saving a senior legal analyst andrew cohen recalls chief filed the lawsuit not because she wanted to be a cultural icon or the named plaintiff in an historic lawsuit not be because of a headlines the because she wanted a tax refund and the laws at the time refused to recognize her samesex marriage edith windsor was eighty eight the way the.
"edith windsor" Discussed on The Lead with Jake Tapper
"That the country is facing but also the extent to which many states are bound these assting fossil fuel economy there i think get perfectly happy that hillary clinton as the foil even if democrats acknowledges she has every right to say whatever she wants of course he has every right to say but as you know i mean there is a question for democrats yeah there's all these young democrats like ice in here i think who like rather turn the page law that's the question in amanda i mean like you're republican a republicans happy the hillary's out there chart yes absolutely i mean there's a lot of reponse even if donald trump's problems it's very likely they are going to go to the theme playbook they're gonna nominate somebody led george mcgovern against nixon and nixon is going to win again nixon being trump of course in this scenario they're going to doubled down on liberalism and continue to ignore republican concerns and voices they're setting themselves up to fail again at a time when a lot of the republican coalition is expressing clear unease mean all those business leaders who abandoned trump after charlottesville kind of left a trail of problems for democrats in 2018 to 2020 because they reflect the reality that his approval rating among collegeeducated white voters for example suburban white voters are usually staunchly republican is lower than any republican president uh you know he's in the mid thirty's mean there are opportunities there the question is can democrat speak to the voters who are uneasy with trump's definition of the republican party and although we only have ten seconds but i mean that's not where the rest roots activists want the democrat party to go they don't want him to be following the uh gutierrez is up the world yeah work folks just want you to talk plainly and that that's what's going on a bench people are getting involved because somebody down the street from him asked him to come over and call their members of congress about healthcare that's why people are involved right now it's not a politician on their tv all right great panel thanks so much and keep on all jason uh and amanda enron as it for the lead i'm jake tapper and after an you over to wolf blitzer he's right next door in the situation room thanks for watch him.
"edith windsor" Discussed on The Lead with Jake Tapper
"Thirteen of the sixteen their produce the most natural gas twenty one of the twentyfive that produce the most oil if you look at the broadest measure of per capita carbon emissions by state he won twenty seven of the thirty two states that emit the most carbon clinton won fifteen of the eighteen that emit the least i feel that the it it follows that same pattern with democrats dominating in the low emission states which tends to be coastal states that are moving away from the industrial economy they're not resource producing states and republicans dominating in those heartland states that are not only energy producers but often big manufacturers more racially homogenous more culturally conservative fewer immigrants the energy divide now follows the broader political divide and finding a national common cause over that division is very challenging very challenging indeed i wanna talk a turnout to hillary clinton's a book tour sarah sanders the white house press secretary was asked about whether president trump will read the book which seem to to cute way to ask the question raised the subject of the book here's what i sarah sanders had to say and i think it's sad that after hillary clinton ran one of the most negative campaigns in history and lost and the last chapter of her public life is going to be now defined by propping up book sales with false and reckless attacks no you are actually i saw you in up you're actually reading the book you have a copy of the book and a lot of people on tv talking about a you're actually breathing yeah i mean if you like politics ethics worthwhile to read this book eloquent as being hammered for not admitting making mistakes but there is one mistake she doesn't met in the book which i think a lot of people should pay attention to is in the chapter called country roads which is about west virginia where she talks about how she made a comment saying that they're going to put coal companies and call workers out of business and how she's kinda surprised that that backfired because had people listened to the.
"edith windsor" Discussed on The Lead with Jake Tapper
"We're back with some disappointing news and our health lead republican senator john mccain who is battling a deadly form of brain cancer underwent an mri monday at the national institutes of health and apparently his first round of chemo in radiation was not enough his office days of the doctors are recommending more of both treatments mccain is hoping to maintain a full working schedule on state of the union sunday i spoke with a longtime senator and former presidential candidate about the road ahead good faith challenge but i've faced other challenges and i'm very confident about uh getting through this one as well and there's two ways of looking at these things and one of them is to celebrate i am able to celebrate a wonderful life and i will be grateful for additional time than i have our thoughts and prayers are with senator mccain and his family turnouts of politics into major developments in the russia probes sources confirmed a cnn that certain members of president trump's legal team thought that jared kushner the president's soninlaw and top adviser should have stepped down the summer due to his prior meetings with russian officials and businessmen the wall street journal was first report that story meanwhile the daily beast is now reporting that russian operatives used fake facebook accounts to organize anti immigrant rallies in the us during the two thousand sixteen presidential campaign cnn justice correspondent jessica schneider reports tonight word that white house attorneys discussed jared kushner stepping down a senior adviser in the spring to protect the president during the russia probe according to sources the wall street journal first reported the development demeaned worry that kushner was the adviser closest to the president who had many contacts with russian officials and business leaders during the campaign and transition the record and documents i have pulled off voluntarily provided.
"edith windsor" Discussed on The Lead with Jake Tapper
"Engaging an imaginery enemy the combined force of tanks i'll tillery can grind fire she countries united on the battlefield south korean 'support covers for us marines on the ground the us military says that this kind of life fire drill is vital to make sure that they know high to cooperate to communicate to fight alongside their south korean counterparts that this is why this training happens throughout the year here in south korea now goes i say that that i have a specific enemy in mind wolf that during these drills it's not necessarily had north korea sees it us marines are always prepared for a for a fight it doesn't really matter who's on there uh and you know we we uh we do our best to not specify a particular teach a particular enemy pyongyang youngest cool joint exercises radical and dangerous proof of a hostile american policy intent on invading the north the for the us marine division if he'd a train you can't fight you're relieve their there to strengthen their bond that we have with them that we have a common understanding for that combined arms approach to conflict so it allows us to be able to shoot move and communicate across the battlefield we're if that battlefield media to nationalities fight side by side showing pyongyang if you engage warned you fight boasts a china and russia have suggested that these conduct drill should be put on hold said that north korea can put its nuclear and missile programme on hold it's a suggestion washington does not accept and one official has called insulting take or a paula hancocks thank you so much sources tell cnn some members of president trump's legal team discussed presidential soninlaw and top advisor jared kushner stepping down from his white house position why what did they think were so concerning stick around will discuss.
"edith windsor" Discussed on The Lead with Jake Tapper
"Because they've invested too much into it and it's really the only leverage that they feel they have on the global stage it's written into the constitution since 2013 that they will be at a nuclear power north korean officials find the idea that more sanctions would somehow caused that change course now absolutely absurd and ridiculous frankly they've gone all in on this and they feel that this is all they have their nuclear weapons are what they believe will eventually lead them to a better future even if in the short term it means diplomatic isolation and economic hardship and jake you know what that is 5 o'clock every morning alarm your favorite the other creepy morning alarm for the entire country will then the new un security council resolution as happens it had to be boy that's the so creepy it had to be watered down to convince russia and china to get on board is there anything that china and russia are are willing to do in order to impose a full oil embargo on north korea to freeze kim jong owns assets would they ever go that far at this point no i mean i think russia and china clearly understand what the north koreans have told me repeatedly as well any action directly against their supreme leader kim jongun they would consider tantamount to an act of war you remember what happened with the movie the interview and in that hack on sony pictures entertainment by by pudding kim jongun its name on sanctions by by blacklisting him putting him at a freezing his assets or travel ban linked to his name at that would be that would certainly provoke a very strong response from the north koreans i think that's something that china and russia don't want to risk that's also the reason why they they vetoed the the full oil embargo that the us wanted and why they also have insisted that north korea's airline air koryo continue flying that was also taken off the sanctions bill and obviously we've heard all these stories about starvation and the people of north korea suffering in this regime.
"edith windsor" Discussed on MyTalk 107.1
"She big each donated one thousand dollar these were the victims of hurricane perma and libido they need that money to the miami diaper bank doubt in florida atlantic magazine yankee so much wealth heading before we move along we do have to you know we we marked tire notable passing i have a favorite soap opera guy on and we also have a another notable passing today edith windsor who her landmark supreme court court case tracked down the defense of marriage act in 2013 giving um in a samesex marriage federal recognition and benefits now now he's asked away at the age of eighty eight she really became like a gay rights and her rockstar by all she wanted was the tax refund so whole guy you know they did the defense of marriage act something had bill clinton did and any way would eat is wanted she lived at this woman for forty years and they were legally married in canada than two thousand in seven and then her wife far passed away in two thousand nine mess windsor inherited her state put the ira has denied hurry the unlimited spouse exemption from federal estate taxes mary two available the married stray people night and she had to pay taxes of three hundred and sixty three thousand dollars that really made her mad as it were there anybody as it would like okay if i weren't this i could get it if i you know if i stood up my leg and liquid put it behind my at you mean i could i would not have to pay three hundred sixty thousand answer so she sued claiming that the law by recognizing only marriages between a man and woman unconstitutionally singled out samesex marriage partners for different treatment and the supreme court overturned now that and blablabla in so she she ran away she does the she was third trailblazer and it was this that was not right that the fact that she wasn't married to a man and she did try be married to a man you know be fire yeah before what blows me away is that was only 2013 yeah well he filed did she she started fighting in two thousand.
"edith windsor" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM
"The city's future that any the information you'll need to start your day tomorrow on morning edition in other news federal prosecutors in new york are asking for nearly thirty years of prison for a former rikers island prison guard found guilty of beating an inmate to death the new york times reporting that in 2012 officer brian coal repeatedly kicked ronald spear in the head while other officers held him face down on the floor a witness said that after the beating kohl said to spear remember i did this sphere later died the us attorney's office has made violence at rikers a major focus in recent years and mayor de blasio has vowed to close the jail edith windsor has died her suit against the federal government wound up becoming a landmark two thousand thirteen supreme court case legalizing gay marriage she was eighty eight years old and windsor spoke to john hawke and very on the take away in december two thousand thirteen describing her joy at being an icon for the gay community it's like this is a huge love affair between me in the whole gay community and there i can't walk down the street without people for stopping me to say thank you a thrilling windsor lived in new york since 1950s seven when she started working as a computer programmer for ibm she married her first wife the aspire in canada in two thousand seven it sunny and warm this afternoon tonight will be partly cloudy lows in the mid 60s currently it's seventy seven degrees.