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Articles from January 27, 2015

2015 Canadian Junior Curling Championships
2015 Canadian Junior Curling Championships--CORNER BROOK, N.L. - Standings and results Tuesday after the Draw 11 at the 2015 Canadian junior curling championships from Jan. 24-Feb. 1 (all times Eastern):MENPool APool BTuesday's resultsDraw 10P.E.I. 13...
Alberta's Prentice, Saskatchewan's Wall Not Travelling to Ottawa for Meeting
Prentice, Wall not travelling to Ottawa--OTTAWA - Two western conservative premiers, Alberta's Jim Prentice and Saskatchewan's Brad Wall, will not be in attendance at this week's premiers' meeting in Ottawa.B.C.'s Christy Clark says she'll represent...
A List of the Pre-Election Promises NDP Leader Tom Mulcair Has Made So Far
Mulcair's election promises so far--OTTAWA - Since last summer, Tom Mulcair has been unveiling planks from the platform upon which the NDP intends to run in the coming election, scheduled for October. Here's what the NDP leader has promised so far:--...
As Sentencing Hearing Begins, Former MP Dean del Mastro Calls for Mistrial
As sentence looms, Del Mastro seeks mistrial--PETERBOROUGH, Ont. - With the prospect of jail time looming, former Conservative MP Dean Del Mastro abruptly sought Tuesday to stall his ongoing legal odyssey by asking for a mistrial -- a move which could...
B.C. Hockey Rivalry Devolves into Arguments, Prompts Judge to Order Peace Bond
Peace bond for B.C. hockey team owner--COURTENAY, B.C. - A junior hockey team owner on Vancouver Island who's been ordered to stay away from the owners of a rival team says he regrets the heated arguments that set off the dispute, but he feels he's been...
B.C. Premier Clark Says Diversified Economy Keeps Province on Balanced Budget
Premier says diversity keeps B.C. economy afloat--VICTORIA - British Columbia's diverse economy is its greatest asset, and Premier Christy Clark said that's what is helping her government to present another balanced budget next month.The premier boasted...
BKO-CIS-MEN-Stdgs
BKO-CIS-MEN-Stdgs--CIS MENCanada WestQuebec ConferenceOUAAUSTuesday's resultsAcadia at Dalhousie (ppd.)Wednesday's gamesSaint Mary's at StFX, 7 p.m.McMaster at Guelph, 8 p.m.Waterloo at Laurier, 8 p.m.Ryerson at Brock, 8 p.m.Thursday's gamesLaval at...
BKO-CIS-WOMEN-Stdgs
BKO-CIS-WOMEN-Stdgs--CIS WomenAUSCanada WestQuebec ConferenceOUATuesday's resultsAcadia at Dalhousie (ppd.)Wednesday's gamesSaint Mary's at StFX, 5 p.m.Ryerson at Brock, 6 p.m.McMaster at Guelph, 6 p.m.Waterloo at Laurier, 6 p.m.Thursday's gamesUQAM...
Blakeman Eyes Interim Alberta Liberal Leader Job, Seeks to Unite Progressives
Blakeman eyes interim Liberal leader post--EDMONTON - Alberta Liberal Laurie Blakeman says she is open to becoming interim party leader, and if she gets the job, she wants to work to unite the centre-left to fight the Jim Prentice Tory juggernaut."I'm...
Bogs into Bush: Research Suggests Climate Change Threatens Alberta Wetlands
Climate change could turn bogs into bush--EDMONTON - New research suggests that climate change is threatening to turn Alberta's huge northern wetlands into vast expanses of bush and shrub, altering the province's freshwater cycle and releasing large...
Cabbie Pleads Not Guilty to Running Down Man in Altercation Caught on Video
Montreal cabbie pleads not guilty in assault case--MONTREAL - Was a Montreal cab driver deliberately trying to run down a belligerent customer or just acting in self-defence and attempting to flee when he ran him over with his car?Those competing versions...
Calgary Flames Take Aim at Post-Season with Goaltending Tandem of Hiller, Ramo
Back to Hiller versus Ramo in Flames net--CALGARY - The Calgary Flames have reverted to the two-goalie tandem of Jonas Hiller and Karri Ramo after Joni Ortio's short, but successful stint with the NHL team.The Flames remain in position to end a five-year...
Canadians OK with Special Forces Firing Back and Killing ISIL Extremists: Harper
Canadians OK with killing terrorists: Harper--OTTAWA - Prime Minister Stephen Harper says his opposition rivals are offside with most Canadians when they criticize the military's repeated fire fights with the Islamic State of Iraq and the Levant.Harper...
Canadian Tyler Varga Enhances NFL Stock with Solid Senior Bowl Showing
Canadian Varga impresses at Senior Bowl--He's the fourth-ranked prospect for this year's CFL draft but Jim Barker firmly believes Tyler Varga's football future lies south of the border.Varga, from Kitchener, Ont., ran for 31 yards and two TDs on four...
CN Rail Dividend Increasing 25 per Cent as Q4 Profit Surges to $844 Million
CN boosts quarterly dividend 25 per cent--MONTREAL - Canadian National Railway is raising its quarterly dividend by 25 per cent as the country's largest railway says it expects to profit from the growing U.S. economy and a weaker loonie that should boost...
Conservative Government's Anti-Drug Advertising Blitz Last Fall Cost $7 Million
Federal anti-drug ad blitz cost $7 million--OTTAWA - Newly released figures show the Conservative government spent more than $7 million on a 10-week, anti-drug advertising campaign that wrapped up at the end of last month.That's more money than Health...
Court Hears Gordon Stuckless Lured Young Boys with the Help of an Accomplice
Stuckless had help luring boys:court hears--TORONTO - The man at the centre of the Maple Leaf Gardens sex abuse scandal had a system to lure young boys that sometimes involved working with an accomplice, a Toronto court heard Tuesday.One of Gordon Stuckless's...
Entertainment News as of 5 P.M. Tuesday, Jan. 27
Entertainment News Advisory--Tuesday, Jan. 27, 20155 p.m.ENTERTAINMENT NEWS ADVISORYHere are the top Entertainment stories from The Canadian Press as of 5 p.m. ET. All times Eastern unless otherwise stated. Coverage plans are included when available....
Entire City of Winnipeg under a Boil-Water Advisory after Positive E. Coli Tests
700,000 told to boil their water in Winnipeg--WINNIPEG - The entire city of Winnipeg was under a boil-water advisory Tuesday night after routine sampling turned up some potentially harmful bacteria in the municipal water supply.The city, which has a...
Extended Forecasts for Alberta and Northeastern British Columbia Issued by Environment Canada
Extended forecasts for Alberta and northeastern British Columbia issued by Environment Canada--Extended forecasts for Thursday, Friday, Saturday, Sunday and Monday for Alberta issued by Environment Canada at 15:30 mst Tuesday 27 January 2015.City of...
Extended Weather for Ontario Issued by Environment Canada
Extended weather for Ontario issued by Environment Canada--Extended forecasts for Thursday, Friday, Saturday, Sunday and Monday for Ontario issued by Environment Canada at 05:00 est Tuesday 27 January 2015.City of Toronto: Thursday, periods of snow....
Families Who Earn $30K-$60K to Benefit Least from Tories' Family Measures
Family plan benefits $30K-$60K earners least--OTTAWA - Of all the families eligible for the Conservative government's controversial family tax-and-benefit measures this year, those earning between $30,000 and $60,000 will see by far the smallest windfall,...
Feds Still Have Options to Balance Budget despite Costly Oil Slump: PBO
Balanced books possible amid oil slump: PBO--OTTAWA - With a few strategic tweaks, the Harper government can still fulfil its promise to balance the books even as low oil prices blow a multibillion-dollar hole in federal finances, the parliamentary budget...
Forecast for Alberta and Northeastern British Columbia Issued by Environment Canada
Forecast for Alberta and northeastern British Columbia issued by Environment Canada--Forecasts for Alberta issued by Environment Canada at 16:00 mst Tuesday 27 January 2015.City of Calgary: Today, clearing in the morning. High plus 3.Okotoks - High River...
Forecast for Newfoundland and Labrador Issued by Environment Canada
Forecast for Newfoundland and Labrador issued by Environment Canada--Extended forecasts for Thursday, Friday, Saturday, Sunday and Monday for Labrador issued by Environment Canada at 16:00 nst Tuesday 27 January 2015.St. John's - Bonavista Peninsula:...
Forecast for Northwestern Ontario Issued by Environment Canada
Forecast for Northwestern Ontario issued by Environment Canada--Forecasts for Northwestern and Northern Ontario issued by Environment Canada at 11:30 est Tuesday 27 January 2015.City of Thunder Bay, Cloud Bay - Dorion: Today, a mix of sun and cloud....
Forecast for Ontario Issued by Environment Canada
Forecast for Ontario issued by Environment Canada--Forecasts for Ontario issued by Environment Canada at 11:00 est Tuesday 27 January 2015.City of Toronto: Today, clearing late this afternoon. Wind north 20 km-h. High -6. Tonight, clear. Wind north 20...
Forecast for Ontario Issued by Environment Canada
Forecast for Ontario issued by Environment Canada--Forecasts for Ontario issued by Environment Canada at 15:30 est Tuesday 27 January 2015.City of Toronto: Today, sunny. High -3.Windsor - Essex - Chatham-Kent: Today, mainly sunny. High -5.Sarnia - Petrolia...
Forecast for Saskatchewan Issued by Environment Canada
Forecast for Saskatchewan issued by Environment Canada--Forecasts for Saskatchewan issued by Environment Canada at 11:00 cst Tuesday 27 January 2015.City of Regina: Today, a mix of sun and cloud. High plus 3. Tonight, overcast. Low -3. Wednesday, cloudy...
Forecast for Saskatchewan Issued by Environment Canada
Forecast for Saskatchewan issued by Environment Canada--Forecasts for Saskatchewan issued by Environment Canada at 16:00 cst Tuesday 27 January 2015.City of Regina: Today, cloudy. 70 percent chance of flurries late in the morning and in the afternoon....
Forecast for the Maritimes Issued by Environment Canada
Forecast for the Maritimes issued by Environment Canada--Forecasts for the Maritimes issued by Environment Canada at 11:00 ast Tuesday 27 January 2015.Halifax Metro and Halifax County West: Today, snow at times heavy mixed with ice pellets changing to...
Forecast for the Maritimes Issued by Environment Canada
Forecast for the Maritimes issued by Environment Canada--Forecasts for the Maritimes issued by Environment Canada at 16:00 ast Tuesday 27 January 2015.Halifax Metro and Halifax County West, Halifax County - east of Porters Lake: Today, a few rain showers...
Forecast for the Northwestern Ontario Issued by Environment Canada
Forecast for the Northwestern Ontario issued by Environment Canada--Forecasts for Northwestern and Northern Ontario issued by Environment Canada at 16:00 est Tuesday 27 January 2015.City of Thunder Bay, Cloud Bay - Dorion: Today, snow. Amount 5 cm. High...
Forecasts for Yukon and Northwestern British Columbia Issued by Environment Canada
Forecasts for Yukon and northwestern British Columbia issued by Environment Canada--Forecasts for Yukon and northwestern British Columbia issued by Environment Canada at 11:00 pst Tuesday 27 January 2015.Whitehorse: Today, periods of light snow ending...
Former Alberta Deputy Premier Thomas Lukaszuk to Seek PC Nomination in Edmonton
Former Alberta deputy premier to seek re-election--EDMONTON - Former Alberta deputy premier Thomas Lukaszuk (loo-KAH'-zuhk) says he will seek re-election despite not being reappointed to cabinet last fall after losing the party leadership to Premier...
Grain Shipping Companies Face Railway Backlog, Deteriorating Service: Report
Grain shippers face railway backlog: report--REGINA - A coalition of agriculture associations says the grain industry is dealing with deteriorating rail service and an 11 per cent shortfall in the supply of railway cars.The Ag Transport Coalition released...
Health-Lifestyles News Advisory as of 5 P.M. ET Tuesday, Jan. 27
Health-Lifestyles News Advisory--Tuesday, Jan. 27, 20155 p.m.HEALTH-LIFESTYLES-TRAVEL NEWS ADVISORYHere are the Health-Lifestyles-Travel stories from The Canadian Press as of 5 p.m. ET. Entries are subject to change as news develops. Questions can go...
Hughes Says "Clara's Big Ride" Documentary Is about Canadians and Mental Health
Documentary chronicles "Clara's Big Ride"--CALGARY - Clara Hughes rode her bike 11,000 kilometres for 110 days around Canada to get people talking about mental illness. She's pleased the documentary "Clara's Big Ride" isn't just about her.A one-hour...
"I Don't Like" Balanced Budget Law: Manitoba NDP Leadership Candidate
Leader candidate may change balanced budget law--WINNIPEG - One of the leadership candidates for Manitoba's governing New Democrats has left the door open to changing the province's balanced budget law if she becomes premier on March 8.Theresa Oswald,...
Impact Send Midfielder Felipe to New York Red Bulls for Oyongo, Alexander
Impact send Felipe to New York Red Bulls--MONTREAL - The Montreal Impact's rebuilding program took more steps Tuesday with the arrival in camp of Belgian defender Laurent Ciman and a major trade with the New York Red Bulls.The Impact sent popular midfielder...
Loonie Rises after Five Losing Sessions, Traders Look to GDP Data, Fed Meeting
Loonie rises after five losing sessions--TORONTO - The Canadian dollar closed higher Tuesday as oil and gold prices registered solid gains and traders looked to see how the Canadian economy performed in November.The loonie was up 0.39 of a cent to 80.62...
Manitoba Promises Help for Child Welfare but Backs Away from Inquiry Suggestions
More help promised for Manitoba child welfare--WINNIPEG - Manitoba is promising more support for families in danger of losing their children to government care, but the province is backing away from key recommendations in a $14-million inquiry into the...
Mental Visualization Helps Surgical Residents Hone Skills for Tricky Operation
Mental visualization helps hone surgical skills--TORONTO - It's said that practice makes perfect, whether serving an ace in tennis, nailing a three-pointer in basketball or being able to rocket a puck past a particularly agile goalie. But practice doesn't...
Metro Says Slumping Oil Prices Driving Spending in Grocery Stores
Metro hiking dividend after strong quarter--MONTREAL - Slumping oil prices may be hurting the overall economy, but they are boosting Central Canada's grocery sector, supermarket chain Metro said Tuesday after posting earnings that beat expectations."We...
Military Was Kept in the Dark during Planning for Royal Visit: Documents
In planning royal visit, confusion reigned--OTTAWA - The Canadian military was not amused by the secrecy and confusion that surrounded a Toronto event it was asked to organize for Prince Charles and the Duchess of Cornwall in 2012, a series of internal...
'Minecraft - Pocket Edition' Top Paid iPhone Game App in Canada
'Minecraft - Pocket Edition!' top paid iPhone game app--Top 10 free and paid game apps for the iPhone and iPad in Canada for the week ending Jan. 25.Top Paid iPhone Game Apps1 Minecraft - Pocket Edition (Mojang)2 Trivia Crack (Ad Free) (Etermax)3 ...
Mining Ministers Encourage Resource Development despite Commodity Price Slump
Mining ministers tout mineral development--VANCOUVER - A prolonged slump in global commodity prices hasn't fazed provincial and territorial mining ministers from forging ahead with natural resource development.British Columbia's Minister of Energy and...
Mom Who Used Iron to Scald Boy for Raiding Fridge Loses Sentence Appeal
Mom who used iron to scald boy loses appeal--TORONTO - A mother who used a hot clothes iron to punish a child for raiding the family fridge lost her bid Tuesday for a lower sentence.In upholding the 20-month jail term handed the Toronto resident, who...
Mulcair Unveils More Platform Planks: Tax Relief for Small Biz, Manufacturers
Mulcair promises tax break for small biz--OTTAWA - Tom Mulcair has nailed down three more planks in the NDP election platform, unveiling promises of tax relief for small business and manufacturers.The NDP leader announced Tuesday that a New Democrat...
Municipal Councils Should Face Penalties for Meeting in Secret: Ombudsman
Marin wants end to private council meetings--TORONTO - Municipal councils in Ontario should face consequences when they ignore the law that requires most of their meetings be public, ombudsman Andre Marin said Tuesday as he accused some politicians of...
'Non-Fiction' by Ne-Yo among New CD Releases for the Week of Jan. 27
'Non-Fiction' among new CD releases--Here's a list of some new CD releases for the week of Jan. 27:Amason _ "Sky City"Ascension _ "The Dead of the World"Bethel Music _ "We Will Not Be Shaken"Blind Guardian _ "Beyond the Red Mirror"The Bros. Landreth...
Ombudsman's Office Receives about 35 Complaints Related to Long-Term Care
Long-term care probe makes progress: ombudsman--REGINA - Saskatchewan's ombudsman says her office has received about 35 complaints related to long-term care facilities since November.Mary McFadyen began investigating cases of alleged mistreatment at...
Ontario Promises Legislation to Ban Sale and Breeding of Killer Whales
Ontario to ban sale, breeding of killer whales--TORONTO - Ontario is promising to introduce legislation to ban the breeding and acquisition of killer whales following a report that recommended an overhaul of rules about marine mammals in captivity."The...
Opposition MPs Skeptical of Plan to Keep Worst Criminals in Jail for Life
Opposition MPs skeptical of life-in-jail plan--OTTAWA - The government's long-promised plan to lock up some criminals and throw away the key will make prisons more dangerous, opposition MPs say.Denying any chance of parole to the worst violent offenders...
Photo Advisory Addition
Photo advisory addition--The Canadian Press picture advisory for Tuesday, Jan. 27, 2015. Entries with an estimated photo transmission time are staffed by The Canadian Press or Associated Press photographers.ADDITIONS: CHARLOTTETOWN--Winter storm features....
Polish International Defender Damien Perquis Adds Flair to Toronto FC Backline
Polish defender adds flair to Toronto FC--TORONTO - Judging from first impressions, Toronto FC has added style and substance on defence in one fell swoop.Newcomer Damien Perquis, a French-born Polish international, will likely partner with Scottish veteran...
Porter Says Terminal Sale Will Help It with Expansion Plans to More Destinations
Terminal sale will help with expansion:Porter--TORONTO - The head of Porter Aviation Holdings Inc. says the sale of Porter's passenger terminal at Billy Bishop Toronto City Airport frees the airline to focus on expanding to more destinations in North...
Regina City Council Sheds Plan for First Strip Club in Saskatchewan Capital
Regina council says no to strip club plan--REGINA - A packed public gallery gave a standing ovation when Regina city councillors voted to reject a proposal for the city's first strip club.Council voted nine to one Monday night against an application...
Royal Bank Cuts Prime Rate to 2.85 per Cent; Other Big Banks Follow Suit
Big banks cut prime rate to 2.85 per cent--TORONTO - Canada's biggest banks have started passing on some -- but not all -- of the Bank of Canada's recent rate cut, lowering the interest charged to borrowers with loans and mortgages tied to the prime...
Serial Robber Took 8 Banks in 8 Weeks across Western Canada: Police
Police seek serial robber across Western Canada--KELOWNA, B.C. - Mounties are searching for a man who they say has leapfrogged between British Columbia, Alberta and Saskatchewan robbing banks at gunpoint.At a news conference in Kelowna, B.C., Tuesday,...
Shot B.C. Mountie Has Endured Surgeries, Complications, but Is Recovering: Wife
B.C. officer recovering after shooting: wife--KAMLOOPS, B.C. - There may finally be relief from the pain and suffering forced on the Michaud family when their RCMP husband and father was shot during a traffic stop in British Columbia's Interior.Cpl....
Signing Belgian International Defender Ciman a Lucky Break for Impact
Signing defender Ciman a coup for Impact--MONTREAL - Landing Belgian defender Laurent Ciman took of bit of luck and some finesse with the salary cap by the Montreal Impact.The former Standard Liege stalwart inked a three-year contract with the Major...
Sikh MP Tim Uppal Becomes Unlikely Champion of Holocaust Remembrance
Sikh MP champions Holocaust remembrance--OTTAWA - A man in a blue turban stood among thousands in toques, fur hats and yarmulkes in Poland on Tuesday to mark the 70th anniversary of the liberation of the Auschwitz concentration camp.Tim Uppal was there...
Simoneau, Thomas Have Sights Set on Pan American Games Synchro Gold
Simoneau, Thomas are Pan Am favourites--TORONTO - A free routine in synchronized swimming is four minutes of lung-busting athleticism combined with balletic grace -- like running a mile with a smile on your face."And while holding your breath," Jacqueline...
Smith Edges Wallingham in First Tiebreaker at Junior Curling Championships
Smith wins 1st tiebreaker at junior championships--CORNER BROOK, N.L. - P.E.I's Tyler Smith bounced back with a game-tying three in the fourth end en route to a 6-5 victory over the Yukon's Joe Wallingham in his first tiebreaker game Tuesday at the Canadian...
Snow Stories: A Look at Some Experiences with Tuesday's Storm in the Maritimes
Snow stories from Atlantic Canada's storm--The snowstorm that pounded parts of the Maritimes on Tuesday meant a day off work for many, but not everyone. Here are some of their stories:Brad Gilroy, a security worker at the airport in Halifax, was taking...
Son Says Gordie Howe's Improvement Dramatic after Stem Cell Treatment
Son: Howe's recovery "unbelievable"--CALGARY - Gordie Howe has responded so well to stem cell treatment that his son Marty wants the Hockey Hall of Famer to undergo the procedure again.Gordie suffered two strokes late last year and had "maybe a month...
The Canadian Press News Agenda for Wednesday, Jan. 28, 2015
The Canadian Press News Agenda for Jan. 28--EDITORS: Following is a list of news events for Jan. 28 as of 9:30 p.m. ET: x-denotes wire, y-denotes picture, z-denotes graphics coverage. Copy from other events based on merit and availability. All times...
The Snubs, Surprises and Quirks of This Year's Juno Nominations
Snubs, surprises of this year's Juno nominations--TORONTO - It's no illusion: Magic! is the leading nominee at this year's Juno Awards, reeling in five nominations after conquering the summer with their reggae-wafted No. 1 hit "Rude."Legendary troubadour...
Tim Hortons Lays off Unspecified Number of Staff at Its Headquarters
Tim Hortons lays off staff at headquarters--TORONTO - Tim Hortons is refusing to say how many employees will lose their jobs at its headquarters and regional offices in a reorganization of its operations announced Tuesday.A spokeswoman for the coffee...
Tired of Scraping Ice of Car Windows? Meet Canadian Startup Neverfrost
Neverfrost aims to melt icy car windows--WATERLOO, Ont. - Fed up with the dismal winter ritual of chiselling ice off their car windows, a group of engineering students from Waterloo, Ont. came up with a way to ensure they never have to scrape another...
Top Atlantic News
Top Atlantic News--Here are the Top Atlantic News stories from The Canadian Press as of 4 p.m. AT. All times are local unless otherwise stated. Coverage plans are included when available. Entries are subject to change as news develops. This advisory...
Top News Advisory for Tuesday, Jan. 27, 2015
Top News Advisory--Tuesday, Jan. 273 p.m.Here are the latest Top News stories from The Canadian Press. All times are Eastern unless otherwise stated. Coverage plans are included when available. Entries are subject to change. Contact the National Desk...
Toronto Businessman and Philanthropist Joseph Rotman Dies at Age 80
Businessman Joseph Rotman dead at 80--TORONTO - Canadian businessman and philanthropist Joseph Rotman is dead at the age of 80.Rotman died Tuesday morning in Toronto. The cause of death was not disclosed."Joe was a remarkable Canadian who leaves an impressive...
Toronto FC Sends Ghana Winger/forward Dominic Oduro to Montreal Impact
Toronto FC sends Dominic Oduro to Montreal--TORONTO - A logjam in midfield and the need for some payroll flexibility prompted Toronto FC to ship Ghana winger/forward Dominic Oduro to the Montreal Impact on Tuesday.In return, Toronto got allocation money...
Tory MP's Bill Unnecessary, Could Harm Independence, Say Parliament's Watchdogs
Watchdogs want Conservative bill quashed--OTTAWA - Parliament's watchdogs have urged a Senate committee to quash a proposal to publish the political backgrounds of their employees, calling it unnecessary and potentially harmful to the independence of...
TSX Shakes off Early Losses, Up Modestly on Oils, Golds, Strong Metro Earnings
TSX higher on rising oils, gold, earnings--TORONTO - The Toronto stock market closed modestly higher Tuesday, recovering from an early triple-digit slide amid rising oil and gold prices and a solid earnings report from Canadian grocer Metro Inc. (TSX:MRU).The...
U.S.-Cuba Thaw Unlikely to Deter Defection, Expert Says Ahead of Pan Am Games
U.S.-Cuba thaw won't deter defection: lawyer--TORONTO - For months, the thought of walking out on his team and fleeing to the U.S. lingered on Maikel Chang's mind.The young midfielder talked about it with close friends on Cuba's national soccer team...
Winter Storm Shutters the Maritimes, Plows Struggle to Cope in Places
Big winter storm crawls through the Maritimes--HALIFAX - While people across the Maritimes hunkered down during Tuesday's powerful winter storm, Helen and Barry Gibb took in the snowy scenery on the mostly deserted streets of downtown Halifax.Bundled...
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