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CANTON, Texas — Authorities say fatalities have been reported and dozens of people were taken to hospitals after a tornado hit a small city in East Texas.
RCMP in Stony Plain, Alta. are investigating an assault of an eight-year-old girl by an unknown man while playing on a sidewalk near her home. Two girls, eight and nine, were playing on a sidewalk near 51st Street and 54th Avenue Friday at 4 p.m., police said in a news release. Kim Mueller told CBC Saturday.
Defence Minister Harjit Sajjan offered a full apology to his former comrades-in-arms on Saturday, after claiming to have been the "architect" of Canada's largest battle in Afghanistan. The mea culpa, posted to Facebook, followed what some had seen as a half-hearted apology by Sajjan on Friday for comments he made in a speech earlier this month to a think tank in India. "On my first deployment to Kandahar in 2006, I was kind of thrown in an unforeseen situation and became the architect of an operation called Operation Medusa, where we removed about 1,500 fighters, Taliban fighters, off the battlefield," Sajjan said during his speech in Delhi on April 18.
In his first 100 days in office, President Donald Trump has produced hundreds of tweets, fired scores of rockets at Syria, signed dozens of executive orders, made one big move on the Supreme Court and signed no major legislation.
"Today's B.C. Liberals will ensure that natural gas remains an energy option for residents, restaurants and businesses in the City of Vancouver," said Liberal candidate Andrew Wilkinson in a media release. Instead, after May 1, developers will have various options to meet the city's new Renewal City Strategy goals, which aim to reduce greenhouse gas emissions from all new homes and buildings by 2030.
Perhaps the largest group of mentally ill inmates in the U.S. resides in Los Angeles in one of the world's largest jail complexes. Over the past seven years, the jail's population has spiked almost 50 per cent — with nearly every inmate having both mental illness and substance abuse problems — and officials suspect the rise is due to methamphetamine use. The Twin Towers Correctional Facility is home to about 4,000 mentally ill inmates.
There is no subway service on Line 1 between St George and Downview stations this weekend due to signal upgrades, the Toronto Transit Commission says. All trains on Line 1 will turn back southbound at St George station. Shuttle buses will run between Downsview and Lawrence West stations during the shutdown because several construction projects on the street are affecting traffic, according to the TTC.
The New Brunswick Community College offers weeklong programs that give students the opportunity to try out a trade they're interested in. Erin Sweet, NBCC's business development manager for eastern New Brunswick, said the program started about three years ago after staff noticed many students starting college were not aware of all the post-secondary options available to them. As a result, mini-versions of programs were created for students entering into grades 7 to 9.
Students from Whitehorse's Holy Family elementary school visited a recording studio on Friday, to record a few rhyming couplets about staying safe on the land. The song lyrics are good advice.
Merchants along Laurier Avenue Ouest are preparing for their first summer of major road work, and some business owners say they are already seeing a drop in sales. Kimio Nguyen, owner of Mikado restaurant, said he's seen a drop in revenue by nearly 20 per cent since the work started in January. The updates to the water and sewer system, between Côte-Sainte-Catherine and Querbes streets, won't be completed until the fall of 2018.
Muslim women dressed as superheroes, princesses, and mighty sword-wielding warriors took part in a hijab cosplay event in Malaysia Saturday, where the role-playing craze continues to grow. Around 20 women showcased their love for anime with elaborate make-up and costumes while still wearing their traditional hijab -- the headscarf worn by many Muslim women in Malaysia -- at the event at a mall on the outskirts of Kuala Lumpur. Many participants took photos with each other, mingled and networked, sharing costume and make-up tips.
The team started the year with no equipment and no idea how they'd ever raise the money to afford a trip out of their First Nation, located 400 kilometres northeast of Thunder Bay, to experience tournament play. A surprise donation of equipment from a high school student in Markham, Ont., started a flood of goodwill for the team. A $45,000 grant came from the Arthur and Audrey Cutten Foundation, and was facilitated by financial planning service Scotia Wealth Management. About 1,500 people live in Eabametoong and the biggest building is the school.
An Ontario woman is missing in Belize along with her American boyfriend, a friend says, and search crews have so far failed to turn up any clues indicating where they may be. Francesca Matus, 52, and her boyfriend, Drew De Voursney, 36, were last seen leaving a bar called Scotty's near Matus's beachfront home in Corozal, about 130 kilometres north of the country's capital. Matus's friend, Nancy Rifenbark, confirmed to CBC Toronto that she was with Matus and De Voursney at Scotty's, a neighbourhood bar, until about 10:45 p.m. Tuesday.
As an initiative to change the name of Port-la-Joye–Fort Amherst National Historic Site on P.E.I. is being debated, a researcher weighs in on the history of Jeffery Amherst. Mi'kmaq elders and the Mi'kmaq Confederacy of P.E.I. have raised questions about the honouring of Amherst, by naming sites after him — arguing he was not only an enemy of Indigenous people, but worse. To say Amherst was a decorated military man would be an understatement.
By Can Sezer and David Dolan ISTANBUL (Reuters) - Turkey has blocked online encyclopedia Wikipedia, the telecommunications watchdog said on Saturday, citing a law allowing it to ban access to websites deemed obscene or a threat to national security. The move is likely to further worry rights groups and Turkey's Western allies, who say Ankara has sharply curtailed freedom of speech and other basic rights in the crackdown that followed last year's failed coup. "After technical analysis and legal consideration ... an administrative measure has been taken for this website (Wikipedia. ...
Regina police are asking people to take note of the roads that will be closed for the Regina Police Service half-marathon happening this Sunday. - Broad Street will be down to one lane, between Lakeshore Drive and Wascana Drive. - Wascana Drive from Broad Street to McDonald Street will be closed to traffic.
More than 3,000 green bags full of food were collected over three days this week. The annual spring food drive is organized by churches and youth groups. Tristan Newsome, executive director of the Whitehorse Food Bank, says it's a very important time of year for food donations.
In a world of photo filters and Facebook, many people put pressure on themselves to be perfect and present a flawless image to the world. A Winnipeg counsellor is part of a workshop called Overcoming Perfection where people can learn the tools to live a more authentic life. "I think perfectionism is a really important topic because we are living in a culture with so much pressure on people to achieve and have success and to get things right the first time and … on social media to present yourself in this perfect way," said Lisa Naylor, a Winnipeg School Division trustee and counsellor with the Women's Health Clinic where the workshop is taking place.
To many book lovers, the next best thing to reading a good book is debating it, dissecting it and sharing your feelings about it with others who have read it. Students at the Frye Academy know that feeling well. "I love to meet people who love books, who love reading books and also like to talk about it," Dominique Desrosiers, a Grade 12 student at École Mathieu-Martin in Dieppe, N.B., said on Information Morning Moncton.
Choi, in jeans and a T-shirt, had no idea when she came out that Dhawan would be waiting there in a suit and tie, ready to ask her to spend the rest of her life with him. Dhawan, who was born in Montreal and moved to Toronto during elementary school, and Choi, who grew up in Ottawa, became close. Some years later, Dhawan found himself sitting at the airport waiting for a flight back to Toronto from Montreal where he'd been for a business trip.
In the 1960s, celebrated American playwright Arthur Miller had a son, Daniel, who was diagnosed with Down syndrome. The family never publicly acknowledged Daniel's existence. Hello: I'm Arthur Miller's Unknown Child is the final installment in Vancouver-playwright Susanna Uchatius' theatrical trilogy that follows the tragic story of the young boy who grew up in an institution for people with mental illnesses.
A military airplane crashed into a mountain in Cuba's north-western region of Artemisa on Saturday morning, killing all eight personnel on board, the Ministry of Revolutionary Armed Forces said. The aircraft, a twin-engined turboprop Antonov AN-26, had taken off at 6:38 a.m. (0638 ET) from Playa Baracoa, just outside Havana, and crashed into the Loma de la Pimienta mountain some 80 km (50 miles) westwards. "The eight military personnel on board, including the crew, died," the ministry said in a statement published by state-run media.
Nearly 9,000 people visited when Putrella became the first corpse flower to bloom in western Canada in April 2013. In its native Indonesia, the corpse flower's smell attracts carrion beetles, which become covered in pollen that they carry to nearby corpse flowers for reproduction. The conservatory says that due to its enormous size, a massive amount of time and energy is needed for a corpse flower to bloom.
The Francothon, an event which celebrates its 21st edition tonight, started as a way to hear a voice that had not often been heard in Western Saskatchewan's history. Prior to the expansion of Radio-Canada's broadcast services in the 1950s and onward, there weren't many places where the French community in the province could be heard, or hear itself, says Michel Lalonde, a former Radio-Canada producer and the Francothon's artistic producer.