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  • 23.05.2017 18:56

    JACKSON, Miss. – Mississippi is violating the federal law that enabled the state to rejoin the union after the Civil War, a civil rights group alleged Tuesday in a lawsuit over school funding. The lawsuit filed by the Southern Poverty Law Center on

  • 23.05.2017 18:20

    MONCTON, N.B. – A top Mountie has testified at the national police force’s Labour Code trial stemming from a 2014 shooting rampage in Moncton, N.B., that the carbine rifle program was a “high priority” for the RCMP. Deputy Commissi

  • 23.05.2017 17:44

    WASHINGTON – The message from a senator to the government ethics office: Use your authority to force the president to reveal how many waivers he’s granted to ex-lobbyists in his new administration. That was Republican Sen. Chuck Grassley’

  • 23.05.2017 17:08

    LOGY BAY, N.L. – The smelly remains of a large whale attracted dozens of people to a small cove on Newfoundland’s northeastern coast over the weekend. People gathered on the rocky shoreline of Outer Cove on Monday to get a glimpse of what appe

  • 23.05.2017 16:32

    DUBAI, United Arab Emirates – Bahrain police firing tear gas and shotguns entered a town on Tuesday morning where a monthslong sit-in has supported a prominent Shiite cleric who had his citizenship stripped by the government. At least one protester

  • 23.05.2017 16:32

    JOHANNESBURG – South Africa’s city of Cape Town is instructing people to severely restrict water use because of the area’s worst drought in more than a century. The city, a major international tourist destination, said it is experiencing

  • 23.05.2017 16:06

    TORONTO — Temperatures this summer are expected to feel like "whiplash,'' and may swing between hot and cool over the course of the season, a top meteorologist says. The Weather Network released its summer forecast Tuesday, and chief meteorologist Chris Scott said it may feel like being on a teeter-totter. "When you're going down, before you reach the bottom, someone jumps on ...

  • 23.05.2017 10:00

    Unlocking value Commercial sale-leaseback arrangements appear to be rising, on the back of strong valuations for commercial properties. In a sale-leaseback agreement, an owner sells a property and leases it back for the long term. Avison Young has listed 1476 West 8th Avenue, home to the Girl Guides of Canada, and 1985 West Broadway, owned by Wawanesa Mutual Insurance Co., touting the properties’ proximity ...

  • 23.05.2017 08:08

    Child exploitation experts say they’ve detected a spike in reports of online “sextortion” cases involving teen boys. The Canadian Centre for Child Protection says 65 boys reported incidents to Cybertip.ca in 2015-16 — an 89 per cent incr

  • 23.05.2017 08:08

    TORONTO – Temperatures this summer are experiencing “whiplash”, and may swing between hot and cool over the course of the season, a top meteorologist says. The Weather Network released its summer forecast Tuesday, and chief meteorologist

  • 23.05.2017 03:20

    AUSTIN, Texas – Each morning, Joanna Smith’s 7-year-old son pulls on a T-shirt and shorts, boasts how fast he can tie his sneakers and heads to school. An honour-roll student who loves science and spelling, he often stays after class to run on

  • 23.05.2017 01:34

    INDIANAPOLIS – Carrier Corp. is releasing a timeline for eliminating 632 jobs at the company’s Indianapolis factory — work that will be outsourced to Mexico. Company officials said in a letter released Monday that 338 jobs would be cut by July

  • 23.05.2017 01:32

    RIO DE JANEIRO – Embattled Brazilian President Michel Temer says he will only leave office if forced out because stepping down would be an admission of guilt in a corruption scandal that has led to growing calls for his ouster. In an interview publi

  • 23.05.2017 01:32

    Extra volunteers have been brought on board by North Shore Rescue as the team gears up for, what it calls, a very busy summer season.

  • 23.05.2017 00:20

    CARACAS, Venezuela – Venezuelan President Nicolas Maduro is accusing protesters of setting fire to a government supporter, saying what he calls “Nazi-fascist” elements are taking root inside the opposition’s ranks and contributing

  • 22.05.2017 22:32

    JERUSALEM – U.S. first lady Melania Trump on Monday visited a leading Israeli hospital that is also known as a centre of coexistence between Arabs and Jews. Mrs. Trump was in Jerusalem with President Donald Trump, who is on a two-day visit to Israel

  • 22.05.2017 21:56

    A senior gas analyst expects prices to go up - but only temporarily- now we've hit the unofficial start of summer.

  • 22.05.2017 21:20

    If you thought bringing SkyTrain to the Tri-Cities might increase crime in the area, Port Moody Police say that's not the case.

  • 22.05.2017 20:08

    Temporary "don't feed the animals" signs are up along the waterfront in Steveston, after a young girl was dragged into the water by a sea lion.

  • 22.05.2017 19:32

    NEWPORT, R.I. – Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg says his quest this year to visit every state he hadn’t before is about building relationships, not politics. The 33-year-old billionaire wrote in a Facebook post that some users have asked if the t

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