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Go Public Nanny program stonewalled by Ottawa, frustrated parents say video
Parents who say they’re tearing their hair out trying to apply for a foreign nanny accuse the federal government of stringing them along for political reasons. “We're pawns in a game that's supposed to look like families are getting helped, but they're not,” says an Edmonton father.
Cache Creek declares state of emergency after flash flood video
The small B.C. Interior town of Cache Creek declared a state of emergency Sunday afternoon after torrential rain caused a flash flood on Saturday which sent raging water and debris through downtown streets and closed two highways.
Air Canada's new carry-on crackdown doomed to fail, critics claim
Air Canada is once again targeting passengers who try to sneak on excess carry-on luggage. But critics claim the stepped-up crackdown ultimately won’t solve the upsurge in on-board bags. That's because, they say, passengers will continue to push the limits to avoid that new and pesky $25 checked bag fee.
Analysis Free speech on the run, even in the home of the brave
Constitutionally protected speech, no matter how offensive, is a glorious and uniquely American invention, Neil Macdonald writes. But these days it seems to be under attack from thought police everywhere, even in the U.S.
Photos Storms ravage Texas, Oklahoma
Record rainfall wreaked havoc across a swath of the U.S. Midwest on Sunday, causing flash floods, spawning tornadoes and forcing at least 2,000 people out of their homes.

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