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  1. The Latest: Hotel guest's SMS: 'Help, we're dying of cold'

    Newstalk650.com - World 01.19 / 10:48 newstalk650.com
    MILAN — The Latest on the avalanche that buried a hotel in central Italy (all times local): 11:15 a.m. Italian news reports say that some guests at a mountain hotel struck by an avalanche sent text messages to emergency numbers advising they were trapped inside. "Help, we're dying of cold," one couple wrote rescuers, according to the ANSA news agency. In addition, someone who had managed to get out also texted authorities. The guest, identified by news reports as Fabio Salzetta, sent a SMS …
  2. Parks Service's McGinnis moving from Capitol Reef to Saguaro

    Brandonsun.com - World 01.19 / 10:21 www.brandonsun.com
    TUCSON, Ariz. - Saguaro National Park is getting a new superintendent, with Leah McGinnis being named to the position after completing a four-month stint as the southern Arizona park's acting superintendent and moving on from her current position as superintendent of Capitol Reef National Park…
  3. Canada Revenue Agency monitoring Facebook, Twitter posts of some Canadians

    Cbc.ca - Canada 01.19 / 10:13 www.cbc.ca
    The Canada Revenue Agency is scrutinizing the Facebook pages and other social media posts of people it believes are at "high risk" of cheating on their taxes. It's also rapidly expanding its use of cutting-edge big data techniques for everything from improving customer service to deciding who to…
  4. ‘Get out of here!’ The story from inside the La Loche school shooting

    Citynews.ca - Canada 01.19 / 10:00 www.citynews.ca
    Phyllis Longobardi remembers hearing two blasts before she saw the gun. The assistant principal at the La Loche high school in northern Saskatchewan remembers that the lunch bell had rung on Jan. 22, 2016, and she was coaxing students to get to class. Then several teens ran by terrified. She wondered what was up. “Bang!”…
  5. Five stories in the news today, Jan. 19

    Lethbridgeherald.com - Canada 01.19 / 09:31 lethbridgeherald.com
    Five stories in the news for Thursday, Jan. 19 – – – CANADIAN TRAVELLING TO WASHINGTON TO PROTEST TRUMP Hundreds of Canadians will be in Washington, D.C., to take part in a massive protest and rally on the first day of Donald Trump’s new administration. Organizers of Saturday’s Women’s March on Washington say they expect The post Five stories in the news today, Jan. 19 appeared first on The Lethbridge Herald - News and Sports from around…
  6. The Latest: Italian authorities: 30 missing in avalanche

    Brandonsun.com - World 01.19 / 08:40 www.brandonsun.com
    MILAN - The Latest on the avalanche that buried a hotel in central Italy (all times local): 9:20 a.m. Italian civil protection authorities say that 30 people are missing after an avalanche covered a mountain hotel in central Italy. The authority says they were working to get rescue vehicles…
  7. Trump's plans for Scottish golf resort spark new conflicts worry

    Ctvnews.ca - Top Stories 01.19 / 08:19 www.ctvnews.ca
    Donald Trump's vow that his company will do "no new foreign deals" is drawing scrutiny as his company confirms plans to expand its golf resort near Aberdeen, Scotland, raising concerns about conflicts of…
  8. Raonic tops Muller to head to clinch spot in third round at Australian Open

    Ctvnews.ca - Top Stories 01.19 / 06:58 www.ctvnews.ca
    Third-seeded Milos Raonic maintained his record of reaching the third round all seven years he has contested the Australian…
  1. Trump's plans for Scottish golf resort spark new conflicts worry

    Ctvnews.ca - Top Stories 01.19 / 08:19 www.ctvnews.ca
    Donald Trump's vow that his company will do "no new foreign deals" is drawing scrutiny as his company confirms plans to expand its golf resort near Aberdeen, Scotland, raising concerns about conflicts of…
  2. Raonic tops Muller to head to clinch spot in third round at Australian Open

    Ctvnews.ca - Top Stories 01.19 / 06:58 www.ctvnews.ca
    Third-seeded Milos Raonic maintained his record of reaching the third round all seven years he has contested the Australian…
  3. Raonic tops Miller to head to clinch spot in third round at Australian Open

    Ctvnews.ca - Top Stories 01.19 / 06:38 www.ctvnews.ca
    Third-seeded Milos Raonic maintained his record of reaching the third round all seven years he has contested the Australian…
  4. Dramatic video shows two armed robberies in central Alberta

    Ctvnews.ca - Top Stories 01.19 / 03:55 www.ctvnews.ca
    Two separate, but equally frightening, armed robberies were caught by surveillance cameras in central…
  5. Prosecutor investigating Playa del Carmen nightclub shooting becomes target of assassins

    Cbc.ca - Top Stories 01.18 / 21:36 www.cbc.ca
    A violent attack in Cancun, Mexico, has further undermined the area's reputation as a peaceful idyll amid the turbulence of Mexico's drug…
  6. Parole board fails to reach decision on convicted killer Kelly Ellard

    Ctvnews.ca - Top Stories 01.18 / 20:09 www.ctvnews.ca
    Convicted British Columbia killer Kelly Ellard is expected to ask for parole again today, less than a year after a parole board said she was too entitled to be…
  7. Backlash may force McDonald's Canada to go nut-safe again: expert

    Ctvnews.ca - Top Stories 01.18 / 19:09 www.ctvnews.ca
    The growing backlash against McDonald’s Canada’s decision to serve nuts that are not in individual, sealed packages may ultimately force the company to reverse course, one marketing expert bel…
  8. Loonie loses nearly full cent after Poloz says rate cut still 'on the table'

    Ctvnews.ca - Top Stories 01.18 / 19:07 www.ctvnews.ca
    The Canadian dollar plunged almost a full cent Wednesday following the Bank of Canada governor's comments that a cut in the interest rate 'remains on the…
  1. Why calling Trump illegitimate might legitimately work

    Macleans.ca - Politics 01.19 / 03:44 www.macleans.ca
    Democrats are slowly moving from attacking Trump's character to attacking his legitimacy, and just purely from a strategic standpoint, it could be a better option The post Why calling Trump illegitimate might legitimately work appeared first on…
  2. WikiLeaks founder Julian Assange quick to back away from extradition pledge

    Globalnews.ca - Politics 01.19 / 03:23 globalnews.ca
    WikiLeaks founder Julian Assange retreated from his pledge to accept extradition to the U.S. if Chelsea Manning was granted…
  3. Kevin O'Leary Waves Passport To Show He Can Take On Trump

    Huffingtonpost.ca - Politics 01.18 / 20:09 www.huffingtonpost.ca
    He’s wading into an old political arena as something new, and using some borrowed media tactics to promise he can boost something blue. Celebrity businessman Kevin O’Leary formally announced his candidacy for Conservative leader on Wednesday, ending nearly a year of speculation over his possible — now confirmed — bid. To prove how serious he is about becoming Tory leader and taking on Prime Minister Justin Trudeau in 2019, the “Shark Tank” star pulled out his passport on live TV to make t…
  4. Kevin O’Leary: ‘If I don’t deliver a majority mandate in 2019, fire me’

    Globalnews.ca - Politics 01.18 / 15:46 globalnews.ca
    Kevin O'Leary says he fully expects to win the Conservative leadership this coming May, and if his approach to defeating the Liberal government in 2019 subsequently fails, he should be…
  5. Kevin O’Leary officially enters Conservative leadership

    Globalnews.ca - Politics 01.18 / 13:01 globalnews.ca
    As some had suggested, O’Leary is waiting until after Tuesday’s French leadership debate to officially enter the rac…
  6. O’Leary won’t comment on rumours he’ll join Tory race Wednesday

    Macleans.ca - Politics 01.18 / 05:28 www.macleans.ca
    Businessman is expected to finally launch his campaign for the Conservative leadership Wednesday afternoon in Toronto The post O’Leary won’t comment on rumours he’ll join Tory race Wednesday appeared first on…
  7. Trudeau: Liberals ‘inherited’ pipeline mistrust from Tories

    Macleans.ca - Politics 01.18 / 05:08 www.macleans.ca
    Prime minister's tour to meet Canadians continued in Fredericton, N.B., and Sherbrooke, Que. The post Trudeau: Liberals ‘inherited’ pipeline mistrust from Tories appeared first on…
  8. Trump’s education secretary pick gets grilled

    Macleans.ca - Politics 01.18 / 04:47 www.macleans.ca
    Betsy DeVos spars with confirmation panel over disclosures, campus sex assault, and more The post Trump’s education secretary pick gets grilled appeared first on…
  1. The Latest: Hotel guest's SMS: 'Help, we're dying of cold'

    Newstalk650.com - World 01.19 / 10:48 newstalk650.com
    MILAN — The Latest on the avalanche that buried a hotel in central Italy (all times local): 11:15 a.m. Italian news reports say that some guests at a mountain hotel struck by an avalanche sent text messages to emergency numbers advising they were trapped inside. "Help, we're dying of cold," one couple wrote rescuers, according to the ANSA news agency. In addition, someone who had managed to get out also texted authorities. The guest, identified by news reports as Fabio Salzetta, sent a SMS …
  2. Parks Service's McGinnis moving from Capitol Reef to Saguaro

    Brandonsun.com - World 01.19 / 10:21 www.brandonsun.com
    TUCSON, Ariz. - Saguaro National Park is getting a new superintendent, with Leah McGinnis being named to the position after completing a four-month stint as the southern Arizona park's acting superintendent and moving on from her current position as superintendent of Capitol Reef National Park…
  3. The Latest: Italian authorities: 30 missing in avalanche

    Brandonsun.com - World 01.19 / 08:40 www.brandonsun.com
    MILAN - The Latest on the avalanche that buried a hotel in central Italy (all times local): 9:20 a.m. Italian civil protection authorities say that 30 people are missing after an avalanche covered a mountain hotel in central Italy. The authority says they were working to get rescue vehicles…
  4. Vegemite goes home: Oreo maker sells to Australia's Bega

    Brandonsun.com - World 01.19 / 04:56 www.brandonsun.com
    CANBERRA, Australia - Vegemite, the salty, brown spread beloved in Australia, is going home, purchased by an Australian dairy company from the maker of Oreos. Mondelez International Inc. said Wednesday it was selling Vegemite and other Australian and New Zealand grocery products to Bega…
  5. American Humane investigating treatment of dog in film

    Brandonsun.com - World 01.19 / 02:15 www.brandonsun.com
    LOS ANGELES - The organization that ensures animal safety in film and television productions said Wednesday it is investigating whether a frightened dog was forced into churning water during the making of "A Dog's Purpose." American Humane has also suspended its safety representative who…
  6. Inaugural crowds sure to be huge - but how huge?

    Brandonsun.com - World 01.19 / 02:14 www.brandonsun.com
    WASHINGTON - Donald Trump says his inauguration will have "an unbelievable, perhaps record-setting turnout." Organizers of a protest the next day call it the biggest demonstration in history to welcome a new president. Exactly how many people actually show up for both events will likely never…
  7. Driver clocked at 146 km/h in snowstorm, wanted new car stereo

    Torontosun.com - World 01.19 / 02:02 www.torontosun.com
    New Hampshire State Police say a driver clocked at 91 mph during a snowstorm said she was late for an appointment to have a new car stereo…
  8. Suspect in Florida officer's killing released from hospital

    Newstalk650.com - World 01.19 / 01:40 newstalk650.com
    ORLANDO, Fla. — Authorities asked the courts on Wednesday to deny bond for the suspect in last week's fatal shooting of an Orlando police officer as he was hospitalized for most of the day with injuries he got during his arrest. An affidavit, filed with the Orange County Clerk of Courts a day after 41-year-old Markeith Loyd was arrested in an abandoned home, shows authorities want to make sure he remains in custody, as is customary for a fugitive facing murder charges. Loyd was arrested T…
  1. Canada Revenue Agency monitoring Facebook, Twitter posts of some Canadians

    Cbc.ca - Canada 01.19 / 10:13 www.cbc.ca
    The Canada Revenue Agency is scrutinizing the Facebook pages and other social media posts of people it believes are at "high risk" of cheating on their taxes. It's also rapidly expanding its use of cutting-edge big data techniques for everything from improving customer service to deciding who to…
  2. ‘Get out of here!’ The story from inside the La Loche school shooting

    Citynews.ca - Canada 01.19 / 10:00 www.citynews.ca
    Phyllis Longobardi remembers hearing two blasts before she saw the gun. The assistant principal at the La Loche high school in northern Saskatchewan remembers that the lunch bell had rung on Jan. 22, 2016, and she was coaxing students to get to class. Then several teens ran by terrified. She wondered what was up. “Bang!”…
  3. Five stories in the news today, Jan. 19

    Lethbridgeherald.com - Canada 01.19 / 09:31 lethbridgeherald.com
    Five stories in the news for Thursday, Jan. 19 – – – CANADIAN TRAVELLING TO WASHINGTON TO PROTEST TRUMP Hundreds of Canadians will be in Washington, D.C., to take part in a massive protest and rally on the first day of Donald Trump’s new administration. Organizers of Saturday’s Women’s March on Washington say they expect The post Five stories in the news today, Jan. 19 appeared first on The Lethbridge Herald - News and Sports from around…
  4. Canadian campuses working toward reconciliation have their work cut out

    Rabble.ca - Canada 01.19 / 05:56 rabble.ca
    rabble.ca and the Canadian Federation of Students (CFS) are teaming up to find Canada's next progressive student journalists. Generously funded by the CFS, Campus Notes will be running articles on Canada's critical post-secondary education issues. Have an idea? Pitch it here. read more …
  5. Police identify found human remains as missing Brampton senior

    Globalnews.ca - Canada 01.19 / 03:02 globalnews.ca
    Peel Regional Police have identified a body found in a Brampton park as a missing…
  6. Complaint filed over treatment of German shepherd on Winnipeg-area film set

    Brandonsun.com - Canada 01.19 / 02:00 www.brandonsun.com
    WINNIPEG - A Toronto-based animal law organization has filed animal cruelty complaints over the treatment of a German shepherd on the set of the film "A Dog's Purpose." Animal Justice says footage apparently shot near Winnipeg in November 2015 shows the filmmakers forcing the dog into…
  7. Auto Giants Team Up To Invest In Hydrogen (Not Electric) Cars

    Thirteen car and energy industry giants are teaming up to push hydrogen as the world's next major fuel source. Honda, Hyundai, Royal Dutch Shell, BMW Group and Toyota are among the companies that have formed the "Hydrogen Council." The group said in a release Tuesday that its formation is "a global initiative to voice a united vision and long-term ambition for hydrogen to foster the energy transition." Toyota shows off a hydrogen-powered car at the Bangkok International Motor Show in…
  8. Transcript: O'Leary on his bid for Conservative leadership

    Thestar.com - Canada 01.18 / 23:38 www.thestar.com
    Businessman and reality television personality Kevin O’Leary announced he would seek the leadership of the Conservative Party W…