Newspaper article The Canadian Press

--Fourth Newswatch-

Newspaper article The Canadian Press

--Fourth Newswatch-

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Yellow, orange and black body bags are being placed on debris-covered beaches along Indonesia's Sunda Strait, marking the spot where military troops, government personnel and volunteers have found bodies of those killed in Saturday's tsunami.

The deadly wave struck without a warning earthquake, and there is growing concern that the ongoing eruption of a nearby volcano could trigger another tsunami.

The death toll has reached 429, with more than 14-hundred injured and at least 128 missing.

Among the dead -- the wife of the lead singer of Indonesian pop band Seventeen, who were performing at a beach hotel when the tsunami was captured on video smashing into their stage, killing several band members and crew. (4)



Another recall has been issued by a Winnipeg-based cannabis producer, citing record-keeping and labelling issues.

Health Canada says the latest recall from Bonify covers 14 lots of dried cannabis sold in Manitoba and Saskatchewan where the cannabinoid values and cannabinoid totals are reversed.

Earlier this month, the agency issued a recall of two strains of Bonify cannabis products that were being sold in three stores in Saskatchewan.

Shortly after, Manitoba regulators seized all Bonify cannabis that was shipped to licensed retail stores, citing quality control issues. (4)


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This is the first Christmas without their son Logan for Toby and Bernadine Boulet, who say they plan to honour their son's legacy by continuing to advocate for organ donation registration in the new year.

Logan was one of the 16 people who died after the Humboldt Broncos team bus collided with a semi truck at a rural Saskatchewan intersection on the way to a playoff game.

He had signed his organ donor card on his 21st birthday -- five weeks before the crash. …

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