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Brampton man departs to collect Stays of 6 family members killed in Ethiopia Airplane crash

Manant Vaidya Brampton family Ethiopia Airlines crash

“I lost my family,” Manant Vaidya said shortly before boarding a plane at Pearson airport. “It’s still difficult to believe. I am totally broken.”

‘It’s heartbreaking’: Canadians hold vigils, condemn violence in Aftermath of New Zealand mosque attacks

Masuma Khan

Muslims and non-Muslims accumulated in the Halifax Grand Parade to mourn the victims of their Christchurch mosque shootings as people across Canada come together to condemn Friday’s strikes in New Zealand.

Meet the Yellowknife man who’s been Lifting and racing pigeons for a Years

Norm Pottinger

Norm Pottinger has been breeding and raising pigeons in Yellowknife to the previous ten decades. He enters them in racing contests all over the world.

Amber Alert for Edmonton Queen Cancelled Following Kid found safe

Edmonton police

An off-duty Calgary police officer spotted the boy along with his mother while driving.  The mother was arrested by RCMP. 

Canadian Authorities bolster Existence in Aftermath of New Zealand mosque Strikes


Police forces in certain Canadian cities are supplying increased security after shootings in two mosques in Christchurch, New Zealand, left dozens dead and injured.

Edmonton police issue Amber Alert for 8, Boy, abducted with his mother

Noah Ducharme

Edmonton police issued an Amber Alert late Friday for a boy they say was abducted earlier in the day by his mum.

Share the land: Guess Who frontman Burton Cummings tells Moose Jaw Dancing studio to turn down the music

Burton Cummings

Burton Cummings was able to play with a number of the loudest rock in Canada, but now he’s trying to obtain a Arabian dance studio in Saskatchewan to turn down its songs.

‘Merely asking for a safe future’: Thousands of B.C. students protest political inaction on climate change


Thousands walked out of class Friday afternoon to connect protests in front of the Art Gallery in downtown Vancouver and out of the provincial legislature in Victoria.

Imperial Oil slows Growth of Aspen project, Mentioning Alberta production cuts

Imperial Oil Rich Kruger 20160429 April 29, 2016

Imperial Oil Ltd. has significantly slowed the evolution of a $2.6-billion oilsands job due to uncertainty due to the Alberta government’s petroleum production curtailment system and additional obstacles.

Kevin Vickers, retired sergeant-at-arms, Repeats Hierarchical Direction

kevin vickers

Name recognition of the former Canadian ambassador to Ireland and House of Commons sergeant-at-arms vaults him into the front-runner place.

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