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  • FAINT HOPE?
    Legal experts say a sentencing provision that can keep killers in prison for the rest of their lives is likely to make its way to the Supreme Court of Canada.
    The federal government enacted legislation in 2011 that allows a judge to order a multiple murderer to serve consecutive periods of parole ineligibility for each offence....

  • HIGH note
    It turns out the Winnipeg Jets had good reason to believe if they put forth a similar effort to the one the night before they would come away with a different result.
    Whatever natural frustration the Jets were feeling after outshooting, outplaying but not outscoring the...

  • #METOO HAS FAILED TO ROCK CANUCK INDUSTRIES
    Harvey Weinstein. Matt Lauer. Kevin Spacey. Charlie Rose. Russell Simmons. Louis C.K. Brett Ratner. Roy Moore.
    The list of alleged sexual predators and harassers outed and toppled by the #MeToo movement continues to grow by the day. The purge has been a long time coming...

  • Scandal NFL boss to sell
    Less than 12 hours after a report was published containing specific, upsetting allegations against Jerry Richardson, the Panthers owner announced he is putting the team up for sale.
    Richardson, the principal owner of the Carolina team since its inception in 1995, said he will be putting the team on the market as soon as this season concludes....

  • Unexplained abortion haunts decades later
    A woman says the unexplained termination of her pregnancy at age 15 contributed to her sterility.
    Morningstar Mercredi said that since learning about Indigenous women who were coerced into having tubal ligations in Saskatoon, she sees her own partial sterilization in her youth as part of a systemic negligence toward her as an Indigenous woman....

  • ▶RUSSIAN GRATITUDE:
    Putin thanks Trump for intelligence that foiled terror plot. MOSCOW — Russian President Vladimir Putin on Sunday phoned President Trump to thank him for a tip from the CIA that thwarted a terrorist attack being planned in St. Petersburg.
    The unusual call —...

  • Six pages of Eagles coverage in Sports,
    EAST RUTHERFORD, N.J. — Once the Eagles clinched a firstround bye on Sunday afternoon, coach Doug Pederson shifted the focus away from the accomplishment and onto what it would take to be successful once they get there.
    Pederson gathered his team after a suspenseful...

  • Toronto homicide detectives take over case after Honey and Barry Sherman found dead //
    Toronto Police have released the cause of death of billionaire Barry Sherman and his wife Honey, but remain tightlipped about the circumstances.
    Police issued a brief statement on Sunday saying the couple, whose bodies were found on Friday, both died from “ligature neck compression,” but the department refused to comment further....

  • Two local men among four crash victims
    The names of the four Hydro One employees who were killed in a helicopter crash near Tweed on Thursday have been released, and two of them are from the Kingston area.
    Hydro One identified the men as 39-year-old James Barager, 27-year-old Kyle Shorrock, and Jeff Howes and Darcy Jansen, both 26. Shorrock is from Inverary and Howes is from Bath....

  • The wildfires are prompting hard questions about how – or if – to rebuild communities that have been levelled
    Living in the lush mountainous terrain, Tamsin McMahon writes, inevitably means being at the mercy of Mother Nature
    Living in the rugged hills of Southern California, Theresa Bulla-Richards has seen her share of wildfires. But after the power went out, as she...

  • A PAKISTANI MAN MOURNS THE DEATH OF A RELATIVE IN HOSPITAL FOLLOWING AN ATTACK BY SUICIDE BOMBERS ON A METHODIST CHURCH IN QUETTA ON SUNDAY.
    • Two s uicide bombers struck a church in Pakistan on Sunday, killing at least nine people and wounding more than 50 others, authorities said, in the first attack on a church claimed by the country’s ISIL affiliate.
    Hundreds of worshippers were attending services ahead of Christmas when the bombers appeared in the city of Quetta and clashed with security forces...

  • MUELLER OBTAINS TROVE OF EMAILS
    WASHINGTON• Special counsel Robert Mueller’s investigation into Russian contacts with President Donald Trump’s campaign has gained access to thousands of emails sent and received by Trump officials before the start of his administration, according to several people familiar with Trump’s transition organization....

  • STRICTLY WINNER JOE: I NEED A NEW JOB
    STRICTLY Come Dancing winner Joe McFadden now has his sights set on a starring role in the West End.
    The actor became the oldest winner in the show’s history when he lifted the now famous glitterball trophy at the age of 42 on Saturday night.
    Earlier this month his Holby City character Raf di Lucca was dramatically killed off, leaving him out of work and wondering what was next....

  • British diplomat is found ‘raped and strangled’
    A BRITISH diplomat may have been raped before being strangled to death and dumped by the roadside in Lebanon, it emerged last night.
    Rebecca Dykes, who worked at the British embassy in Beirut, was believed to have been abducted after leaving a bar on her own on Friday night....

  • Mthatha revellers run amok after music concert flops
    ANGRY revellers attending a music concert in Mthatha on Saturday night took their frustration out on the event equipment, causing thousands of rands worth of damage when none of the headlined acts showed up.
    Tickets to the 3rd annual Camouflage Camo Night,...

  • ANC battle: Who will win top post?
    WHOEVER is announced as the new president of the ANC today, one thing is for sure, the incumbent and their new leadership team will have a herculean task ahead of them.
    Much has been written about the problems the venerable organisation faces.
    Almost every...

  • KIM’S AUSSIE ‘MISSILE MAN’
    A KOREAN-born man living in Australia has been accused of brokering sales and discussing the supply of weapons of mass destruction on behalf of North Korea. Chan Han Choi, the first person to be charged under the Weapons of Mass Destruction Act, has been formally refused bail by Parramatta Bail Court...

  • UNSC could reject US decision on Jerusalem
    The United Nations Security Council is considering a draft resolution affirming that any change to the status of Jerusalem has no legal effect and must be reversed, in response to the United States decision to recognize the city as Israel’s capital.
    Egypt circulated the draft text on Saturday, and diplomats said the council could vote on the proposed measure as early as Monday....

  • Dan Balz | The Take: GOP bets on its tax bill as midterms near.
    The tax bill now ready for final passage represents a big bet on the part of congressional Republicans. Facing an energized Democratic base and saddled with an unpopular president, GOP lawmakers hope that completion of the tax bill will help shield them from sizable losses in next year’s elections. Are they fooling themselves?...

  • Outnumbered, defeated ... where next for the hardline Brexiters?
    At 6pm last Wednesday, the Tory MP for Eddisbury, Cheshire, Antoinette Sandbach, rose to her feet in the Commons and called on her Labour counterpart Chuka Umunna, who was progressing serenely through a speech, to offer her some badly needed support. “Does...