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Mendicino Wants Provinces to Help With Firearms Buyback Program, Despite Prairies Pushback

Public Safety Minister Marco Mendicino faced questions about his plan to utilize provincial police r ...View More

Risk of Widespread Flooding Across NSW

Forecasters are warning there’s a high risk of widespread flooding as multiple weather systems move  ...View More

Ministers Coy on Tax Cut Changes

With a recession looming and rate hikes hurting hip pockets, a fight over tax cuts is ramping up as  ...View More

Russia’s Federation Council Ratifies Annexation of 4 Ukrainian Regions

Members of the Russia's Federation Council, the upper house of parliament, attend a session t ...View More

Calls from the front lines reveal morale collapse in Russian army: report

As Russian President Vladimir Putin directs hundreds of thousands of more troops to the front lines  ...View More

10 mountaineers dead after avalanche in northern India

At least 10 trainee mountaineers died Tuesday after being swept away by an avalanche in the Himalaya ...View More

Russia sets Brittney Griner's appeal date for Oct. 25

A Russian court on Monday set Oct. 25 as the date for American basketball star Brittney Griner’s app ...View More

Christian network TBN to feature weekly news/analysis show from Jerusalem

Beginning Thursday, Trinity Broadcasting Network will air a new weekly news and analysis program fro ...View More

Michael Zwaagstra: Waterloo School Board’s Sidelining of Trustee Is an Affront to Democracy

CommentaryIt’s now been more than two months since Mike Ramsay, a duly elected trustee in the Waterl ...View More

Criminals Taking Advantage of ‘Scandalous Delays’ in UK Courts: Senior Magistrate

Criminals are opting for crown court trials, rather than hearings before magistrates, in the hope th ...View More

UK frigate joins Norwegian navy ships guarding North Sea pipelines

A United Kingdom Royal Navy frigate has joined the Norwegian Navy in the North Sea to protect oil pi ...View More

Peskov Reacts as Zelenskyy Rules out Ukraine Talks

Kremlin spokesman Dmitry Peskov attends an annual end-of-year news conference of Russian Pres ...View More

Russian lawmakers accept annexed territory in Ukraine, Zelenskyy codifies 'impossibility' of peace talks

Russian lawmakers on Tuesday unanimously approved legislation that will federally absorb the Ukraini ...View More

Russia mobilization: Over 200,000 citizens drafted into military since Putin order

More than 200,000 Russian citizens have been drafted into the military following Russian President V ...View More

Russia having problems with routine military draft

Russia’s faltering invasion of Ukraine is apparently adding to logistics problems in the country’s r ...View More

White House condemns North Korea's missile launch over Japan

The White House on Tuesday condemned North Korea’s “dangerous and reckless” decision to launch a lon ...View More

Biden vows to hold Iran's leaders accountable for violence against human rights demonstrators

President Biden on Monday said he remains gravely concerned about the Iranian regime’s “violent crac ...View More

As Russian troops fall back, nuclear fears advance

Ukraine recaptured more of its territory from Russian forces Monday amid grim reports from European  ...View More

US Officials React to Putin’s Nuclear Threat but Say Chances Are Low

Biden administration officials and some of their predecessors have expressed anxiety over Russian Pr ...View More

San Francisco celebrates Chinese communism in flag-raising to honor founding of nation

San Francisco’s government raised the Chinese flag over city hall last week to mark the founding of  ...View More

Torstar Co-owners Agree to Move Legal Dispute to Mediation-Arbitration

Torstar Corp. business partners Paul Rivett and Jordan Bitove have agreed to move their legal disput ...View More

Canada’s School Boards Are in Trouble, but You Can Do Something About It

CommentaryAny reader of horror fiction will tell you that you need to be careful what you wish for.  ...View More

Supreme Court to review tech companies' liability under federal law

The Supreme Court announced Monday it would hear a challenge to the legal protection afforded to tec ...View More

Iran's top leader blames U.S., Israel for mass protests over police custody death

Iran’s supreme leader said foreign powers seeking to destabilize the country are behind mass protest ...View More

UK Government Scraps Plan to Cut Tax Rate for Highest Earners After Market Turmoil

The UK’s new prime minister Liz Truss on Monday made a dramatic u-turn on plans to cut taxes fo ...View More

Here Are the 10 Wealthiest Cities in the World, 5 of Them Are in the US

New York City is home to more than 345,600 millionaires and is considered the wealthiest city in the ...View More

U.K. scraps tax cut for wealthy that sparked market turmoil

BIRMINGHAM, England (AP) — The British government has dropped plans to cut income tax for top earner ...View More

Nobel prize in medicine awarded for research on evolution

STOCKHOLM (AP) — This year’s Nobel Prize in physiology or medicine has been awarded to Swedish scien ...View More

Indonesia’s President Orders Temporary Suspension of Football Matches After Deadly Stampede

Indonesian President Joko Widodo has ordered the temporary suspension of local football matches and  ...View More

Denmark Says Nord Stream 1 Pipelines Stop Leaking

In this picture provided by Swedish Coast Guard, a small release from Nord Stream 2 is seen,  ...View More

Farm Vehicle Packed With People Overturns in India; 26 Dead

LUCKNOW, India—A farm tractor pulling a wagon loaded with people overturned and fell into a pond in  ...View More

Australian Housing Prices Continue 5th Consecutive Month of Decline

Home values across Australia dropped for the fifth month in a row in September as interest rate hike ...View More

Election day in Brazil for right-wing incumbent Bolsonaro and left-wing challenger da Silva

On Sunday, almost a dozen candidates were on the ballot for Brazil’s presidential election. Still, o ...View More

Da Silva, Bolsonaro head to runoff in Brazil's presidential race

On Sunday, almost a dozen candidates were on the ballot for Brazil’s presidential election. Still, o ...View More

Austin calls Putin's nuke threats 'irresponsible'

Defense Secretary Lloyd Austin on Sunday criticized Russian President Vladimir Putin‘s vow to use “a ...View More

China establishes police station in New York City

The Chinese government has established “overseas police service stations” to keep track of its citiz ...View More

Labor, management denounce Biden administration's maritime waiver

Labor unions representing American merchant sailors and ship owners are lashing out at the Biden adm ...View More

King Charles Will Not Attend Climate Summit on UK Government Advice

King Charles III will not be attending next month’s Cop27 climate change summit in Egypt, Buckingham ...View More

Category 3 Hurricane Orlene Heads for Mexico’s Pacific Coast

MEXICO CITY—Hurricane Orlene grew to Category 3 strength on Sunday as it headed toward Mexico’s nort ...View More

Chinese espionage, cyber programs pose major counterintelligence threat, Senate report warns

China’s human spying, cyber espionage and more recently covert disinformation operations are a “600- ...View More

EXCLUSIVE: China 'would not' invade Taiwan if Beijing believes it owns the island, Asian trade official says

UNITED NATIONS, New York – A top Cambodian official has questioned the logic of China invading Taiwa ...View More

At least 125 dead after riot, stampede breaks out at Indonesian soccer match

At least 125 people are dead and 180 more were injured after an Indonesian soccer match Saturday whe ...View More

Man Charged With Murdering 9-Year-Old Olivia Pratt-Korbel in Liverpool

A 34-year-old man has been charged with murdering 9-year-old Olivia Pratt-Korbel, who was shot in th ...View More

Putin ally recommends Russia use low-yield nuclear weapons in Ukraine

Chechen leader Ramzan Kadyrov on Saturday urged Moscow to consider deploying low-yield nuclear weapo ...View More

One Customer’s Drone-Delivered Food Order Crashes, Causing Mass Blackout

A drone, while in the midst of delivering food to a customer, attempted a “precautionary controlled  ...View More

At Least 129 Dead After Stampede at Soccer Match in Indonesia, Police Say

At least 129 people are dead and around 180 other people are injured after a crowd stampede during a ...View More

129 dead after fans stampede to exit Indonesian soccer match

MALANG, Indonesia (AP) — Panic at an Indonesian soccer match after police fired tear gas to stop bra ...View More

Cuba requests U.S. aid after Hurricane Ian knocks out power, Wall Street Journal reports

Cuba's government has made a rare request for emergency assistance from the administration of U.S. P ...View More

Opposition in Australia’s Victoria Promises Cap to Stop ‘Wasteful’ Spending as Debt Approaches $167 Billion

A legislated government debt cap will be introduced to stop wasteful spending if the Victorian oppos ...View More

Venezuela Releases 7 Jailed Americans; US Frees 2 Prisoners

WASHINGTON—Venezuela has freed seven imprisoned Americans in exchange for the United States releasin ...View More

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