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These Trump voters support the U.S. president's comments on Russia - and his walkback, too
In a conservative pocket of Maryland on Tuesday, loyalists of U.S. President Trump shrugged off his remarks favouring Russian leader Vladimir Putin over American intelligence findings, lauding Trump for correcting a "mistake" and rationalizing foreign meddling in the 2016 election.
Greener pastures: How one political party is separating itself in a 3rd-party race
The provincial Green Party raised more money from donors than the NDP or People's Alliance for the second year in a row in 2017.
Kings County guarantees parental leaves for councillors
Previously, King County councillors had to ask council for permission to go on leave. The new policy commits the municipality to being a family-friendly workplace.
'Hate is alive here': Wife of beaten Mississauga man speaks out after attack
It was supposed to be a peaceful summer evening outdoors with friends, but things took a frightening turn when a Mississauga, Ont., father of two was severely beaten in what Peel Regional Police confirm they are investigating as a hate-motivated crime.
Forget successes, F--kup Nights highlight the business lessons of failure
A surprising speaker series that’s become a global phenomenon is taking root in Canada, one that sees entrepreneurs take to the microphone and share the business lessons they've learned the hard way — through failure.
7 things to watch as Canada's premiers gather in N.B.
Canada's premiers kick off their summer gathering this morning in Bouctouche, N.B. Here's a quick guide to who's there (and who's not), what they're talking about (and what they'll avoid), and one pretty big elephant in the room.
Trudeau to shuffle cabinet today in run-up to 2019 campaign
Prime Minister Justin Trudeau is expected to bring in fresh faces, as well as keep the most trusted members of his team firmly in place, as he shuffles his cabinet today in the run-up to next year's election.
Thailand to televise 1st public appearance of rescued cave boys
The 12 boys and their soccer coach rescued from a flooded cave in Thailand are set to make their first public appearance on Wednesday, at a nationally broadcast news conference in the northern province of Chiang Rai.
Northern Ontario pride organizations looking to file human rights complaints over sex-ed curriculum rollback
A northern Ontario pride leader is calling on Pride organizations across the regions to file human rights complaints against the province, after the Progressive Conservative government’s decision last week to drop the modernized sex-ed curriculum.
Buddhist monastery will take 10 to 15 years to complete
Now that a Buddhist monastery in Brudenell, P.E.I. has been approved by the provincial government, construction will begin soon.
Abandoned home in Chatham-Kent coined most photographed in southwestern Ontario
Located off the historical Talbot Trail, which hugs the north shore of Lake Erie in Chatham-Kent, is where you can find the most photographed home in southwestern Ontario, the title coined by curious photographers all over Ontario.
Tenants confused about eviction rules, says Montreal housing advocate
Tenants in Quebec can be evicted more easily than they might think, often leaving people who are told by their landlord they have to vacate their homes not knowing what to do, says a Project Genesis social rights worker.
Disabled senior ejected from Main Street bar wins human rights complaint
A Winnipeg man says a North End bar discriminated against him due to his disability by refusing him service and telling him he had to leave earlier than everyone else. The manager of the bar says the policy protects vulnerable people.
Tesla customers take a hit after Ontario ends incentive programs
Some Tesla customers are getting hit in their wallets because of the Ontario government’s sudden end to an incentive program for electric and hydrogen vehicles.
Highlands Links golf course hits a rough patch
Golfers are not happy with the conditions at Cape Breton Highlands Links Golf Course this year. Management says a hard winter and cold spring didn't help.
Placer miners blast Yukon gov't over Dawson planning commission
'To find out about this important issue through the media was frankly an insult,' the president of the Klondike Placer Miners' Association wrote to the government.
Traffic roundabout in Shediac still confusing drivers
Although the new roundabout is meant to help with the traffic flow around Shediac, N.B., it's causing some confusion among drivers.
Aviation lore inspires new craft brewery taking off in Gander
He was a pilot for 20 years. Then David Jerrett quit flying, but he hasn't abandoned the world of aviation completely.
Caraquet woman with stage 4 bedsore improving as family seeks accountability
Steven Hawkins has been visiting his mother every day at rehabilitation ward at the Dr. Georges-L.-Dumont University Hospital Centre, where she is recovering from a shocking bedsore.
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Thousands to gather for Africville's 35th annual reunion
Thousands of people from across Canada, the United States and the United Kingdom are expected at the 35th annual Africville reunion in Halifax starting Thursday.
Federal Reserve boss tells Congress to get its house in order: Don Pittis
A strong U.S. economy means interest rate hikes will continue, but stern-faced Federal Reserve chair Jerome Powell says trade disputes, the opioid crisis, low education levels and wage stagnation remain dangers for the U.S. economy.
Canadians' average life expectancy could be cut by opioid scourge
Canada will soon find out whether the deadly opioid crisis is having an impact on how long people are expected to live on average.