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  • Saskatchewan rural crime rates a focus on final day of SARM convention
    According to Statistics Canada's most recent report on rural crime in 2021, Saskatchewan had the highest crime severity index for rural offenses.
    Canada
    Mar 15
  • Saskatchewan introduces bear spray regulations after ‘thousands of disturbances’
    Bear spray incidents across the province, such as last year's Wascana Pool incident, have become more and more common.
    Canada
    Mar 12
  • Cassie Ventura reacts to Diddy abuse video: ‘It broke me’
    The security camera video shows Sean "Diddy" Combs launch a brutal physical assault on ex-girlfriend Cassie Ventura in a hotel in 2016.
    Entertainment
    May 23
  • Rail trail neighbours in North Okanagan call on easements to access their land
    When CP rail owned the land, statutory laws guaranteed access, something property owners are now uneasy about as they don't feel the permits are as set in stone.
    Canada
    May 11
  • Travis Kelce doesn’t want to ‘judge’ Harrison Butker for ‘homemaker’ speech
    Travis Kelce cherishes Harrison Butker as a teammate despite not agreeing with the controversial comments he made during a commencement speech at Benedictine College.
    Trending
    May 24
  • Jeffrey Epstein’s 2nd ‘black book’ of contacts heads to secret auction
    The black book is believed to be from 1997 and was reportedly found in New York City's East Village by a female musician in the 1990s.
    U.S. News
    May 6
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  • Sean ‘Diddy’ Combs sued by model accusing him of sexual assault, drugging
    The model accused Sean 'Diddy' Combs of drugging and sexually assaulting her at his New York City recording studio in 2003.
    Entertainment
    May 22
  • Trial for Brampton, Ont. man accused in deadly 2020 fire nears its end
    First-degree murder trial for Brampton man accused of setting a fire that killed his mother-in-law and nearly five others is coming to a close.
    Crime
    Apr 16
  • Ukraine marks its third Easter at war under fire from Russian attacks
    As Ukraine marked its third Easter at war, Russia on Sunday launched a barrage of drones concentrated in Ukraine’s east.
    World
    May 5
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  • Harrison Butker backlash: Thousands sign petitions asking NFL kicker be fired
    'His comments were sexist, homophobic, anti-trans, anti-abortion and racist,' a Change.org petition calling to have Butker fired reads.
    Trending
    May 16
  • Alberta wildfires: Emergency reservist program receives ‘a lot of inquiries’
    'We have introduced a program this year for people to become a wildfire reservist and we have been receiving a lot of inquiries -- people who are eager to help.'
    Canada
    May 13
  • ‘Vigil for Tatjana’: Memory of homicide victim in Lumby, B.C. to be honoured Friday
    Residents of Lumby, B.C., will host a vigil Friday evening to honour Tatjana Stefanski, whose body was discovered earlier this month near Mable Lake Road. A suspect faces charges.
    Crime
    Apr 26
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  • 85-year-old woman kills home intruder in act of self-defence ‘heroism’
    The 85-year-old Idaho woman was handcuffed to a wooden chair and shot several times by her attacker — and yet, she survived.
    Trending
    Apr 11
  • Dating apps ‘worse than ever’ for your privacy, report warns
    Dating apps like Tinder, Bumble and Hinge may collect users' information and share or sell it without people's permission for advertising, a report found.
    Canada
    Apr 25
  • Biden calls Japan, India ‘xenophobic’ while praising value of immigration
    The remarks, at a campaign fundraising event Wednesday, came after the White House has hosted the leaders of Japan and India and as the U.S. seeks strategic alliances with both.
    U.S. News
    May 2
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  • Muslim human rights activist in need of kidney finds help from Jewish community
    'She's been helping the Jewish community and the Muslim community with the Council of Muslims against antisemitism and it's our turn to help her.'
    Canada
    Apr 26
  • Parasocial relationships: The good, the bad and the celebrity-obsessed
    Parasocial relationships get a bad rap, but can you really have a relationship with someone who doesn't know you exist?
    Lifestyle
    May 23
  • Sean ‘Diddy’ Combs’ son accused of sexual assault in new lawsuit
    The lawsuit, which accuses Christian 'King' Combs of sexually assaulting a woman onboard a yacht in 2022, also names Sean 'Diddy' Combs as a defendant.
    Entertainment
    Apr 5
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  • Nova Scotia rates of poverty, food insecurity in 2022 worst among all provinces
    New data from Statistics Canada shows that Nova Scotia’s rates of poverty and food insecurity in 2022 were the highest of any province.
    Canada
    Apr 30
  • ‘It’s frustrating’: Dartmouth city councillor worried about proposed housing site
    Tony Mancini worried there will be a lack of consultation for a housing project slated for Dartmouth that includes a Pallet village and modular housing.
    Apr 22
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