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Even at the cost of his career path, the politician always spoke his mind and never left home without a suit and…
02.23 / 00:35
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Quebec’s former minister of immigration now has to account for her past decisions as the by-election for the Montreal riding of St-Laurent is expected to be bitterly c…
02.23 / 00:35
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WASHINGTON - The White House is pushing back the release of President Donald Trump's revamped refugee and immigration executive order until next week. Trump had said his administration would unveil the new order this week, but a White House official says that has been delayed. Trump's…
02.23 / 00:31
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MEXICO CITY - President Donald Trump dispatched his top diplomat and homeland security chief to Mexico on Wednesday on a fence-mending mission complicated by the actual fence he wants to build on the southern border. Mexico's government signalled it was in no mood to be lectured by the new…
02.23 / 00:31
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LONDON - Romanian children adopted from overcrowded orphanages in the 1990s were more likely to suffer psychological problems as adults compared to other children taken in by British families, according to a decades-long study. Doctors say the findings suggest there is a critical window…
02.23 / 00:31
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PORTLAND, Maine - U.S. Sen. Susan Collins said on Wednesday she's open to using a subpoena to investigate President Donald Trump's tax returns for potential connections to Russia. Collins, a Republican who has served as a U.S. senator from Maine since 1997, sits on the Senate…
02.23 / 00:31
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HAVANA - A group of Cuban dissidents on Wednesday recognized the secretary-general of the Organization of American States for defending human rights in their country even though the government denied him entry to attend the ceremony. About a dozen dissidents and diplomats from the U.S.,…
02.23 / 00:31
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B.C. budget cuts are a strategic 'bang for the buck,'…
02.23 / 00:28
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PORTLAND, Maine - U.S. Sen. Susan Collins said on Wednesday she's open to using a subpoena to investigate President Donald Trump's tax returns for potential connections to Russia. Collins, a Republican who has served as a U.S. senator from Maine since 1997, sits on the Senate…
02.23 / 00:31
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ALBANY, N.Y. - New York Gov. Andrew Cuomo is proposing a $25 million cut to programs that fight cancer, diabetes and other health…
02.23 / 00:03
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WASHINGTON - Ivanka Trump has expanded her research on economic policy with a visit to a Baltimore centre for minority-owned small…
02.23 / 00:03
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MILAN - Milan fashion designers launched six days of fall-winter fashion previews on Wednesday, as the long-accepted runway format undergoes challenges like never…
02.23 / 00:03
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San Diego | CNS Canada –– Weaker commodity prices and less international competition are expected to lend demand and profitability to the U.S. ethanol market in 2017, one analyst says. But changing political and policy environments — in the U.S. and abroad — add an element of uncertainty to the market, and the potential to hinder the flow of demand. “The central question for the ethanol industry today is how to grow demand,” said Scott Richman, senior…
02.22 / 23:43
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CNS Canada — ICE Futures Canada canola contracts drifted lower during the week ended Wednesday, but are still holding up rather well compared to the U.S. soy complex. “Canola is very sturdy,” said Ken Ball of PI Financial in Winnipeg, noting the Canadian oilseed has gained about $55 per tonne relative to the U.S. markets over the past few weeks. “It’s a different fundamental situation in canola compared to soybeans,” he said. “In beans we have an…
02.22 / 23:43
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CNS Canada — As traders wait for the U.S. Department of Agriculture to put out fresh acreage estimates for corn and soybeans this week some eyes have already shifted to the behaviour of certain deferred contracts in the market. “If the December (corn) contract broke above US$4 (a bushel) it would be a catalyst,” said Scott Capinegro of HighGround Trading Group in Chicago. That’s the point at which many producers expect to make money on December corn, he said. As…
02.22 / 23:43
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ALBANY, N.Y. - New York Gov. Andrew Cuomo is proposing a $25 million cut to programs that fight cancer, diabetes and other health threats. The Democratic governor's administration says specific reductions, to be made by state health officials, would make health programs…
02.22 / 23:36
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Rachel Tambour was seven weeks along before realizing she was pregnant with her…
02.23 / 00:31
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Huntington University & The Canadian Association on Gerontology Student Connection will present A Symposium on Elder Abuse & Neglect on January 19, 2017.  The event is open to students and the general public, and will include guest speakers from The Greater Sudbury Police Service, Elder Abuse Ontario – North East Region, Behavioural Supports Ontario, and […] The post Symposium On Elder Abuse & Neglect appeared first on Huntington …
02.22 / 23:19
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Huntington University & The Canadian Association on Gerontology Student Connection will present A Symposium on Elder Abuse & Neglect on January 19, 2017.  The event is open to students and the general public, and will include guest speakers from The Greater Sudbury Police Service, Elder Abuse Ontario – North East Region, Behavioural Supports Ontario, and […] The post Elder Abuse and Neglect Symposium appeared first on Huntington …
02.22 / 23:19
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“How do you write?” is a question every writer is asked. The enquiry is entirely practical: “I mean, do you… Read More »…
02.22 / 23:15
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Interested in becoming a YouTube food video star but don’t know where to begin? Seasoned YouTube videographer Eve Martel shares her tips for starting a YouTube Channel for your food blog. Before you know it, you’ll be hearing Lights! Camera! Action! and watching your subscriber count rise. The moment has come. After hearing again and again that […
A new study shows proton pump inhibitors, used by millions of Canadians, could lead to permanent kidney damage without…
02.22 / 22:51
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NEW YORK - The so-called abortion pill — now dispensed only in clinics, hospitals and doctors' offices — should be made available by prescription in pharmacies across the U.S., according to a group of doctors and public health experts urging an end to tough federal restrictions on the dru…
The longlist for this year's National Business Book Award, presented to an outstanding non-fiction title on Canadian business published the previous year, has been…
02.22 / 22:20
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The very best from this week’s Champions League matches, including a heroic performance in goal and one of the best Champions League matches…
02.23 / 00:32
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Reeling Lakers return to practice for 1st time in Magic…
02.23 / 00:29
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Cavaliers meeting with free agent forward Larry…
02.23 / 00:29
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The Boston Celtics have been working the phones to try to improve their team by the NBA trade deadline. Find out the latest updates and trade rumors for…
02.23 / 00:09
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Owens captured a Grey Cup and the CFL's outstanding player award with the Argos, but was hampered by a foot injury last year with…
02.23 / 00:06
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Slow and steady wins the race. Wednesday’s Champions League win over Porto was a textbook Juventus road performance, with the Italians controlling the tempo right from the start and methodically going right at the…
02.23 / 00:04
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West-leading Wild aim to avoid post-bye…
02.23 / 00:00
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Instagram is completely different now.On 22 February, the photo-sharing app introduced a feature: the ability to share multiple photos and videos in a single post. You can combine up to 10 pics and videos in an album-like post and swipe through to…
02.23 / 00:35
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Research suggests that more than 500,000 businesses will shut down in 2017 due to cyberattacks. Your business shouldn't be one of them. With ransomware attacks skyrocketing, it's not a matter of if you'll be hit, it's a matter of when. Take these steps now, and you'll be covered from ransomware attacks and other…
02.23 / 00:32
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Blu is a company renowned for building very affordable smartphones without too many compromises in performance and quality. Granted, they never quite compete with the best phones out there, but they certainly push the limits of what you can expect…
02.23 / 00:07
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Amazon Web Services (AWS) launched a new enterprise unified communications (UC) service this week named Chime, pitting it against the likes of Microsoft's Skype for Business and Cisco's…
02.23 / 00:02
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Apple announced the name of what we used to call Apple Campus 2.0—now it’s Apple Park. Bryan and Jeff chew on the name for a while, and discuss what we might expect when it opens in April. They also pore over Apple Watch 3 rumors and the news that a key supplier will stop making Apple Watch displays. And somehow they segue that into some new iPad and iPhone r…
02.23 / 00:00
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Following a successful trial run in Israel and San Francisco, Google is expanding Waze’s ride sharing program to several U.S. and Latin American cities over the next few months. The service competes with Uber’s UberPool and Lyft’s Line services, but with some key differences in the business model. …
02.22 / 23:59
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The most affordable Tesla, the Model 3, will begin initial production in July the automaker has confirmed, amid better-than-expected financial results for the last year. The upcoming milestone was announced as part of Tesla‘s report for Q4 and full-year Q4, with 24,882 cars produced in the last quarter. However, full production of the Model 3 isn’t expected until September 2017. … Continue…
02.22 / 23:40
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Microsoft’s Windows 10 operating system pulls off an impressive highwire act of taking users’ favorite elements from the popular Windows XP, and then updating the whole system for modern users. But there are many things Windows 10 can do that you've probably never heard of. I'll walk you through some of my fav…
02.22 / 23:37
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The President wants states to decide who has access to restrooms and locker…
02.23 / 00:35
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Zika hasn't gone away, but as the mosquito-borne virus has faded from the headlines, travellers seem less concerned about it than they were last year. "We had a big downturn in honeymoon business last year," said Hans Pfister, who owns the Lapa Rios Lodge in Costa Rica's Osa Peninsula.…
02.23 / 00:31
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As the announcements for Garth Brooks’ Edmonton shows stacked up in December, I noticed a strange, rather stale remora attaching itself repeatedly to the news on social media. In the comments below the Facebook posts, whenever someone didn’t notice it’d already been done several times, another no-so-fresh Chris Gaines joke or jab would materialize. In…
02.23 / 00:31
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L Brands forecast a steeper drop in February comparable sales as its biggest brand, Victoria's Secret, faces slowing demand, sending the company's shares down nearly 13 percent in after-market trading on…
02.23 / 00:25
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LONDON - Romanian children adopted from overcrowded orphanages in the 1990s were more likely to suffer psychological problems as adults compared to other children taken in by British families, according to a decades-long study. Doctors say the findings suggest there is a critical window…
02.23 / 00:03
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Canadian designers are getting together to launch a pop-up shop this weekend -- 'Canadian Apparel' -- inside a former American Apparel store in Toronto’s trendy Queen West d…
02.22 / 23:57
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Canada's competition watchdog is suing the Hudson's Bay (HBC) for allegedly engaging in deceptive pricing practices, concerning the sale of mattresses and box …
02.22 / 23:57
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Nestled in the Okanagan valley, the town of Armstrong has become British Columbia's largest mosh pit. Trembling the Rocky Mountains and creating a gathering of metalheads like no other in Western Canada, ARMSTRONG METALFEST, now in its ninth year returns with a 2017 line up that metal fans from…
02.22 / 23:30
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A Halifax-area junior high school is conducting an interesting social experiment: banning cellphones. Administrators at Herring Cove Junior High School have taken away the devices for the next four days in an attempt to build stronger interpersonal…
02.23 / 00:35
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With one of her cat's being shot in July, now her second cat came home with a pellet lodged in its face in…
02.23 / 00:31
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Backyard gardeners asked to keep eye out for pest that can seriously damage agriculture…
02.23 / 00:31
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Fog and scattered showers continue overnight and end early tomorrow morning. A little more sunshine arrives tomorrow, and that will help the warm air over the region for one more day. The mercury should climb to near +5C. Cooler weather arrives…
02.23 / 00:28
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B.C. budget cuts are a strategic 'bang for the buck,'…
02.23 / 00:28
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B.C. budget cuts are a strategic 'bang for the buck,'…
02.23 / 00:28
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B.C. budget cuts are a strategic 'bang for the buck,'…
02.23 / 00:28
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B.C. budget cuts are a strategic 'bang for the buck,'…
02.23 / 00:28
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