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MONTREAL — Quebec provincial police say they are searching for two hunters in the Outaouais region who have been missing since Friday. Jonah Dewache, 32, and Dustin Odjick, 37, from Kitigan Zibi First Nation in Maniwaki, northwest of Montreal, were identified as the missing men. Police spokeswoman, Sgt. Béatrice Dorsainville says the men could possibly be in the sectors of Ferme-Neuve, in the Laurentians region, or Grand-Remous, in the Outaouais. Dorsainville says the hunters were driving a blac
BERLIN (AP) — Thousands turned out in Berlin on Sunday to protest the German government’s anti-coronavirus measures despite a ban on the gatherings, leading to clashes with police and the detention of some 600 protesters. Local authorities had banned several different protests this weekend, including one from the Stuttgart-based Querdenker movement, but protesters in Berlin defied the ban. Berlin’s police department deployed more than 2,000 officers to try and disperse the protests, but it said
Police in Calgary say they've been called in to investigate after a 34-year-old woman died in the custody of RCMP in Tuktoyaktuk, N.W.T. The woman was taken into custody for public intoxication around 10:30 p.m. Saturday, said Calgary police, and she died shortly after midnight. An autopsy to determine the cause of death is scheduled for Wednesday, they said. In their media statement, Calgary police say it's standard procedure for an external police agency to investigate deaths that happen in cu
CALGARY — A competitor in an Ironman triathlon west of Calgary has died after he was pulled from the water during the swim portion of the event. Police say they received a report of a drowning at Harmony Lake in Rocky View County on Sunday morning. They say a 47-year-old Ontario man was found by Ironman race volunteers in the water. The volunteers pulled him out, began CPR, and called EMS, but police say he died at the scene. The Florida-based Ironman Group says in an emailed statement that the
FREDERICTON — Public health officials in New Brunswick have reported 18 cases of COVID-19 over the weekend. Officials say 17 of the new cases identified on Saturday and Sunday were reported in the Moncton area, ranging in age from under 19 to over 40. Nine of those infections are contacts of previously reported cases, two are travel-related and six are under investigation. One case was reported in the Saint John region and officials say it is travel-related and involves a person in their 20s. Th
DENVER, Colo. (AP) — Mudslides from heavy rains caused "extreme damage” to a major interstate and left it blocked with piles of boulders and logs, Colorado transportation officials said Sunday, as forecasters warned of more flash floods in the coming days across the Rocky Mountain and Great Basin regions. The flood risk was elevated for many areas of the West where recent wildfires burned away vegetation and left hillsides more susceptible to erosion, the National Weather Service said. Interstat
LOS ANGELES (AP) — California could witness a stunning turnabout in a nation of deeply polarized politics if the liberal state dumps Democratic Gov. Gavin Newsom and elects a Republican to fill his job in a September recall election. With the country’s political center largely vanished, it’s rare to see governors win elections on adversarial ground, making the notion of a Republican upset in one of the nation’s Democratic strongholds seem implausible. Republicans haven’t won a statewide race in
SYDNEY (Reuters) -Square Inc, the payments firm of Twitter Inc co-founder Jack Dorsey, will purchase buy now, pay later pioneer Afterpay Ltd for $29 billion, creating a global transactions giant through its biggest-ever acquisition. The takeover, also the biggest buyout of an Australian firm, underscores the popularity of a business model that has upended consumer credit by charging merchants a fee to offer small point-of-sale loans which their shoppers repay in interest-free instalments, bypassing credit checks. Over the past year, Melbourne-based Afterpay signed up millions of users in the United States, which is now among the fastest-growing markets for the sector.
A new study from the University of Lethbridge suggests a large amount of carbon dioxide was released into the atmosphere after a wildfire burned through a large swathe of Waterton Lakes National Park nearly four years ago. The Kenow wildfire struck the southern Alberta park in September 2017, and incinerated more than 19,000 hectares of forest and grassland, which amounted to about 40 per cent of the park. As the fire's fourth anniversary approaches, U of L undergraduate geography student Sam Ge
The Toronto Raptors drafted their first ever Canadian player in franchise history — Dalano Banton. The six-foot-nine, 204-lb, 21-year-old point guard was selected in the second round draft pick on July 29. He hails from Rexdale and played at the University of Nebraska where he averaged 9.6 points per game while leading the Nebraska Cornhuskers in rebounds (5.9) and assists (3.9) per game. Speaking to members of the media at a press conference on Sunday, Banton said his Rexdale roots played a sig
It was an exciting and emotional day for Black Islanders as P.E.I. recognized the province's first formal Emancipation Day. More than 70 Islanders gathered at Rochford Square in downtown Charlottetown on Sunday afternoon to celebrate and remember the day when Britain's Parliament abolished slavery in the British empire in 1834. "I'm a little overwhelmed," said Tamara Steele, executive director of the Black Cultural Society of P.E.I. "I am so happy, I am very proud. I'm very proud of our communit
People from across Atlantic Canada gathered on Sunday for the third day of the Metepenagiag Mi'kmaq Nation's annual powwow at the Metepenagiag Heritage Park, located west of Miramichi. Upwards of 250 attended Sunday's events. It is one of the first powwows to be held after the province dropped its COVID-19 restrictions. Powwows in New Brunswick were held this year but were still subject to some public health restrictions. Kevin Levi, a Metepenagiag councillor and a powwow organizer, said the eve
The operator of a private bus service that transports people along Highway 3 in B.C.'s Southern Interior is looking for the owner of a large corn snake, but says his children will be happy to keep the reptile otherwise. Michael Hathaway, who operates Mountain Man Mike's bus service, says he found the orange and white snake on one of his buses Friday while he was doing maintenance work. The bus had recently traveled from Vancouver to Kaslo. When Hathaway saw the snake in a heater, he thought it w
MAZIKOY, Turkey (AP) — Wildfires raged near Turkey’s holiday beach destinations of Antalya and Mugla and in the surrounding countryside for a fifth day Sunday as the discovery of more bodies raised the death toll to eight while villagers lost their homes and animals. Residents and tourists fled the danger in small boats while the coast guard and two navy ships waited out at sea in case a bigger evacuation was needed. Fires also enveloped Mugla province’s Mazikoy, and villagers who evacuated were
Honks of support, cheers and smiles accompanied Patricia Ballantyne’s arrival in Timmins today. Ballantyne is a residential school survivor who embarked on a healing journey from Prince Albert, Sask. to Ottawa on June 5, making stops in some communities along the way. After spending a few days in Cochrane, Ballantyne and her group of other survivors and supporters arrived in Timmins Sunday afternoon. Dozens of people waited for Ballantyne at the parking lot off Hwy 655 before joining the process
SYDNEY, N.S. — Liberal Leader Iain Rankin spent Sunday in Sydney, N.S., as he announced the "transformational" skills and training platform his party promises to implement if it wins the upcoming general election. The platform — the third plank of the party's overall five-part proposed plan — is a key segment of his proposal to drive economic recovery and growth as the COVID-19 pandemic continues, Rankin said in his home area of Cape Breton. At the centre of the platform is a nearly $78 million
Inglewood launched the first of its Car Free Sundays initiative on Aug. 1, which aims to encourage Calgarians to stroll through the neighbourhood and support local businesses. The community announced last week that it will close Ninth Avenue S.E. between 11th Street and 14th Street to traffic each Sunday in August from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. Dan Allard, the chair of the Inglewood Business Improvement Association, said the car-free initiative is the first of its kind in Calgary, and is designed to allo
After COVID-19 restrictions shut down the restaurant Miranda Holt was working at early last year, the Regina server felt it was time for a career change. With a permaculture design certificate under her belt, Holt knew she had to dig into her dream job: urban gardening. "It was that moment of 'what do you want to do with your life? Pick what you love and do it,'" she remembered thinking. Last fall, when Holt heard her friend's sister, Candace Benson, had taken a similar course, she knew she had
Big Valley village council addressed a feline issue in town by tweaking its animal control bylaw. The bylaw was approved at the July 22 regular meeting of council. Village Chief Administrative Officer (CAO) Tracy Mindus provided councillors with the updated animal control bylaw and noted there have been recent cat issues within the village. Mindus provided two resident letters to council, both stressing something needed to be done to protect cats in Big Valley. The second letter noted that the i