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All of the models below feature Fire TV already built-in, so you can immediately stream popular titles like Bridgerton, Girls5eva, Hamilton, WandaVision, Stranger Things, Tom Clancy’s Jack Ryan, The Crown, The Boys, The Marvelous Mrs. Maisel, The Mandalorian and so much more.
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Instant access to Netflix, HBO Max, Hulu, YouTube, Disney+, Prime Video and so much more will soon be yours. Alexa is included in the remote, so browsing will be a snap. Shoppers are just as shocked by the quality of this TV as we are by this incredible price!
“I am honestly very pleasantly surprised with how much I like this TV,” wrote a delighted shopper. “As far as clarity goes, I believe 720p is plenty for this screen size...I have been very pleased with the Wi-Fi reception of the built-in Fire TV. It actually works a lot better than the USB plug in external fire sticks, for whatever reason.”
"This TV was one of the few things I’ve bought just for me," shared a satisfied Amazon shopper. "I spend more time working in the kitchen than anyone else, and this perfectly sized TV is exactly what I wanted. The picture is perfect, the unit is super light and compact, and I love having only one remote. It was a breeze to set up, everything meshed with my existing Fire account, so I only had to sign in to my other apps, such as Sling. The TV was a bargain..."
Thinking a little bigger? Amazon has this Toshiba 43-inch Smart 4K Ultra HD TV — Fire TV Edition on sale for $240, or $110 off for Prime members only. Alexa is included in its remote. So if you’re not a fan of endlessly scrolling through a grid of movie titles (and really, who is), you can just say, 'Alexa, play 'Sound of Metal,' and she’ll make your wish come true. Shoppers are in love with this TV's picture and sound, thanks to Dolby support.
"...This specific TV has Dolby Digital sound and I never had a TV that sounded so great," raved a savvy shopper. "[It] has Dolby Digital sound and I never had a TV that sounded so great! No soundbar. It was almost as if we were in the theater..."
As a Fire TV Edition, this model lets you stream movies and shows from Netflix, Hulu, HBO Max, YouTube, Disney+, Prime Video, Paramount+, Peacock and more without buying a separate device. You'll get eye-popping colors and exceptional picture quality — a rarity at this price point. There are three ports for hooking up a soundbar (for deeper and richer audio), a video game console and a Blu-ray player.
"The beautiful vivid colors and very easy setup blew me away," raved a happy Amazon reviewer. "I had it set up in minutes and I’m not good at setting up electronics. The sound is really smooth and well blended. I can’t explain this sound but it’s far superior to my Samsung in the living room, shocking! What a great product and for the price, not sure you can beat it. Love the Fire feature.... Everything is loaded, Netflix, Hulu, Amazon Prime, Disney.. all done in minutes. Yippee!"
OTTAWA — The National Advisory Committee on Immunization said Thursday people who got the Oxford-AstraZeneca vaccine as their first dose should get Pfizer-BioNTech or Moderna for their second shot. On June 1, NACI had said AstraZeneca recipients "could" get Pfizer or Moderna for their second shot if they wanted, but Thursday went further to say an mRNA vaccine was the "preferred" choice. "Since NACI first looked at mixed vaccine schedules, new evidence is starting to emerge suggesting immune res
LOS ANGELES (AP) — Frank Bonner, who played a brash salesman with an affection for polyester plaid suits on the TV comedy “WKRP in Cincinnati,” has died. He was 79. Bonner died Wednesday from complications of Lewy body dementia, said his daughter, Desiree Boers-Kort. The actor died at his home in Laguna Niguel, south of Los Angeles. He had been diagnosed about three years ago with the disease that leads to worsening mental and physical complications. “WKRP in Cincinnati" aired from 1978-1982 and
NAIROBI, Kenya (AP) — Ethiopia’s government is urging an African Union body to “immediately cease” a new commission of inquiry into allegations of abuses in the country’s Tigray region, where months of deadly conflict have led to warnings of famine and “ethnic cleansing.” An Ethiopian foreign ministry statement on Thursday criticized the independent inquiry as “misguided” and lacking legal basis and proposed a joint probe instead. But members of the new commission, created under the African Comm
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OTTAWA — An Australian who fed information to police about outlaw bikers and later won refugee status in Canada has lost a bid to sue federal officials over delays in processing his asylum application. The Supreme Court of Canada has declined to hear Stevan Utah's appeal of a lower-court ruling that dismissed his action because a two-year limitation period had passed. Utah, an Australian citizen, witnessed a serious crime by members of the Bandidos gang in his homeland, leading to his role as a
National Advisory Committee on Immunization (NACI) is now recommending that individuals who received a single dose of the AstraZeneca COVID-19 vaccine be given an mRNA vaccine, Pfizer-BioNTech or Moderna vaccine, for their second dose.
TORONTO — A man who helped lead a school trip during which a teenage student drowned told an Ontario court Thursday he suspected something had gone wrong when he saw a helicopter hovering near one of the campsites on the third night of the outing. Eren Howell, a longtime private sector wilderness guide now working as a firefighter, was in charge of one of the youth groups on the trip to Algonquin Provincial Park in July 2017. Howell said he started to think "something was up" after spotting the
WARSAW, Poland (AP) — Warsaw’s Jewish history museum opened an exhibition Thursday featuring works by a renowned Polish artist that confront the lingering and melancholy presence of the Holocaust in Poland, where Nazi German forces carried out their destruction of Europe’s Jews and other atrocities. “Wilhem Sasnal: Such a Landscape” opened Thursday at the POLIN Museum of the History of Polish Jews. The dozens of paintings and drawings on display confront the Holocaust in the nation’s physical an
EDMONTON — A health spokesman says two patients at Calgary’s Foothills hospital have died from the Delta variant of COVID-19 — and one had been fully immunized. Kerry Williamson with Alberta Health Services says the two patients, a man and a woman, were in their 80s, had significant co-morbidities and probably acquired the virus in the hospital. "It’s important to remember that even after immunization, it's still possible to contract COVID-19," Williamson said Thursday in a news release. "Howeve
PODGORICA, Montenegro (AP) — Montenegrin lawmakers on Thursday ousted a pro-Serb government minister who has denied the 1995 genocide in Srebrenica and passed a resolution condemning the massacre, in a vote that has shaken the new government and exposed a rift within the Balkan country’s ruling coalition. Parliament voted 43 to 27 to replace the Human and Minority Rights Minister Vladimir Leposavic for disputing recently that the killing of some 8,000 Bosniak Muslims in Srebrenica by Bosnian Ser
VANCOUVER — The future of COVID-19 could look a lot like seasonal flus or other common illnesses like measles or pneumonia, British Columbia's deputy provincial health officer says. Dr. Réka Gustafson said it's hard to speculate on the longevity of COVID-19 but public health officials are preparing for a shift to more typical communicable disease management based on the characteristics and behaviour of the virus. "We certainly wouldn't be surprised if this virus turns into one of the circulating
WINNIPEG — The mayor of a usually quiet rural Manitoba community says people are on edge and concerned as the search for a homicide suspect moves closer to the Ontario boundary. "People who never used to lock their doors are now locking their doors," Debbie Fiebelkorn, the mayor of the Rural Municipality of St. Clements, northeast of Winnipeg, said Thursday. It's a place where everyone knows each other, Fiebelkorn said. But, she added, Eric Wildman is a stranger to her. Wildman, 34, is a suspect
SEOUL, South Korea (AP) — North Korean leader Kim Jong Un ordered his government to be fully prepared for confrontation with the Biden administration, state media reported Friday, days after the United States and other major powers urged the North to abandon its nuclear program and return to talks. Kim issued the order Thursday during an ongoing ruling party meeting in Pyongyang and while making clear how the North should respond to the direction of U.S. policy under President Joe Biden, the Kor
OTTAWA — Green Leader Annamie Paul is asking party brass and the prime minister to give her "the space to unify" the party ahead of a general meeting that could serve as a referendum on her leadership. Party executives have demanded Paul publicly reconcile with Green MP Paul Manly — and repudiate a former adviser's remarks about antisemitism — or else they would begin a process that could trigger a leadership review when grassroots members meet in August. Paul also sees menace beyond the walls f
OTTAWA — The judge poised to be the first person of colour on the Supreme Court of Canada says he experienced discrimination "as a fact of daily life" while growing up. Prime Minister Justin Trudeau nominated Ontario Court of Appeal Justice Mahmud Jamal to the top court Thursday to replace retiring member Rosalie Abella. Born in 1967 in Nairobi, Kenya, to a family originally from India, Jamal moved two years later to Britain. In a questionnaire submitted as part of his application to the Supreme
WASHINGTON (AP) — The Democratic-led House, with the backing of President Joe Biden, passed legislation Thursday to repeal the 2002 authorization for use of military force in Iraq, a step supporters said was necessary for Congress to reassert its constitutional duty to weigh in on matters of war while detractors worried that it would embolden militia or terror groups operating in the region. The repeal legislation was passed overwhelmingly by a vote of 268-161. Forty-nine Republicans voted for t
WINNIPEG — The rush to get initial doses of COVID-19 vaccines in the Prairies appears to be weakening — not stalling but definitely slowing down — with the rate of the eligible population getting a first shot hovering around 70 per cent in the three provinces. Canada's chief public health officer, Dr. Theresa Tam, is warning that the country has to up its vaccination game, so efforts are being made to persuade more people to roll up their sleeves. "We're seeing sort of a saturation of first dose
OTTAWA — Human Rights Watch and Amnesty International say Canada detains thousands of asylum seekers every year in often abusive conditions where people of colour appear to be held for longer periods. The two leading human rights organizations documented in a joint report how people in immigration detention, including those fleeing persecution and seeking protection in Canada, are regularly handcuffed, shackled and held with little to no contact with the outside world. The secretary general of A