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WOLVERHAMPTON, England (AP) — Divock Origi’s last-gasp goal gave Liverpool a 1-0 win at Wolverhampton on Saturday that provisionally lifted it to the top of the English Premier League. Origi collected a smart cutback from Mo Salah in injury time and swiveled before slotting in the ball, just as it looked as if Liverpool would fail to score for the first time in eight months. The visitors missed good chances in the last 30 minutes, with Diogo Jota wasting one of the best when goalkeeper Jose Sa's
MONTREAL — Quebec is reporting another jump in COVID-19 cases today with 1,512 infections and one further death attributed to the virus. The Health Department says 225 people are hospitalized, a drop of five, including 60 people listed in intensive care, an increase of three patients. The province hasn't reported more than 1,500 daily infections since mid-April, and the seven-day average for new cases is 1,089. More than half of the new cases were among people who were either unvaccinated or les
DUBAI, United Arab Emirates (AP) — France’s president and Saudi Arabia’s crown prince held a joint phone call with Lebanon’s prime minister during Emmanuel Macron’s visit to the kingdom on Saturday, in a significant gesture amid an unprecedented crisis between Lebanon and Saudi Arabia. During the calls with Prime Minister Najib Mikati, Macron said France and Saudi Arabia expressed their commitment to Lebanon, despite Saudi Arabia's uneasiness with Iran’s sway over the small Mediterranean country
Here are the top stories for Sunday, December 5th: Search for survivors continues after Indonesia volcano eruption; Belgian police use water, tear gas on protesters; Senate leader Bob Dole dies at 98; Mexico City marks Indigenous resistance anniversary.
Beechville Lakeside Timberlea Senior Elementary grades 2-5 will be closed from Dec. 6 to 10 because of COVID-19. A news release said Public Health recommended the closure to control the spread of the virus in the school community. Pre-primary and Grade 1 will remain open with Public Health monitoring, the release said. According to the release, Public Health will provide information about reopening the facility later in the week. It said the principal will contact staff and families about learni
After months without any new COVID-19 cases in Iqaluit, public health officials in Nunavut have confirmed a single case of COVID-19 in the capital city and have issued a public exposure notice. The case, according to a government media release, was detected Friday in a person who had recently returned from travel in southern Canada. "The risk for transmission is considered low, and there is no need to increase public health measures at this time," said Dr. Michael Patterson, the territory's chie
Which Ottawa Senators player fought back tears while discussing a school shooting in his hometown? How did a local veteran end up losing more than two decades' worth of war medals? And what's different about this year's performance of Nutcracker at the National Arts Centre? These are just a few of the questions designed to vex and perplex you in this week's CBC Ottawa news quiz. On a desktop computer? For the best quiz-taking experience, click on the arrows in the bottom right-hand corner of the
British Columbia's Ministry of Health is warning residents in Metro Vancouver and the Fraser Valley of possible water contamination connected to the recent flooding in the province. Record-setting precipitation fell between Nov. 14 and Dec. 2 in southwestern B.C., causing severe flooding that destroyed homes and farms, and caused landslides that killed several people. Officials say heavy rain may have caused overflow or failure of liquid manure storage systems in the region. The province says it
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LONDON (AP) — First his statue met a watery end during last year's Black Lives Matter protests. Now another school in southwest England named after the slave trader Edward Colston is changing its name. The governors of Colston’s School, which was set up in 1710 in Bristol, said Monday that the private school will be renamed next summer with current and former students, parents and staff all to have a say. They said the events that took place during the protests in Bristol in June 2020, which saw
WASHINGTON (AP) — As the Supreme Court court weighs the future of the landmark 1973 Roe v. Wade decision, a resurgent anti-abortion movement is looking to press its advantage in state-by-state battles while abortion-rights supporters prepare to play defense. Both sides seem to be operating on the assumption that a court reshaped by former President Donald Trump will either overturn or seriously weaken Roe. “We have a storm to weather,” said Elizabeth Nash, state policy analyst for the Guttmacher
The parents of a Michigan teenager accused of killing four schoolmates have been arrested and charged with involuntary manslaughter, raising questions about who can be charged after a mass shooting.
BARCELONA, Spain (AP) — When Karim Benzema went down injured, Vinícius Júnior and the rarely used Luka Jovic stepped up to secure Real Madrid a 2-0 win at Real Sociedad and strengthen its hold of the Spanish league lead on Saturday. The young attacking players struck goals early in the second half in San Sebastián to give Madrid its eighth consecutive win across all competitions and leave it eight points clear of nearest chaser Sevilla. Madrid's victory came after Atlético Madrid and Barcelona w
LE PECQ, France (AP) — French prosecutors opened an investigation Monday into violence that erupted at the first official campaign rally of a far-right candidate who has shaken up France's presidential race. The prosecutors' office said police detained around 60 people after fists and chairs flew and anti-racism activists were left bloodied at candidate Eric Zemmour's rally Sunday with thousands of supporters north of Paris. Campaign group SOS Racisme condemned savage beatings that targeted its
Donna Rae returned to her property in Merritt, B.C., for the first time on Friday since she was forced to leave in the middle of the night by rising floodwaters. She had to use a shovel to clear mud away to get inside.
CHESTER, Pa. (AP) — Talles Magno scored in the 88th minute to send New York City FC into the MLS Cup final with a 2-1 win over the COVID-19-restriction-ravaged Philadelphia Union on Sunday. New York won its first Eastern Conference championship and will play at the Portland Timbers on Saturday for the MLS Cup. Gudi Thórarinsson stripped the ball from Union defender Olivier Mbaizo and fed it to Magno for the decisive goal. Magno cupped his ear as he ran off the field after putting the ball past M
Thirty-two years after a gunman motivated by a hatred of feminists opened fire on campus, killing 14 women and injuring others, the list of women killed by male violence in Quebec continues to grow. As Quebecers plan moments of silence and solemn ceremonies to mark the tragedy that occurred on Dec. 6, 1989 at Montreal's Polytechnique engineering school, advocates point out that the events of the last year show misogynistic violence is not a thing of the past. Quebec has experienced a spate of ho
An Alberta Court of Queen's Bench justice has ordered the Office of the Privacy and Information Commissioner to pay costs in the latest round of a years-long legal battle over an information request. Justice Karen M. Horner found Alberta's privacy commissioner Jill Clayton had acted as "a strong partisan advocate," outside her role of neutral speaker on jurisdictional matters. "The commissioner's conduct, in continuing to review the issue of solicitor-privilege over the university's records afte
Myanmar's military seized power on February 1, arresting Suu Kyi and scores of others, and plunging Myanmar into turmoil.View on euronews
LESBOS, Greece (AP) — Pope Francis returned Sunday to the Greek island of Lesbos to offer comfort to migrants at a refugee camp and blast what he said was Europe's indifference and self-interest “that condemns to death those on the fringes.” “Please, let us stop this shipwreck of civilization!” Francis said at the Mavrovouni camp, a cluster of white U.N. containers on the edge of the sea lined by barbed wire fencing and draped with laundry drying in the air. A maskless Francis took his time walk