National NewsTRUDEAU FACES TENSE MEETING WITH PREMIERS; Ottawa believes gun ban would cost too much SHARE ON: James Bowler, contributor, Friday, Dec. 7th, 2018 Carbon tax likely top grievance to be aired during First Ministers’ meetingJustin Trudeau will likely be facing off against some angry leaders today in Montreal. The PM is hosting his fourth first ministers’ meeting and provincial and territorial leaders are prepared to bring their grievances to the table. Doug Ford is the top critic in the group, suggesting he’ll attend the meeting to talk to Trudeau about his job-killing carbon tax.Report suggests gun ban could cost feds up to $2 billionOttawa may avoid an all out gun ban across Canada because it will cost too much. The Star reports feds are considering other measures, like tougher rules for gun owners and more restrictions. An internal government poll reportedly found 70 per cent of Canadians would support a ban, but the cost to buy back guns could be up to $2 billion.Trudeau says Ottawa’s hands are clean in Chinese executive arrestJustin Trudeau says Ottawa had no part in the arrest of Huawei’s CFO. The executive was taken into custody in Vancouver earlier this week. Trudeau says his office was notified about the planned arrest a few days before. The executive is wanted in the US for alleged trade-related crimes and China is calling the arrest unjustified.Protect your home from carbon monoxide leaksBC officials are warning residents to be prepared following several cases of carbon monoxide poisoning. Emergency Health Services says every home needs to have carbon monoxide detectors, especially this time of year. Officials say homeowners should also be getting appliances inspected for any leaks. Nearly two dozen people were hospitalized due to various carbon monoxide leaks across the province this week.Broncos GoFundMe comes in second globally for 2018Canada’s top fundraising campaign is coming in second across the globe. For all of 2018, the GoFundMe Campaign created in the wake of the Humboldt Broncos tragedy was the second-highest in the world, raising $15.2 million. It was seven million short of the #MeToo aligned US fundraiser Time’s Up, which raised legal defense funds for women victimized by sexual harassment or abuse.