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  1. London attacker, born Adrian Russell Ajao, used rental car to mow down pedestrians

    Cbc.ca - Top Stories 03.24 / 10:55 www.cbc.ca
    Khalid Masood, the 52-year-old man who attacked Britain's Parliament on Wednesday, killing four people and wounding some 50, was named Adrian Russell Ajao at birth, London's top counterterror officer said…
  2. Westminster attacker's birth name was Adrian Russell Ajao

    Ctvnews.ca - Top Stories 03.24 / 10:46 www.ctvnews.ca
    Khalid Masood, who attacked Britain's Parliament, killing four people and wounding some 50, was born Adrian Russell Ajao, London's top counterterror officer said…
  3. 5 things to know on Friday, March. 24, 2017

    Ctvnews.ca - Top Stories 03.24 / 10:46 www.ctvnews.ca
    Five things: a motion condemning Islamophobia was overwhelmingly passed in the House of Commons yesterday; security experts say homegrown terrorism is the top threat to Canadian national security; the Keystone XL pipeline is expected to get a stamp of approval from the Trump administration today; interim Conservative leader Rona Ambrose says Canada's budget could drive younger Canadians away; and the Calgary Zoo is looking for help in determining the country's greatest…
  4. MP who tried to save policeman had lost brother in extremist attack

    Cbc.ca - Top Stories 03.24 / 09:20 www.cbc.ca
    Keith Palmer and Tobias Ellwood, both fathers and at one time soldiers, are both being praised for their heroism in Wednesday's attack in London, but one of them…
  5. Coaches preach continuity

    REGINA — TO suggest Mike O’Shea, Chris Jones and Wally Buono have little in common wouldn’t be farfetched. It’d be safe to say Jason Maas, Rick Campbell and Marc Trestmen also vary in their respective views and philosophies. Ditto for Jacques Chapdelaine, Kent Austin…
  6. British police reveal name, more details of Westminster attacker

    Ctvnews.ca - Top Stories 03.24 / 09:10 www.ctvnews.ca
    Khalid Masood, who attacked Britain's Parliament, killing four people and wounding some 50, was born Adrian Russell Ajao, London's top counterterror officer said…
  7. The Playbook: NFL scouts eye Bison; Chevy chip off Hawks block; Granger grinder for L.A. Kings; and much more

    Manitobans are still crunching the numbers to see how they'll be affected by federal Finance Minister Bill Morneau's second budget. From provincial cabinet ministers to community activists to the people most at need of federal services and programs, Manitobans were still waiting Thursday…
  8. Guacamole recalled over listeria concerns

    Ctvnews.ca - Top Stories 03.24 / 06:49 www.ctvnews.ca
    A recall has been issued for Chef Destinations, Frankly Fresh Salads and Fresh St. branded guacamole over listeria…
  1. Can Donald Trump make a deal on health care?

    Macleans.ca - Politics 03.24 / 11:04 www.macleans.ca
    Trump, who wrote on 'The Art of the Deal', has his deal-making abilities put to the test on health care bill The post Can Donald Trump make a deal on health care? appeared first on…
  2. Some Mounties swapping red serge for blue as they seek jobs with other forces

    Cbc.ca - Politics 03.24 / 09:20 www.cbc.ca
    Heavy caseloads, a toxic workplace culture, concerns about officer safety and low pay are among the reasons cited by Mounties who spoke to CBC News after leaving the RCMP for new careers at other Canadian police…
  3. Beijing pressing for full access to Canada's economy in trade talks

    Ambassador Lu Shaye says China wants to invest in all sectors, but security concerns and human rights are not up for…
  4. 9/11 victims’ families press on with lawsuits targeting Saudi Arabia

    Globalnews.ca - Politics 03.24 / 06:36 globalnews.ca
    Saudi Arabia has repeatedly said it was not…
  5. After Budget 2017, a road map to what mattered

    Macleans.ca - Politics 03.24 / 04:01 www.macleans.ca
    Family matters, the Trump factor, big-ticket items, gender, shell games—and more The post After Budget 2017, a road map to what mattered appeared first on M…
  6. 14 countries call on Venezuela to hold elections and release ‘political prisoners’

    Globalnews.ca - Politics 03.24 / 03:29 globalnews.ca
    They're trying to get Venezuela to "re-establish…
  7. Mars, weed, coding and hiking: A few things you might have missed in the federal budget

    News.nationalpost.com - Politics 03.24 / 02:26 news.nationalpost.com
    We put together some spending details that were mostly overlooked in the flood of coverage surrounding Wednesday’s budget r…
  8. Trump ditches health care negotiations, demands now-or-never vote

    Globalnews.ca - Politics 03.24 / 01:56 globalnews.ca
    Trump and Republicans had campaigned on a promise to repeal and replace the Affordable Care Act, better known as Obamacare, passed in…
  1. We have now hit full-on crazy

    Canadafreepress.com - World 03.24 / 10:46 canadafreepress.com
    Liberals are ecstatic that a judge in Hawaii is writing immigration policy for the entire country, and that policy is: We have no right to tell anyone that he can’t live in America. (Unless they’re Christians—those guys we can keep…
  2. TRUMP DEMANDS HEALTH CARE VOTE TODAY

    Canadafreepress.com - World 03.24 / 10:46 canadafreepress.com
    President Trump is finished with negotiating and is demanding lawmakers get down to business and vote on House Speaker Paul Ryan’s Obamacare-replacement package…
  3. This is the only chance to repeal Obamacare? Nonsense!

    Canadafreepress.com - World 03.24 / 10:46 canadafreepress.com
    “Guys, we’ve got one shot here,” [President Trump] told members of the Freedom Caucus at a meeting in the Cabinet Room, according to a person present in the room who spoke on the condition of anonymity because the meeting was private. “This is it—we’re voting…
  4. Police locate stolen car with 2 toddlers safe inside

    Lethbridgeherald.com - World 03.24 / 10:30 lethbridgeherald.com
    CATHEDRAL CITY, Calif. – Two Southern California toddlers have been found safe after authorities located the car they’d been in when it was stolen. Cathedral City police said on Twitter that the two brothers were in their babysitter’s Honda Accord when she stepped out for an errand Thursday night and someone stole it. An Amber The post Police locate stolen car with 2 toddlers safe inside appeared first on The Lethbridge Herald - News and Sports from around…
  5. Foreign Buyers Tax Won't Solve GTA Housing Affordability Crisis

    Canadafreepress.com - World 03.24 / 10:21 canadafreepress.com
    The middle class dream is slipping through the fingers of families in the Greater Toronto Area (GTA), and the fault lies with our…
  6. Aid group fears 100s drowned from 3 migrant boats off Libya

    Lethbridgeherald.com - World 03.24 / 10:05 lethbridgeherald.com
    MADRID – A Spanish aid organization says it fears hundreds of migrants may have died off the coast of Libya after five bodies were found near two capsized boats while the search for a third vessel reported missing has so far proved futile. Proactiva Open Arms spokeswoman Laura Lanuza said their vessel was heading north The post Aid group fears 100s drowned from 3 migrant boats off Libya appeared first on The Lethbridge Herald - News and Sports from around…
  7. World markets mixed as US health care bill vote looms

    Newstalk650.com - World 03.24 / 10:01 newstalk650.com
    HONG KONG — World stock markets were mixed Friday after a U.S. vote on a health care bill was delayed, raising doubts over whether President Donald Trump can push through his business friendly agenda. KEEPING SCORE: European shares were mostly lower in early trading. France's CAC 40 lost 0.3 per cent to 5,019.56 and Britain's FTSE 100 slipped less than 0.1 per cent to 7,338.09. Germany's DAX was nearly flat at 12,040.78. U.S. benchmarks were poised to open higher, with Dow futures adding 0…
  8. British police reveal more details of Parliament attacker

    Newstalk650.com - World 03.24 / 10:01 newstalk650.com
    LONDON — Khalid Masood, who attacked Britain's Parliament, killing four people and wounding some 50, was born Adrian Russell Ajao, London's top counterterror officer said Friday. Mark Rowley revealed the name in a briefing outside Scotland Yard in which he also announced two more "significant" arrests had been made. That brings the total number of people in custody for the Wednesday attack to nine. "We remain keen to hear from anyone who knew Khalid Masood well, understands who his a…
  1. Early morning fire significantly damages Halifax home

    Globalnews.ca - Canada 03.24 / 10:55 globalnews.ca
    Occupants of a home on the corner of Bayers Road and Romans Avenue managed to escape shortly after the fire broke…
  2. Less sweetness, more savagery in film version of Rob Ford story

    Thestar.com - Canada 03.24 / 10:20 www.thestar.com
    Filth City adds extra drugs and violence to fictional tale, but actor gets ex-mayor just…
  3. Should First Nations 'social emergencies' receive the same response as natural disasters?

    Cbc.ca - Canada 03.24 / 10:06 www.cbc.ca
    Some First Nations have been in a state of emergency for years because of suicides now they say social emergencies require the same coordinated response as floods or forest…
  4. Woman pleads guilty to assault with a weapon for running over man with his own stolen van

    Torontosun.com - Canada 03.24 / 10:01 www.torontosun.com
    A woman charged with attempted murder for stealing a man's van and then running him over with it pleaded guilty to assault with a weapon…
  5. No injuries reported after shots fired in St. Lawrence neighbourhood

    Cp24.com - Canada 03.24 / 09:57 www.cp24.com
    No injuries were reported after gunfire broke out on a quiet street in the city’s St. Lawrence neighbourhood early Friday m…
  6. Morneau says government is committed to gender-based analysis of spending

    Cp24.com - Canada 03.24 / 09:57 www.cp24.com
    Finance Minister Bill Morneau said he recognizes the importance of transparency when it comes to scrutinizing how government spending impacts men and women -- as well as other groups of people -- in different…
  7. Federal Budget 2017: Bill Morneau optimistic on more transparency for gender-based analysis

    Globalnews.ca - Canada 03.24 / 09:44 globalnews.ca
    Finance Minister Bill Morneau said he recognizes the importance of transparency when it comes to scrutinizing how government spending impacts men and women - as well as other groups of people - in different…
  8. Everyone thinks Parliament should be reformed, but no one can agree on how

    Cbc.ca - Canada 03.24 / 09:19 www.cbc.ca
    The latest attempt at parliamentary reform in Canada seems in danger of being strangled by parliamentary…