North America Newswire (Page 2)

North America Newswire (Page 2)

Comprehensive Real-Time News Feed for North America. (Page 2)

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  1. The Temperance Movement, reaching their potentialRead the original story

    4 hrs ago | The Guardian

    The Temperance Movement's second full-length record, White Bear, shows the U.K. foursome have some serious legs under them. A number of great acts have come across the Atlantic the past couple of years but, I confess, I can't name one that has made a bigger impression on me than The Temperance Movement, a four-piece band out of Glasgow fronted by vocalist Phil Campbell.


  2. From Charlottetown to Ottawa, Anne & Gilbert rises to the topRead the original story w/Photo

    4 hrs ago | The Guardian

    Celia Koughan, left, Brieonna Locche and Paula-Jean Prudat perform the song, Mr. Blythe during "Anne & Gilbert - The Musical" at the National Arts Centre in Ottawa. Adapted by Jeff Hochhauser, Nancy White and Bob Johnston, the musical returns to The Guild in Charlottetown on May 31. Anne and Gilbert appear in a scene from "Anne & Gilbert - the Musical" at the National Arts Centre in Ottawa.


  3. From Cuddles to Coach Cudmore: Veteran rugby forward helps from the sidelinesRead the original story w/Photo

    4 hrs ago | The Guardian

    Now the 37-year-old is doing it from the sideline, filling in an injury layoff with a stint as assistant coach for Canada at the Americas Rugby Championship. The six-foot-five 255-pound enforcer affectionately known as Cuddles is not ready to call time on his playing career.


  4. TrudeauLaughRead the original story w/Photo

    4 hrs ago | Calgary Journal

    Prime Minister Justin Trudeau and Premier Rachel Notley hosted a roundtable meeting with a group of industry leaders Thursday, and later spoke to reporters about the discussion at the downtown YWCA after touring the facilities. "We've agreed that we're going to work together in the coming years with industry to ensure that we are creating a pan-Canadian approach on building a strong economy and a protected environment without marginalizing or pointing fingers," said Trudeau.


  5. Ted Cruz's Calgary birthplace not likely to become 'pilgrimage' ...Read the original story w/Photo

    4 hrs ago | National Post

    It's still a long shot, but if Canadian-born Ted Cruz pulls off his bid for the U.S. presidency, Alberta will find itself in the unique position of hosting the only birthplace and first home of a U.S. president on foreign soil. But while Americans have zealously preserved the boyhood home of every president since Calvin Coolidge, the first home of President Cruz would not be a heritage "priority," said Cynthia Klaassen, president of the Calgary Heritage Initiative Society.


  6. Docs will flee, experts warnRead the original story w/Photo

    6 hrs ago | The London Free Press

    Neurologist Maria MacDonald is agonizing over staying in her field because she might have to refer patients for assisted dying. Dr. Maria MacDonald laboured 12 years as a student and medical resident to become a neurologist, but the Londoner may give that up if she's forced to refer patients to a physician-assisted death.


  7. Mulcair begins campaign for support as leadership review nearsRead the original story w/Photo

    7 hrs ago | The Hill Times

    Tom Mulcair has launched a drive to defend his record at the helm of the NDP in advance of a leadership review at a national convention in April, following the party's devastating losses in the October general election. Five NDP MPs confirmed Thursday Mr. Mulcair has begun a campaign to convince party members he should stay on, with another hint contained in an email the NDP sent out in his name to party members and supporters on Thursday, following his visit to Laloche, Sask., the previous day.


  8. Trudeau promises Canadian cities more funding, greater voice in OttawaRead the original story w/Photo

    7 hrs ago | The Toronto Star

    Prime Minister Justin Trudeau talks with Vancouver Mayor Gregor Robertson on Parliament Hill Friday as he meets with the representatives of 20 other large Canadian cities. OTTAWA-Prime Minister Justin Trudeau's government is promising a new relationship with Canadian municipalities to give them more funding and a greater voice in Ottawa.


  9. Pope to OK use of indigenous languages for Mass in MexicoRead the original story w/Photo

    13 hrs ago | KHQ-TV Spokane

    Pope Francis will issue a decree authorizing the use of indigenous languages in Mass celebrations when he travels to Mexico next week, one of the symbolic gestures he will make in defense of Indian rights in the country. The Vatican said Friday that Francis will present the decree during a Mass dedicated to indigenous people in the state of Chiapas on Feb. 15. Some church authorities had long bristled at the inclusion of indigenous elements in Masses, which was championed by the late bishop of San Cristobal de las Casas, Samuel Ruiz.


  10. Six months to Rio, De Grasse on steep learning curve in new home in PhoenixRead the original story w/Photo

    Yesterday | Yorkton This Week & Enterprise

    Canadian Track athlete Andre De Grasse, left, and Hua Wilfried, of the Ivory Coast train at ALTIS, a world elite track and field training facility in Phoenix, Az., on Tuesday, February 2, 2016. THE CANADIAN PRESS/Nathan Denette Canadian Track athlete Andre De Grasse, left, and Hua Wilfried, of the Ivory Coast train at ALTIS, a world elite track and field training facility in Phoenix, Az., on Tuesday, February 2, 2016.


  11. Canadian women's national volleyball team coming to RichmondRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday | Maple Ridge News

    Volleyball Canada announced earlier this week that the Women's National Team Training Centre will be based in Richmond, British Columbia, beginning in January 2017. The successful bid for the women's centre was submitted by a committee consisting of representatives of the Richmond Olympic Oval, Volleyball BC, and the Pacific Volleyball Society.


  12. Pipelines and beyondRead the original story

    Thursday | The Chronicle-Journal

    IF the struggle by TransCanada Corp. to try to finesse its Energy East pipeline proposal across most of Canada seems difficult, it pales in comparison with a much larger question: Are we serious about climate change? If we are, we cannot extract any more than 10 per cent of the oil underground in Alberta. If we aren't serious about working to combat increasingly weird and dangerous weather caused by greenhouse gases, we'll allow TransCanada and other pipeline builders to carry on.


  13. U.S. senators urge for better protection along Canadian borderRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday | Globe and Mail

    Canadian border agents at work on the Canadian border at the Peace Arch Crossing in Surrey, B.C. Canadian border agents at work on the Canadian border at the Peace Arch Crossing in Surrey, B.C. More border-patrol agents are needed to protect the United States against infiltration by smugglers and other threats from Canada, Dean Mandel, a veteran agent stationed in Buffalo and representative of the National Border Patrol Council, told a Senate Homeland Security hearing on the northern border.


  14. Arnold adjusting to life in ParliamentRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday Feb 3 | Salmon Arm Observer

    Until recently, the North Okanagan Shuswap MP has been part of a majority Conservative government. But that changed during the federal election when the Liberals formed government.


  15. Carey to represent Alberta at 2016 Scotties Tournament of HeartsRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday Jan 26 |

    According to Jonathan Brazeau of Rogers Sportsnet on Sunday, Chelsea Carey of Calgary beat Val Sweeting of Edmonton 8-5 to win the 2016 Jiffy Lube Alberta Scotties Tournament of Hearts at the North Hill Curling Club in Calgary, Alberta. With the win, Carey will represent Alberta at the 2016 Scotties Tournament of Hearts in Grande Prairie, Alberta from February 20-28.


  16. Manheim Canada acquires 100% of partnership auction siteRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Jan 7 | Automotive News

    Cox Automotive Canada Inc., through its Manheim Canada operation, has acquired 100 percent ownership of Manheim Source Edmonton, in Edmonton, Alberta. The auction site has been renamed Manheim Edmonton.


  17. Parks Canada scraps plan for war monument at Green CoveRead the original story

    5 hrs ago | Cape Breton Post

    A 24-metre statue, arms stretched facing the ocean in honour of Canada's war dead overseas, will not be built in Green Cove following a decision from Parks Canada on Friday. Mother Canada - which became the colloquial name of the proposed monument - has been in the planning stage since 2012 when the former federal Conservative government promised to donate land in the Cape Breton Highlands National Park for the national sesquicentennial project.


  18. Mounties to collect about 2,000 DNA samples in unprecedented attempt...Read the original story w/Photo

    6 hrs ago |

    From all you can drink and eat parties to free, surround-sound, big screen viewing, Vancouver bars have you covered when it comes to watching the Super Bowl. Now, almost a year after the killing of Teresa Robinson, 11, in a remote northern Manitoba First Nation community and under pressure to solve the case, RCMP investigators are trying to gather DNA samples from about 2,000 local men and boys.


  19. Report as OffensiveRead the original story w/Photo

    6 hrs ago | Times-Advocate

    The federal families minister says he and his provincial counterparts appear to be on the fast-track towards a long-discussed national child care program. The federal and provincial governments should be able to quickly come to an agreement on a framework for a national early learning and child care program because they aren't starting from scratch, Jean-Yves Duclos said Friday.


  20. Bishop Cantu sets the record straight: Las Cruces will be getting papal mass ticketsRead the original story w/Photo

    7 hrs ago | KVIA-TV El Paso

    Oscar CantAo, Bishop of the Roman Catholic Diocese of Las Cruces, confirmed Friday his diocese will be getting tickets to the Papal Mass to be celebrated in Juarez by Pope Francis on February 17, 2016. Cantu said it is not known, at this time, exactly how many tickets will be available for his diocese.