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Ryanair failed to produce evidence that every crew member was covered by Irish-issued E101 certificates, so the European Court of Justice ruled they are effectively Italian employees.View on euronews
An Atlantic Canadian biotechnology seafood company says it's seeing the effects of warming ocean temperatures as harvest levels plunge at the southern range of the cold-water seaweed it uses as raw material. Acadian Seaplants converts the seaweed Ascophyllum nodosum into ingredients used in many food, household and fertilizer products. But the southern range of Ascophyllum in Massachusetts is now far less productive than it used to be, according to Acadian Seaplants CEO J.P. Deveau. "The warming
SIOUX FALLS, S.D. (AP) — South Dakota lawmakers on Wednesday unanimously approved a report finding that Republican Gov. Kristi Noem's daughter got preferential treatment while she was applying for a real estate appraiser's license in 2020. The findings of last year's legislative probe, which was conducted by a Republican-controlled Government Operations and Audit Committee, repudiate Noem's insistence that her daughter, Kassidy Peters, didn't receive special treatment with her application. An As
Nova Scotia farmers should soon learn more about some provincial government assistance to help with the escalating inflation rate and high fuel costs. Agriculture Minister Greg Morrow told reporters Thursday he spent time in the Annapolis Valley this week visiting with farmers and hearing from them how they are struggling financially. "It's a very real concern, like it is for many industries," said Morrow. "These are difficult conversations we have sometimes, but I assure them that I'm taking th
Prince Charles has been invested as an extraordinary commander in the Order of Military Merit and laid a wreath at the National War Memorial in Ottawa. The prince and Camilla, the Duchess of Cornwall, also showed support for the people of Ukraine by attending a prayer service at an Orthodox cathedral.
Two of the RCMP officers in charge of the response to Nova Scotia's mass shooting say they decided against setting up roadblocks, for fear doing so would make it easier for the gunman to kill even more people. Retired staff sergeants Jeff West and Kevin Surette testified Wednesday before the Mass Casualty Commission leading the inquiry into the April 2020 mass shooting, when a gunman killed 22 people in the province. The pair were asked Wednesday about their thoughts on using roadblocks around 1
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Hundreds of Islanders are missing their diagnostic imaging appointments. There have been about 200 missed appointments each month over the last few months — double the amount that were missed in February and early March of 2020, according to Health P.E.I. Gailyne MacPherson, the director of diagnostic imaging for Health P.E.I., says the province has been sending text or phone reminders for ultrasounds, MRIs and mammograms through an app called Skip the Waiting Room. "We are believing that it is
WASHINGTON (AP) — The Senate confirmed Bridget Brink late Wednesday as U.S. ambassador to Ukraine, filling the post as officials plan to return American diplomats to Kyiv during the nation's continuing battle against the Russian invasion. The veteran foreign service officer, who has spent most of her career in the shadow of the former Soviet Union, was nominated to the position last month by President Joe Biden. She was confirmed by the Senate unanimously without a formal roll call vote. America
The Missouri Supreme Court denied a request by U.S. Senate candidate Mark McCloskey and his wife to give free legal advice to a conservative activist group as a condition of their professional probation, but McCloskey said Thursday he'll try to find another right-wing organization to represent. Mark and Patricia McCloskey of St. Louis were placed on probation as lawyers in February. The decision stemmed from their actions in June 2020 when they raised guns at racial injustice protesters who vent
HARRISBURG, Pa. (AP) — Vote counting in Pennsylvania's Republican primary for the U.S. Senate dragged into a third day as Dr. Mehmet Oz and former hedge fund CEO David McCormick remained essentially tied with tens of thousands of ballots left to tally. Oz, who was endorsed by former President Donald Trump, led McCormick by 1,240 votes, or 0.09 percentage points, out of 1,334,376 ballots counted as of midday Thursday. The race remained close enough to trigger Pennsylvania’s automatic recount law,
For official competitions, including the World Cup, the women's (USWNT) and men's (USMNT) national team players will earn identical game appearance fees. For official competitions other than the World Cup, players of both genders will earn identical game bonuses.
OTTAWA — Lawyers for a Canadian Security Intelligence Service employee say his discrimination lawsuit against the spy service should be allowed to proceed because CSIS managers do not take internal grievance and harassment processes seriously. Counsel for Sameer Ebadi asked a Federal Court judge Wednesday to dismiss a government bid to toss out his suit, saying CSIS management has created and perpetuated a culture of systemic racism, Islamophobia, harassment and reprisal. "Put simply, Sameer is
In November 2022, historic flooding devastated communities in the interior and Fraser Valley regions of British Columbia. To mark the six-month anniversary, CBC held a special live broadcast in Abbotsford to share the stories of people still trying to rebuild. This story is part of our series, "Six Months Later." Cherylle Douglas returned to her mobile home park in Merritt, B.C., several months after it was hit by floods from the nearby Coldwater River, but she says the homecoming wasn't all tha
Two of the leaders of Ontario's four major political parties are sidelined with COVID-19 with two weeks left to election day. Both NDP Leader Andrea Horwath and Green Party Leader Mike Schreiner have tested positive.
NASA officials hold press briefing ahead of a planned uncrewed test flight that will send a capsule to the International Space Station; launch is on track. (May 18)
TUSCALOOSA, Ala. (AP) — It was lunch hour at the abortion clinic, so the nurse in the recovery room got her Bible out of her bag in the closet and began to read. “Trust in the Lord with all your heart, and lean not on your own understanding,” her favorite proverb says, and she returns to it again and again. “He will make your paths straight.” She believes God led her here, to a job at the West Alabama Women’s Center, tending to patients who’ve just had abortions. “I trust in God,” said Ramona, w
A church service was held on Thursday evening in Buffalo, New York to honor victims of the deadly supermarket shooting. (May 19)
At around 2:30 a.m. Wednesday morning, a person was attacked by a black bear near Fort Simpson, N.W.T. They were treated for injuries to their hand at the community's health centre and later released. It happened during an Environment and Natural Resources (ENR) firefighter training camp, which was being held by kilometre 518 along the highway to Wrigley. Scott Gordon, the chief operating officer at Nogha Enterprises, confirmed the person who was injured is an employee at his company. Gordon sai
Much of the discussion about Canada's real estate market has been dominated by the meteoric rise in the cost of housing. But what's often missing from that conversation is the parallel increase in what Canadians pay in real estate commissions nearly every time a home is bought or sold. For example, a brokerage representing a buyer in 2005 in the Greater Toronto Area would have earned a commission of about $8,795 on the average single-family home — while in December 2021, the buyer's brokerage wo