• Parents of Shea Fright, Winnipeg woman killed in Highway 207 crash, speak out

    The parents of Shea Fright, a Winnipeg woman who was killed by an impaired driver on Highway 207 last month, are speaking publicly about the loss of their daughter and urging motorists not to drink and drive. Kelly and Leah Fright fought back tears as they talked on Monday about the day their 29-year-old daughter died. Shea Fright was driving in the early morning hours of June 26 — decompressing after a night working at a Winnipeg bar before going home — when her car was struck by a pickup truck on the highway six kilometres west of Lorette, Man.

  • The Latest: Russian diplomat scoffs at DNC hack allegations

    Russia's top diplomat is declining to fully comment on allegations that Russia was behind the hack of Democratic National Committee emails. Sanders, who battled Clinton in the Democratic primaries, says he's known Clinton since she was first lady almost a quarter-century ago.

    The Canadian Press
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  • Shutting down 'shark finning': US fishermen promise a fight

    American fishermen are digging in for a fight over a proposal to shut down the vestiges of the U.S. harvest of shark fins, prized for soup and traditional medicine in Asia, and send a message to the rest of the world. A bill backed by Sen. Cory Booker, a New Jersey Democrat, and others promises to ban the sale and possession of shark fins to ensure U.S. fishermen and seafood dealers no longer participate in the global fin trade. "America can become a global leader by shutting down the domestic market for shark fins," Booker said.

    The Canadian Press
  • Mom of slain Florida teen warned son of nightclub shootings

    "I told him to look for all the exits if any kind of shooting would go off, to hit the floor, find a table and get out of the way ... because I thought about the people in Orlando. The shooting at a venue tucked in a strip mall also left 14-year-old Sean Archilles dead, and a state and its governor grappling with another tragedy. The massacre at Orlando's Pulse nightclub last month killed 49 and wounded dozens of others.

    The Canadian Press
  • Watch for behaviour changes for clues of dementia onset

    Memory loss may not always be the first warning sign that dementia is brewing — changes in behaviour or personality might be an early clue. Researchers on Sunday outlined a syndrome called "mild behavioural impairment" that may be a harbinger of Alzheimer's or other dementias, and proposed a checklist of symptoms to alert doctors and families. "Historically those symptoms have been written off as a psychiatric issue, or as just part of aging," said Dr. Zahinoor Ismail of the University of Calgary, who presented the checklist at the Alzheimer's Association International Conference in Toronto.

    The Canadian Press
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    The nephew of Rob Ford, the late Toronto mayor who won notoriety for admitting to smoking crack cocaine while in office, has won his uncle's old seat on the city council. The council seat had been vacant since Rob Ford died in March of cancer at age 46. Michael Ford, the son of Rob Ford's sister, won with almost 70 percent of the votes, beating 11 other candidates.

  • New risk for Pokemon Go players?

    Mon, Jul 25: Metro Vancouver police are raising alarm bells over a new so-called "gym" for Pokemon Go players. But as Ted Chernecki reports, it may not be easy to have it moved.

    Global News
  • Wildfire Rages Through California - In Pictures

    Fires crews are battling to constrain the massive wildfires currently blazing in California.  Mountainous areas north of Los Angeles have been ablaze since Saturday, threatening up to 2,000 homes. 1,500 homes in the Santa Clarita area have been evacuated. The flames are currently sweeping through an area of 22,000 acres.  A combination of blistering high and low humidity first sparked the fire on Friday in the Sand Canyon area. Strong winds then fanned the flames and spread smoke, blackening the sky over Los Angeles. Hundreds of firefighters are tackling the blaze, along with 30 water-dropping helicopters and flame retardant-dropping planes.

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  • Indianapolis officer shot, suspect dead after chase, gunfire

    Indianapolis police said one officer was shot and another suffered minor injuries when a suspect in a car chase opened fire on them. The suspect was later killed in an exchange of gunfire with police.

    The Canadian Press
  • Historic solar flight marks first round-the-world journey

    The world's first round-the-world flight to be powered solely by the sun's energy made history on Tuesday as it landed in Abu Dhabi, where it first took off on an epic 25,000-mile (40, 000-kilometre ) journey that began more than a year ago. Since its March 2015 take off, the Swiss-engineered Solar Impulse 2 has made 16 stops across the world without using a drop of fuel to demonstrate that using the plane's clean technologies on the ground can halve the world's energy consumption, save natural resources and improve quality of life. After landing the plane, pilot Bertrand Piccard was greeted outside the cockpit by his Solar Impulse partner and fellow pilot Andre Borschberg.

    The Canadian Press
  • 'It was unbelievable': Nova Scotia family loses home and dogs in fire caused by lightning

    When Michele Coons pulled up to her Queensland, N.S., home this weekend, she couldn't believe her eyes. Coons and her family were at a restaurant in Hubbards when the lightning would have struck. Firefighters at the scene told Coons that it was the hottest fire they'd ever been called to.

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  • Workers, town stare down uncertain future after loss of Dorset Fisheries plant

    The initial shock of losing their fish plant is beginning to wear off in Norman's Cove-Long Cove, and now people in the community are grappling with what the future may hold. About 240 people were thrown out of work when the Dorset Fisheries processing plant at the bottom of Trinity Bay burned to the ground on the evening of July 21. "It was a heartbreak," Charles White, a plant worker, said.

  • NewLeaf's 1st flight departs Hamilton for Winnipeg

    About 150 passengers boarded a Boeing 737-400 at John C. Munro Hamilton International Airport on Monday, headed for Winnipeg in the inaugural flight from the new low-cost air travel company — NewLeaf. "We said we were going to bring low fares to Canadians, and lo and behold we have," said NewLeaf chief commercial officer Dean Dacko. Dacko said millions of Canadians travel past Hamilton every year in search of cheaper flights in Buffalo and Niagara Falls, N.Y.

  • Landspout tornado touches down near Russell, Man.

    "While very photogenic, it was not going to be a severe event," said Natalie Hasell, warning preparedness meteorologist with Environment Canada. Hasell explained that landspout tornadoes are different than tornadoes created by the mesocyclone of a thunderstorm and they are usually not very strong.

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  • Hops take off in Ontario thanks to booming craft beer market

    Drink craft beer? Some of Ontario's farmers have you to thank for a new crop they've added to their arsenal.

  • Halifax council couldn't have stopped Honda parking lot, report says

    Halifax council couldn't have stopped Steele Auto Group bulldozing a north-end neighbourhood to expand its car dealership, according to a newly released information report. Over the last six months, Steele Auto Group bought 25 properties in the neighbourhood bordered by Fern Lane and May, North and Robie streets, with permits to demolish 17 of those.

  • Long's Hill wants solutions to neighbourhood sex trade, illegal activity

    In the wake of a daylight assault on Long's Hill, a St. John's advocacy group is looking for solutions. Jonathan Galgay, the St. John's city councillor whose ward includes Long's Hill, said the city frequently gets complaints about harassment in the area, which is frequented by sex workers. "[Residents are] complaining that residents are actually being approached by those men who are frequenting the area," Galgay told CBC on Monday.

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  • Saint John waterfront transformed into shipping container village for Area 506 festival

    The transformation of Saint John's waterfront into a village of shipping containers to host the Area 506 music and cultural festival on New Brunswick Day weekend is well underway. About 70 shipping containers were dropped off at Long Wharf over the weekend and moved into place for the site design that pays tribute to its host city. "The shipping container village is one of those things that, we said, if there's one cool kind of aesthetic thing that was true to the city, being a port city … wouldn't this be a cool thing for Saint John to do," said Ray Gracewood, one of the organizers.

  • Brooke Henderson has Olympic podium in sight

    One day she is walking the fairways for the first time with the LPGA Tour's best at the Women's Canadian Open in Vancouver as a fresh-faced 14-year-old, and less than four years later she is a major champion, beating world No. 1 Lydia Ko in a playoff at the KPMG Women's PGA Championship. With her remarkable victory at age 18 at the Sahalee Country Club in early June, Henderson scratched a 48-year itch for Canada. Sandra Post was the last Canadian female to win a golf major when she claimed the 1968 Women's PGA Championship.

  • Legal fight over isoHunt and downloading of music files ends in settlement

    VANCOUVER — Music Canada says a settlement has ended a near decade-old legal fight with a now-defunct search engine, which was once one of the most popular websites for downloading songs and movies.

    The Canadian Press
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  • Death Road to Canada an indie game take on The Walking Dead, with Mounties and Elvis

    In the grim darkness of a zombie-infested future, Canada is the only hope. This is the setup for Death Road to Canada, a just-launched video game by a tiny team with somewhat unusual resumés for indie games developers. Death Road is a mix of old-school pixel art, moody lighting, twitch-based reactions and off-the-wall humour. It features moose-riding Mounties fighting off zombies with hockey sticks as well as a wide swatch of recruitable characters: from a dog that can learn how to drive the team's Winnebago to Elvis himself.

  • Surrey gang shooting claims innocent life

    Mon, Jul 25: RCMP confirm two men shot in Surrey over the weekend were likely innocent victims. One man died and as John Hua reports, relatives are calling the pair "good kids with good educations".

    Global News
  • Turcot Interchange work has sleepless St-Henri residents seeing red

    Some residents of Montreal's St-Henri neighbourhood say the round-the-clock construction work on the Turcot Interchange could push them to move if it continues unabated. Yves Lavoie, who lives on St-Jacques Street, said the main issue for him is heavy trucks rolling down neighbourhood streets at all hours, often on streets they're not supposed to be taking. Lavoie said he's been in touch with Dominique Anglade, the Liberal MNA who represents St-Henri, and she's expressed concern about what's happening.

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  • Mike Duffy to see portion of salary clawed back from Senate in latest dispute

    The Senate is going to start clawing back a portion of Mike Duffy's salary after the P.E.I. senator refused to repay nearly $17,000 in disputed expense claims before Saturday's deadline. "As per the independent dispute resolution process, the Senate now must offset Senator Duffy's salary," Delaney said in an email to CBC News on Monday. While Duffy was cleared of all criminal charges, Senate officials have taken issue with a number of expenses raised during his trial.

  • Uncorked wine festival cancelled, organizers say

    The Uncorked Wine and Food Festival set for Aug. 5,6,7 has been cancelled, according to the event's organizers.



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