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Kerri Einarson wins bronze at women’s world curling championships

On Sunday, Canada's Kerri Einarson secured bronze at the women's world curling championship, beating Sweden's Anna Hasselborg 8-7. Although Einarson had set her and...

Canada plans to replace its aging CF-18s with F-35 model fighters

On Monday, Minister of Public Services and Procurement Filomena Tassi and Minister of Defence Anita Anand announced the process of initiating negotiations, as one...

The collapse of the real estate company “Epic Alliance” leaves 500 homes affected and at least $10 million from investors missing

At the end of January, the Epic Alliance group of companies closed its operations nationwide, after one of the founders, Rochelle Laflamme, announced on...

Lowest divorce rate recorded in Alberta in more than 40 years following the impact of COVID-19

According to Statistics Canada data in 2020, there were at least 6,801 divorces recorded since 1979 in the province of Alberta. Divorce cases in...

Peruvian Congress denies Pedro Castillo’s removal from office

After 10 hours of the session in the Peruvian Parliament, the legislature, dominated by right-wing opponents, denied the impeachment motion against President Pedro Castillo...

Concordia Stingers win first U Sports women’s field hockey title in two decades

This Sunday, the Concordia Stingers women's varsity field hockey team celebrated big at MacLauchlan Arena in Charlottetown, P.E.I., winning as national champions. The last...

B.C. government reports $110 rebate for ICBC customers at the press conference

Last Friday during a press conference, Premier John Horgan and Minister of Public Safety and Solicitor General Mike Farnworth announced as a necessary measure...

Lac La Biche residents expect MP Brian Jean to bring change to the region

Earlier this month, Brian Jean won the by-election, becoming premier with 63.6% of the vote despite considerable abstention, as voter turnout was 24%. However,...

Pierre Poilievre advocates the ideal of Canada as the blockchain capital of the world

The Conservative leadership candidate, in his speech this Monday addressed investors this time, pointing out as part of his political program his intentions to...

Biden stands firm after declaring that “Putin ‘cannot remain in power”

Last week before the Royal Castle in Warsaw, Poland, U.S. President Joe Biden at the end of his speech gave a series of statements...

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The South African government's tourism board has conditionally approved plans to sponsor English Premier League club Tottenham Hotspur amid an energy crisis, South African...

Pope Francis arrives in South Sudan in historic trip

Pope Francis arrived in Juba, South Sudan on Friday fulfilling a long-time wish to visit the war-ravaged country, currently in the midst of a...

Man pleads guilty to threatening to kill Queen Elizabeth II in 2021

A British man has pleaded guilty to threatening to assassinate the late Queen Elizabeth II on Christmas Day 2021, police have said.

A first generation iPhone going up for auction hopes to fetch $50,000

An unopened first-generation iPhone from 2007 is hitting the auction block Thursday -- with an estimated value of $50,000.

Why a tiny American firm is taking aim at an Indian conglomerate

Asia's richest man is in the crosshairs of a research firm whose very name evokes panic.
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