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China has formally arrested two Canadian citizens it is believed to be holding to pressure Canada into releasing a Chinese telecoms executive, bringing the two men closer to trial on vaguely defined state security charges.

Chinese foreign ministry spokesman Lu Kang said Thursday that Michael Kovrig and Michael Spavor have been arrested for allegedly stealing state secrets.

"We always act in accordance with the law, and we hope that Canada will not make irresponsible remarks on China's legal construction and judicial handling," Lu said at a regularly scheduled news conference.

 
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Canada will introduce a “digital charter” to combat fake news and hate online, Prime Minster Justin Trudeau announced Thursday.

Speaking at the Viva Technology conference in Paris, Trudeau said social media platforms could face fines if the companies don’t police misinformation and extremism.

“The platforms are failing their users and they’re failing our citizens,” he said. “They have to step up in a major way to counter disinformation.”

 
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A Las Vegas woman is facing a murder charge after allegedly pushing a senior citizen off a bus. The incident was caught on security video and the man died several weeks later.

According to Las Vegas police, on March 21, the suspect had been arguing with several people on the bus before the bus came to a stop. Once the vehicle stopped moving, the suspect and the victim got into a verbal argument.

As the victim tried to get off the bus, the suspect allegedly shoved the man out of the bus and onto the ground.

Upon arrival, police said the victim refused any medical attention. Later that night, he drove himself to the hospital due to his injuries. The victim’s family later told police he had died on April 23.

Last Monday, police arrested Cadesha Bishop, 25, on a murder charge.

She’s currently being held at a Clark County Detention Center.

 
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A Saskatchewan farmer is leading a class action lawsuit alleging that the widely-used herbicide Roundup caused him to develop cancer, teeing up a legal fight with one of the largest pharmaceutical companies in the world.

The farmer, identified in a statement of claim as 62-year-old Gary Gadd from Moose Jaw, regularly sprayed the weed killer on his farm and others, according to his lawyer, Tony Merchant.

“He was a heavy user for a couple of decades,” Merchant told CTVNews.ca. He said his client received training “a couple times” on how to safely handle herbicides. “And he has said to me, nobody was told to pay any attention to the fumes.”

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Her owners say Grumpy Cat, whose sourpuss demeanour became an internet sensation, has died at age 7.

Posting on social media Friday, Grumpy Cat's owners wrote that she experienced complications from a urinary tract infection and "passed away peacefully" Tuesday "in the arms of her mommy."

Her owners said "Grumpy Cat has helped millions of people smile all around the world -- even when times were tough."

RIP Grumpy Cat

 
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Members of Montreal’s Nigerian community are calling for a public inquiry into the death of a five-year-old boy last month who was in the care of foster services.

Four weeks ago, the five-year-old boy and his 10-year-old brother left their foster care home and went into a neighbour’s backyard in the city’s Pierrefonds borough. The younger boy fell into the neighbour’s pool and his older brother jumped in after him to try to rescue him.

The five-year-old boy died and his brother was transported to hospital where he remained in a coma for several weeks.

RIP Little One

 
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Three people have been arrested in connection with the death of a pregnant Chicago woman, who was strangled before her baby was cut from her womb.

Chicago police took the three into custody shortly before the body of Marlen Ochoa-Lopez was discovered behind a home on the city's Southwest Side.

Ochoa-Lopez was nine months pregnant when she disappeared April 23. Police and family say she had gone to a home in response to a Facebook offer of free baby clothes.

Authorities say that the same day Ochoa-Lopez vanished, a 46-year-old woman called 911 about a baby in distress. The baby wasn't expected to survive.


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A mother plotted for months to acquire a newborn before she and her daughter strangled a pregnant Chicago woman and cut her baby from her womb using a butcher's knife, prosecutors said Friday as they revealed gruesome new details about the case.

Marlen Ochoa-Lopez, 19, was lured to the home where Clarisa Figueroa lived with her daughter, Desiree, by Facebook postings offering free baby clothes. When she arrived, the daughter showed her a photo album of her late brother to distract her as her mother started trying to strangle her with a chord, prosecutor Jim Murphy said.

When Ochoa-Lopez managed to get her fingers under the cord, Clarisa Figueroa yelled at her 24-year-old daughter -- "You're not doing your f---ing job!" The daughter then pried Ochoa-Lopez's fingers from the cord "one by one" while her mother continued to strangle the teen for another five minutes, Murphy said.

 
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The vote count in Australia's general election on Saturday was proving closer than opinion polls had predicted, with the ruling conservative coalition appearing more likely to form a government than the favoured centre-left opposition party.

The Liberal Party-led coalition seemed on track to win at least 73 seats and the opposition Labor Party at least 65 seats in the 151-seat House of Representatives, where parties need a majority to form a government.

The tight race raised the prospect of the coalition forming a minority government. The conservatives became a rare minority government after they dumped Malcolm Turnbull as prime minister for Scott Morrison, the current prime minister, in an internal power struggle last August. The government then lost two seats and its single-seat majority as part of the blood-letting that followed.

 
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New research confirms there is a rising tide of adults under the age of 50 developing cancers of the colon and rectum in seven countries, including Canada.

Researchers with the World Health Organization examined the rates of colorectal cancers among 143 million people in seven high-income countries (Australia, Canada, Denmark, Norway, New Zealand, Ireland, and the U.K.) and found the presence of the diseases has declined overall in the past 10 years, but has increased dramatically among those under the age of 50.

Colorectal cancer refers to both colon and rectal cancer. It is the third-most comming cancer in the world, with 1.8 million new cases reported worldwide in 2018.

 
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Chief of Defence Staff General Jonathan Vance says the decision to suspend Vice-Admiral Mark Norman was his alone, made without any influence from Prime Minister Justin Trudeau.

Vance made the comments Friday, after telling reporters in Kingston, Ont. that, while he regrets what happened to Norman, he would not answer any questions about the case at this time.

But before departing, he offered a brief remark.

"The prime minister did not pressure me to suspend him, ok? My decision, my decision alone because of the code of service discipline in the Queen's regulations and orders. Not the prime minister, not the minister, me. I own it."

 
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Canada and the United States have reached an agreement to lift steel and aluminum tariffs, a year after they were first imposed, reviving momentum for the renegotiated USMCA deal to be ratified.

"These continued tariffs on steel and aluminum, and our countermeasures, represented significant barriers to moving forward with the new NAFTA agreement. Now that we’ve had a full lift on these tariffs we are going to work with the United States on timing for ratification," said Prime Minister Justin Trudeau during a hastily-called media availability at the Stelco steel plant in Hamilton, Ont. on Thursday.

 
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A company has offered to rehire a New Hampshire school cafeteria worker whom it fired for giving a student lunch for free, but she isn't interested.

Bonnie Kimball said she was terminated March 28 by Fresh Picks, a vendor that supplies food to the Mascoma Valley Regional High School in Canaan. It came a day after she gave lunch to a student, even though he couldn't pay for it.

Kimball says that when the student's account showed no funds, she quietly told him "tell (your) mom you need money," and provided a lunch. She said a manager just asked what was on the boy's plate and walked away. The next morning the student's bill was paid.

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"In a stunningly bold decision, the agency opted to reward Labor punters two days ahead of the votes even being counted."

"In a release from Sportsbet on Thursday, they detailed the reasoning behind the enormous payout.

“Sportsbet punters have declared Saturday’s Federal Election run and won, backing Labor into ... odds of $1.16 with 70% of all money wagered on the election going on Bill Shorten’s team,” the release said.

“Our punters have spoken through their bets! 7 out of every 10 bets on the election are on Labor. They’re supremely confident we will be paying out"

"[an] anonymous ... punter was so confident Bill Shorten would end up on top he parted with $1 million on Labor winning."



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"Well, who saw that coming? Perhaps only those who remembered the lessons of Donald Trump.

Early in the night all the exit polls seemed to indicate a thumping Labor win, by at least 10 seats. There were perhaps one or two champagne corks popping here and there among ALP folk.

But those who remembered the 2016 US presidential election urged caution. For, hang on, wasn’t this also exactly the way it was with Trump’s election in 2016?

Didn’t the exit polls there also favour Hillary Clinton at this time of the night only for the actual election results to go the other way and ... ?"

"The explanation? The best guess, surely, is some Trumpian dynamic whereby, in the privacy of the ballot box, enough people were voting in a way that they weren’t saying publicly before the poll, that the results were skewed away from all expectations."


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^^ "analyst who managed to accurately predict the Liberal win was data scientist Professor Bela Stantic, who did away with traditional polling methods and turned to social media monitoring to test the temperature of Australian voters.

Professor Stantic from Griffith University has previously made accurate predictions before Brexit and the election of US President Donald Trump." ()

"He made headlines when he predicted Donald Trump would become the next US president."

"Prof Stantic analyses social media data and sentiment to form his predictions, accurately tipping who would win 49 of the 50 states in the US election.

Crunching the numbers at the Gold Coast university’s Big Data and Smart Analytics lab, Prof Stantic has thrown millions of tweets through his programs to find out what people have been thinking about and feeling this election.

The lab also predicted the Coalition’s win in the 2016 election and gave a clear indication “Brexit” would prevail" ()

 
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A female adult Southern resident killer whale and her three-and-a-half-year-old calf are rapidly declining in health in what appears to be a troubling situation for the creatures.

Scientists from the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration in the United States recently released photos taken by a drone that show the adult known as J17 had deteriorated in health since she was assessed last fall.

Her daughter, J53, has also declined in condition, said an update on the administration's website.

 
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Letters to Scotland sent by a woman from the small settlement of Victoria around 1850 gave Dianne Hinkley more insight into why the bones of her ancestors may be spread around the world.

One of the letters says that "skulls were all the rage" in the new community, Hinkley said.

"It was all the fashion that you had to have a skull on your mantel piece," Hinkley recalls the letter saying.

The woman's letter said she found the remains on rock piles that were all over the place and that she "would try to get them a couple of skulls, so they can have them in their house for fashion as well," Hinkley said.

Those rock piles were actually burial cairns and the pilfering is one of the many reasons why Hinkley has found Cowichan artifacts and remains from Russia to the United Kingdom and from Israel to South Africa.

That search has been helped with a repatriation grant from the Royal B.C. Museum, which recently changed its policies to no longer collect or study ancestral remains.

The museum has also announced that anything it acquired from Indigenous Peoples during the anti-potlatch years, from 1885 to 1951, will be considered eligible for repatriation because it was obtained at a time of duress.

 
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A roadside bomb hit a tourist bus on Sunday near the Giza Pyramids, wounding at least 17 people including tourists, Egyptian officials said.

The officials said the bus was travelling on a road close to the under-construction Grand Egyptian Museum, which is located adjacent to the Giza Pyramids but is not yet open to tourists.

The bus was carrying at least 25 people mostly from South Africa, officials added.

 
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Eagle-eyed Game of Thrones viewers spotted another modern beverage container in the fantasy drama during Sunday’s series finale.

A plastic water bottle was seen sitting behind the leg of English actor John Bradley’s character Samwell Tarly.

“A water bottle in King’s Landing!” wrote a viewer on Twitter who posted a short clip of the scene.

 
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A grassroots group in Halifax is demanding that 20 per cent of construction jobs and contracts related to a major redevelopment project be set aside for African Nova Scotians.

Halifax is planning to redevelop the Cogswell Interchange area into a mixed-use community with parks, bike lanes, shops and a transit hub. Initial estimates put the cost of the project at $65 million.

The group 902 Man Up, which provides mentoring for black youths, says one-fifth of the construction contracts must go to construction companies owned by African Nova Scotians, one-fifth of all construction jobs must go to African Nova Scotian workers, and one-fifth of businesses located in the development area must be owned by African Nova Scotians.

 
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Consumer interest in natural, organic personal care products has led to a surge in recipes for homemade sunscreen found on social media sites like Pinterest, but researchers warn these herbal alternatives fail to protect skin from UV rays.

A recent study examining the growing popularity of homemade sunscreen recipes on Pinterest found that 95 per cent of those posts described the alleged effectiveness of do-it-yourself sunscreens.

More alarmingly, researchers say, 68 per cent of those posts recommended recipes for homemade sunscreens that offered insufficient UV radiation protection.

 
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For four decades, Beijing has cajoled or pressured foreign companies to hand over technology. And its trading partners say if that didn't work, China stole what it wanted.

Communist leaders deflected demands for change until foreign frustration erupted into a showdown with U.S. President Donald Trump. He sent shockwaves through their export industries by slapping punitive tariffs of up to 25% on Chinese goods.

Europe, Japan and other trading partners object to Trump's tactics but echo American complaints. They say Beijing's tactics violate its market-opening commitments under the World Trade Organization.

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Google said Monday its basic services on Huawei smartphones still will function following U.S. sales curbs, but the Chinese tech giant faces the possible loss of other features and support.

The announcement highlighted the growing damage to Huawei from Washington's order. The company has said until now U.S. accusations it is a security threat have had little impact on sales outside the United States.

Huawei Technologies Ltd., which uses Google's Android operating system in its smartphones, said it would continue to provide security updates and service. It gave no indication which map, photo or other services they might lose.

 
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A billionaire technology investor stunned the entire graduating class at Morehouse College when he announced at their commencement Sunday that he would pay off their student loans ---- estimated at up to US$40 million.

Robert F. Smith, this year's commencement speaker, made the announcement while addressing nearly 400 graduating seniors of the all-male historically black college in Atlanta. Smith, who is black, is the Founder and CEO of Vista Equity Partners, a private equity firm that invests in software, data, and technology-driven companies.

"On behalf of the eight generations of my family that have been in this country, we're gonna put a little fuel in your bus," the investor and philanthropist told graduates in his morning address. "This is my class, 2019. And my family is making a grant to eliminate their student loans."

 
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Instagram on Monday was trying to figure out how private contact information for millions of influential users of the service was amassed in an unguarded online database.

The online cache of data discovered by a security researcher was first written about by news site TechCrunch, which reported that it was traced back to Mumbai-based social media marketing firm Chtrbox.

"We're looking into the issue to understand if the data described -- including email and phone numbers -- was from Instagram or from other sources," Instagram said in an email reply to an AFP inquiry.

 
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Doctors in Canada are being warned about the emergence of an extremely contagious pathogen described as a “fungal superbug” that is resistant to most medications and can be deadly for patients who are already sick.

First identified in Japan 10 years ago, the fungus Candida auris or C. auris is now present in 17 countries, including Canada. It’s being called a public health threat because it’s easily spread through skin contact, it’s difficult to identify, it’s resistant to most antifungal drugs, it’s hard to kill, and it’s particularly lethal for patients who are already ill.

“Five years ago, nobody cared about it because we just thought it was kind of ordinary and we had a bunch of drugs and they were OK, and to be faced with a serious resistance problem in Canada is, I think, completely unexpected,” Dr. Allison McGeer, the medical director of infection control at Sinai Health System, told CTV News.


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I wrote this a few months ago:
And now this just happened:

Holy shit - he is in some serious trouble! Oh well - he sure was entertaining for a little while, but now that will soon be over.

 
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[scratches head]... Given the fact that it is all too common for patients to stop taking their medicines once they feel better, rather than completing an entire course of treatment, this was inevitable, and should not come as a surprise to anyone.
 
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Scientists have unearthed fossilized fungi dating back up to one billion years, in a discovery that could reshape our understanding of how life on land evolved, research showed Wednesday.

For decades, the earliest known fungi -- organisms such as mushrooms, mould and yeast -- was thought to have appeared on earth around half a billion years ago.

But recent fossil specimens unearthed in Canada and analysed using the latest dating technology appear to push back fungi's arrival to the earliest reaches of life on land.

 
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Canada's clean-energy sector is growing faster than the economy as a whole and is rivalling some of the more well known industries for jobs, a new report shows.

Clean Energy Canada, a think-tank at Simon Fraser University in British Columbia, is releasing a study today it commissioned to try to paint the first real picture of an industry it feels nobody knows much about but that is critically important to the future both in terms of climate change and the economy.

"Other countries actually keep this data and Canada doesn't," said executive director Merran Smith.

People talk about the clean-technology sector often but clean energy encompasses more than high-tech firms making hydrogen fuel cells and electric cars, said Smith.

She said clean energy includes everything from the production and transmission of renewable electricity to transit workers and construction workers making buildings more energy-efficient. So a hydroelectric-dam operator, a bus driver, and the person who installs a high efficiency furnace would all be included in Clean Energy Canada's job count.

 
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Prime Minister Justin Trudeau is to visit a Saskatchewan First Nation today to exonerate a chief unjustly convicted of treason more than 130 years ago.

Trudeau is to vindicate Chief Poundmaker during a ceremony at the reserve that bears his name -- Poundmaker Cree Nation -- about 200 kilometres northwest of Saskatoon.

Members of the First Nation describe Poundmaker as an important political leader who spoke out against Treaty 6 and stood up for his people at the time of the 1885 Northwest Rebellion.

 
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Canada and the United States have announced a new agreement that would allow them to continue trading pigs and pork products in the event African swine fever is detected in either country.

In a joint statement, the chief veterinary officers of both countries said the Canadian Food Inspection Agency (CFIA) and the United States Department of Agriculture (USDA) have agreed to allow the safe trade of live swine, swine semen, pet food, animal by-products, and meat to continue if there’s an outbreak.

African swine fever (ASF) is a highly contagious viral disease responsible for killing millions of domestic pigs and wild boars in Africa, Asia, and parts of Europe. There is no treatment or vaccine for it.

 
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A Canadian teacher has been fired from an unlicensed daycare centre in Japan after a co-worker recently shared videos online he secretly captured with a pen camera that appeared to show the man hitting and roughly handling young children.

Darrell Norris, the American man who made the video recordings, which have been widely published by Japanese national media, said he worked with the Canadian teacher at the Little GEMS International School in the city of Kitakyushu on Japan’s Kyushu Island from March 20, 2018 to March 20, 2019. He said they were there to teach English to pre-school aged children, but the facility also operated as a daycare centre.

Norris said the teacher, whose first name is listed as Jason on a biography that was formerly accessible on the school’s website, but was still visible on cached webpages, had been instructing at the school for at least five years before they started working together.

 
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The federal government is taking the relatively rare step of revoking Canadian citizenship from a Chinese man because he allegedly got it through a bogus marriage.

The government is asking the Federal Court of Canada for a declaration that Yan Yang He fraudulently secured citizenship nine years ago.

A statement of claim filed by the citizenship minister accuses He of concealing that he entered into a marriage of convenience with his former spouse, Lisa Marie Mills, in 2004 after coming to Canada as a student. As a result, the statement says, the man was granted permanent-resident status in 2006 by way of spousal sponsorship, opening the door to Canadian citizenship four years later.

 
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Controversial Canadian waterpark Marineland has announced the death of one of its walruses, days after “demonstrators” were blamed for causing a stampede that led to the deaths of two deer.

The tourist attraction in Niagara Falls, Ont. announced Apollo’s death on Tuesday, confirming the 18-year-old animal died of a heart attack in late April.

"Even with the immediate intervention of multiple medical marine mammal experts, we are sad to report that Apollo passed away," a Marineworld release said.

The park claims two men deliberately started a deer stampede Saturday, resulting in the deaths of two of the animals.

“These individuals laughed in the face of staff as they tried to get them to stop,” a Marineland statement said.

RIP Apollo and the 2 deers

 
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A baby boy who was cut out of his mother after she died opened his eyes for the first time, offering a glimmer of hope for his devastated family.

The photo, which was taken last Sunday, shows the infant hooked up to tubes being cradled in the arms of his father, Yovany Lopez.

Fight on, Little One!

 
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A wanted man who agreed to hand himself in to police if he got 15,000 Facebook likes is still on the run.

Torrington Police Department in Connecticut has seven warrants outstanding for the arrest of Jose Simms, 29, over “failure to appear” charges.

The department posted two mugshots on Facebook early Wednesday morning, including another unrelated wanted suspect, 36-year-old Kristopher Waananen.

 
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The country's highest court has ruled an Ontario truck driver should be retried for manslaughter, but not murder, in the case of an Indigenous woman who bled to death in an Edmonton motel after he hired her for sex.

In a 4-3 decision Friday, the Supreme Court said evidence about Cindy Gladue's sexual history was mishandled in a 2015 trial that ended in Bradley Barton's acquittal on a first-degree murder charge.

"Our criminal justice system holds out a promise to all Canadians: everyone is equally entitled to the law's full protection and to be treated with dignity, humanity and respect," wrote Justice Michael Moldaver. "Ms. Gladue is no exception.

"She was a mother, a daughter, a friend, and a member of her community. Her life mattered. She was valued. She was important. She was loved. Her status as an Indigenous woman who performed sex work did not change any of that in the slightest."

Barton had told a jury that he hired Gladue for two nights of sex in 2011 and claimed the fatal injury to her vagina was an accident during rough but consensual activity.

The Crown argued that Barton intentionally wounded Gladue and was guilty of first-degree murder or, at least, manslaughter, because the 36-year-old Metis woman had not consented to what happened.

The jury, which repeatedly heard references to Gladue as a "prostitute" and a "native," found Barton not guilty on either charge.

When the Crown appealed, the Alberta Court of Appeal set aside the acquittal and ordered a new first-degree murder trial.

 
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Canada’s defence chief has issued an apology, after a monument to soldiers killed in Afghanistan was dedicated without the families of the fallen present, and locked away inside the National Defence Headquarters.

Chief of the Defence Staff Jonathan Vance addressed the growing controversy over the Afghanistan Memorial Hall with a written statement on Friday, saying that the “best of intentions have led to unintended harm.”

“We owe the family and friends of our Fallen, all who served in Afghanistan, and Canadians an apology for not properly including you and not properly communicating with you,” Vance said. “I am truly sorry for our insensitivity and the pain, anger and frustration that this decision caused you,” he added. “I accept full responsibility for it all.”

 
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A 13-year-old-girl was charged Friday in connection with two recent assaults in Saskatoon, but police say that many of the other children caught on camera in the playground beating aren’t old enough for charges.

The teenager, who cannot be named under the Youth Criminal Justice Act, appeared in court to face two counts of assault. She has since been released from custody.

The first incident happened on the evening of May 13, when a 10-year-old girl and a 14-year-old girl reported being assaulted by a group of young people.

The second alleged assault occurred on May 20, when Bonnie Halcrow, 33, was swarmed by a group of at least four people, in an incident that was captured on video by a bystander.

The video shows multiple children kicking and hitting Halcrow, who falls to the ground.

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While most Canadians firmly back the Charter of Rights and Freedoms and strongly support the idea of diversity, a new poll suggests a third of Canadians would ban their elected officials from wearing religious symbols.

A majority of Quebecers canvassed in the survey agreed that federal, provincial and local politicians shouldn't be allowed to wear hijabs, crucifixes or turbans on the job.

Nationally, 49 per cent of respondents said they would not favour such a ban, but 37 per cent said they would support it.

 
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Prime Minister Justin Trudeau and U.S. Vice-President Mike Pence are expected to discuss the ratification process for the new North American trade agreement when they meet today in Ottawa.

But Trudeau says he also wants to talk about what he calls the backsliding of women's rights in the U.S. with Pence, who is a well-known opponent of abortion.

Some states have recently passed anti-abortion laws, attempting to force the U.S. Supreme Court to reconsider its decision in the landmark 1973 Roe vs. Wade case that provides constitutional protection for a woman's right to choose.

Trudeau says he is concerned about how women's rights have been affected by conservative movements in Canada, in the U.S. and around the world.

He says he will have a broad conversation with the vice-president.

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A committee of senators has approved changes to a bill that aims to end solitary confinement in Canadian prisons -- including one key change that would place a 48-hour maximum on the time an inmate can be kept in isolation.

A number of human-rights organizations have raised concerns about the Liberals' Bill C-83, saying it offers only a cosmetic rebranding of solitary confinement with no hard time limits on isolation or separation of inmates. The current law has such restrictions.

Sen. Kim Pate, who has called for the bill to be scrapped entirely, successfully sponsored several amendments at a Senate committee earlier this week, including adding a 48-hour time limit for anyone placed in a "structured intervention unit."

 
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A mass die-off of tufted puffins in the Bering Sea is being linked to climate change and dwindling food supply, and researchers say their findings could be bad news for seabirds.

Researchers found more than 350 “severely emaciated” tufted puffin carcasses during a four-month span between 2016 and 2017. But they estimate that up to 8,800 birds died, according to a report published Wednesday in the journal Plos One.

Tufted puffins, also known as crested puffins, are one of three puffin species. They live in the North Pacific between Alaska and Russia and are known for their yellow tufts and bright red bills.

 
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Posted - May 31 2019 : 8:53AM

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South Korea said Friday that it is scrambling to prevent the spread of the highly contagious African swine fever on its pig industry after North Korea confirmed an outbreak at a farm near its border with China.

South Korea's agriculture ministry said North Korea reported to the World Organization for Animal Health that 77 of the 99 pigs at a farm in Jagang province died of the disease and another 22 pigs were culled.

The outbreak in North Korea comes after the disease in past months ravaged farms in China, where more than a million pigs have been reportedly culled, and also spread to Vietnam, Cambodia and Mongolia.

 
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Posted - May 31 2019 : 9:00AM

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Hungarian police have detained the captain of a cruise ship that collided with a sightseeing boat packed with South Korean tourists, causing it to sink quickly in the Danube River, as loved ones of the missing and dead were expected to arrive Friday in Budapest.

Seven people are confirmed dead and seven have been rescued, while 21 people remain missing in the waters.

A South Korean group on a package tour of Europe -- including 30 tourists, two guides and a photographer-- were on an hour-long sightseeing tour of Budapest when their boat collided with a Viking cruise ship during a downpour Wednesday evening.

 
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The redevelopment of a Calgary park has unearthed evidence of First Nations communities dating back some 3,000 years.

Fire-cracked rock, bones and possible tipi rings were found during the excavation of Jack Long Park in the city’s historic east end. Archeologists also uncovered evidence of daily life of early settlers, including ceramic pieces, tin glass, and a hand forged nail.

“We were doing the deep utility connection, for water and sanitary lines, and doing the excavation here. We ran into courses of material—ash, tin, little pieces of glass, and so that triggered an investigation,” Daniel England, a landscape architect with the city, told CTV News Calgary.

 
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China warned Canada on Friday that it needs to be aware of the consequences of aiding the U.S. in a case involving the Chinese tech giant Huawei that is believed to have sparked the detentions of two Canadians in China.

Foreign ministry spokesman Geng Shuang's comments Friday came after U.S. Vice-President Mike Pence and Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau called for the release of Michael Kovrig and Michael Spavor.

Both were arrested on Dec. 10 after Canada detained a Huawei executive wanted by the United States on fraud charges. While China has denied they were taken in retaliation, it has repeatedly implied that there is a strong connection between the cases.

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