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  1. Luxury toothpicks are due for a comeback and this Toronto company is making that happen

    Nationalpost.com - Top Stories 07.24 / 04:41 www.nationalpost.com
    Peter Smith sells luxury toothpicks that come in six flavours, including single malt and bourbon. A four-bottle pack starts at $25— or 50 cents per t…
  2. This never-before-seen photo of Diana was taken by Prince William at age 3

    Nationalpost.com - Top Stories 07.24 / 03:40 www.nationalpost.com
    The intimate family snap, found in a personal photo album belonging to the princess, had been packed away and was only discovered by the princes earlier this…
  3. Ribfest puts on a show at K-Days

    Edmontonsun.com - Top Stories 07.24 / 02:51 www.edmontonsun.com
    The Ribfest is back for another messy year on the K-Days…
  4. Automation Nation: Amazon's Brampton facility putting robotics to the ultimate test

    Torontosun.com - Top Stories 07.24 / 02:51 www.torontosun.com
    It’s called a fulfillment centre, built to ship thousands of Amazon orders a day. But what it is really fulfilling is the dream of the f…
  5. How music came out of darkness

    Torontosun.com - Top Stories 07.24 / 02:31 www.torontosun.com
    No question that guitars and those who play them sometimes gently…
  6. Why NASA is freezing the Hubble Space Telescope' s successor ahead of 2018 launch

    Ctvnews.ca - Top Stories 07.24 / 02:05 www.ctvnews.ca
    The James Webb Space Telescope (JWST) -- the largest space observatory ever built -- is expected to help scientists piece together the earliest moments of solar systems and delve deeper than ever into our expanding universe. They are also very worried that something could break once it’s up there. So they’ve put it in a massive freezer to see what hap…
  7. Purrrfect mayor Stubbs the cat dies at 20

    Calgarysun.com - Top Stories 07.24 / 01:49 www.calgarysun.com
    Stubbs, the honorary feline mayor of the Alaska town of Talkeetna, has died at the age of…
  8. 'A more positive mojo': Trump's new communications boss Scaramucci wants to hit reset button

    Calgarysun.com - Top Stories 07.24 / 01:49 www.calgarysun.com
    President Donald Trump’s new communications adviser says it’s time to hit the “reset butto…
  1. Andrew Scheer is right to steer the Conservatives clear of controversy

    From Bernier backlash to the Khadr settlement, the Conservative Leader’s recent moves underscore why he is a worthy heir to H…
  2. Trump tweets disappointment at Republicans who ‘do very little’ to protect him

    Globalnews.ca - Politics 07.23 / 22:06 globalnews.ca
    Trump's tweet comes as Republicans in the Senate struggle to come together on a bill to overhaul O…
  3. Russia sanctions bill that defies Donald Trump set for key vote

    Globalnews.ca - Politics 07.23 / 17:38 globalnews.ca
    The Republican-led House is set to vote soon on a sweeping Russia sanctions package that defies the White…
  4. Canadians must respect treaties with Indigenous peoples, draft citizenship study guide says

    The working copy suggests Ottawa has completely overhauled the book used by prospective Canadians to prepare for the citizenship…
  5. Taxes, census, treaties are obligations in new Canadian citizenship guide

    Ctvnews.ca - Politics 07.23 / 16:05 www.ctvnews.ca
    Respecting treaties with Indigenous Peoples is listed as one of the mandatory obligations of Canadian citizenship in a draft version of a new study guide for the citizenship…
  6. Despite 2015 defeat, NDP in better spot now than during most of party's past leadership races

    Cbc.ca - Politics 07.23 / 09:03 www.cbc.ca
    Despite the big names within the NDP who opted to sit the leadership race out and the lack of enthusiasm for the contest outside of the party's existing membership base, the New Democrats are currently in a better position in the polls than they have been in most of their seven previous leadership…
  7. Intellectual property could be key as Canada and U.S. compete for frigate-building bids

    Cbc.ca - Politics 07.23 / 09:03 www.cbc.ca
    Intellectual property demands could be a key factor as Canada tries to compete with the U.S. for international…
  8. Russian ambassador to U.S., at the centre of election meddling probe, to be replaced

    Globalnews.ca - Politics 07.23 / 02:10 globalnews.ca
    Kislyak's name has emerged in relation to several of Trump's associates as a special counsel and congressional panels investigate Russian meddling and possible ties with the Trump…
  1. Suicide bombing kills 12 in Kabul

    Cbc.ca - World 07.24 / 04:15 www.cbc.ca
    A suicide attacker detonated a car bomb in the western part of Kabul on Monday, killing at least 12 people and wounding 10, and the death toll could rise, an Interior Ministry spokesman in the Afghan capital…
  2. US student freed after week held in China over taxi dispute

    Lethbridgeherald.com - World 07.24 / 02:33 lethbridgeherald.com
    BILLINGS, Mont. – An American university student is free following a weeklong detention in China for allegedly injuring a taxi driver who was roughing up his mother during a fare dispute, in a case that drew objections over the student’s treatment from U.S. lawmakers. Guthrie McLean, a student at the University of Montana, was released The post US student freed after week held in China over taxi dispute appeared first on The Lethbridge Herald - News and Sports from around…
  3. Mexican agents capture member of Jalisco cartel in Cancun

    Lethbridgeherald.com - World 07.24 / 01:52 lethbridgeherald.com
    MEXICO CITY – Mexican military and police forces say they have captured a member of the Jalisco cartel suspected of being behind a shooting attack on the office of prosecutors in Cancun. The attack in January left four people dead and marred Cancun’s reputation as a calm beach resort. It came a day after a The post Mexican agents capture member of Jalisco cartel in Cancun appeared first on The Lethbridge Herald - News and Sports from around…
  4. Ahead of key vote, details of GOP health bill still unknown

    Lethbridgeherald.com - World 07.24 / 01:52 lethbridgeherald.com
    WASHINGTON – The Senate will move forward with a key vote this week on a Republican health bill but it’s not yet known whether the legislation will seek to replace President Barack Obama’s health care law or simply repeal it, the third-highest ranking Republican senator said Sunday. Sen. John Thune of South Dakota said Senate The post Ahead of key vote, details of GOP health bill still unknown appeared first on The Lethbridge Herald - News and Sports from around…
  5. I Shared Trump's Annoyance at Jeff Sessions

    Canadafreepress.com - World 07.24 / 01:25 canadafreepress.com
    Everyone is having a cow over Trump criticizing AG Jeff Sessions for removing himself from the absurd FBI investigation that Trump stole the election by scheming with the Russians. Clearly, Sessions was clueless as to what the Trump Administration continues to deal with. Out of their minds with rage over Trump defeating Hillary and dismantling Obama’s tyrannical legacy, Leftists have launched civil war on Trump and his voters. No tactic is too low, dishonest or too…
  6. The Immorality of U.S. HIV/AIDS Overspending

    Canadafreepress.com - World 07.24 / 01:25 canadafreepress.com
    Seven of 22 the members of The Presidential Advisory Council on HIV/AIDS have now resigned. This was one of those public displays of moral exhibitionism to which we’ve become accustomed: They announced their rationale in a Newsweek op-ed, writing that they can no longer be effective under a “president who simply does not…
  7. 'A more positive mojo': Trump's new communications boss Scaramucci wants to hit reset button

    Nugget.ca - World 07.24 / 00:35 www.nugget.ca
    President Donald Trump’s new communications adviser says it’s time to hit the “reset butto…
  8. Protests over judicial reforms head into Day 8 in Poland

    Cbc.ca - World 07.24 / 00:33 www.cbc.ca
    Poles protested in cities and towns across Poland for the eighth day Sunday over new rules passed by the ruling party that would drastically limit the independence of the…
  1. UPDATE: RCMP search for Australian hiker missing in B.C. continues

    Globalnews.ca - Canada 07.24 / 03:35 globalnews.ca
    RCMP say the search for Sophie Dowsley continues, five days after her boyfriend's body was…
  2. Canada should be concerned as North Korean tensions increase: Prof

    Torontosun.com - Canada 07.24 / 02:51 www.torontosun.com
    Canadians have a compelling reason to be concerned with escalating tensions with North Korea, Carleton University Professor Elliot Tepper…
  3. Vehicle Catches Fire at Birds Hill Park

    Chrisd.ca - Winnipeg 07.24 / 02:08 www.chrisd.ca
    Plumes of black smoke were sent billowing into the air at Birds Hill Park Sunday afternoon after a vehicle caught fire. © 2017. This article Vehicle Catches Fire at Birds Hill Park appeared first on …
  4. Saskatoon’s Ganbatte Anime Convention draws hundreds for second year

    Globalnews.ca - Canada 07.24 / 01:34 globalnews.ca
    Saskatoon's Ganbatte Anime Convention, which began last year, showcases Japanese arts and…
  5. Saskatoon’s Ganbatte anime convention draws hundreds for second year

    Globalnews.ca - Canada 07.24 / 01:13 globalnews.ca
    Saskatoon's Ganbatte Anime Convention, which began last year, showcases Japanese arts and…
  6. Crime Stoppers using social media to identify woman police may consider witness

    Globalnews.ca - Canada 07.24 / 00:12 globalnews.ca
    Saskatoon Crime Stoppers is using social media in an attempt to identify a woman police could consider a witness in the Amanda Totchek…
  7. Climber injured after anchor gave way is rescued after night on mountain

    Citynews.ca - Canada 07.23 / 23:54 www.citynews.ca
    CANMORE, Alta. – A climber who was injured in a tumble down an Alberta mountain has been rescued after spending the night on a rocky ledge. Kananaskis Country Public Safety Section says in a post on Facebook the climber was among a group that had summited Little Sister mountain near Canmore late on Saturday. The…
  8. Tears, fears at emotional memorial for slain Burnaby teen

    Torontosun.com - Canada 07.23 / 23:45 www.torontosun.com
    Dozens gathered Saturday night at a memorial for Marrisa Shen, the Burnaby teen whose body was found in Central Park four days…