After two years of having in-person graduation celebrations held off, high schoolers are looking forward to the chance to celebrate prom — but the costs involved aren't easy on some families. Oftentimes, prom outfits sit and gather dust after only one wear, but this Sunday, over a hundred were given a second life at a giveaway organized by the NDG Community Council. At the giveaway in Notre-Dame-de-Grâce, high school students got the chance to pick a dress or suit, a piece of jewlery, as well as
Authorities in Buffalo are working to confirm the authenticity of a 180-page manifesto posted online, which identified the mass shooting suspect by name as the gunman. It cites the ‘great replacement theory,’ a racist ideology that has been linked to other mass shootings in the United States and around the world.
LONDON (AP) — Liverpool forward Mohamed Salah went off injured during the FA Cup final against Chelsea but it was downplayed after they won on Saturday. The English Premier League top scorer went down with no other players around him and he received treatment on his right knee before he was able to walk off unaided. Salah was replaced in the 33rd minute by Diogo Jota and Liverpool went on to beat Chelsea 6-5 on penalties after the game ended 0-0 after 120 minutes. There were also concerns when V
LIVERPOOL, England (AP) — Everton missed the chance to secure its place in the Premier League for another season after having two men sent off in losing 3-2 at home to Brentford on Sunday. The game turned on an 18th-minute red card to Jarrad Branthwaite for pulling back Ivan Toney, when Everton was leading 1-0 thanks to Dominic Calvert-Lewin's goal. Still, Everton — needing a win to guarantee survival — bounced back from conceding an equalizer in the 37th minute because of an own-goal by Seamus
A gunman sporting a rifle and body armor opened fire in a supermarket in Buffalo, New York, killing at least 10 people before being taken into custody Saturday afternoon, law enforcement officials told The Associated Press. (May 14)
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With her family & friends cheering her on, Ellie the Great Dane takes the plunge into the pool & everyone realizes that swimming is not an instinctive dog ability. Watch as 5 1/2 year old Ellie floats, but makes no attempt to swim & then with encouragement & the safety of her life jacket, gives the dog paddle a try back to the pool ramp. Great Danes especially are known for sinking, not swimming, which is why life jackets & swimming lessons are so important if they don't start swimming as young puppies. Ellie will be opting for the lounge chair while watching 9 month old littermates Maddie, Reve and Remmy enjoy more of their fun swimming lessons.
Charlotte Cardin and The Weeknd were among the big winners at the Juno Opening Night Awards in Toronto on Saturday, as more than 40 awards were handed out in a variety of categories. Live streamed from the Metro Toronto Convention Centre, the ceremony was emceed by CBC's The Block host Angeline Tetteh-Wayoe and Canadian comedian Ann Pornel. The second night of the Juno Awards will take place Sunday night and air live on CBC. Montreal's Cardin picked up three awards, including single of the year,
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Montreal police are now treating the death of a man found inside a burned vehicle in the city's east end as a homicide. Emergency crews were called about a vehicle on fire in Pointe aux Prairies Park, on Gouin Boulevard, in the Rivière-des-Prairies borough just after midnight on Sunday. Once the flames were extinguished, officers found a dead body in the trunk of the vehicle, according to Jean-Pierre Brabant, spokesperson for the Service de Police de la Ville de Montréal (SPVM). "For now, we're
A gunman wearing military-style clothing and body armor opened fire with a rifle at a supermarket in Buffalo, New York, killing at least 10 people before being taken into custody Saturday afternoon, law enforcement officials told The Associated Press. (May 14)
Highlights of this day in history: President Andrew Johnson survives a key vote at his Senate trial after his impeachment; First Oscars are presented; Actor Henry Fonda born; Singer Sammy Davis, Jr. and Muppets creator Jim Henson die. (May 16)
Skilled immigrants need barriers like Canadian experience removed in order for them to successfully integrate into the Canadian economy.
Twenty people were injured in two shootings in Milwaukee near an entertainment district where thousands had been watching the Bucks lose to the Boston Celtics in Game 6 of the NBA's Eastern Conference semifinals. (May 14)
A mass shooting that killed 10 people and wounded three at a Buffalo, N.Y., supermarket Saturday afternoon was racially motivated, according to officials. The white 18-year-old charged in the shooting deaths is believed by officials to have intentionally targeted Black people.
A man in his 20s was found dead in the Credit River in Brampton on Sunday, police and paramedics say. Emergency crews were called to Churchville Park in the area of Martins Boulevard and Victoria Street, near Steeles Avenue, at about 3:25 p.m. The man was found in the water and pronounced dead at the scene. Peel Regional Police are continuing to investigate.
A SpaceX Falcon 9 rocket launched more Starlink satellites to low Earth orbit from Florida on Saturday. (May 14)
Toronto's official tree is the oak tree, Mayor John Tory announced at a ceremony in a Scarborough park on Saturday. Nearly 11,000 Torontonians voted for the oak tree as the tree that best represents the city. The public vote, held from April 21 to May 10, gave residents a choice of four trees — birch, maple, oak and pine. The city said it consulted representatives of the city's Indigenous community to narrow the list to four. The oak received 47 per cent of the votes, the maple came in second pl
ROCHESTER, Minn. (AP) — Dr. Scott Jensen, a vaccine skeptic and former state senator, won the Minnesota GOP's endorsement on Saturday to challenge Democratic Gov. Tim Walz in the November election, going over the top on the ninth ballot with 65% of the vote. Jensen, who led on the first two ballots, regained the lead on the seventh ballot with 59%, just below the 60% needed to claim the endorsement, once Lexington Mayor Mike Murphy backed him after being eliminated on the sixth ballot. “Game ove