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Another spike in suspect COVID-19 cases reported in North Korea

North Korea on Wednesday reported 232,880 new cases of fever and another six deaths as leader Kim Jong Un accused officials of “immaturity” and...

‘Totally frustrating’: B.C. carjacking victim urging ICBC to account for missing items

A B.C. carjacking victim is speaking out about a “totally frustrating” experience with ICBC after his car was stolen and retrieved by police. Trevor Clunn...

Fighters abandon steel plant as Mariupol appears on the verge of falling

Mariupol appeared on the verge of falling to the Russians on Tuesday as Ukraine moved to abandon the steel plant where hundreds of its...

Pollution kills 9 million people globally a year, new study finds

A new study blames pollution of all types for 9 million deaths a year globally, with the death toll attributed to dirty air from...

Divided households ready for Battle of Alberta playoff series

Friends and family are preparing to be divided as the Calgary Flames and Edmonton Oilers rekindle their hockey rivalry in the NHL playoffs this...

London Lightning take Game Two against Windsor Express with 107-97 win

The London Lightning rode a big third quarter to a 2-0 series lead as they knocked off the Windsor Express 107-97 on Tuesday night...

Unbeaten Edmonton Oil Kings prepare for WHL Eastern Conference final series against Winnipeg Ice

The Edmonton Oil Kings have yet to lose in the 2022 post-season as the team prepares to play against the Winnipeg Ice in the...

California shooting suspect charged with 1st-degree murder

The man accused of opening fire on a Taiwanese church congregation in California was charged Tuesday with first-degree murder and five counts of attempted...
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Anglophones outside Montreal deplore limited access to English-language newspapers

English-speaking residents outside greater Montreal say they feel cut off and abandoned. Since March of this year, some say they haven’t been able to get...

Pollution killed over 9,000,000 people across the globe in 2019

More people died from pollution than war, malaria, HIV, tuberculosis, drugs or alcohol, a study has found (Picture: Shutterstock)Pollution killed one in six people...

Why Elon Musk should read Facebook’s latest transparency report

Today, let’s talk about Facebook’s latest effort to make the platform more comprehensible to outsiders — and how its findings inform our current, seemingly...

Google’s Pixel 4 and 5-series phones are discounted today at Woot

There’s been a lot of talk about new Pixel phones lately, with last week’s Google I/O showing off not just a new Pixel 6A...