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The Special Investigations Unit says there are "no reasonable grounds to lay criminal charges" after the death of 43-year-old who was hit by a stun gun.
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Two Canadian pilots have appeared in court accused of being under the influence of alcohol as they prepared to fly a passenger flight from Scotland.
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The federal government has eliminated a decade-old tax deduction from the budget, meaning commuters will have to fork over more money next tax season.
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Nova Scotia Premier Stephen McNeil says the plan is to have the session wrap up by the Victoria Day long weekend on May 22.
Lancashire Evening Post - Sport
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A former Preston MP, who went on to become Governor General of Canada, has been immortalised for the donation of the most prestigious trophy in world ice hockey.
Collective Evolution
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There's no ignoring the fact that food waste is a serious global issue, especially considering how many people around the world suffer from hunger and malnutrition. The ways in which we deal with food waste are becoming increasingly urgent, and many of the existing methods have proved ineffective. Take a look at food banks, for instance. Grocery stores send leftover food to them to nourish those in need, but the management and distribution process has proved complicated, with supermarkets finding it difficult to accommodate individual food banks coming to them one by one . Now, Canada is demonstrating the solution. Food Banks of Quebec (FBC) has launched their province-wide Supermarket Recovery Program (SRP) as an answer to overly complicated distribution and management. The program has allowed over 600 grocery stores to give back more efficiently.
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of Germany, France, Romania, Turkey, Italy, the United States and Canada since yesterday's attack. We have been hearing about PC Palmer. We have seen flowers laid by some of his colleagues within the last few moments outside Scotland Yard,.
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What can it mean for Russia to be said to have “seizedCrimea? No one questions that the overwhelming majority of Crimeans wanted to quit Ukraine and join Russia after Yanukovych was overthrown — one Western poll of Crimeans after Crimea had separated from Ukraine and joined Russia showed that 82.8% of Crimeans said “Agree,” and only 6.7% (less than a tenth as many) said “Disagree,” to the statement “The results of the referendum on Crimea’s status likely reflect the views of most people here,” and another Western poll after Crimeans had done it, confirmed that over 90% of Crimeans supported the change . Did they not have the right of self-determination of peoples, which even The West recognizes in The West , such as for Catalonians in Spain, for Scotts in UK, and for Quebecois in Canada? (Though Western-controlled bodies such as the OSCE in post-coup Crimea, announced that condition #5 for automatic recognition, which is “their parent state shall flagrantly violate their human rights” , had not been met, overwhelming evidence existed to the contrary and was blatantly ignored , even while the OSCE’s investigator acknowledged that “There is a real risk of bloodshed” , and much bloodshed had already occurred but was simply being ignored by her.
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Bill Trudell said he had agreed to try to help the black senator, who is fending off widespread calls for his resignation.
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None has an American FTA. A focus on trade deficits means that tiddly deals such as those with Jordan and Oman will not face much heat. NAFTA (an agreement with Mexico and Canada), and KORUS (South Korea), will face more scrutiny because of chunky... Continue reading
South China Morning Post
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Hong Kong is hoping its professional and financial services will get a big boost when it becomes a member of a Beijing-backed bank created to finance infrastructure across Asia. The Asian Infrastructure -Investment Banks (AIIB) board announced on Thursday that Hong Kong was one of 13 new applicants approved for membership, along with Canada. The expansion will extend the lenders reach into North America and take its total membership to 70. The interest in joining the...
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The pastor of an historic church in a community just east of Halifax says his congregation will soon work out a plan to rebuild after a fire caused extensive damage to the large structure.
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Fast facts about 'alt-right' Rebel Media's Jewish founder.