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Jun 20 2021

One person dead after driver crashes into Florida Pride parade

Watch above, via WPLG Local 10 . Officials said the other man was expected to survive. "Both males were taken to Broward Health Medical Center, where one was pronounce...

Jun 19 2021

Portland police's rapid response team resigns after year of civil unrest

A group of about 50 police officers who had served voluntarily on a specialized crowd control unit in Portland have stepped down from the squad after a year of sometime...

Jun 19 2021

US border restrictions extended as Canada scrambles to vaccinate

Legault told reporters at an event in Laval, Que., the reopening could happen when current border restrictions expire on July 21. Blair added that further details surro...

Jun 18 2021

Edwin Poots stands down as DUP Leader following internal revolt

The DUP held an emergency meeting this afternoon in Belfast . McDonald said on Twitter: "The British Govt has tonight agreed to legislate for Acht Gaeilge". Edwin Po...

Jun 17 2021

Ontario reports less than 300 new COVID-19 cases

That means the figure does not necessarily reflect the real number of people who are experiencing COVID-related symptoms. The Ministry of Health says 397 people are in ...

Jun 11 2021

DOJ seeks internal probe on seizure of Democrats' data

Adam B. Schiff (Calif.) and Rep. Eric Swalwell (Calif.), as well as the data of their current and former staffers and family members. The revelation about the subpoe...

Jun 10 2021

How and when to see the ‘ring of fire’ solar eclipse

A dramatic partial solar eclipse was witnessed in Caithness on March 20, 2015 when around 90 per cent the sun was obscured by the moon at around 9.30am. It's estimated ...

Jun 10 2021

We are at a crossroads in relationship with UK — EU's Šefčovič

He added: 'No one knows it better than Lord Frost himself, then the UK's chief Brexit negotiator'. The Telegraph said the threat raised the spectre of a "sausage trad...

Jun 10 2021

Canada could begin easing border restrictions on June 22

After that, they'd be free to go. Minister of Intergovernmental Affairs Dominic LeBlanc said Canada is working on creating a vaccine passport and noted Canada Borde...

Jun 10 2021

Developer cancels Keystone XL pipeline — OIL AND GAS

That investment vaporized when the Biden administration in the US cancelled the permit for the project on its first day in office. TC Energy Corp announced they would c...

Jun 10 2021

Eligibility for second dose of COVID vaccine changing Thursday

White House national security adviser Jake Sullivan told reporters aboard Air Force One on Wednesday that in addition to the Pfizer purchase, Biden is also expected to ta...

Jun 10 2021

B.C. reports 165 cases, no deaths

Henry said that just under 72 per cent of those 12 and older have received their first dose of a COVID-19 vaccine. Only five of the new cases came from the North as the...

Jun 08 2021

Truck Driver Kills Muslim Family Of 4 In "Premeditated" Attack In Canada

He was arrested without incident at a mall about seven kilometres away from where the family was struck. The two adults and one teenaged child succumbed to their injuri...

Jun 08 2021

Ontario will start economic reopening on Friday

Also opening Friday will be day camps, campgrounds, Ontario Parks, motor speedways, outdoor pools and splash pads and wading pools. "As we begin to enjoy the benefits o...

Jun 03 2021

Over half of adult Americans now fully vaccinated, Biden says

The "Let's Grab a Beer" initiative, as it's called, will be the brand's biggest giveaway in history as an effort to incentivize more Americans to get vaccinated. Harris' ...

Jun 02 2021

Fire station shooting kills one in US city of Los Angeles

The reported narrative from authorities is that this suspect was off-duty when he shot the 44-year-old firefighter, wounded the captain, and barricaded himself at his h...

Jun 02 2021

B.C. reports fewer than 200 new COVID-19 cases, no deaths

Bonnie Henry and B.C. Health Minister Adrian Dix have stressed that the situation must continue to improve before more orders are lifted or relaxed. A total of 2,327 in...

Jun 01 2021

World Health Organization wants Greek alphabet names for Covid variants

After India's outbreak of COVID-19 fuelled by the new strain earlier this year, Pakistan in April imposed a ban on travellers arriving from the neighbouring country v...

May 30 2021

Japan to consider sharing COVID-19 vaccines amid calls to help Taiwan

The original timeline between the first and second doses is 16 weeks. Ontarians over the age of 80 who haven't already received their second doses of a COVID-19 vaccin...

May 28 2021

Biden orders report on Covid origins in 90 days

Since infecting its first victims in the central Chinese city of Wuhan in late 2019, the pathogen has struck nearly every country in the world, killing more than 3.4 mi...