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The morning after a deadly mass shooting at an elementary school in Uvalde, Texas, dozens of residents gathered at a local Catholic church on Wednesday to pray. The gunman’s mother was reportedly among them.
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An unstable airmass will create several opportunities for heavy rain and thunderstorms across southern Ontario through the end of the week.
It is an almost complete set of "genetic instructions" from people who died when Mount Vesuvius erupted.
But like ice which preserves them, scientists warn these ancient finds at risk of ‘disappearing forever’
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The Department of Fisheries and Oceans says it has known for years that fishermen on the Tusket River were worried that the wrong type of fish ladder was being used at the Nova Scotia Power facility where thousands of gaspereau were found dead last week. But Mike Wambolt didn't explain why nothing has been done to alter the ladder. "DFO has been aware and have been looking at that for a number of years," said Wambolt, the manager of the fish and fish habitat protection program for DFO in the Mar
As carjackings in Toronto continue to surge, police say they are now investigating four similar incidents that happened in less than two hours in Scarborough overnight. The first happened at 11:44 p.m. in the McLevin Avenue and Greenspire Road area. Police say a person was standing beside their car in their driveway when a man approached with a gun and demanded the keys. The suspect was unsuccessful and took off empty-handed, police say. The second incident happened just five minutes later, in t
OTTAWA (Reuters) -Canada's Supreme Court on Friday upheld a decision by a lower court to speed up the parole eligibility for the man convicted of gunning down six people in a mosque in 2017 and deemed a 2011 law that allowed lengthy parole sentencing as unconstitutional. Canada's top court was adjudicating on the case challenging a 2020 decision by a Quebec court to lower Alexandre Bissonnette's parole eligibility to 25 years from the original sentence that required him to wait much longer for the possibility of parole. The Supreme Court said that such a punishment removes a realistic possibility of parole and called it "incompatible with human dignity."
Maddie did it!!!! With the help of her life jacket & Mom holding her collar, Maddie went down the steps into the pool , enjoyed a little swim & relaxed on the floatie! After two swimming lessons, Maddie is comfortable getting into the pool at home & paddling around the shallow end where she can stand up. Go Maddie!!!
Green Party Leader David Coon doesn't think the government has gone far enough to eliminate loopholes that allow landlords to get around the government's temporary cap on rent increases. Coon made three suggestions to the committee discussing Bill 96 in order to address the loopholes, but all three were defeated by the Progressive Conservative MLAs who are in the majority on the standing committee on economic reform. On Wednesday, Service New Brunswick Minister Mary Wilson presented Bill 96, whi
A Montreal man accused of viciously beating a 10-year-old girl who was walking home from school in mid-March should be found not criminally responsible for his actions due to a mental illness, according to a psychiatric report filed Wednesday. The report says Tanvir Singh, 21, could not understand the consequences of his actions or tell right from wrong on March 15 when he assaulted the girl on du Tricentenaire Boulevard in the neighbourhood of Pointe-aux-Trembles. Lawyers have asked the court t
Tensions in Slovakia and France highlight questions about the limits of European Union solidarity towards Ukrainian refugees. Can it last, without destabilizing our societies? View on euronews
A search is ongoing in the Atlantic Ocean for a missing sailboat with three people aboard. A vessel named Strange Situation was reported overdue while en route from Bermuda to Lunenburg harbour. According to the U.S Coast Guard tweet, the 50-foot (15 metre) sloop departed Bermuda on May 16 and was scheduled to arrive in Lunenburg by May 25. Joint Rescue Coordination Centre Halifax confirms the search area has expanded beyond the Canadian Search and Rescue Region. A public affairs spokesperson co
WASHINGTON (AP) — Sweden and Finland's push to join NATO won't require adding more U.S. ground forces into either country, the U.S. general nominated to take over European Command told senators Thursday. But Army Gen. Christopher Cavoli said military exercises and occasional American troop rotations will probably increase. Cavoli, who currently serves as head of U.S. Army Europe and Africa, said the increased military focus will probably continue to be on eastern Europe — where nations are more
President Joe Biden told Naval Academy graduates Friday that they will be "representatives and defenders of our democracy," as free societies are under threat from Russia's invasion of Ukraine to China's maritime expansion. (May 27)
The deadly school shooting in Uvalde, Texas, is the latest that U.S. presidents have had to grapple with over the years.
Ko Im always thought she would live in New York forever. She knew every corner of Manhattan and had worked hard to build a community of friends. Living in a small apartment, she found her attitude shifting early in the coronavirus pandemic. After her brother accepted a job in Seattle in the summer of 2020, she decided to move there too. “It was fine until it wasn’t,” Im, 36, said of her time in New York. “The pandemic really changed my mindset about how I wanted to live or how I needed to live."
WASHINGTON (AP) — Joe Biden, then the chairman of the Senate Judiciary Committee, surveyed the collection of black, military-style rifles on display in the middle of the room as he denounced the sale of guns whose “only real function is to kill human beings at a ferocious pace.” That was nearly three decades ago, and Congress was on the verge of passing an assault weapons ban. But the law eventually expired, and guns that were once illegal are now readily available, most recently used in the sla