• An FBI bombshell lands on Hillary Clinton's clear path to the White House

    Hillary Clinton's waltz toward the White House has just been complicated by a bombshell dropped on her path by the FBI — police announced they are examining new emails three months after they cleared her of criminal wrongdoing. The news jolted markets that have heretofore treated a Clinton victory as a fait accompli. Investigators are now examining the new emails for classified information, Comey said.

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  • 'Daddies' shower their 'babies' with cash and gifts in Toronto's sugar dating scene

    A new documentary called Sugar Sisters: Confessions of a Sugar Baby takes a first-person dive into the world of sugar dating, where young women spend time with wealthy, older men in exchange for cash and gifts. Its creator, Hannah Donegan, spoke with Matt Galloway on Metro Morning about what sugar daddies are looking for and how her partner felt about the whole thing. Matt Galloway: Why did you want to do this?

  • Michael Bublé's new house in Burnaby is getting a lot of attention

    Superstar Michael Bublé is building a giant mansion across the street from his old elementary school and it's going to have a wall that is double the size typically allowed in the city. 

  • Toronto police recover woman's body, car after plunge into Lake Ontario

    Toronto police recovered a woman's body and her car on Friday, a day after the vehicle slammed through a guardrail and plunged off a bridge into Lake Ontario. Police divers went into the water early Friday to bring up the body. Then, more than an hour later, a tow truck and crane pulled out the car, which was on the bottom of a shipping channel.

  • Looking for a place? This B.C. cancer survivor will pay you $1,500 to be his roommate

    Are you looking for a place to live in the Metro Vancouver area, but are sick and tired of listings featuring sky-high rent and outrageous landlord stipulations?

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  • Jim Prentice remembered as a family man at memorial

    Former prime minister Joe Clark says Jim Prentice showed remarkable courage as a politician. Saskatchewan Premier Brad Wall says tributes at a state memorial Friday recognized the former Alberta premier's dedication to his family.

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  • Convicted killer and aviation empire heir Dellen Millard is broke, court hears

    A convicted killer who is heir to an aviation empire told court on Friday that has no money to pay for his defence in two upcoming murder trials. Dellen Millard, who was convicted of first-degree murder along with Mark Smich in the death of Tim Bosma in June, told court he has filed for legal aid. Millard was in court as a judge tries to expedite the process for his legal aid application to ensure the two scheduled trials aren't delayed.

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  • 'It's been horrible': Brandon woman in hospital waiting for surgery hasn't eaten for a month

    It seems like waiting two weeks at a time just for one doctor to get back [to me]," Sharon Ellerington said from her bed at the Brandon Regional Health Centre. Ellerington, 43, was admitted to hospital on Sept. 26 after experiencing severe abdominal pain.

  • Police: Woman rams squad car while taking topless selfie

    Police say a 19-year-old Texas A&M University student who rear-ended a squad car told an officer she was taking a topless selfie. Miranda Kay Rader posted $200 bond after she was charged with drunken driving and possessing alcohol as a minor.

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  • At biker bars and rallies, the message to GOP: This is Trump's party now

    The sounds at this biker bar explain why leaders of the Republican party tiptoe gingerly around Donald Trump, avoid criticizing him, and keep wavering back and forth over whether to endorse him. At a rally of bikers for Trump, they roar against Republican elites. ''Paul Ryan, I've got something for you,'' Gabe Carrera says, drawing cheers from fellow bikers as he raises the discourteous digit.

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  • A P.E.I. driver is suing the city after he struck and paralyzed a cyclist. And it might work.

    A bizarre case, involving a driver who is suing the city of Charlottetown, P.E.I. after he stuck and paralyzed a cyclist, has merit, according to one municipal lawyer.

    Daily Brew
  • More women interested in barbering, says hairstyling professor

    More women want to specialize in men's hair techniques and barbering, says a hair styling professor. It's a trend that's come up and men are taking more care of their beards and so forth," Marcy McIntosh, a hairstyling program coordinating at St. Clair College. McIntosh has been with the program for 18 years and said men are more interested in getting groomed.

  • 'Double standards' for cats and dogs have Sherwood Park woman fuming

    Tracy Irwin set the cat among the pigeons this week when she posted a rant about animal bylaws on several local community Facebook pages. "What kind of insane double standards are pet and home owners going to continue to tolerate?" the Sherwood Park woman asked Wednesday on the social media site, complaining about the different bylaws for cats and dogs.

  • Gang shootings and deaths prompts reassurance from B.C.'s public safety minister

    A "barbaric" crime scene found on the side of a road, shots fired into vehicles in targeted attacks, and murder investigations into the deaths of known gang members have prompted reassurances from British Columbia's public safety minister. Police have linked two murders and several shootings this month in Metro Vancouver to gang involvement. Public Safety Minister Mike Morris said Friday that B.C.'s anti-gang units have their targets set on known gang members and their associates and he's confident they are working hard on the investigations.

    The Canadian Press
  • School bus company, mechanic face 100 charges

    A busing company, an official inspection station and a mechanic have been charged with 100 violations of the Newfoundland and Labrador Highway Traffic Act. Island Bus Service's contract for two St. John's schools has now been terminated, with its contract for schools on the southern shore suspended Friday. "There is absolutely no excuse for an unsafe bus to be on the road given the parameters that we put in our contract and the guidelines they have to follow," said Terry Hall, assistant director of education with the N.L. English School District.

  • Nova Scotia sisters who've lived together 38 years want survivor benefits

    For 38 years, Betty Wilsack has shared her Caribou Island, N.S., home with her sister Margaret Renouf. One of the things he learned, he said, was that when the sisters started talking about their situation they found a community of people with similar concerns.

  • Province releases brook trout to help recreational fishing, spawning

    The P.E.I. government has released 1,000 brook trout this week into Barlow's Pond near Wellington, P.E.I., meaning more than 45,000 fish have been added to the province's ponds and rivers this year. The fish are raised at the Abegweit Biodiversity Enhancement Hatchery in Scotchfort, P.E.I., prior to being released. The province says 4,000 larger brook trout were released into ponds in Borden, Alberton, Kensington and West Point.

  • China goes from red-alert pollution to green energy

    The city of Foshan is in the middle of China's manufacturing heartland. The bus runs on hydrogen fuel cells, unique Canadian technology made in Vancouver by Ballard Power Systems, now installed in engines produced locally by a Chinese partner and investor. "People do see very serious air quality issues in Beijing and probably 50 other cities in China, particularly last year when you had the red alerts.

  • Filipino mayor among 10 dead in clash with anti-drug police

    Philippine anti-narcotics officers gunned down a town mayor and nine of his men in a clash Friday in one of the bloodiest operations since President Rodrigo Duterte launched a crackdown on illegal drugs. Mayor Samsudin Dimaukom of Datu Saudi Ampatuan town, who was killed with the nine others, has been publicly named by Duterte among many politicians he accused of involvement in illegal drugs as part of a shame campaign. In August, Duterte read out the names of more than 150 officials allegedly linked to illegal drugs.

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  • Parents on hook for school earthquake supplies, PAC member says

    When the Big One hits, will your local school be stocked with the emergency supplies that children will need to stay safe and warm in the aftermath? According to Marketa Lund, It depends on how successful the parents are at fundraising.

  • In defence of those weird molasses Halloween candies

    It's not the scent of men's cologne or the nose on a robust glass of red wine — but the taste that fills your mouth when you pop a Kerr's Molasses Kiss in your mouth. Trick-or-treaters either love or loathe the Halloween candies in the orange and black wrappers. - Do those molasses Halloween candies make you salivate or run screaming in the other direction? Leave your comments below.

  • First Nations chief insults premier and BC Hydro CEO over Site C

    West Moberly First Nation Chief Roland Willson has lashed out at Premier Christy Clark and BC Hydro CEO Jessica McDonald in a Facebook post calling them "evil bitches". The West Moberly are one of two First Nations fighting Hydro's Site C dam project in federal court. The post is a photo of a yellow stake planted on the property of Ken and Arlene Boon, two landowners who will have to leave their family home to make way for the megaproject.

  • Bear mauls man walking his dogs at small Alaska airport

    A bear mauled a man out with his dogs before dawn Thursday on a runway of the small airport in the southern Alaska town of Seward, officials said. The unidentified man was walking or jogging with his dogs on the airport's main runway when he was mauled by the brown bear with two cubs accompanying her, said state transportation department spokeswoman Shannon McCarthy. The airport has signs warning that trespassing is prohibited but is not completely fenced in.

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  • Canadian sports doctor who treated elite U.S. athletes guilty of misconduct

    A renowned Canadian sports doctor who helped big-name athletes come back from injuries has been found guilty of professional misconduct related to a years-old offence. The decision against Dr. Anthony Galea whose client list included golfer Tiger Woods and other stars stems from his conviction in the United States for importing unapproved and mislabelled drugs, Ontario's medical regulatory body said in its decision. "He has been found guilty of an offence relevant to his suitability to practise, and he engaged in an act or omission relevant to the practise of medicine that, having regard to all the circumstances, would reasonably be regarded by members as disgraceful, dishonourable, or unprofessional," the College of Physicians and Surgeons of Ontario said.

    The Canadian Press
  • TTC suspects adult riders using student Metropasses to scam system

    Senior officials at the Toronto Transit Commission suspect that an increase in the sale of student Metropasses, plus a corresponding drop in the sale of adult passes, may add up to fraud. At Thursday's TTC board meeting, general secretary Vince Rodo reported that sales of the regular full-price adult monthly pass are down by about five per cent, but that's been more than offset by growth in post-secondary pass sales. TTC Board Chair Josh Colle said the numbers suggest something is amiss.



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