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  • Calgary man found guilty in death of former girlfriend stabbed 75 times

    November 24, 2017 7:44 PM 5

    A 33-year-old Calgary man has been found guilty of second-degree murder in the stabbing death of his former common-law partner. After approximately eight hours of deliberation, the jury reached its verdict in the trial of Kevin Rubletz on Wednesday night. According to Crown prosecutor Shane Parker, Jessica Rae Newman had been stabbed 75 times in a vehicle

  • New York man arrested after car crashes while child, 8, steered sitting on his lap

    November 24, 2017 7:24 PM 6

    Police say Brett Reynolds left the child crying outside of a home before fleeing the scene. Reynolds was arrested the next day at a hospital where he was being treated. WHITEHALL, N.Y.—Authorities say an 8-year-old child is hospitalized with serious injuries after a car crashed as the child steered the vehicle while sitting on a New York man’s lap. State

  • WestJet launches new regional air service in Western Canada

    November 24, 2017 7:19 PM 6

    CALGARY -- WestJet Airlines Ltd. (TSX:WJA) has introduced a new regional air service in Western Canada operating under a capacity purchase agreement with B.C.-based Pacific Coastal Airlines Ltd. WestJet Link will connect the Alberta communities of Lethbridge, Lloydminster and Medicine Hat and the B.C. communities of Cranbrook and Prince George to WestJet's

  • Oxford Dictionaries sends video message to B.C. boy who invented 'levidrome'

    November 24, 2017 7:04 PM 8

    VICTORIA -- An editor at Oxford Dictionaries in the United Kingdom has sent an encouraging response to a six-year-old Victoria boy who created a buzz by inventing a word. Levi Budd came up with levidrome to define a word that forms a different word when spelled backwards, such as rats from star and loop from pool. His father posted a YouTube video five weeks

  • Police dog helps track Manitoba man, son lost in woods while hunting

    November 24, 2017 6:11 PM 6

    MARCHAND, Man. -- A man and his 12-year-old son who got lost while hunting in southeastern Manitoba are safe and sound after being found with the help of a police dog. RCMP say the father and his boy left their vehicle on a side road near Marchand on Thursday and headed into the woods. They became lost and after several hours of trying to find their

  • Alabama’s largest shopping mall closes early after a brawl the night before Black Friday

    November 24, 2017 6:02 PM 5

    Hoover Fire paramedics treated at least one person for minor injuries. Police said the fight was of a personal nature, and not over sales. HOOVER, ALA.—Shoppers were ushered out of Alabama’s largest shopping mall, which closed about 40 minutes early after a brawl broke out the night before Black Friday. reports that police and firefighters responded

  • Police find no evidence of gunfire after terror scare at London’s busy Oxford Circus station

    November 24, 2017 5:23 PM 5

    Police had said they were responding “as if the incident is terrorist related,” but reported finding no evidence of gunfire. Witnesses on social media reported people running into nearby shops and pubs for shelter. LONDON—British police say they have found no evidence of any shots being fired after reports of gunfire sparked panic in the heart of London

  • Report shows federal deficit at $5.9 billion halfway through fiscal year

    November 24, 2017 4:56 PM 5

    OTTAWA - The federal government ran a deficit of $5.9 billion over the first half of its fiscal year, a more modest dive into the red than that of the same period one year ago. Between April and September of the 2016-17 fiscal year, the Liberals ran a deficit of $7.8 billion. For September alone, the government ran a budgetary deficit of $3.2 billion

  • New condo, townhome sales and prices soar in October

    November 24, 2017 4:14 PM 5

    High rises account for most new construction sales in October, but prices are also rising. The boom in condos and stacked townhomes pushed sales of new construction homes in the Toronto region up 18 per cent year over in year in October — accounting for 91 per cent of the overall 5,377 purchases. The remaining 9 per cent of sales were low-rise, single-family

  • Santa won’t be sending individual letters to schools this year

    November 24, 2017 4:03 PM 7

    Canada Post says many children write letters to Santa both from home and from school. To make sure kids don’t get inconsistent responses the program will change for letters from school. Canada Post says Santa won’t be sending as many personalized letters to kids this year, though he still wants to make sure he responds to every note he receives