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. Government panel hears anti-pipeline message in AbbotsfordRead the original story w/Photo

    14 hrs ago | Mission City Record

    The majority of residents addressing a special panel Tuesday on the proposed expansion of the Trans Mountain Pipeline expressed opposition and serious concerns about the project. A special ministerial panel touring the route of the pipeline - 30 kilometers of which run through Abbotsford - and recording comments from the public stopped at Tradex to hear from locals.


  2. Ask an expert: Where to go in MexicoRead the original story w/Photo

    14 hrs ago |

    Q. My wife and I are heading to Mexico November 7-18 this year. How would you spend it? We're thinking three days in Mexico City and the rest of the time exploring the Yucatan Peninsula.


  3. McCrimmon linked to Las Vegas job in NHLRead the original story w/Photo

    14 hrs ago | Brandon Sun

    Speculation continues to mount that Brandon Wheat Kings owner, general manager and head coach Kelly McCrimmon will accept a job in the National Hockey League next week. McCrimmon, 55, who didn't respond to a request for comment on the matter last week, has been linked to the expansion franchise in Las Vegas.


  4. A look at political history and female leadersRead the original story w/Photo

    14 hrs ago | My

    The nomination of Hillary Clinton as the first woman to run for President of the United States under the banner of a major party has spawned a predictable reflection on similar developments in the past. It was just over a hundred years ago that Canadian women, starting first in Manitoba, were given the right to vote.


  5. B.C. Premier Christy Clark takes big risk with turnaround on home taxRead the original story w/Photo

    15 hrs ago | CBC News

    Richard Zussman is the B.C. provincial affairs reporter for the CBC. Based in Victoria, Zussman covers primarily provincial, federal and municipal politics.


  6. Summertime is for family, friends, and flowersRead the original story w/Photo

    15 hrs ago | Manila Bulletin

    Vancouver-It is so easy to fall in love with British Columbia where Vancouver is nestled. You are surrounded by hundreds of parks, lakes, rivers, mountain ranges, wide, well-made, garbage-free streets, lush trees, and now, in this summer season, flowers! Flowers everywhere, on street islands, hanging from lamp posts, outside residences, and office buildings lavished around in-city parks.


  7. Voices raised against mineRead the original story w/Photo

    15 hrs ago |

    About 250 people crowded a Kamloops meeting hall Friday night to hear a panel speak against the Ajax Mine proposal. Though the event was promoted as a town hall gathering open to all, the thrust of all who spoke, including national Green Party Leader Elizabeth May, was firmly against the open pit copper/gold mine.


  8. Orl ans WWII veteran passes away at the age of 98Read the original story w/Photo

    15 hrs ago | Orléans Online

    Airman Ed Timson carries the Olympic torch during the 2010 Olympic Torch Realy as his son Eric wheels him down St. Joseph Blvd.. File photo Orlans World War II veteran and Royal Canadian Legion Branch 342 charter member Ed Timson has passed away at the age of 98. Timson served with the RAF, RCAF and Royal New Zealand over a 27 year period from 1941 to 1968.


  9. Impact on RCMP unclear after entrapment ruling in B.C. terror trial: lawyerRead the original story w/Photo

    16 hrs ago | CTV

    It's unclear what the impact on law enforcement will be in the wake of a landmark court decision that slammed the RCMP for investigative methods it used during an elaborate undercover operation into two terrorist suspects, a legal expert says. Micheal Vonn of the B.C. Civil Liberties Association said police would do well to reconsider their anti-terrorism tactics after Friday's B.C. Supreme Court ruling tossed out guilty verdicts against John Nuttall and Amanda Korody.


  10. Calls to emphasize education as Canadian military reviews transgender policyRead the original story w/Photo

    17 hrs ago | Madison Publishing

    Master Cpl. Natalie Murray, who works at the instrument flight rules control centre at CFB Comox, poses for a photograph beside the Canadair CL-28 Argus Mark 1 at Heritage Air Park near the base in Comox, B.C., Friday, July 29, 2016.


  11. With new federal permits for Site C dam, Justin Trudeau appears...Read the original story w/Photo

    17 hrs ago | The Georgia Straight

    It's apparent in the California drought, atmospheric rivers that have caused massive flooding in Toronto and Calgary, and the lengthening forest-fire season. But despite the demonstrated agricultural value of the Peace River Valley, the Trudeau government has granted federal permits to enable B.C. Hydro to proceed with construction of the Site C dam.


  12. A study looked at Olympic-bound Canadian women rowers who train on...Read the original story w/Photo

    17 hrs ago | The London Free Press

    Canadian Paralympic para-rowers Kristen Kit, front, Curtis Halladay, Andrew Todd, Meghan Montgomery and Victoria Nolan, with her guide dog Alan, are introduced to members of the media at the Doug Wells Rowing Centre at Fanshawe Lake in London, Ont. on Tuesday July 26, 2016.


  13. 5 ways Kate Middleton's Canada 2011 royal tour outfits cemented her as a style iconRead the original story w/Photo

    18 hrs ago |

    As the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge announce their second visit to the country in September, we take a look back at Kate's winning looks from her first royal tour Ever since the Duchess of Cambridge wore that now-iconic blue Issa dress when she and the Duke announced their engagement in 2010, the world has become fascinated with Kate's wardrobe. With Kate changing up to three times on some days, we all wanted to know what and who she was wearing - cue the 'Kate effect,' with pieces becoming an instant sell-out.


  14. Husky Energy changes day it discovered oil pipeline spill in SaskatchewanRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Jul 28 | Yorkton This Week & Enterprise

    Crews work to clean up an oil spill on the North Saskatchewan river near Maidstone, Sask., on July 22, 2016. A precautionary boil-water advisory for several Saskatchewan communities affected by a leak of oil into the North Saskatchewan River has been lifted.


  15. Toronto may join growing number of American cities with 911 textingRead the original story w/Photo

    Monday Jul 11 | Weyburn Review

    A city council vote this week could set Toronto on the path to becoming the first jurisdiction in Canada where all residents can send text messages to 911 operators instead of calling them. Coun.


  16. Canadian lumber producers reject rumoured U.S. calls for return to quotasRead the original story w/Photo

    May 6, 2016 | Yorkton This Week & Enterprise

    Canadian forestry company executives are eager for a new softwood lumber agreement but say they are not interest in a rumoured U.S. proposal to reinstate across-the-board quotas. Resolute Forest Products chief executive Richard Garneau says word surfaced last week that the U.S. is seeking quotas that would put a hard cap on how much lumber could be exported to that country.


  17. The Island's islands are seen as an oasis for conservationRead the original story

    17 hrs ago | The Guardian

    Courtin Island is one of several small islands around P.E.I. that have been largely untouched by human development. Such properties are highly sought after by conservation groups, who see them as important ecological treasures.


  18. Olympic Preview:Billy Talent, Jeff Goldblum, Viggo Mortensen share Olympic memoriesRead the original story w/Photo

    17 hrs ago | Brandon Sun

    As millions of viewers around the world prepare to tune in to the Rio Summer Games, stars are reflecting on their favourite Olympics memories. "My wife, the Canadian Emilie Livingston, was in the Olympics.


  19. Patrick, Howden, Kolesar at national campRead the original story w/Photo

    17 hrs ago | My

    The opening part of the camp will be held this weekend at MasterCard Centre for Excellence in Toronto from July 31-Aug. 2. It will then move to USA Hockey Arena in Plymouth, Mich., from Aug. 3-6. The four days in Michigan will feature practices and games against the United States, Finland and Sweden.


  20. Yellowknife is a different kind of extremeRead the original story w/Photo

    18 hrs ago | Squamish Chief

    Looking out from Yellowknife towards one small arm of the Great Slave Lake, with the climbing area Big Crack on the far left shoreline in the shade. Looking out from Yellowknife towards one small arm of the Great Slave Lake, with the climbing area Big Crack on the far left shoreline in the shade.