• Weiner's wife is leaving him amid a new sexting scandal

    Hillary Clinton aide Huma Abedin said Monday that she is separating from her husband, Anthony Weiner, after the former congressman was accused in yet another sexting scandal. "After long and painful consideration and work on my marriage, I have made the decision to separate from my husband," she said in a statement issued by Clinton's presidential campaign. The New York Post published photos late Sunday that it said Weiner had sent last year to a woman, whom it identified only as a "40-something divorcee" who lives "out West" and is a supporter of Donald Trump.

    The Canadian Press
  • Women bare breasts for gender equality on GoTopless Day

    GoTopless Day is celebrated annually on the Sunday closest to Women's Equality Day, marking the day American women earned the right to vote. A few dozen women, and some men, went topless Sunday afternoon as they walked down Broadway in New York City. The event in New York City was one of several planned for cities across the globe.

    The Canadian Press
  • Elderly man denied access to Saskatoon washroom brings to light public access problem

    Scouting out a public washroom can be tough, especially when you need it most. Last week, Jenneffer Albert witnessed an elderly man with a walker begging employees at a Saskatoon Co-op gas station to use the building's washroom. A few weeks earlier, Jessica Green was also told she was unable to use the washroom at the same gas station.

  • Lightning strike kills more than 300 reindeer in Norway

    STOCKHOLM — More than 300 wild reindeer have been killed by lighting in central Norway.

    The Canadian Press
  • Police investigating 2 sudden deaths in Delisle, Sask.

    RCMP are investigating the sudden deaths of a man and a woman, both aged 26, who police say were found dead inside a home in Delisle, Sask., on Saturday. 

  • Trudeau visits China: 6 things to watch

    As Prime Minister Justin Trudeau departs for his first official visit to China, Canada's second-largest trading partner, here are six things to watch. When Stephen Harper first went to China in 2009, the prime minister received a frosty reception and was famously chastised by Chinese Premier Wen Jiabao for not visiting sooner. Trudeau has been critical of the Harper government's handling of the relationship.

  • Newcomer couple cut in knifepoint robbery in downtown Winnipeg

    A 36-year-old man faces several charges after a couple who are new to Canada were robbed at knifepoint in downtown Winnipeg last week. Winnipeg police said the woman and man were approached by a man who tried to sell them stolen goods.

  • Big boats stirring up lakeside harmony in Quebec

    A group of people who live or have cottages on Lake Memphremagog are pushing to have federal laws changed so municipalities can have more control over boat activity on Quebec lakes. "When everybody is on the lake, there is a hell of a lot of people," said Robert Benoît, the president of Memphremagog Conservation. The lake has seen an increase in an array of boats, including monster boats, cigar boats and small boats.

  • Social media sale gone wrong among calls on busy Sunday for Saskatoon police

    Saskatoon police are looking for a suspect after they say a person was robbed at knifepoint after agreeing to sell something over social media. The victim had sold an item to the suspect that was for sale on social media and when the two met in person to complete the transaction, the suspect pulled out a knife, stole the item and left on foot, police said.

  • France meets Muslim leaders, experts after burkini row

    France's interior minister convened Muslim leaders Monday to discuss a French-style Islam that honours the nation's secular values, a task given new urgency after deep divisions surfaced over burkini bans in 30 French beach towns and after terror attacks that also stigmatized Muslims. A high court struck down the burkini bans Friday, but the high-pitched debate that quickly seeped into France's political sphere revealed raw tensions between the secular establishment and sectors of France's estimated 5 million Muslims, the largest Muslim population in Western Europe. The July 14 attack on revelers in Nice, the killing of a priest in Normandy on July 26 and the June killing of a police couple in their home — all claimed by the Islamic State group — have focused tensions on Muslims.

    The Canadian Press
  • CA Farmers Use Advanced Drone Tech to Save Water

    In the drought-stricken West, where every drop of water counts, some California farmers are using advanced drone technology to save the scarce resource. (Aug. 29)

    AP Canada
  • Okotoks RCMP arrest several people after De Winton house party turns violent

    Three men have been taken to hospital and several people arrested after a large house party at a rural home near Okotoks, Alta., descended into violence, officials said. Okotoks RCMP were called to the property, southwest of De Winton, at around 3 a.m. on Sunday. One was airlifted by STARS ambulance to Foothills Hospital with "serious and potentially life-threatening head injuries," EMS spokesman Stuart Brideaux told CBC News.

  • $265K spent to entertain travel writers in Cape Breton in June

    Various levels of government spent $112,000 to wine, dine and escort Canadian travel media around Cape Breton in June but one of the organizers says it was well worth the cost. The total tab of the Travel Media Association of Canada conference was $265,000. The Destination Cape Breton Association, the island's marketing agency, was one of the organizers and hosts and contributed money raised through its marketing levy on hotel rooms.

  • Inmates, public get a say on new made-in-Nunavut Corrections Act

    Nunavut's outdated Corrections Act is getting an overhaul, and five communities across the territory will have a chance to take part in public consultations to help shape the new made-in-Nunavut Act. "The department alone cannot speak to inmate and community safety," said Yvonne Niego, the assistant deputy minister for the department of Justice. The Corrections Act covers everything from proper treatment for inmates to rehabilitation programs and prison oversight.

  • MacEwan University residence fills up as students return back to school

    Tyson Vey, 17, was feeling a mix of emotions as he prepared to move into student residence at MacEwan University on  a chilly Sunday. Vey, who hopes to become an optometrist some day, said none of his friends back home are joining him at MacEwan. Vey is one of around 600 students who moved into MacEwan's student residence on Sunday.

  • More than 100 gather for Reid's Fight for Life rally in Winnipeg

    The steps of the Manitoba Legislative Building were full of people supporting mental wellness in Manitoba on Sunday. More than 100 people gathered for Reid's Fight for Life rally and to talk about improvements to mental health treatment in the province. "[People] can't be complacent, they can't hide behind their doors, they have to get involved," Bonnie Bricker said.

  • Turning ancient rocks into art at Meyer's Minerals in Pasadena

    Some of the oldest rocks in the world can be found in Newfoundland and Labrador. "Certainly, having cut a lot of rocks over the last 20 or 30 years, you do have an idea of what it's going to look like on the inside," says geologist and shop owner Jamie Meyer.

  • Leaside community rallies to remember, celebrate 7 year old killed by careless driver

    On Saturday her family held the second annual Georgia Walsh memorial baseball game: a charity event combining Georgia's favourite sport and raising awareness for safer community streets. "It's both overwhelming and touching," Georgia's mother, Jillian Walsh, told CBC News. The volunteer-run event included a bouncy castle, face painting and a host of other activities, and was centred around an all-star baseball game featuring young players from around the GTA.

  • Man dead after truck hits dirt bike in Maskwacis

    A man is dead and a woman is in hospital after the dirt bike they were riding was hit by a pick up truck in Maskwacis early Sunday morning. RCMP say the pick up truck collided with the dirt bike at around 4:20 a.m. on Highway 611, on the east side of the Samson Reserve in Maskwacis. The male victim, who was riding as a passenger on the dirt bike, died at the scene.

  • The 88-year-old sari company

    Lavanya Nalli tells the story of her family's sari business in Chennai - and her ambitions for its expansion.

    BBC News
  • Peel officer struck by police cruiser was on duty at the time, SIU says

    A Peel Regional Police officer who was seriously injured after being struck by a police cruiser Sunday morning was on pay duty at the time of the collision, according to the province's police watchdog. The Special Investigations Unit says just before 10 a.m. the officer was on assignment at the intersection of Mississauga Road and Barbertown Road near Eglinton Avenue West. Around the same time, police received a report about a break-and-enter and cruisers set out northbound on Mississauga Road to respond to the call.

  • The Latest: Trump says he'll speak Wednesday on immigration

    Republican presidential nominee Donald Trump says he's planning a speech Wednesday on illegal immigration. Libertarian presidential candidate Gary Johnson says he's optimistic about getting into the presidential debates, but admits it would be "game over" if he doesn't make the cut. Donald Trump's chief supporters, led by his vice-presidential running mate, are having trouble speaking for him, especially on immigration policy.

    The Canadian Press
  • Winkler comes together to get bike shop's wheels in motion

    Peter Loewen spent six years building up his bike business, Country Cycle, and in one night it was gone.

  • Austrian experts recover giant tusks of rare mammoth breed

    An Austrian museum team has recovered two giant tusks and other remnants of what experts say are apparently the remains of a rare mammoth breed, after construction crews unearthed them while working on an Austrian freeway. Also found at the site 50 kilometres (30 miles) north of Vienna were parts of the animal's vertebrae. This story has been corrected to show that the museum's name is Museum of Natural History, not Museum of National History.

    The Canadian Press


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