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REAL SCOOP: Killer appeals denial of faint hope hearing
I spent Friday in a Court of Appeal hearing for convicted killer Robbie Soomel. Last year he tried to get a faint hope hearing, but a judge denied him that opportunity saying it was unlikely a jury would knock time off his sentence given that he had killed “twice.” Soomel’s lawyer said Friday that the […]
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REAL SCOOP: Surrey's new top cop to keep up fight against gangs
It will be interesting to follow all the developments in policing in Surrey over the next year. Now the RCMP has a new officer in charge of the detachment, who will begin his new job in January. Here’s my story: Surrey’s new top cop looking forward to the challenge, even if it is short-lived KIM […]
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Deliberations in trial of ex-SNC exec Sami Bebawi end Saturday with no verdict
Bebawi, 73, has pleaded not guilty to five charges that include fraud, corruption of foreign officials and laundering proceeds of crime.
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EDITORIAL: Politicians in denial about growing gun violence
How long are our politicians going to ignore the statistics staring them in the face, showing that banning police street checks (aka carding) has led to a dramatic spike in gun violence in Toronto? In 2014, as street checks were being curtailed, there were 177 shootings in Toronto with 242 victims — described by Toronto […]
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Edmonton’s Stanley A. Milner Library delayed; no date set for opening
The Stanley A. Milner Library will be delaying its opening, according to a tweet from the Edmonton Public Library on Saturday.
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Tom Jackson brings the ‘Huron Carol’ back to Winnipeg
A well-known Winnipeg actor is returning home this weekend to perform a Canadian Christmas classic.
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BRAUN: Knowledge is power — and great food — at Eataly
Oscar Farinetti wants you to know that great food is like great sex — the more you know about what you’re dealing with, how carefully it has been tended and where it came from, the better it all is. The brains behind foodie dream destination Eataly is talking about wine made without chemicals, hand-kneaded bread […]
Toronto Sun
‘Find Black Santa’: Texas mom creates a phone app to find Santas of colour
After raising US$5,000 in 30 days, Jihan Woods was able to build a Black Santa locator -- so that she could finally find a Santa that represented her family.
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Raptors need a boost of energy to get them out of their slide
The Raptors opened the month with a 77-point first half against Utah, but things can turn quickly in the NBA, and they have for Toronto.
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One person dies in hospital after house fire erupts in Calgary
A person has died in hospital after being pulled from a burning home in the city’s Glendale neighbourhood.
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Liveblog: Canadiens gear up to face Red Wings at Bell Centre
Habs seek fourth straight victory before embarking on road trip
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New Calgary report shows complaints, injuries and destinations related to explosion in e-scooter use
A new report has been released showing just how popular e-scooters and e-bikes were for getting around Calgary this summer.
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Poaching fines, hunting bans and animal rescue: busy December for B.C. Conservation Officer Service
This week alone, BCCOS sent out 11 social media posts via Twitter regarding fines to people and animals needing help.
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Heavy rains cause ‘significant’ flooding at Vancouver airport’s south terminal
The airport said it is working to identify any passengers whose vehicles may have been damaged by water in the parking lot.
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Patriots, Tom Brady trying to work out offensive woes
Tom Brady says the New England Patriots offence has “got to maximize our potential, and I don’t know what our potential is” entering Sunday’s road game against the Cincinnati Bengals, the worst team in the NFL.
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From factory building to furniture: how a Toronto company is salvaging old-growth wood from Napanee
"We're taking wood from an old furniture factory and turning it into furniture again."
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Canada’s Ivanie Blondin wins fifth straight World Cup gold medal
Canadian speedskater Ivanie Blondin won her fifth World Cup speedskating gold medal in a row, in a fifth different discipline to boot, by winning the 3,000-metre event in track-record time at a meet in Nagano, Japan on Saturday.
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What happens when a weddings influencer gets divorced?
Even as her own marriage was falling apart, Molly Rosen Guy continued to post on Instagram about flower crowns and bohemian wedding gowns. That is, until last year, when she came clean to her followers and renamed her brand. So, what happens to a weddings influencer when the honeymoon is over?
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Kirkland woman ‘floored’ by support for her initiative to buy Christmas gifts for lonely seniors
Alana Edwards says the West Island has rallied around her project to give presents to isolated elderly people.
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Lebanon forces clash with demonstrators who tried to attack protest camp
The clashes started when dozens of men, some wearing masks, pelted security forces with stones and threw firecrackers at them on one edge of the protest camp.
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Cold case cops finally ID girl, 14, murdered in 1976
For 43 years, she was known simply as Jane Doe #40. A bleak, impersonal moniker utterly lacking in humanity. But no more. On Thursday, San Francisco homicide detectives announced they have finally identified Judy Gifford who was murdered in 1976. The New Jersey girl was just 14 and thousands of miles from home. According to […]
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Toronto Sun
Halifax celebrates the fifth birthday of its iconic central library
The modern design of the library, full of open space and featuring exterior walls of transparent glass, has been a hit with Haligonians and the world.
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Lameduck Kentucky GOP governor pardons Partin and other killers
Outgoing Kentucky Governor Matt Bevin has shockingly pardoned the brother of a campaign donor who beheaded a mother of three. According to the Lexington Herald-Leader, Bevin — defeated in November — sprung convicted killer Delmar Partin on Monday because the DNA had not been tested. Partin was convicted of either strangling or beating Betty Carnes […]
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Toronto Sun
Democrat who’s against impeachment meets with Trump: source
An administration official confirmed that Rep. Jeff Van Drew met with Trump in the White House on Friday.
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Truck stolen in Edmonton with owner’s dog still inside
Edmonton police are looking for information, after a man's truck was stolen from the Parkdale neighbourhood on Friday with his dog still inside.
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Vancouver’s Oppenheimer Park homeless camp brings community, safety, says resident
This week, the Vancouver Park Board finally voted to approve a request for an injunction, citing winter temperatures and the deteriorating state of the camp.
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U.S. Customs officers seize 166 kilograms of cocaine in Derby Line
The cocaine was packed in 142 brick-shaped packages and hidden in a secret compartment discovered in the truck that was preparing to enter Canada.
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The United Irish Societies prepare Christmas baskets for families in need
Dozens of volunteers gathered at Beurling Academy in Verdun on Saturday to stack up boxes of food with love and well wishes.
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CRIME HUNTER: Casanova Killer had death count of 18
The trail of death stretched from Connecticut to Texas and at bloody points in between. They called Paul John Knowles the “Casanova Killer.” During the troubled summer of 1974, the maniac hit the road, leaving carnage in his wake. He killed in Georgia, Florida, Nevada, Texas and Connecticut. Now, a new documentary is hoping to paint […]
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Toronto Sun
Regina residents help put gifts under the tree for 1,500 local children
Toys were collected throughout November and December, and on Saturday they were wrapped by dozens of volunteers.
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RCMP officer killed in collision was a father of three who loved his job
An on-duty RCMP officer who died in a collision on the Perimeter Highway Friday afternoon has been remembered by his fellow officers as a committed officer, father, and a huge sports fan.
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Deaf kids sign Christmas wishes to Santa in Calgary
Smiles abounded as deaf and hard-of-hearing kids shared a special visit with Old Saint Nick in Calgary on Saturday.
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Edmonton Mayor Don Iveson will decide by next fall whether he’ll run for another term
"I go back and forth on that question, to be quite honest to you," Iveson said.
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GOLDSTEIN: Conservatives protest too much about Scheer’s expenses
One thing we can be sure of is that if outgoing Conservative leader Andrew Scheer had won the Oct. 21 election, we would never have heard about the Conservative party subsidizing the private school tuitions of his children. It’s hardly unknown for political parties to use party funds to top up the salaries and/or defray […]
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Cannabis store applicant gives away free doughnuts in Deep Cove
The complementary munchies were part of a community outreach campaign. Muse hopes to be the first legal pot shop in the District of North Vancouver.
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MALCOLM: Wanted – a leader with charisma and backbone who pushes back
Andrew Scheer’s tenure as leader of the Conservative Party of Canada, and Prime Minister-in-waiting, came to an abrupt end on Thursday morning. Scheer announced he was stepping down to spend more time with his family. While the mainstream media trumped up a rumour that Scheer was resigning over a scandal involving improper use of party […]
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Toronto Sun
The time for Canada’s stock market to shine may be in 2020
The Canadian benchmark will end 2020 at around 18,100, according to the average of seven estimates compiled by Bloomberg. That’s better than the 4.7 per cent increase analysts are predicting for the S&P 500 Index next year.
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GUNTER: Boris Johnson’s resounding victory to get Brexit done
The “what” is interesting enough. In Thursday’s U.K. general election, the Tory party led by Prime Minister Boris Johnson won what Johnson described as “a huge, great stonking mandate.” In all likelihood, Britain will now withdraw from the European Union (E.U.) by the end of January. Three years of contentious political wrangling that followed the […]
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Toronto Sun
Andrew Wiggins, Timberwolves bosses bond over
is averaging career-highs in points, assists, rebounds and three-point attempts, as well as several key efficiency markers
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FUREY: Expect an issues-based Conservative leadership race this time around
It’s only natural that at the early stages of a leadership race the chatter and coverage is about the people who might be running. We’ve already seen a roll call of potential entrants for the Conservative leadership race to replace Andrew Scheer. For the most part, it’s a tally of the usual suspects – current […]
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Toronto Sun
WHO? WHAT! WOW!: The week in WEIRD
NAKED INSTAGRAM MODEL CONFRONTS ROBBER Now that’s a rude awakening. Danii Banks, a 29-year-old model, was supposedly awoken by a thief who had allegedly broken into her home and demanded money from the Instagram star, who, in a sleepy stupor, confronted the robber completely naked, the Daily Mail reports. The incident, despite being captured on […]
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Central Okanagan Journey Home Society announces new executive director
The society says its new leader is a seasoned executive who has more than 26 years of experience in the human services sector.
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Greta Thunberg apologizes for 'against the wall' comment
Teenage climate activist Greta Thunberg has apologized for saying politicians should be put "against the wall" after critics took it to mean that she was advocating violence.
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