When the tires on Gerald Renaud's car wore out well before their advertised mileage, the Prince Rupert, B.C., man thought it'd be no problem to cash in on the warranty that attracted him in the first place. After all, he thought, all the major tire manufacturers offer mileage warranties. And since, in his mind, he'd done everything right, he thought…
Dutch police have released the name and photo of a Turkish man sought in connection with Monday morning's shooting on a tram in Utrecht that has left three people dead and five wounded. "The police ask you to watch out for 37-year-old Gokman Tanis (born in Turkey) in connection with this morning's incident," a police statement said. Police posted…
Prime Minister Justin Trudeau's government will roll out a multi-year plan in the federal budget to give all Canadians access to high-speed internet by 2030, CBC News has learned. Finance Minister Bill Morneau will outline the specifics in the budget on Tuesday. But a government source said the plan will be paid for with new federal spending…
From the opening number, Body, by electronic duo Loud Luxury to the closing retro performance by Corey Hart, the 2019 Junos were a celebration of Canadian artists past and present — musicians currently climbing the charts and artists who helped lay the groundwork decades ago. While In My Blood singer Shawn Mendes performed via video from…
If Brexit is the equivalent of a 10-tonne weight falling on the British economy, why are so many British people laughing? Despite enormous optimism by the Leave campaign that everything will be wonderful after departing the European Union, every independent indicator and economic study shows the long and painful process of trying to get there has been…
A week after Ethiopian Airlines flight 302 crashed in a field, some families still can't fully accept what happened. The loss was so acute — shattering their world — and they still expect their loved ones will return. "There was always a thought behind in my mind that maybe they are not on the flight; there's always a bit of hope," said…
Attacks on two New Zealand mosques took the lives of 50 worshippers March 15, 2019, and left dozens more wounded when a man believed to be a white supremacist opened fire and live streamed the shootings. New Zealand Prime Minister Jacinda Ardern said the massacre during Friday prayers is "one of New Zealand's darkest days." Here are the stories of…
Hundreds of people have been evacuated following a fire inside terminal one at Toronto's Pearson International Airport, according to Peel police. Following the incident, all flights to the U.S. scheduled to depart from terminal one Sunday evening were cancelled, according to the Greater Toronto Airports Authority (GTAA).  Outbound international flights and inbound arrivals were suspended at the terminal,…
A team of researchers that has travelled to Sable Island for the past two years to find out what causes the horses to die is finding evidence of starvation in some of the feral animals as well as unusual levels of parasites. Not many people would be grinning ear to ear as they gaze down…
Paul Njoroge gently tucked five long-stemmed white roses in a mound of flowers near the crash site, one for each of his family lost in the Ethiopian Airlines crash last Sunday. "Everyone's telling me to be strong," he said quietly, painfully eking out the words. "I can't be. How can I be strong? How can I…
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