On Tuesday morning, six days after Hurricane Ian tore through southwestern Florida, Alvaro “Moe” Zuluaga and his team of mold remediators walked through a house in Naples. The walls were cheerfully painted in sunny yellows and palm greens, and beyond a suspiciously musty smell there was little immediate sign that just days before, the entire home had been sitting in a foot of floodwater. But on closer inspection, the baseboards were swollen. And there was a visible patch of mold in a single shoe
The "Cityline" host opened up about her career and personal life on The Brandon Gonez Show.
A Vancouver woman has compensation but few answers after a flight from her hometown to Calgary ended in a checked bag left in tatters. Casey Dubyk, 27, flew to Calgary from Vancouver International Airport on Sept. 26 for a work trip. The marketing co-ordinator normally only takes a carry-on bag, but before she boarded, she was told the volume of liquids in her small duffel bag was too great. She checked it instead. When she and her colleagues deplaned at Calgary International, her bag wasn't the
Prime Minister Justin Trudeau said the posturing of Hockey Canada — an organization accused of mishandling allegations of gang rapes — "boggles the mind," while the federal sports minister says it's time for members of the embattled organization to "clean the house." Pressure is mounting on ice hockey's national governing body for a change in its leadership after a widely-panned appearance by one of its executives in front of a parliamentary committee Tuesday. Interim board chair Andrea Skinner
BISHKEK, Kyrgyzstan — Rents are skyrocketing, luxury hotels and grimy hostels do not have beds to spare. And on the dusty, sunny streets of Bishkek, the capital of Kyrgyzstan, bands of young migrants, nearly all men, wander aimlessly, dazed at their world turned upside down — and their hasty, self-imposed exile to a poor, remote country that few could previously place on a map. After leaving often well-paying jobs and families in Moscow and Vladivostok, Russia, and many places in between, tens o
Wagner said Wednesday he was aware of the report, but "you've just gotta do what you gotta do."
Aaron Judge made history on Wednesday. Now Cory Youmans has to make a decision.
Toronto Raptors coach Nick Nurse explains what data the team's new scoreboard displays during practice and how it benefits the coaches and players.
"You learn something from the day before, and you're constantly changing yourself like the hands of a clock," Dell'Orefice said.
WASHINGTON — U.S. intelligence agencies believe parts of the Ukrainian government authorized the car bomb attack near Moscow in August that killed Daria Dugina, daughter of a prominent Russian nationalist, an element of a covert campaign that U.S. officials fear could widen the conflict. The United States took no part in the attack, either by providing intelligence or other assistance, officials said. U.S. officials also said they were not aware of the operation ahead of time and would have oppo
Beasley played 11 seasons in the NFL for the Cowboys, Bills and Buccaneers.
While details are still sparse, the anticipated reboot will follow Dr. Frasier Crane as he moves to a new city — much like how the Cheers-spinoff began in 1993.
The monument, which is more than 5 metres tall (that's almost 17 feet), is of a thumb and two fingers holding a Cheetos Puffs snack in the air.
Tonight, the United Conservative Party will announce its new leader and Alberta's 19th premier. Nearly four months after the leadership contest began, one of seven contenders will emerge the victor. Close to 124,000 people bought or renewed UCP memberships by the Aug. 12 deadline to qualify to cast a vote. Party members have been voting by mail since early September. As of Monday night, about 82,000 members — 66 per cent of the total membership — had cast ballots, according to UCP sources famili
TORONTO — A growing list of top-tier corporate sponsors are pulling their support for Hockey Canada’s men's programs for the 2022-23 season amid criticism of the handling of alleged sexual assaults. Telus Corp., Scotiabank and Tim Hortons have denounced the national governing body's ongoing resistance to change and extended decisions to suspend their support of men's hockey to the upcoming season, including the upcoming World Juniors tournament. The move comes as Hockey Canada continues to defen
A former policeman facing a drug charge burst into a day care center in northeastern Thailand on Thursday, killing dozens of preschoolers and teachers before shooting more people as he fled in the deadliest rampage in the nation’s history. At least 37 people were killed in the attack in one of the poorest parts of Thailand, according to police spokesman Archayon Kraithong. “The teacher who died, she had a child in her arms,” the witness, whose name wasn’t given, told Thailand’s Kom Chad Luek television.
The hockey world at large, along with Prime Minister Justin Trudeau, blasted the Canadiens for drafting the embattled blueliner in the first round in 2021.
Anna Delvey (aka Anna Sorokin) has been released from a US Immigration and Customs Enforcement (ICE) facility in New York.
Ukraine now has a good supply of artillery shells it had almost run out of — thanks to fleeing Russian troops, The Wall Street Journal reported.
Where will Patrick Kane end up? Will Torts work out in Philly? Can Jack Campbell save the Oilers? As a new NHL season looms, we're about to find out.