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  • Fukushima nuclear disaster presents low risk to B.C. coast, research shows

    March 11, 2018 10:47 PM 10

    A team of researchers at Simon Fraser University says the radioactive elements pose minimal risk to human or salmon health. “The levels found in both the salmon and soil samples remained below Canada’s safety guidelines, posing minimal risk to B.C.’s salmon and human populations,” Starosta said in a release. He said it has been a relief to know the effects

  • Montreal seniors’ resident holds birthday party for its 20 centenarians

    March 11, 2018 10:12 PM 11

    The residence held a birthday party for its centenarians, including nine who will hit the hundred-year mark in 2018. MONTREAL—A seniors’ residence in Montreal is celebrating as 20 of its residents are set to turn 100 years old or more this year. The residence held a birthday party today for its centenarians, including nine who will hit the hundred-year

  • 'Time for us to tell our story': Church of Scientology launching TV network

    March 11, 2018 9:18 PM 19

    Scientology has been subject of several high-profile projects investigating alleged abuses The Church of Scientology is about to get its own television channel starting Monday. A Twitter handle, website and app for Scientology TV appeared Sunday posting updates to hype the network's availability on DIRECTV, AppleTV, Roku, fireTV, Chromecast, iTunes and Google

  • Brampton advocates urging removal of police from Peel Region schools

    March 11, 2018 7:05 PM 11

    Toronto public schools terminated ‘school resource officers’ program last year. Advocates are urging Peel Region to follow the Toronto District School Board’s decision to remove police officers from its schools, citing what they call intimidation faced by Black students. Sixty officers, supervised by eight sergeants and four staff sergeants, are posted

  • Man dies in hospital after Etobicoke shooting

    March 11, 2018 12:52 PM 9

    Police said they were searching for a suspect described as a Black male, between 5’9” and 6’ tall, and wearing a black hoodie. A man in his 30s, found shot near Martin Grove and Albion Rds. early Saturday evening, has died of his wounds in hospital. Toronto police responded to the scene at around 6:10 p.m. Paramedics said the man was rushed to a trauma

  • Porter flight makes emergency landing in New Brunswick after electrical problems

    March 10, 2018 5:13 PM 9

    The Halifax-to-Montreal flight was diverted Fredericton International Airport after the crew reported electrical sparking. The airline says all 72 passengers and four crew members made it safely off the plane. FREDERICTON—Airline officials say no one was injured as a flight from Halifax to Montreal was forced to make an emergency landing in New Brunswick

  • Man arrested after woman shot near west-end convenience store

    March 10, 2018 3:11 PM 11

    The woman is recovering in hospital and a shotgun was recovered near Eglinton Ave. W. and Weston Rd. Toronto paramedics said the woman is in her 40s and had a single gunshot wound. One man has been arrested following a shooting near Eglinton Ave. W. and Weston Rd. on Friday afternoon. Toronto police Const. David Hopkinson said police received a call at 3:13 p.m. for a shooting

  • Bank of Canada hides video game on website

    March 9, 2018 10:14 PM 13

    Entering code allows access to “Inflation Busters”, which is similar to the classic arcade game “Space Invaders.” OTTAWA—The Bank of Canada has hidden an aptly named “Inflation Busters” video game on its website promoting the country’s new $10 bill. The game shares similarities with the classic arcade game “Space Invaders” and challenges players to blast

  • Toronto’s Union Station was target in foiled terror plot in 2016, Goodale confirms

    March 9, 2018 9:59 PM 12

    Public Safety Minister Ralph Goodale confirmed at an RCMP event in Regina on Friday that suspected terrorist Aaron Driver, who died in an altercation with RCMP in 2016, planned on attacking the transit hub. REGINA—Public Safety Minister Ralph Goodale says Toronto’s downtown Union Station was the target of a foiled terrorism plot in 2016. Goodale made the revelation

  • Montreal man ordered to stand trial on murder charge in newborn’s death

    March 9, 2018 4:21 PM 16

    Prosecutors and defence lawyers told reporters they differ on whether the fetus was legally considered a living being, but a judge ruled it would be up to a jury to decide. Prosecutors and defence lawyers told reporters Thursday they differ on whether the fetus was legally considered a living being, but a judge ruled it would be up to a jury to decide