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  • 20.05.2017 06:08

    HONOLULU, Hawaii – Two U.S. fighter jets were summoned Friday to escort a flight from Los Angeles to Hawaii after an unruly man was subdued by passengers and flight attendants, who used a drink cart to block him from the front of the plane. The man,

  • 20.05.2017 04:56

    WASHINGTON – President Donald Trump told Russian diplomats last week his firing of “nut job” James Comey had eased the pressure on him, even as the FBI’s Trump-Russia investigation had moved into the White House, according to repor

  • 20.05.2017 02:32

    The New York Times cited notes from a May 10 Oval Office meeting, the day after Trump fired Comey.

  • 19.05.2017 23:32

    Ryan Laforge wants his members to get security certificates and then have them use handcuffs on people, they believe, are possible pedophiles.

  • 19.05.2017 22:56

    WEST WARWICK, R.I. – The site of a nightclub fire that killed 100 people in 2003 is reopening Sunday as a memorial park to honour the memories of those who died, the more than 200 people injured and the many people who rushed to help in the minutes,

  • 19.05.2017 22:56

    Police say just after 6 a.m., the young bear wandered into the area of Renfrew and East Hastings Streets. It got spooked and ran up a tree.

  • 19.05.2017 21:44

    OTTAWA – A made-in-Canada solution to help softwood producers and workers weather the storm of U.S. duties has been delayed at least until the end of May. It has been almost a month since the U.S. Department of Commerce slapped import duties of thre

  • 19.05.2017 18:44

    MONCTON, N.B. – A lawyer for the RCMP says evidence at its Labour Code trial stemming from a 2014 shooting rampage in Moncton, N.B., will show the force exercised due diligence in rolling out its carbine rifles program. The RCMP is accused of allege

  • 19.05.2017 18:08

    Many restaurants are tidying up their patios as temperatures are expected to soar this long weekend, helping boost their bottom lines.

  • 19.05.2017 17:32

    The latest on developments in financial markets (All times local): 9:35 a.m. Stocks are edging higher in early trading on Wall Street as traders look over a mixed bag of earnings reports. Heavy equipment maker Deere & Co. jumped 6.6 per cent in early

  • 19.05.2017 17:32

    LONDON, Ont. – Ontario’s premier is announcing this morning that the province is taking steps toward a high-speed rail corridor between Toronto and Windsor. The government says Ontario is the first province to undertake a “rail transform

  • 19.05.2017 17:32

    There are several big, family-friendly events taking place across the Lower Mainland from the Cloverdale Rodeo to a car show at VanDusen Botanical Garden in Vancouver.

  • 19.05.2017 16:56

    The nice weather is likely welcomed by many, but it comes with a warning from both Avalanche Canada which says the risk for slides on the South Coast is variable heading into the weekend.

  • 19.05.2017 14:32

    SHIPPAGAN, N.B. – A thunderstorm that raged across northern New Brunswick has knocked out power to thousands of residents and left streets littered with utility poles. More than 4,000 people were without power today due to heavy winds that knocked d

  • 19.05.2017 12:44

    Six stories in the news for Friday, May 19 ——— RONA AMBROSE WON’T VOTE IN LEADERSHIP Interim Conservative party leader Rona Ambrose says she won’t cast a ballot in this month’s vote to choose a permanent leader. Ambrose tells The Canadia

  • 19.05.2017 11:32

    WASHINGTON – A sizable majority of rural Americans backed Donald Trump’s presidential bid, drawn to his calls to slash environmental rules, strengthen law enforcement and replace the federal health care law. But last month, many of them struck

  • 19.05.2017 08:26

    NORMAN, Okla. – Tornadoes touched down in three Plains states on Thursday during nasty spring storms featuring ominous cloud formations but there were no reports of major damage, serious injuries or deaths. The National Weather Service logged nearly

  • 19.05.2017 07:14

    TORONTO – More than 120,000 homes and businesses in Ontario, Quebec and New Brunswick were without power late Thursday after thunderstorms and powerful winds swept through the provinces. Hydro-Quebec was reporting more than 66,000 outages, with abou

  • 19.05.2017 00:06

    VANCOUVER — The Vancouver Police Department says its members will walk in the city's Pride parade this year. The department says representatives have been in discussion with groups including the Vancouver Pride Society and police officers will be allowed to take part, although some changes will be made. A department news release says no marked police vehicles will be included in the 2017 parade ...

  • 18.05.2017 21:32

    TORONTO – Officials from the country’s largest pension fund say they’d welcome the opportunity to invest in Canadian infrastructure but there’s been a limited supply of suitable assets available to purchase. The CEO of the Canada P

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