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Articles from November 28, 2016

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A By-the-Numbers Look at StatCan Report on Sexual Assault in Canadian Military
Sexual assault in military, by the numbers--OTTAWA - A Statistics Canada survey of sexual misconduct in the Canadian Forces suggests nearly 1,000 members of the military were sexually assaulted over the last year. Here are some of the numbers:43,000:...
After High of Winning at Home, Impact Set for Hostile Reception in Second Playoff Leg
Impact ready for hostile crowd in second leg--MONTREAL - The tables will be turned on the Montreal Impact in the second leg of the MLS Eastern Conference final.After playing before 61,004 home fans at Olympic Stadium while winning the opening game 3-2...
Alberta Law Calls for People to Wear Helmets When Using Off-Highway Vehicles
Alberta proposes off-highway vehicle helmet law--EDMONTON - Alberta has introduced legislation that would require people to wear helmets when operating off-highway vehicles on public land, after years of lobbying by safety groups.The proposed legislation...
Alberta on Track for $10.8B Deficit, but 25,000 Jobs Added: Finance Minister
Alberta on track for $10.8B deficit--EDMONTON - Alberta's fiscal outlook for this year is a tiny bit better, but still billions of dollars in the red.Finance Minister Joe Ceci says the estimated deficit for this year has been revised to $10.8 billion,...
Alberta Proposes New Rules to Lower and Limit Campaign Spending and Advertising
Alberta proposes new campaign spending rules--EDMONTON - Alberta is proposing new rules that would limit spending on political campaigns and cap individual contributions at $4,000 a year.Opponents say while the goal is to get big money out of politics,...
'All He Needed Was Antibiotics:' Boy Who Died from Strep Lived in Squalor
Boy with strep given dandelion tea, oil of oregano--CALGARY - A seven-year-old boy who died from a treatable strep infection three years ago lived in squalor and was treated with dandelion tea and oil of oregano instead of antibiotics, a trial heard...
A Timeline of Asylum Seeker Jose Figueroa's Case
A timeline of asylum seeker Jose Figueroa's case--VICTORIA - Jose Figueroa wants the Federal Court to clear his name after being accused of having links to terrorism. Here is a timeline of his case:1997: Figueroa and his wife flee El Salvador, fearing...
Atlantic Update
(NL-Police-Shooting)A newly released report says a deadly confrontation between a police officer and a Newfoundland man who was gunned down in his home should never have happened.The 23-page report from retired judge David Riche -- who oversaw the R-C-M-P's...
Aviation Site Maps Will Offer Guide to Newfoundland's 'Crossroads of the World'
Gander plans visitor guide to aviation sites--GANDER, N.L. - A remote forest trail about 35 kilometres southwest of Gander, N.L., leads to an eerie, sacred site: the still intact tail and partial fuselage from the Belgian airline Sabena disaster of Sept....
Banking Regulator Warns Lenders Not to Become Complacent about Mortgages
Banking regulator watching mortgage debt--VANCOUVER - Canada's banking regulator warned lenders Monday to remain strict in the way they underwrite mortgages as a way of preventing crises for financial institutions if low interest rates rise and property...
BC Audio 5:55 PM ET
BC Audio 5:55 PM ET--BC06 - (BC-Beluga-Dies)VANCOUVER. x-21s. There are still no answers into what caused the recent deaths of two beluga whales at the Vancouver Aquarium. Sara Dubois of the B-C S-P-C-A says the tragedy is a chance for the facility to...
B-C Update
(BC-Beluga-Dies)The Vancouver Aquarium says it's not ruling out any possible cause of death -- from a virus to intentional sabotage -- after two beluga whales died this month, just over a week apart.C-E-O John Nightingale says a necropsy on Aurora --...
Bombardier Fields Questions about CS500 as It Delivers Company's Largest Plane
Bombardier delivers CS300 to Latvian carrier--MIRABEL, Que. - Bombardier could barely get the largest aircraft it's ever made out the door without avoiding questions about an even larger plane on the horizon.The Montreal-based company (TSX:BBD.B) said...
Business News Advisory
Business News Advisory--MONDAY, NOV. 28, 2016BUSINESS NEWS ADVISORYHere are the CP Business Department's afternoon plans for today. All times Eastern unless otherwise stated. Entries are subject to change as news develops. If you have any questions,...
Canada to Host U18 Hockey Canada Tournament on Bi-Annual Basis
Canada to host Hlinka tournament part-time--EDMONTON - Though it's named for one of the most influential people in Czech hockey history, the Ivan Hlinka Memorial Cup tournament is taking up partial residency in Canada.Hockey Canada announced Monday that...
Canadian Food Inspection Agency Triples 'High Risk' Bovine TB Farm List
10,000 cattle to be killed after TB outbreak--OTTAWA - Federal officials say at least 10,000 cattle are going to slaughter as a result of a bovine tuberculosis outbreak in western Canada.Dr. Harpeet Kochhar, chief veterinary officer with the Canadian...
CBC/Radio-Canada Wants to Move to Ad-Free Model with $318M in New Annual Funding
CBC/Radio-Canada recommends moving to ad-free model--OTTAWA - CBC/Radio-Canada wants all its services to broadcast ad-free -- but would need $318 million in new annual funding to do so, the public broadcaster said Monday in a proposal to the federal...
Crosby among Goal-Scoring Greats; Dubnyk Goes from Castaway to Star; NHL's Best Line?
Takeaways: A weekly spin around the NHL--Sometimes lost in Sidney Crosby's many accomplishments is his prowess as a goal-scorer.The Pittsburgh Penguins captain is actually one of the greats of his generation with respect to finding the back of the net.Since...
Crown Seeks 5 Years for Ex-Liberal Organizer Convicted in Sponsorship Fraud
Crown seeks 5-year sentence in Corriveau case--MONTREAL - Ex-Liberal party organizer Jacques Corriveau should spend up to five years in prison following his conviction on fraud-related charges in connection with the sponsorship program, the Crown suggested...
Deaths of Two Beluga Whales at Vancouver Aquarium Remains a Mystery
B.C. aquarium's beluga deaths remain a mystery--VANCOUVER - All possible explanations -- from food sickness to intentional poisoning -- are being investigated for the deaths of two of the Vancouver Aquarium's beluga whales after examinations failed to...
Debut of Abortion Pill Mifegymiso in Canada Delayed to January
Abortion pill Mifegymiso delayed to January--TORONTO - The much-anticipated arrival of the abortion pill Mifegymiso in Canada has been delayed until the new year.The drug's Canadian distributor, Celopharma Inc., says it now expects to launch "some time...
Defence Department Names Master Seaman Who Died in Industrial Accident in B.C
Master seaman who died near Victoria named--ESQUIMALT, B.C. - The Department of National Defence has released the name of a master seaman who died following a serious industrial accident near Victoria.Guillermo Castellon died Friday, four days after...
Defence Lawyer Tells Sex Assault Retrial Complainant Had 'Buyer's Remorse'
Closing arguments in sex assault retrial--CALGARY - A lawyer for a man facing a sex assault retrial after the original judge asked the complainant why she didn't keep her knees closed says the alleged victim had a case of "buyer's remorse."Alexander...
Editorial Exchange: Cash for Access Taints Trudeau
Editorial Exchange: Cash for access taints Trudeau--An editorial from the Hamilton Spectator, published Nov. 28:Justin Trudeau's "sunny ways" took him to the top of the Canadian political ladder.Now the prime minister's "money ways" have knocked him...
Editorial Exchange: For Indigenous Reconciliation, Words Are Not Enough
Editorial Exchange: For indigenous reconciliation, words are not enough--An editorial from the Toronto Star, published Nov. 28:Last December, within a month of taking office, Justin Trudeau became the first prime minister to attend the Special Chiefs...
Editorial Exchange: Pauline Johnson Would Fit the Bill for Canada's Currency
Editorial Exchange: Pauline Johnson would fit the bill for Canada's currency--An editorial from the Toronto Star, published Nov. 28:It won't be easy to pick just one of five iconic women who have been short-listed to be featured on a new Canadian banknote...
Editorial Exchange: Trump's Broken Promises Mount
Editorial Exchange: Trump's broken promises mount--An editorial from the Winnipeg Free Press, published Nov. 28:Remember that lovely Christmas when you opened a present -- and it was socks?All the excitement, all the anticipation, all the frenzied imagining...
Editorial Exchange: Whoa! No Nellie on Banknote?
Editorial Exchange: Whoa! No Nellie on banknote?--An editorial from the Winnipeg Free Press, published Nov. 26:It's a snub, plain and simple.Nellie McClung did not make the short list of five women contending to be the first Canadian woman on the face...
Eighteenth NewsWatch
---(CF-18-Crash) (Audio: P13)Defence Minister Harjit Sajjan isn't speculating on the cause of a deadly C-F-18 crash near the Alberta-Saskatchewan boundary.The fighter jet pilot -- who isn't being identified at this point -- was killed.The Air Force says...
Entertainment News as of 3 P.M. Monday, Nov. 28
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Fatal Meningitis Missed: Hospital Doctor's Negligence Upheld
Meningitis missed: doctor's negligence upheld--TORONTO - A hospital doctor who failed to detect meningitis in a patient who died from the infection was professionally negligent, Ontario's top court affirmed Monday.In upholding a negligence finding against...
Federal Bill to Expand CPP Won't Hurt Women in Retirement, Minister Says
CPP changes won't leave out women: Duclos--OTTAWA - The federal minister in charge of the country's social safety net says new parents, particularly women, won't lose out on increased Canada Pension Plan benefits if they leave the workforce to care for...
Financial Accountability Office Warns of Continued Budget Deficits in Ontario
Ontario watchdog warns of continued deficits--TORONTO - Ontario's government spending watchdog warns there is "significant risk" the Liberals will not eliminate a $4.3 billion deficit next year, but Finance Minister Charles Sousa insists the books will...
First Nation against Kinder Morgan Pipeline Rejects Standing Rock-Style Protests
No Standing Rock: anti-Trans Mountain chief--OTTAWA - Representatives of a B.C. First Nation that is deeply opposed to a proposed pipeline expansion emerged from a meeting Monday with Natural Resources Minister Jim Carr to say they believe the fix is...
Food Bank Users Unable to Afford Rising Hydro Rates, Group Says
Food bank users unable to afford hydro: group--TORONTO - Ontario food banks say they are seeing an increase in clients unable to afford the rising cost of hydro bills, which is having a "devastating impact" on the lives of low-income Ontarians.The association...
Green Leader Poised to Deliver Stern Rebuke on Island's Electoral Reform Efforts
Island's Green leader to offer stern rebuke--The leader of the P.E.I. Green party is expected to stand in the legislature Tuesday to rebuke the provincial government -- and offer a warning to the Trudeau Liberals on democratic reform.The P.E.I. government...
Greyhounds' Youth Movement Catching Notice among NHL Scouts
Greyhounds' youth movement turning heads--OSHAWA, Ont. - The Ontario Hockey League's Sault Ste. Marie Greyhounds are in the second season of a successful youth movement, and NHL scouts are starting to take notice.A Canadian Hockey League-leading eight...
Halifax Ignored Rules on Africville, Lawyer Says as 1960s Razing Heads to Court
Halifax ignored rules on Africville: lawyer--HALIFAX - The contentious 1960s-era decision that led the City of Halifax to raze a black community will be debated anew this week in Nova Scotia Supreme Court.Former residents of Africville are seeking compensation...
Health-Lifestyles News Advisory as of 3 P.M. Monday, Nov. 28
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Henry Burris Hopes Latest Grey Cup MVP Outing Lays Ghosts to Rest
Henry Burris delivers again on big stage--TORONTO - Henry Burris carries a chip on his shoulder wherever he goes. At the 104th Grey Cup, the Ottawa Redblacks quarterback did it with a limp.The 41-year-old Burris' left knee seized up during warmups Sunday."All...
Liberals Changed Fighter Jet Requirement, Says Air Force Commander
Liberals changed fighter requirement: general--OTTAWA - Opposition critics accused the Liberal government of trying to manufacture a crisis Monday after the commander of the Royal Canadian Air Force pulled back the curtain on Canada's apparent fighter-jet...
Liberals Renew, Broaden Hate-Crime Prevention Fund for Groups at Risk
Feds offer help against hate crimes--OTTAWA - The federal government is making it easier for religious and cultural groups at risk of hate crimes to improve security in and around their buildings.The Liberals are expanding the range of eligible costs...
Lowry Goes Perfect from Three-Point Range to Lift Raptors over Sixers 122-95
Lowry lifts Raptors to 122-95 win over Sixers--TORONTO - One after another, the long bombs kept falling -- a sublime six for Kyle Lowry and 13 in all for the Toronto Raptors.Lowry became the first person in Raptors history to go a perfect 6-of-6 from...
Man Granted Canadian Residency after Years in B.C. Church Wants to Clear Name
Man seeks to clear name after granted freedom--VICTORIA - A man who spent more than two years in a British Columbia church to avoid deportation from Canada on alleged terrorism links is asking the Federal Court to clear his name.Jose Figueroa will be...
Manitoba to Try Reopening Public Sector Contracts, Reduce Salaries: Premier
Manitoba to try reopening public sector contracts--WINNIPEG - The Manitoba government wants to reopen existing collective agreements with public sector workers in order to hold the line on wages and reduce the provincial deficit, Premier Brian Pallister...
Mayrand Doubts Ranked Ballot Referendum on Electoral Reform Options Doable
Time running out for electoral reform referendum--OTTAWA - Canada's chief electoral officer warns that time is running out to organize a national referendum on electoral reform if the voting system is to be changed in time for the next federal election...
Most Actively Traded Companies on the TSX
Most actively traded companies on the TSX--Some of the most active companies traded Monday on the Toronto Stock Exchange:Toronto Stock Exchange (15,015.36, down 60.08 points):Kinross Gold Corp. (TSX:K). Miner. Up 24 cents, or 5.58 per cent, to $4.54...
National Audio 10:05 AM ET
National Audio 10:05 AM ET--P04 - (Military-Sex-Misconduct) OTTAWA. x-19s. A landmark survey by Statistics Canada has found nearly one-thousand members of the Canadian military reported being sexually assaulted over the past year. The number represents...
National Audio 1:05 PM ET
National Audio 1:05 PM ET--NAT062 - (US-Ohio-State-Active-Shooter) (NOT FOR ONLINE USE) COLUMBUS, Ohio. x-05. Classes at Ohio State University are cancelled today following an active shooter incident on campus. A spokesperson says injuries in the attack...
National Audio 12:15 PM ET
National Audio 12:15 PM ET--NAT056 - (Cuba-Castro) (FOR PRODUCTION) HAVANA. x-31s. Cuban soldiers fired off 21-gun salutes this morning to mark the start of services paying tribute to Fidel Castro. Uniformed troops fired artillery pieces at 9 o'clock...
National Audio 2:45 AM ET
National Audio 2:45 AM ET--NAT012 - (South-Africa-HIV-Vaccine) UNDATED. x-29s. (Jackie Quinn) There are high hopes for a new vaccine against HIV, to be funded by the U-S and tested in South Africa, starting this week. (SOURCE:The Associated Press)--NAT014...
National Audio 3:15 PM ET
National Audio 3:15 PM ET--NAT078 - (Bank-Regulator-Mortgage) VANCOUVER. x-16s. Canada's bank regulator is warning lenders and insurers that the booming housing market isn't cause to ease rules around issuing mortgages. Superintendent of financial institutions...
National Audio 4:25 PM ET
National Audio 4:25 PM ET--NAT085 - (Sask-Private-MRIs) REGINA. x-06s. Saskatchewan's health minister says the province will not stop providing private M-R-I scans despite a stern warning from the federal government. Saskatchewan requires private clinics...
National Audio 6:15 PM ET
National Audio 6:15 PM ET--NAT098 - (Beluga-Dies) VANCOUVER. x-11s. The Vancouver Aquarium's chief veterinarian says the quest for answers into what caused its two beluga whales to suddenly die has moved into the high-tech realm. Martin Haulena (ha-LAY'-nah)...
National Audio 7:05 PM ET
National Audio 7:05 PM ET--NAT105 - (Bovine-TB) OTTAWA. x-17s. Federal officials say at least 10-thousand cattle are going to slaughter as a result of a bovine tuberculosis outbreak in western Canada. The Canadian Food Inspection Agency's chief veterinary...
National Audio 8:15 AM ET
National Audio 8:15 AM ET--NAT036 - (Mba-Missing-Teacher) WINNIPEG. x-10s. Family, friends, students and complete strangers came together on the weekend to search for a Winnipeg teacher who disappeared last week. Kevin Dilk was last seen leaving his...
NDP Says Liberals Using Lack of Consensus as Excuse to Do Nothing
Feds accused of defeatism on electoral reform--OTTAWA - The Trudeau government is facing accusations that it's taking a defeatist approach to electoral reform even before it hears from an all-party committee that's been exploring alternative voting systems.NDP...
NDP Wants Limits on Donations to Political Parties in Saskatchewan
NDP wants donations limited to political parties--REGINA - The Saskatchewan NDP is proposing new legislation to limit donations to political parties.Opposition critic David Forbes says the proposed law would cap donations from Saskatchewan residents...
New Rules for Saskatchewan Pipelines after Husky Oil Spill into River
New rules for Saskatchewan pipelines--REGINA - Saskatchewan is proposing tougher rules for pipelines following an oil spill into the North Saskatchewan River that jeopardized the drinking water of thousands of people.Legislation introduced Monday would...
New Schools in Alberta Built under Budget: Alberta Education Minister
Costing less to build schools: education minister--EDMONTON - Alberta Education Minister Dave Eggen says some of the latest schools to be built in the province came in under budget.And he adds that bids for the next round of construction are coming in...
Ninth NewsWatch
---(Ohio-State-Active-Shooter) (Audio: 54) (WATCH FOR DATING)Seven people have been rushed to hospital in what is still being called an active shooter incident on the Ohio State University campus.Officials put out a warning through Twitter stating "Buckeye...
Nova Scotia Intimate-Photo Case Delayed as Lawyers Seek to Narrow Issues
Nova Scotia intimate-photo case delayed--BRIDGEWATER, N.S. - The complexities in one of Canada's largest prosecutions involving the alleged sharing of intimate images without consent has resulted in a delay.Defence lawyer Joshua Nodelman, who represents...
Nova Scotia Teachers Begin Work-to-Rule Next Monday, Don't Plan to Strike Yet
N.S. teachers begin work-to-rule next Monday--HALIFAX - Nova Scotia teachers are withdrawing from extracurricular activities as of next Monday as they start work-to-rule, but have no immediate plans to walk off the job altogether.The union said Monday...
Number of Terrorist Travellers to Syria, Iraq May Be Levelling Off: CSIS
Terrorist travel may be levelling off: CSIS--OTTAWA - The number of Canadians heading overseas to fight in Syria and Iraq appears to have levelled off, Canada's spy agency says.The Canadian Security Intelligence Service is not seeing the same kind of...
Nunavut Coroner's Inquest Says Baby's Death Highlights Problems
Inquest says baby death highlights problems--IQALUIT, Nunavut - An Arctic politician says he'll keep pushing for change in light of a coroner's inquest that recommends significant reforms to health care in Nunavut following the death of an infant in...
Ontario Announces Participants in Self-Driving Car Pilot Project
Self-driving cars to hit Ontario roads--WATERLOO, Ont. - Self-driving vehicles are hitting Ontario streets, after the province became the first in Canada to open a pilot project to test the automated vehicles on public roads.Transportation Minister Steven...
Ontario Considers Offering Electricity Consumers New, More Flexible Rate Plans
Ontario will change way it buys electricity--TORONTO - Ontario will change the way it buys electricity so it doesn't focus on wind, solar or any specific technology, and is looking at more flexible billing plans for hydro consumers.Energy Minister Glenn...
Ontario Update
(Ont-Deficit)Finance Minister Charles Sousa says Ontario's books will be balanced as promised, despite a warning from the Financial Accountability Office that there's a "significant risk" the 4.3-billion-dollar deficit will not be wiped out next year.The...
OSPCA Removes 260 Animals from Rural Property after Investigation
OSPCA seizes 260 animals from rural property--KAWARTHA LAKES, Ont. - Ontario's animal welfare agency says it has laid multiple charges in an investigation that led to the removal of 260 animals from a rural property.The Ontario Society for the Prevention...
Ottawa Slams Saskatchewan over Private MRIs That Let 'People Jump the Queue'
Ottawa slams Saskatchewan over private MRIs--REGINA - Federal Health Minister Jane Philpott says Saskatchewan needs to stop allowing people who can pay for private MRI scans to jump the queue or risk losing health-care funding.Saskatchewan's legislation...
Parliament Audio 10:05 AM ET
Parliament Audio 10:05 AM ET--P06 - (Military-Sex-Misconduct)P06 - (Military-Sex-Misconduct) OTTAWA. x-14s. A troubling survey by Statistics Canada has found nearly one-thousand members of the Canadian military reported being sexually assaulted over...
Parliament Audio 3:15 PM ET
Parliament Audio 3:15 PM ET--P11 - (Trudeau-Castro) OTTAWA. x-22s. Prime Minister Justin Trudeau's office says he won't be attending any memorial or funeral services for the late Cuban leader Fidel Castro. Trudeau's decision follows harsh criticism at...
Parti Quebecois Urges Quebec Government to Act on Trial Delay Crisis
PQ urges Quebec government to act on trial delays--QUEBEC - The Parti Quebecois is urging the Quebec government to act quickly to address the problem of lengthy trial delays.Justice critic Veronique Hivon says the crisis in Quebec's judicial system is...
People by the Hundreds Turn out to Search for Missing Winnipeg French Teacher
Massive search for missing Winnipeg teacher--WINNIPEG - Family, friends, students and complete strangers came together on the weekend to search for a Winnipeg teacher who disappeared last week.Kevin Dilk, who is 50, was last seen leaving his home on...
Photo Advisory Addition
Photo advisory addition--The Canadian Press photo advisory addition for Monday, Nov. 28, 2016. Entries with an estimated photo transmission time (EST) are staffed by The Canadian Press or Associated Press photojournalistsUPDATES TRANSMISSION TIMES MONTREAL--Bombardier...
Pilot Dead after Alberta-Based CF-18 Crashes during Training in Weapons Range
Pilot dead after CF-18 crash in weapons range--COLD LAKE, Alta. - The pilot of a CF-18 fighter jet that crashed near the Alberta-Saskatchewan boundary has died.The Air Force said the single-seat fighter was based out of Canadian Forces Base Cold Lake...
Police in Edmonton Say 13-Year-Old Girl Died after Bus Hit Her and Kept Going
Girl dies after being hit by Edmonton bus--EDMONTON - A 13-year-old girl has died in Edmonton after police say she was struck in a crosswalk by a city bus that kept on going.Police say the girl was crossing the street at an intersection in the city's...
Police Shooting of Newfoundland Man Could Have Been Avoided: Oversight Report
Deadly police shooting a 'mistake': report--ST. JOHN'S, N.L. - A deadly confrontation between a troubled Newfoundland man and the police officer who gunned him down at home could have been avoided, says a report released Monday.Retired judge David Riche,...
Prairie Audio 2:00 PM MT
Prairie Audio 2:00 PM MT----PR12 - (McKenna-Coal-Sask)REGINA. x-10s. Saskatchewan says it has reached a deal with Ottawa that will allow the province to keep using coal-fired power plants beyond 2030. The agreement will allow the province to meet federal...
Prairie Audio 4:00 PM MT
Prairie Audio 4:00 PM MT----PR17 - (Sask-Pipelines)REGINA. x-16s. Saskatchewan is proposing tougher rules for pipelines following an oil spill into the North Saskatchewan River that jeopardized the drinking water of thousands of people. Energy and Resources...
Prairie Audio 4:50 PM MT
Prairie Audio 4:50 PM MT--<strong></strong>--PR26 - (Off-Highway-Vehicles)EDMONTON. x-18s. The Alberta government has introduced legislation that would require people to wear helmets when operating off-highway vehicles on public land. The...
Prairie Audio 6:00 AM MT
Prairie Audio 6:00 AM MT--PR01 - (Mba-Missing-Teacher)WINNIPEG. x-10s. Family, friends, students and complete strangers came together on the weekend to search for a Winnipeg teacher who disappeared last week. Kevin Dilk was last seen leaving his home...
Prairie Update
(CF-18-Crash)Air Force commander Lieutenant-General Michael Hood is calling it a very sad day for the R-C-A-F after a fighter jet crashed near the Alberta-Saskatchewan boundary, killing the pilot.Hood says the CF-18 came down on the Saskatchewan side...
Prep-Pronunciation Guide Canada
Prep-Pronunciation Guide Canada--AAamjiwnaang First Nation (OMM'-jew-nong)Anna Betty Achneepineskum (ach-uh-nee-buh-NISH'-kuhm)Dyane Adam (dee-AN' ah-DAHM')Leona Aglukkaq (ah-GLOO'-kah)Misbahuddin Ahmed (mis-bah-HOO-din AW'-mehd)Akwesasne (ak-wah-SAHS'-nee)Vic...
Priesthood Documents on Teen Marriages Can Be Used in Polygamy Trial: Judge
Marriage docs to be used in polygamy case: judge--CRANBROOK, B.C. - Documents admitted into court for three accused from a polygamous community in British Columbia allege the trio took two girls, aged 13 and 15, to the United States to marry elders of...
Redblacks GM Desjardins' Three-Year-Old Prediction Proven Correct
Redblacks GM Desjardins' plan proven correct--Ottawa Redblacks general manager Marcel Desjardins was right.Desjardins surprised many at his first news conference as Redblacks GM in 2013 when he laid out lofty expectations for the expansion franchise."It's...
Saskatchewan Reaches Deal with Ottawa on Future of Coal-Fired Power Plants
Saskatchewan reaches coal deal with Ottawa--REGINA - Saskatchewan says it has reached a deal with Ottawa that will allow the province to keep using coal-fired power plants in "a responsible manner" beyond 2030.The agreement will allow the province to...
Security, Peacekeeping Hot Topic at PM's First Summit of la Francophonie
Security hot topic at la Francophonie summit--OTTAWA - Justin Trudeau has returned from his first visit to Africa as prime minister, but the issue of security on the continent will continue to dominate as he prepares to reveal the location for the promised...
Seventh NewsWatch
---(Military-Sex-Misconduct)A landmark survey finds almost one-thousand military members report they were sexually assaulted over the past year.The Statistics Canada survey shows about 1.7 per cent of military personnel have reported sexual assault,...
Slow Cooker Being Reinvented as a Cooking Tool with Fresh Recipes
Slow cooker being reinvented with fresh recipes--TORONTO - The sometimes-derided slow cooker is being embraced by recipe developers who are finding it's capable of far more than just making pulled pork.Although many home cooks have discovered that nothing...
Slow Cooker Recipes for Plum Pudding, Chana Masala, Frittata, Stuffed Peppers
Slow cooker recipes for plum pudding, chana masala and more--There's a huge variety of slow cookers on the market, so it's important to research features before buying one.Many of the new models allow the user to set the length of cooking time required...
SportsCall Audio 2:00 PM ET
SportsCall Audio 2:00 PM ET--NAT074 - (SPORTS-FBN-Eagles vs Packers-Preview) (NOTE FOR ONLINE USE) PHILADELPHIA. x-06s. Week 12 of the N-F-L season wraps up tonight in Philadelphia, where the Eagles will host the Green Bay Packers. Both clubs will be...
SportsCall Audio 2:40 AM ET
SportsCall Audio 2:40 AM ET--NAT011 - (SPORTS-BKN: Cavaliers 112 76ers 108) PHILADELPHIA. x-12s. Kyrie Irving had 19 of his season-high 39 points in the fourth quarter and LeBron James added a triple-double, leading the Cleveland Cavaliers to a 112-108...
SportsCall Audio 4:10 PM ET
SportsCall Audio 4:10 PM ET--NAT084 - (SPORTS-FBN-Eagles vs Packers-Preview) PHILADELPHIA. x-18s. Two teams clinging to playoff hopes are squaring off in the N-F-L game tonight. The contest has the Philadelphia Eagles, who are 5-and-5, playing host to...
Stampeders Coach Dickenson Likely to Be Second-Guessed for Key Grey Cup Call
Decision leaves Dickenson to be questioned--TORONTO - Calgary Stampeders rookie head coach Dave Dickenson pressed all the right buttons during his team's remarkable CFL season.He led Calgary to a CFL-best 15-2-1 mark, the 15 victories a single-season...
Stampeders' Great Season Ends in Stunning Grey Cup Loss to Redblacks
Stamps' great season ends in stunning loss--TORONTO - The Calgary Stampeders had been saying it all week long, like a record on repeat. One of the most spectacular seasons in CFL history would mean absolutely nothing if they walked away without the Grey...
Store Pulls Potatoes from Shelves after Metal Object Found Again in P.E.I. Spuds
Potatoes pulled from store after needle found--HALIFAX - A sewing needle has been found in a dish of cooked P.E.I. potatoes, the latest in a string of incidents involving metal objects discovered in Island spuds.Halifax police Const. Dianne Penfound...
Strike at Canada's Second-Busiest Commercial Border Crossing Enters Week 2
Blue Water Bridge strike enters second week--POINT EDWARD, Ont. - A strike at Canada's second-busiest commercial border crossing to the United States has entered its second week.Workers at the Blue Water Bridge -- which links Point Edward, Ont. near...
Tenth NewsWatch
---(Ohio-State-Active-Shooter) (Audio: 54)Police say the scene has been secured and the shelter-in-place warning has been lifted at Ohio State University.But few other details are being released.The latest reports say as many as eight people were rushed...
The Canadian Press News Agenda for Monday, Nov. 28
The Canadian Press News Agenda for Monday, Nov. 28--EDITORS: Following is a list of news events for Nov. 28 as of 3:16 a.m. ET: x-denotes wire, y-denotes picture, z-denotes graphics coverage. Copy from other events based on merit and availability. All...
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