Daily Archives: September 19, 2022

Driver arrested after pedestrian killed in vehicle collision in Surrey

A pedestrian has been killed in a vehicle collision in Surrey, B.C., on Sunday, and the driver has been arrested. Mounties say the incident happened just after 1 a.m. PT on 108th Avenue, between 133 Street and University Drive. It was unclear what type of vehicle was involved in the …

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While in London for the Queen’s funeral, Trudeau also discusses economy and Ukraine with leaders

Prime Minister Justin Trudeau met his British counterpart and other world leaders in London on Sunday, as talk of the economy and the war in Ukraine took their place alongside the sombre preparations for Queen Elizabeth’s funeral. Trudeau spent about 40 minutes at 10 Downing Street early in the afternoon …

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Migrants across Canada call on Ottawa for action on regularization, permanent status

Thousands of migrants and their supporters held rallies across Canadian cities on Sunday to call on Ottawa to extend permanent status to undocumented people. There were also calls to swiftly implement an inclusive regularization program for undocumented migrants — a longstanding demand that advocates say appears closer than ever to …

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Biden says it was ‘irresponsible’ for Trump to keep classified documents at Mar-a-Lago

U.S. President Joe Biden says the discovery of top-secret documents at former president Donald Trump’s Mar-a-Lago estate raised concerns that sensitive data was compromised and called it “irresponsible.” Biden, who rarely does interviews, spoke to CBS program 60 Minutes in a segment that aired Sunday. He said that when he heard about …

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Queen Elizabeth is laid to rest as the world watches

Britain and the world said a final goodbye to Queen Elizabeth II at a state funeral Monday that drew presidents and kings, princes and prime ministers — and crowds who massed along the streets of London to honour a monarch whose 70-year reign defined an age. Elizabeth’s funeral procession arrived …

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Indigenous leaders hope to restore the culinary and cultural bounty of ancient B.C. sea gardens

A family of sea otters emerges from the ocean and rambles up the rocky shoreline, while a great blue heron in search of a meal pokes at a wall of rocks. Fountains of water squirt upwards from clams that have buried themselves across the beach. Ken Thomas, standing on a …

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Watch the National Commemorative Ceremony for Queen Elizabeth on CBC.ca

Following the Queen’s funeral in London, a National Commemorative Ceremony will take place in Ottawa. It begins at 12:10 p.m. on Sept. 19 with a Canadian Armed Forces parade. That parade will feature CAF members from the air force, army, navy and special forces. They’ll depart Cartier Square Drill Hall, …

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‘It’s a slippery slope’: How young men fall into online radicalization

Reid Brown remembers the first time he got sucked in by the algorithm — he was just 13, watching videos after school when YouTube started pushing him to controversial content.  As time went on, the videos became increasingly extreme, says Brown, now 21.  “It started out pretty benign,” he recalls. …

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Lots of sniping in UCP leadership race, but so few shots fired over inflation

Many would-be successors to Premier Jason Kenney have gamely taken aim at him this campaign, from his past approaches toward COVID and Ottawa to his occasional interventions as lame-duck United Conservative Party leader with weeks left to go in his power seat. So what kind of dust did Kenney kick …

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