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May 18, 2018 3:32 AM Humboldt Broncos honoured at opening ceremony for Memorial Cup

Music performance, photo tributes and thanks to first responders part of the show Musician Jack Semple strummed along on his guitar to a rendition of "Hallelujah" as the Humboldt Broncos were honoured at the opening ceremony of the Memorial Cup on Thursday night. As Semple performed on stage, images of the Broncos were shown on the video board behind 15

May 17, 2018 6:40 PM First transgender person to be given key to the city in Toronto a ‘role model and inspiration’

Tory told an audience that Gapka helped educate him personally, as well as the city and beyond, on the struggles and needs of people whose gender identity does not match the body with which they were born. He called Gapka, who has lobbied politicians at all levels for funding of gender reassignment surgery, protections in the Canadian Human Rights Act and more, a “mentor 10

May 17, 2018 3:38 PM Seniors in long-term care facilities twice as likely to be on opioids: report

Almost 40 per cent of long-term care residents in five provinces were prescribed opioids Seniors in long-term care facilities appeared to be twice as likely to be prescribed opioids compared to other people their age and three times as likely to be on antidepressants, according to 2016 data in a new report by the Canadian Institute for Health Information 10

May 17, 2018 12:34 PM Patrick Brown writing a tell-all book about his ‘political assassination’

Brown, who resigned early on Jan. 25 hours after CTV News broadcast a story alleging sexual impropriety with two women, is writing a tell-all book about his “political assassination.” “We were making great strides towards a more inclusive, modern, business-savvy Ontario. Yes, it appeared I would be premier of Canada’s largest province by age 40,” Brown 10

May 17, 2018 4:18 AM Canada bans Venezuela expat voters from casting ballots

Canada considers Sunday's election illegitimate Venezuela says Canada is blocking its citizens living there from voting in the South American nation's weekend presidential election. Foreign Minister Jorge Arreaza on Wednesday called Canada's decision hostile and urged the government to reconsider. President Nicolas Maduro seeks a second term in Sunday's 18

May 15, 2018 2:59 PM Supreme Court orders new trial for Alberta parents convicted in meningitis death of toddler

7-judge panel agrees that the trial judge erred in instructions to jury Seven Supreme Court of Canada judges have agreed with the legal team of a former Alberta couple, Collet and David Stephan, that the original trial judge erred in instructions to the 2016 jury, who convicted the couple in the death of their toddler son. The decision was delivered 33

May 13, 2018 10:18 PM 113-year-old Ohio woman now the oldest person in the U.S

CLEVELAND—A 113-year-old woman living in suburban Cleveland is believed to be the oldest person in the United States after the death of a 114-year-old Pennsylvania woman. reports the 88-year-old daughter of Lessie Brown says her mother remarked, “that’s good” when told Friday she had become the country’s oldest person. Brown was born in 1904 in Atlanta 10

May 10, 2018 11:36 PM Delphine Gibson, oldest person in the U.S., dies at 114

Gibson, who had been living at a Huntingdon nursing home since 2004, when she was 100, attributed her long life to good food, her faith in God and her church. She took no medication except for a single vitamin a day, Glover said. “She has an amazing spirit,” Glover said. “She always singing to us or sharing the gospel. She is a treasure to the nation 9

May 2, 2018 12:58 PM Netanyahu accuses Fatah's Abbas of anti-Semitism over recent speech

Abbas, in a speech to Palestinians, said that historically Jewish hatred had to with 'usury and banks' Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu accused Mahmoud Abbas of anti-Semitism and Holocaust denial on Wednesday after the Palestinian leader suggested in a speech that historic persecution of European Jews had been caused by their conduct 25

May 1, 2018 8:26 PM A city-owned tree could cost them $10,000 in plumbing repairs. They say the city told them ‘it’s not our problem’

A plumber told Nick Arniotis it could cost $10,000 to repair damage to his mother’s Glen Park bungalow after tree roots invaded a sewer pipe on her property. Did an already cracked pipe simply attract the attention of a thirsty plant, or did the roots of a city-owned tree penetrate and damage a healthy drainage system in a Glen Park home? It’s a question 19