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  • newThe Rookie star Melissa O’Neil reflects on Canadian Idol

    The Rookie star Melissa O’Neil reflects on Canadian Idol

    There was a time when you couldn’t help but equate Melissa O’Neil with her third-season win on Canadian Idol. But that was then — 2005, to be exact — and O’Neil has since fought to redefine herself as an actress, […]
    - 3 hours ago, 15 Oct 18, 4:51pm -
  • newColin and Justin launch new series Great Canadian Cottages

    Colin and Justin launch new series Great Canadian Cottages

    We may be heading into Canada’s colder months, but interior designers Colin McAllister and Justin Ryan have their minds on a classic summer getaway: the cottage. The fun-loving Scottish pair are hosting the new TV series Great Canadian Cottages, wh…
    - 7 hours ago, 15 Oct 18, 12:15pm -
  • Short cruise, big impact

    Short cruise, big impact

    Travel from Long Beach to Mexico in just a few days
    - 5 days ago, 10 Oct 18, 6:00pm -
  • All American star Daniel Ezra gears up for high school football show

    All American star Daniel Ezra gears up for high school football show

    It’s been seven years since the much-loved TV drama Friday Night Lights dimmed its floodlights for the final time. And now with All American, debuting Wednesday on The CW and W Network, high school football is once again in the […]
    - 6 days ago, 9 Oct 18, 4:32pm -
  • Caribbean-bound fun aboard MSC

    Caribbean-bound fun aboard MSC

    European style big-ship coming to the Caribbean this winter
    - 13 days ago, 2 Oct 18, 3:31pm -
  • Global Voices: How to talk to loved ones about mental health

    Global Voices: How to talk to loved ones about mental health

    Visits to the doctor aren’t fun. There’s a freezing-cold stethoscope, a stick in your throat and bright light in your eyes. Then come the embarrassing personal questions. We endure these checkups to spot little health problems before they become…
    - 14 days ago, 2 Oct 18, 2:19am -
  • Pop Forecast for Oct. 1: A Star is Born, Venom and more

    Pop Forecast for Oct. 1: A Star is Born, Venom and more

    Chris Lackner “You don’t need a weatherman to know which way the wind blows,” Bob Dylan sang. But these days, a guide through the seemingly endless flurry of pop culture offerings is just what we need. With that in mind, […]
    - 15 days ago, 1 Oct 18, 2:04am -
  • Wayne Grady’s Up From Freedom springs from family history

    Wayne Grady’s Up From Freedom springs from family history

    Jamie Portman   Up From Freedom Wayne Grady Doubleday Canada   KINGSTON, Ont. — Award-winning author Wayne Grady thought he was white for the first 46 years of his life. But then came the day in 1997 when he was […]
    - 19 days ago, 26 Sep 18, 4:38pm -
  • Duration of Panama Canal visit is passenger’s call

    Duration of Panama Canal visit is passenger’s call

    Should I do a full transit or a partial transit?
    - 20 days ago, 25 Sep 18, 4:23pm -
  • A Million Little Things aims to be the next This is Us

    A Million Little Things aims to be the next This is Us

    You’d be forgiven for thinking the new ABC drama A Million Little Things seems eerily like NBC’s hit series This is Us. There’s a sprawling cast, interconnected storylines, flashbacks and enough tear-jerker moments to cry your way through a Kle…
    - 20 days ago, 25 Sep 18, 2:43pm -

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    • José Miguel Vivanco
      José Miguel Vivanco, director of Human Rights Watch's Americas division, is a general expert on Latin America. Before joining Human Rights Watch, Vivanco worked as an attorney for the Inter-American Commission on Human Rights at the Organization of…
      - 31 Dec 69, 7:00pm -
    • Harnessing the Power of Women Foreign Ministers

      Harnessing the Power of Women Foreign Ministers

      Expand  Canadian Foreign Minister Chrystia Freeland meets High Representative of the European Union (EU) for Foreign Affairs and Security Policy and Vice-President of the European…
      - 31 Dec 69, 7:00pm -
    • Saudi Arabia Punishes Canada for Criticizing Human Rights Defenders’ Arrests

      Saudi Arabia Punishes Canada for Criticizing Human Rights Defenders’ Arrests

      Expand Prince Mohammed bin Salman Al Saud, Crown Prince of the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia, attends a bilateral meeting with United Nations Secretary-General Antonio Guterres in the Ex…
      - 31 Dec 69, 7:00pm -
    • Why Canada Should Take in Snowden-Linked Asylum-Seeker

      Why Canada Should Take in Snowden-Linked Asylum-Seeker

      Expand Asylum seekers who sheltered Edward Snowden for a period in 2013 stand outside of Hong Kong's immigration department during a press conference in Hong Kong, China, May 15,…
      - 31 Dec 69, 7:00pm -
    • Canada: Shelter Torture Survivor Who Helped Snowden

      Canada: Shelter Torture Survivor Who Helped Snowden

      Expand Asylum seekers who sheltered Edward Snowden for a period in 2013 stand outside of Hong Kong's immigration department during a press conference in Hong Kong, China, May 15,…
      - 31 Dec 69, 7:00pm -
    • Human Rights Watch Letter to Minister Ahmed D. Hussen
      Dear Minister Hussen:We refer to our communication to you of May 8, 2017, where we asked the Ministry of Immigration, Refugees and Citizenship to expedite consideration of the seven asylum-seekers in Hong Kong who sheltered Edward Snowden in their h…
      - 31 Dec 69, 7:00pm -
    • Lawsuit Against Greenpeace Raises Freedom of Speech Concerns

      Lawsuit Against Greenpeace Raises Freedom of Speech Concerns

      Expand A workers unloads a truckload of logs in Howe Sound near Squamish, British Columbia, Canada April 25, 2017. © 2017 Reuters Today, a US federa…
      - 31 Dec 69, 7:00pm -
    • Canada Promotes Justice for Myanmar’s Rohingya

      Canada Promotes Justice for Myanmar’s Rohingya

      Expand Refugees are seen at the Cox's Bazar refugee camp in Bangladesh, near Rakhine state, Myanmar, during a trip by United Nations envoys to the region April 29, 2018. Picture tak…
      - 31 Dec 69, 7:00pm -
    • Mr. Trudeau, Strong Words and Money Will Not Save the Rohingya – It’s Time for Canada to Act

      Mr. Trudeau, Strong Words and Money Will Not Save the Rohingya – It’s Time for Canada to Act

      Expand Rohingya refugees walk through rice fields after crossing the border from Burma into Palang Khali, near Cox’s Bazar, Bangladesh, October 19, 2017.  ©…
      - 31 Dec 69, 7:00pm -
    • Canada

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      CanadaCanada is a vibrant multiethnic democracy that enjoys a global reputation as a defender of human rights. Despite a strong record on core civil and political rights protections guaranteed by the Canadian Charter of Rights and Freedoms, the gove…
      - 31 Dec 69, 7:00pm -

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    • Trudeau calls Trans Mountain ‘imperative’ for Canada’s economy
      Justin Trudeau continues to insist the Trans Mountain pipeline expansion “will get built,” as Kinder Morgan’s May 31 deadline nears. In Calgary on Tuesday, the Prime Minister said the government is working hard behind the scenes.
      - 15 May 18, 7:03pm -
    • Ottawa contributing $40-million to railway crossing project in Edmonton
      Prime Minister Justin Trudeau announced Tuesday that the federal government will contribute $40-million to a new railway crossing in Edmonton. The city and Alberta will cover the remaining $47-million needed for the project.
      - 15 May 18, 6:43pm -
    • Jason Priestley remembers Margot Kidder as being ‘full of love’
      Jason Priestley says he worked on two films with fellow Canadian actor Margot Kidder, who died on Sunday at age 69. Priestley recalls Kidder, who played Lois Lane in several Superman films, as a “beautiful soul.”
      - 15 May 18, 3:47pm -
    • Father of boy who died of meningitis ‘vindicated’ by court ruling
      Canada’s top court has thrown out the guilty verdicts for a couple whose toddler died of bacterial meningitis and ordered a new trial. David Stephan says he and his wife Collet are “extremely grateful” after Tuesday’s ruling.
      - 15 May 18, 3:47pm -
    • Doug Ford says he doesn’t condone ‘lock her up’ chants
      Ontario PC Leader Doug Ford says he doesn’t condone chants of “lock her up” reportedly directed at Kathleen Wynne at a Progressive Conservative rally on Monday. The Ontario Liberal leader says the rhetoric is a “disturbing trend.”
      - 15 May 18, 3:47pm -
    • Howie Mandel on Meghan Markle, Just For Laughs
      Canadian-born comedian Howie Mandel says he got involved in the purchase of the Just For Laughs festival to help raise its prominence outside of Canada. Mandel also weighed in on Meghan Markle, who appeared on Deal or No Deal, which he hosted.
      - 15 May 18, 3:47pm -
    • Patrick Pichette says all you need in life fits in a backpack
      Former Google CFO Patrick Pichette has been travelling the world and says that, aside from some extra layers in Antarctica, all you need in life can be carried on your back. Video courtesy C100.org.
      - 15 May 18, 3:21pm -
    • Golden Knights ‘satisfied’ with effort in Game 2
      The expansion Vegas Golden Knights evened the Western Conference final at 1-1 Monday with a 3-1 victory over the Winnipeg Jets. Forward Jonathan Marchessault says the team proved they’re able to compete against a “great team.”
      - 15 May 18, 10:17am -
    • Quebec brewery concocts G7 beer ahead of summit
      A brewery in Quebec’s Charlevoix region has blended ingredients from all of the G7 member countries into one beer, ahead of June’s summit. Creator Nicolas Marrant says the main ingredient in La G7 beer is a Canadian barley malt.
      - 15 May 18, 9:35am -
    • Protest, Condemnation Follow US Embassy Opening
      Protest and condemnation from various countries follows the opening of the U.S. embassy in Jerusalem.
      - 14 May 18, 4:06pm -

    The Guardian: Canada News

    • newHow criminals used Canada's casinos to launder millions
      The impacts of the Vancouver model – as the scheme came to be known – is linked to the opioid crisis and unaffordable real estate marketThe briefing took place just a few days after David Eby began his new job as British Columbia’s attorney gen…
      - 15 hours ago, 15 Oct 18, 5:00am -
    • 'Deeply concerning': Canada pension fund invests in US immigration detention firms
      Canada Pension Plan Investment Board has $5.9m of stock in firms profiting from Trump’s ‘zero-tolerance’ Mexico border policyThis story is co-published with the Documented news website and newsletterCanadian politicians have expressed alarm tha…
      - 4 days ago, 12 Oct 18, 6:00am -
    • Pollutionwatch: Canada moves to limit wood burning
      Strict new standards in Canada aim to end winter smogs caused by wood burning that have plagued cities such as Montreal This October the city of Montreal will draw a line under a 20-year air pollution problem that started with the 1998 ice storm. Con…
      - 4 days ago, 11 Oct 18, 4:30pm -
    • Canadian woman raises $15,000 for cancer foundation by recycling bottles
      Gia Tran has donated the funds from collecting bottles and cans to the BC Cancer Foundation in Vancouver for 21 yearsNearly every weekday over the past two decades, a Canadian woman has dropped by the offices of a cancer foundation in Vancouver to ma…
      - 4 days ago, 11 Oct 18, 1:25pm -
    • Canadian beauty chain Deciem abruptly closes after founder's Instagram video
      Brandon Truaxe claimed ‘major criminal activity’ at beauty firmDeciem became cult hit with The Ordinary rangeA Canadian beauty brand that has become a cult hit with its cut-price products line The Ordinary, and garnered attention from the likes o…
      - 5 days ago, 10 Oct 18, 3:34pm -
    • Canada: Trudeau on back foot as frustration builds over PM's climate strategy
      Several provinces unhappy with PM’s national carbon tax, while green groups oppose government investment in fossil fuels When Justin Trudeau swept into power in 2015, he pledged to make fighting climate change a top priority for his government.Thre…
      - 6 days ago, 10 Oct 18, 6:00am -
    • Trump hasn't improved on Nafta – but at least he hasn't blown up trade | Jeffrey Frankel
      All the deal really needed was a new name – and USMCA literally puts ‘America First’Donald Trump acts as if he has pulled off a smashing victory by replacing the North American Free Trade Agreement (Nafta) – supposedly “the worst trade deal…
      - 6 days ago, 9 Oct 18, 9:46am -
    • Suspected British Isis fighter could face repatriation to Canada
      Exclusive: dual national Jack Letts, 23 – dubbed Jihadi Jack – is thought to have been included in a recent agreementSuspected Islamic State fighter Jack Letts – nicknamed “Jihadi Jack” by the British media – is likely to be repatriated t…
      - 9 days ago, 6 Oct 18, 3:15pm -
    • Canada asks: can police officers smoke marijuana after legalization?
      Vancouver, Ottawa, Regina and Montreal will let officers use it recreationally as Calgary introduced a zero-consumption policyPolice in Canada want to know: can we get high?Forces across the country are wrestling with the question of whether to deter…
      - 10 days ago, 5 Oct 18, 1:18pm -
    • Canada: sea ice prevents crucial supply deliveries to isolated communities
      Paulatuk, Kugluktuk and Cambridge Bay were unable to receive shipments of food, fuel and lumberAuthorities in Canada’s Arctic north are scrambling to transport critical supplies to three isolated communities after the early arrival of sea ice pr…
      - 11 days ago, 5 Oct 18, 7:30am -
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