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US team in NKorea raises expectations of a Trump-Kim summit
The storm gained the early jump on the 2018 hurricane season as it headed toward anticipated landfall sometime Monday
PC Leader Ford’s lack of platform attacked at debate by NDP and Liberal leaders
Hunt underway for two suspects connected to Mississauga, Ont., blast
Voters throughout Ireland have begun casting votes in a referendum that may lead to a loosening of the country’s strict ban on most abortions.
Harvey Weinstein arraigned on rape, criminal sex act charges following allegations of sexual misconduct
North Korea issued a statement saying it was still “willing to give the U.S. time and opportunities” to reconsider talks
The Kilauea volcano has been gushing lava on the big island of Hawaii for the past three weeks.
Trump cancels June 12 summit with North Korea’s Kim, citing ‘tremendous anger and open hostility’ in recent statement
North Korea has carried out what it says is the demolition of its nuclear test site in the presence of foreign journalists.
Beginning Thursday, Toronto will temporarily house refugee claimants and new arrivals in 400 beds in the city’s east end.
In B.C., thousands of residents are returning to homes this week marked with red or yellow signs indicating a health inspection is necessary
Notley told reporters that B.C. Premier John Horgan is trying to shut down the Trans Mountain pipeline
“SPYGATE could be one of the biggest political scandals in history!” Trump said on Twitter
A spike in gas levels could prompt a mass evacuation in Hawaii
Analysts and observers remain perplexed by Finance Minister Bill Morneau’s comment last week that “plenty of investors would be interested in taking on this project”.
A teenager who started a major wildfire in Oregon has been ordered to pay restitution
G7 finance and international development ministers convene in British Columbia next week
North Korean media are stepping up their rhetorical attacks on South Korea and joint military exercises with the United States
Montreal-based travel agency says hundreds of Canadians who were stuck in Cuba since a plane crash last week are returning home