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Here’s the latest for Sunday, September 27: Biden plan seeks to expand education; Friends, family flock to Long Island to mourn Gabby Petito; Investigators seek cause of deadly train derailment; Thai soldiers race to protect temple from flood.
Two men charged in the 2019 death of a 59-year-old Saint John man will be tried separately. On Tuesday, Justice Darrell Stephenson granted the motion to sever the trials. Garrett Edward Johnston and Gordon Mitchell McMillan, who were living in the Kennebecasis Valley at the time of their arrest, are charged with manslaughter in the death of Mark Baker. Johnston, 24, will go to trial on the original trial date of Nov. 15. A trial date for McMillan, 22, will be set in November. Both have elected j
A high-ranking member of the United Conservative Party who has been publicly demanding the resignation of Alberta Premier Jason Kenney has been removed from his position as a party vice-president and director. "The board of directors of the United Conservative Party elected to remove me as vice-president, policy and governance, and as a director. So, yep, they fired me," Joel Mullan told CBC News on Tuesday. The vote cited a breach of confidentiality, based on Mullan speaking to the media last w
A Republican lawmaker is calling on the Biden administration to provide communications between the White House and the Justice Department, after the near-simultaneous release of a top executive at China's Huawei and two Canadians held by Beijing spurred questions of political meddling in Washington. On Friday, Huawei Chief Financial Officer Meng Wanzhou flew home to China from Canada after reaching an agreement with U.S. prosecutors to end the bank fraud case against her, a point of tension between China and the United States. Within hours of news of the deal, the two Canadians who were arrested shortly after Meng was taken into custody were released from Chinese jails and were on their way back to Canada.
(Reuters) -U.S. Federal Reserve Chair Jerome Powell faced an uncharacteristically hostile congressional hearing on Tuesday in which lawmakers demanded more action in response to perceived lapses over everything from ethics and diversity to inflation and financial regulation, and a prominent Democrat said she would not back him for another term. The most pointed moment came when Senator Elizabeth Warren of Massachusetts, a vocal critic of the Fed's oversight of Wall Street under Powell, called him a "dangerous man" to head the central bank. For Powell his appearance before the committee - notionally to discuss the Fed's response to the coronavirus pandemic - was the latest chapter in one of the choppier stretches he has endured as the central bank's chief, just as the White House weighs whether to retain him in the role.
“Robert E. Lee: A Life” by Allen C. Guelzo (Knopf) Controversy over the equestrian memorial to Robert E. Lee on stately Monument Avenue in Richmond, Virginia, was once limited to the removal of the blue-green oxidation from his bronze statue. In the wake of the banishment of the Confederate capital’s last major totem to the “Lost Cause,” Allen C. Guelzo’s timely biography expertly scrubs off 150 years of political and cultural patina accumulated since the renowned general’s passing to reveal a t
Sotheby's must face a lawsuit by New York's attorney general accusing the auction house of fraudulently helping a wealthy art collector dodge millions of dollars of sales taxes, a state judge has ruled. The case concerned purchases by a Sotheby's client of more than $27 million of works from artists like the painter Jean-Michel Basquiat and sculptor Anish Kapoor. Attorney General Letitia James said Sotheby's helped the client obtain bogus "resale" certificates from 2010 to 2015 that portrayed him as an art dealer, entitling him to tax exemptions, rather than as a collector.
The Alberta Teachers' Association said Tuesday it would support the government or individual school boards that implement a vaccine mandate for its teachers. ATA president Jason Schilling said support would be contingent on the policy following specific conditions outlined by the association, including following the collective agreement and accommodating people who are unable to be vaccinated. "We have hundreds of thousands of students under the age of 12 who cannot be vaccinated right now. So o
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China's Foreign Ministry sought to downplay any connection between the return of Huawei chief financial officer Meng Wanzhou to China and China's release of Michael Kovrig and Michael Spavor. They also said Meng's arrest was a case of political persecution by the United States.
In 1912, W.C. Handy published “Memphis Blues,” a song that changed the future of American music. (Sept. 28)
Durham Regional Police are investigating after a 32-year-old man was killed in a shooting late Monday. Catherine McDonald has the latest.
Annamie Paul has announced she is stepping down as Green leader after the party's disastrous showing in the recent federal election. 'I just don't have the heart' for a fractious leadership review, she said.
The return of Michael Kovrig and Michael Spavor to Canada has increased pressure on Ottawa to do more to free another Canadian detained in China, Huseyin Celil. Celil is a Uyghur human rights activist who has been held for almost 15 years.
Australian authorities announced plans on Monday to gradually reopen locked-down Sydney, unveiling a two-tiered system that will give inoculated citizens more freedoms than their unvaccinated neighbours for several weeks. Movement restrictions across New South Wales, the country's most populous state and home to Sydney, will be lifted gradually between Oct. 11 and Dec. 1 as vaccination rates push through 70%, 80% and 90%. New Zealand is to begin allowing small numbers of vaccinated travellers to isolate at home instead of in state-run quarantine facilities as part of a phased approach to re-opening its borders, Prime Minister Jacinda Ardern said on Monday.
Residents in several of the Canary Island's neighbourhoods have been confined to their homes due to fears of toxic gas emissions.View on euronews
After bath time, these ferrets dry off in their penguin towel sacks. Deborah the Yorkie just can't believe it!
REGINA — Federal Health Minister Patty Hajdu says the surge of COVID-19 cases in Saskatchewan is concerning and heartbreaking. In an interview with The Canadian Press, Hajdu says Ottawa stands ready to help the province with any resources it may need, including staff to assist with record hospitalizations of COVID-19 patients. The province is reporting 289 people with COVID-19 in hospital — a record high since the pandemic began. Hajdu had a phone call last week with provincial Health Minister P
Manitoba is poised to have its first female premier, with Heather Stefanson and Shelly Glover running to be next leader of the Progressive Conservatives and replace outgoing Premier Brian Pallister.
The White House says President Joe Biden knows getting his agenda through Congress "is hard" but he is determined to work with Democratic leadership to win the votes. (Sept. 27)