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Latest News

With Trump's arrest imminent, U.S. steps into uncharted territory

'Elaborate scam' leaves seniors with high-interest mortgages they didn't want or understand
Karl Hoffmann

Some seniors are at risk of losing their homes in a scheme involving door-to-door equipment rental contracts, questionable renovations and mortgages worth hundreds of thousands of dollars that many didn’t know they had and can’t afford.

Bodies of 6 people, including 1 child, recovered from St. Lawrence River, Akwesasne Mohawk police say
St. Lawrence River

The bodies of six people, including one child with a Canadian passport, were recovered from the St. Lawrence River near Akwesasne on the Ontario-Quebec border late Thursday afternoon, according to police in the community.

B.C. farmer fined $22K for illegal slaughter-waste dump moves it down the road
Slaughter waste

Vancouver Island-based G.T. Farms has been fined $22,100 by the Ministry of Environment for environmental violations, and more fines have been recommended. The farmer has appealed and moved the dumping of slaughter waste to another site, which the ministry has also inspected and found noncompliant.

Canadian company develops test for 'tranq dope' in street drugs — but it's not available in Canada
Xylazine test strips

A Canadian biotech company has developed new test strips to detect the dangerous animal tranquillizer xylazine in the highly toxic street drug supply — but while the strips are already shipping across the U.S., Canada hasn’t yet approved the potentially lifesaving tool.

Pride nights have split open hockey's closed culture — and that's a good thing
NHL Pride Hockey Sticks

In my experience growing up as a closeted minor hockey player, hockey culture cultivates an insular, us-against-the-world mentality far stronger than that of most other sports, writes Colin Walmsley.

How Chinatowns in Western Canada are evolving amid business closures
In Calgary, city council passed a cultural and development plan dubbed 'Tomorrow's Chinatown'' in December, while Winnipeg announced a revitalization plan in 2019.
Turpel-Lafond returns honorary degree granted by Simon Fraser University in B.C.
A statement from SFU president Joy Johnson says Turpel-Lafond opted to return the 2016 award after the university told her it was under review.
‘Unheard of’: The plan to bring Lolita the orca, captive for 50 years, back to Puget Sound
It is expected it will take 18 to 24 months to relocate Lolita, who is also known as Tokitae or Toki, from the Miami facility back to the northwestern coast of the U.S.
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