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In famine-ravaged South Sudan, people eat weeds and water lilies to survive... +
The UN has declared that parts of South Sudan are experiencing famine, the first time the world has faced such a catastrophe in six years. Some 5.5 million people, nearly half the population, will not have a reliable source of food by July....
Winnipeg talent showcased at after party Friday at Centennial Concert Hall... +
Lynn Kanuka gives cross-training her blessing to strengthen runners' cores... +
If youre doing the Vancouver Sun Run this April, dont forget to cross-train....
Get moving: Sun Run Week 6 training schedule... +
WEEK 6 | Feb. 25 to March 3WALK 10KSESSION 1 66 MINUTESWarm-up: Walk slow and easy for 15 min....
Police say drunk driver caused Mardi Gras crash that hurt 28... +
A man who allegedly plowed into a crowd enjoying the Krewe of Endymion parade on Saturday in the Mid-City section of New Orleans is being investigated for driving while intoxicated, police said....
Comeback Lee laces up to recapture a lost love... +
Thirty years ago a young, brash, cocky reporter high-stepped across the finish line of the Vancouver Sun Run. His windmilling arms and legs, far too full of energy, were captured in mid-flight by a...
'Naturally born to dance': Ryan Gosling's former dance teacher talks Oscar nomination... +
Ryan Gosling was stealing the spotlight years before the Oscar-nominated film La La Land hit theatres....
'Take my name off the list, I can't do any more': Some doctors backing out of assisted death... +
Some doctors who have helped their patients end their lives are refusing to perform any more assisted deaths because of emotional distress and fear of being prosecuted...
Coaching tips: Listen to your body... +
Lingering aches and pains are a part of the training process. Whenever you introduce a new physical workload, the body (and mind) need time to adjust. Be honest with yourself about what you may be ...
Judge Joseph Wapner of the Peoples Court dead at age 97... +
A family member says Joseph Wapner, who presided over ...
Concrete barrier to replace landscaping on Sea to Sky in Lions Bay... +
A concrete barrier will replace the landscaped median on the Sea to Sky Highway through Lions Bay in an effort to prevent crossover collisions on the notorious stretch of road....
Charlie Angus joins NDP leadership race, says party must counter Trump-style populism... +
Police locate person of interest after a teen finds an unknown substance on her at St. Vital Centre... +
Winnipeg Police have located the person of interest they were looking for in regards to what they call a 'disturbing' incident at St. Vital Centre last week....
Heres how Toronto said farewell to Honest Eds... +
There’s no place like Honest Ed’s, so of course its goodbye party had to be something special.Though the belovedly garish department store closed its doors in December after 68 years of bargains, Toronto had the chance to say one final farew...
Big Lift Macdonald bridge project reaches milestone over the weekend... +
Health Canada's position on opioid Tramadol indefensible: doctor... +
It is indefensible that Health Canada has failed to register the opioid Tramadol under the Controlled Drugs and Substances Act, a drug-safety researcher says, noting the department explored making such a move in 2007, but backtracked...
Conservatives at war with conservatism on display at Manning Centre conference... +
The Conservative leadership race features some big, bold ideas but also silly ones, un-conservative ones, and ones that profoundly threaten the brand, Chris Selley writes...
Milos Raonic withdraws from final of Delray Beach Open due to injury, conceding title to Jack Sock... +
Raonic, ranked fourth in the world, was playing in his first tournament since suffering an injury at the Australian Open last month...
This week on Focus Montreal: Feb. 25... +
This week on Focus Montreal, Fancy Nancy the Musical hits the stage, meet two Montreal women being honoured for their careers in music and hear from Dr. Linda Pagani on the subject of bullying....
If theyre going to pass Trumps agenda, Republicans first have to weather the Indivisible movement... +
BLACKSTONE, VA.—Near the end of his town hall meeting last week in a rural Virginia county, Republican congressman Dave Brat tried to defuse the tension with some comedy.“Anybo
Quebecs clogged courts need culture change, say lawyers, academics... +
There is a culture of delay that runs through all the actors in the system, from beat cops to attorneys to politicians who create new policies without providing the funding to implement them....
'Absolutely zero similarities': Retired NHL netminder journeys to Ireland to try hand at hurling... +
Could LeBron James be a good NFL tight end? Could a hurler hack it with the Vancouver Canucks? That's pretty much the premise of an Irish TV series...
How political will the 2017 Oscars be?... +
The 89th Academy Awards show promises to be equal parts pomp and politics....
B.C. woman injured in California warns of need for proper travel insurance... +
She had $500,000 in travel insurance but the bills added up fast. Medical bills exceeded her coverage by about $160,000....
'Twister' actor Bill Paxton dies at 61: family representative... +
Bill Paxton, the prolific and charismatic actor whose many memorable roles included an astronaut in ...
Celine Cooper: Quebec's new sex education curriculum is long overdue... +
Quebecs new sex education is a step in the right direction toward keeping our kids informed, empowered and safe....
A sign of an economic turnaround? RV sales spike in Alberta... +
After a few challenging years, sales of holiday trailers and motorhomes are up significantly across Alberta in some cases, as much as 40 per cent compared to 2016....
Crime rates up in the North Okanagan... +
Crime rates are up in the North Okanagan....
White House wont give straight answer on Jeff Sessions role in FBIs Russia election probe... +
The White House on Sunday did not rule out that Attorney General Jeff Sessions may recuse himself from Justice Department investigations into Russian meddling in the 2016 presidential election....
Pedestrian dies in hospital after being struck by pickup truck downtown Toronto: police... +
A female pedestrian has died in hospital after she was struck by a pickup truck in downtown Toronto last week....
50 years of Aislin: Where's the trough?... +
CARTOON: WHERE'S THE TROUGH?The Gazette, Sept. 4, 1984Since Confederation 150 years ago, federal elections have been a game of musical chairs, with Conservatives and Liberals taking their t...
Squeaky Wheels: Boroughs can share, but only with expensive toys... +
Your commuting questions answered. This week: can boroughs share equipment, and why is access to the Ville-Marie restricted? ...
Historic Book of Negroes gets fresh look through online portal... +
The register, now kept at the National Archives in London, is described as the single most important document relating to the immigration of African Americans to Nova Scotia....
Edmonton police searching for violent criminal who didnt return to Alberta Hospital... +
Edmonton police are asking for the public's help searching for Dean Goulet, a recently-released violent offender they said is at a high risk to reoffend who has now gone missing....
Despite approval for assisted death, Victoria man wasnt allowed to die at care home... +
An elderly Victoria man spent some of his final moments on a gruelling trip out of his care home after the facility said it wasnt ready to host medically assisted deaths....
Trump not elected to spend time with reporters, celebs: Aide... +
The White House says that when President Donald Trump skips the White House Correspondents' Association dinner, expect him to spend that Saturday night in April ...
24: Legacy producers apologize for using Kenya attack video... +
The executive producers of the new Fox television series ...
Inside the mysterious removal of the Canadian military's second-in-command... +
It's been almost two months since Vice-Admiral Mark Norman was suspended from his post, for no announced reason and amid an unconfirmed RCMP investigation...
Opinion: Who owns Black History Month?... +
If black history is ever going to truly be Canadian history, it cant only be under the purview of historians, African Canadians or activists....
Hes shocked hes not in control of the press: Once king of New York tabloids, Trump struggles with Washington press... +
London Childrens Museum exhibit looks to showcase childhoods of exceptional Canadians... +
The London Childrens Museum is calling on residents to nominate exceptional Canadians for an upcoming exhibit in celebration of Canadas 150th....
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New Orleans police charge man after driver plows into Mardi Gras crowd... +
A 25-year-old man accused of driving a pickup truck into a crowd of spectators at a Mardi Gras parade in New Orleans has been charged with injuring 28 people in a crash that brought chaos to the city's signature celebration....
Man hospitalized after single-vehicle collision on Circle Drive... +
Emergency services were called to a single-vehicle crash Sunday on Circle Drive between 108th Street and College Drive....
Cellphones aren't leaving the classroom, but Canadian educators split on how best to handle them... +
Some teachers are now moving to incorporate smartphones and other technology into lesson, but research shows many school still try to ban the devices...
'One of the burdens of being a juror is the isolation you have': Juror with PTSD urges others to get help... +
A Toronto man who suffers from PTSD after serving on a jury for a murder trial is urging those who heard the brutal details of an Alberta triple-homicide to get help...
Lions Bay to get concrete median barrier along Sea-to-Sky Highway... +
Approximately a dozen crashes have occurred along this section over the past five years resulting in two fatalities....
'They got a good one with him': Auston Matthews verges on slew of Maple Leafs rookie scoring records... +
Matthews became just the third Toronto rookie ever to hit 30 goals with his two-goal performance in defeat Saturday against Montreal...
Saskatoon police looking for Royal University Hospital patient Devon Fegans... +
Police are asking the public for help in locating Devon Fegans, 16, who left Saskatoons Royal University Hospital Saturday....
RCMP investigate fatal collision on Highway 16 east of Edmonton... +
One person was killed in a collision east of Edmonton on the Yellowhead Sunday morning...
'I am proud to be here': 7 more asylum seekers walk into Manitoba, where it's 20 C... +
Seven more asylum seekers risked dangerously cold temperatures as they walked across the Canada-U.S. border into Emerson, Man., early Sunday. ...