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- Guido Amsel's ex-wife had explosion at home in 2013, neighbour says
- The ex-wife of Guido Amsel, the man accused of mailing bombs to three women in Winnipeg, had an explosion on her rural Manitoba property in 2013, a neighbour says.
- Bell removes Touch-Tone fee from bills, but customers still on the hook video
- Canada voted Touch-Tone fee "Canada's dumbest charge" on Marketplace last fall. Now, the fee is disappearing from phone bills, but customers are still paying the unpopular charge in the cost of a landline.
- Greek financial crisis: How the country moves forward after the No vote
- The jubilance expressed by the supporters of the No side in Greece's historic referendum may be short-lived, as the country faces the sobering realities of its precarious financial situation.
- Metro Vancouver air quality comparable to Beijing
- Health authorities say Metro Vancouver's air quality has dipped to levels close to those found in major Chinese polluted cities such as Beijing, and are warning residents to stay indoors, due in part to the rampant wildfires in B.C.
- Aeroplan says 'blackouts are gone' — but what about those fuel surcharges?
- Aeroplan says it has heard the complaints, and its (relatively) new way of redeeming points means lack of seat availability is a thing of the past.