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Globe and Mail
Apr 23, 2018

Senate panel approves Pompeo to be top U.S. diplomat
A U.S. Senate committee approved the nomination of President Donald Trump's choice for secretary of state, Mike Pompeo, on Monday after a Republican senator who had been opposed threw his support behind the CIA director in the face of party pressure.

Globe and Mail
Apr 23, 2018

Witness says Toronto pedestrian incident like a ‘movie scene'
A Toronto resident who was driving near a van when it mounted a sidewalk and hit pedestrians says he repeatedly honked his horn to alert bystanders to the horrific incident.

Globe and Mail
Apr 23, 2018

Hospital official on one ER's response to Toronto van attack
The chief medical executive at a Toronto hospital where many victims were taken after a van hit pedestrians is calling the situation "unprecedented." Police say there were multiple deaths following the attack in north Toronto.

Globe and Mail
Apr 23, 2018

Goodale and Freeland commend Toronto first responders
Public Safety Minister Ralph Goodale and Foreign Affairs Minister Chrystia Freeland have thanked first responders in Toronto for their "extraordinary" and "courageous" work, after a van struck pedestrians and left multiple people dead.

Globe and Mail
Apr 23, 2018

Toronto van attack arrest
Bystanders captured the moment one police officer arrested a suspect after a white van ran over dozens of pedestrians on Yonge Street between Finch Avenue East and Sheppard Avenue East in Toronto.

Globe and Mail
Apr 23, 2018

Video of Toronto van attack arrest from two bystander angles
Bystanders captured the moment one police officer arrested a suspect after a white van ran over dozens of pedestrians on Yonge Street between Finch Avenue East and Sheppard Avenue East in Toronto.

Globe and Mail
Apr 23, 2018

Kathleen Wynne ‘disturbed' by Toronto van incident
Ontario Premier Kathleen Wynne is calling a fatal Toronto incident "tragic" and "frightening," after a van mounted a sidewalk and hit pedestrians. Prime Minister Justin Trudeau said in the House of Commons that his thoughts are with those affected.

Globe and Mail
Apr 23, 2018

Witness recounts ‘brutal' scene of pedestrians hit in Toronto
Multiple people have been injured after a van mounted a sidewalk in north Toronto and crashed into pedestrians. One witness says he saw a number of people being resuscitated at the chaotic scene.

Globe and Mail
Apr 23, 2018

Arrest of possible suspect in van incident captured via social media
Different videos posted to Twitter show a man being arrested in possible relation to an incident where a van mowed down pedestrians in Toronto's north.

Globe and Mail
Apr 23, 2018

Toddler who stole hearts in homemade wheelchair hits the gym
Evelyn Moore made headlines in 2016 with images of her expertly rolling along in a wheelchair made by her father. The Edmonton toddler, who is paralyzed below the arms, is now training at a gym with the help of a treadmill.

Globe and Mail
Apr 23, 2018

Exercise improves brain fitness of obese children: study
University of Granada researchers say they've shown for the first time that physical exertion alters children's brain structure.

Globe and Mail
Apr 23, 2018

Paris attack suspect jailed over police shootout
Salah Abdeslam, the main surviving suspect from the 2015 Paris attacks, has been found guilty of attempted murder in a separate case relating to a police shootout.

Globe and Mail
Apr 23, 2018

French Parliament passes tough asylum bill
France's Parliament has passed an immigration law that has caused widespread unease, after a debate that overran through the weekend and opened rifts within President Emmanuel Macron's party.

Globe and Mail
Apr 23, 2018

Duchess of Cambridge in labour with third royal baby
Kate, the wife of Britain's Prince William, was admitted to hospital in the early stages of labour on Monday to give birth to the couple's third child.

Globe and Mail
Apr 23, 2018

South Korea's Moon upbeat in lead-up to summit with Kim Jong-un
South Korean President Moon Jae-in said that a North Korean promise to cease nuclear and missile tests was a 'green light' for a historic summit between the two Koreas due this Friday.

Globe and Mail
Apr 22, 2018

Man hailed as hero for wrestling gun from shooter in Nashville
The man who wrestled the gun away from a man as he was shooting up a Nashville, Tennessee restaurant early Sunday morning spoke at a police press conference. He called his actions "selfish."

Globe and Mail
Apr 22, 2018

Trump says 'long way' to go on North Korea crisis
U.S. President Donald Trump said on Sunday the North Korean nuclear crisis is a long way from being resolved, a day after the North pledged to end its nuclear tests. Nathan Frandino reports.

Globe and Mail
Apr 22, 2018

Maple Leafs force Game 6 with ‘huge road win' against Bruins
Maple Leafs centre Auston Matthews says he expects an "unbelievable" atmosphere in Toronto on Monday for Game 6 against the Boston Bruins. The Leafs claimed a 4-3 victory on Saturday in Game 5 of their first-round playoff series.

Globe and Mail
Apr 22, 2018

Armenian PM rejects protest call to quit
Armenian police detained opposition leaders and dispersed protests, as demonstrators accuse the prime minister of clinging to power. David Doyle reports.

Globe and Mail
Apr 22, 2018

Trudeau delivers campaign-style speech at Liberal convention
Prime Minister Justin Trudeau criticized what he dubbed Conservative tactics of "fear and division" in an address at the Liberals' national convention in Halifax. The speech aimed to rally the troops ahead of next year's federal election.

Globe and Mail
Apr 21, 2018

How Ontario made billions in debt disappear
The Ontario government's Fair Hydro Plan reduced Ontarian's electricity bills by about 25%. But the government's books don't reflect the costs. The Auditor-General of Ontario says the government used "bogus" accounting to hide the debt from their books. Here's how.

Globe and Mail
Apr 20, 2018

Marijuana activists say there is still a need for protests
Activists say the federal government's Cannabis Act doesn't do enough in terms of legalization

Globe and Mail
Apr 20, 2018

Crown calls life sentence for Halifax shooting plot ‘appropriate'
Lindsay Souvannarath, who pleaded guilty to planning to go on a shooting rampage at a Halifax mall, has been sentenced to life in prison

Globe and Mail
Apr 20, 2018

Avicii, electronic dance music star, dies at 28
Swedish DJ and record producer Avicii, one of the biggest stars of electronic dance music, was found dead on Friday at the age of 28.

Globe and Mail
Apr 20, 2018

Animation shows proposed development at Bloor and Dundas in Toronto
A substantial development is planned near the intersection of Bloor and Dundas Streets in Toronto, combining shopping, education and residential use at this hub where different transit options meet. Animation courtesy Choice Properties REIT.

Globe and Mail
Apr 20, 2018

Students sit in silence outside White House to protest gun violence
Students hold a moment of silence outside the White House to mark the 19th anniversary of the massacre at Columbine High School.

Globe and Mail
Apr 20, 2018

Rebels south of Syrian capital surrender: state media
A Reuters source says some rebels from the Damascus suburbs will be evacuated to eastern Syria as President Bashar al-Assad accelerates efforts on the remaining holdouts.

Globe and Mail
Apr 20, 2018

Globe Drive: Kia Stinger takes a shot at the Europeans
Kia has its sights set on moving upmarket, and the Stinger is the latest step in this evolution. The liftback sedan offers power and poise to rival the benchmark models out of Europe, for less.

Globe and Mail
Apr 20, 2018

Probe into Prince's opioid death brings no criminal charges
Prosecutors reveal the results of a two-year investigation into the pop star's death.

Globe and Mail
Apr 20, 2018

Comey memos show Trump's concern over leaks, loyalty, and dossier
The Justice Department handed over former FBI Director James Comey's highly anticipated memos to Congress, which captured phone conversations and encounters with U.S. President Donald Trump leading up to Comey's firing.

Globe and Mail
Apr 20, 2018

Swaziland renamed 'eSwatini' by Africa's last absolute monarch
Swaziland's King Mswati III, Africa's last absolute monarch, said he was officially renaming the country as the Kingdom of eSwatini.

Globe and Mail
Apr 20, 2018

Where not to seek investing advice
Clichés and speculation from talking heads abound in the 24-hour financial news cycle

Globe and Mail
Apr 19, 2018

Montreal couple hoping city lets them keep pet pig
A Montreal pig owner says there is "no logic" to a city rule banning pigs as pets. Mario Ramos says Babe, his pet of three years, is "a member of the family."

Globe and Mail
Apr 19, 2018

Service was Const. Ian Jordan's calling: Victoria police chief
A funeral was held Thursday for a Victoria police officer who died last week after spending 30 years mostly unresponsive following a crash. Const. Ian Jordan was injured while responding to an emergency call in September 1987.

Globe and Mail
Apr 19, 2018

Cause of Humboldt Broncos bus crash still unknown: RCMP
The RCMP say a truck was in the intersection at the time of its fatal collision with the Humboldt Broncos bus. Assistant Commissioner Curtis Zablocki says the force is working to determine why the truck was there.

Globe and Mail
Apr 19, 2018

Trudeau on Theresa May's proposed ban on plastic straws
Justin Trudeau says he is open to hearing ideas on curbing the use of plastics to protect oceans. The Prime Minister wouldn't say directly if he supported British Prime Minister Theresa May's proposal to ban one-time-use plastic straws.

Globe and Mail
Apr 19, 2018

Facebook exec avoids questions from reporters following committee meeting
Facebook Canada's public policy head Kevin Chan appeared before a parliamentary committee in Ottawa on privacy and data.

Globe and Mail
Apr 19, 2018

An active mind key to good health: Canada's oldest blood donor
Canada's oldest blood donor, according to Canadian Blood Services, says she hopes others will follow in her footsteps and give blood regularly. The organization honoured 95-year-old Beatrice Janyk on Wednesday.

Globe and Mail
Apr 19, 2018

Wine industry ‘disappointed' with SCOC trade decision
The Supreme Court of Canada has ruled to maintain the status quo on interprovincial trade, including the sale of alcohol. The Canadian Vintners Association says it will continue to work to remove trade barriers for Canadian wine.

Globe and Mail
Apr 19, 2018

Review: Cherise Wolas's The Resurrection of Joan Ashby and life's many uncomfortable, fascinating truths
Marissa Stapley reviews the latest in commercial fiction

Globe and Mail
Apr 19, 2018

Review: Alice Hoffman's The Rules of Magic is a truly fantastical escape
Marissa Stapley reviews the latest in commercial fiction

Globe and Mail
Apr 19, 2018

Money Monitor: Tips for finding affordable dental services
Dental services can come with steep price tags that are not always covered by private insurance. Dentist Dr. John Drummond says visiting a teaching clinic can be one way of offsetting some costs.

Globe and Mail
Apr 19, 2018

Carrick Talks Money: Is social media damaging our finances?
Personal finance expert Rob Carrick discusses how social media and the fear of missing out, can affect your finances with Shannon Lee Simmons, author of 'Worry-Free Money'.

Globe and Mail
Apr 19, 2018

Delta plane's engine catches fire in Atlanta
A Delta Air Lines plane made an emergency landing, accordIng to media reports, after one of its engine caught fire.

Globe and Mail
Apr 19, 2018

Strikes had limited impact on Assad: U.S. sources
American sources say the U.S., French, and British attacks on suspected chemical weapons facilities in Syria did not make as large a dent in President Bashar al-Assad's capabilities as White House statements suggest.

Globe and Mail
Apr 19, 2018

Ex-Playboy model cuts deal to discuss alleged Trump affair
Former Playboy model Karen McDougal reached an agreement on Wednesday with tabloid publisher American Media Inc that will allow her to speak freely about an affair she alleges she had with President Donald Trump, the company said in a statement. Ryan Brooks reports.

Globe and Mail
Apr 19, 2018

Can you really prepare for a market crash?
It's not what you do now, but what you should have been doing all along, advisors say.

Globe and Mail
Apr 18, 2018

New York nanny convicted of murder in deaths of two children
A New York nanny was found guilty on Wednesday of stabbing to death two children in her care at their luxury Manhattan apartment, in a case that drew national headlines. Linda So reports.

Globe and Mail
Apr 18, 2018

Trump says he wants to get Mueller investigation 'over with'
U.S. President Donald Trump says he wants to get the Mueller probe "over with, done with" so he can move on with business.

Globe and Mail
Apr 18, 2018

'I hear a loud boom': Passenger recalls incident on Southwest flight
Marty Martinez, a passenger on board Southwest flight 1380, recalls his experience after a blown engine forced the plane to make an emergency landing.

Globe and Mail
Apr 18, 2018

Pipeline clarification to help future generations: B.C. premier
B.C. Premier John Horgan says he's hoping a Court of Appeal ruling can help clarify pipeline jurisdiction "now and into the future." B.C. is in a dispute with Alberta and Ottawa over the Trans Mountain pipeline expansion.

Globe and Mail
Apr 18, 2018

Humboldt Broncos athletic therapist wasn't 'fazed by anything': former teacher
A former teacher recalled Dayna Brons as a "reliable" and "well-rounded person" outside a funeral for the Humboldt Broncos athletic therapist on Wednesday. Brons died in hospital five days after the hockey team's bus crash.

Globe and Mail
Apr 18, 2018

Justin Trudeau discusses cybersecurity with allies in London
Prime Minister Justin Trudeau joined counterparts from Britain, Australia and New Zealand for a London intelligence meeting on Wednesday. Trudeau discussed the importance of a joint effort in combating cyberattacks.

Globe and Mail
Apr 18, 2018

Poloz says slow first-quarter growth behind interest rate decision
The Bank of Canada is citing 'softness' in the economy, as it held its benchmark interest rate steady at 1.25 per cent on Wednesday. Bank governor Stephen Poloz says rates are still likely to rise over time to manage inflation.

Globe and Mail
Apr 18, 2018

Audio shows pilot calmly landing Southwest jet
Audio recordings reveal pilot, Tammie Jo Schults, calmly and safely landing Southwest Airlines Flight 1380 on Tuesday, after an engine failure mid-flight between New York and Dallas.

Globe and Mail
Apr 18, 2018

Turkey's Erdogan calls snap election
Turkish President Tayyip Erdogan announces a snap election for June 24 in order to switch to an executive presidency created by a narrowly won referendum last year.

Globe and Mail
Apr 18, 2018

Minister blames ‘uncertainty' for stalling pipeline expansion
Natural Resources Minister Jim Carr is echoing earlier Liberal statements that Kinder Morgan's Trans Mountain pipeline expansion is currently on hold because of "uncertainty" involving British Columbia.

Globe and Mail
Apr 18, 2018

Toronto FC on home loss to Chivas Guadalajara
Chivas Guadalajara defeated Toronto FC 2-1 Tuesday in the opener of the two-leg CONCACAF Champions League final. TFC goalkeeper Alex Bono says he made a mistake that led to the second goal from Chivas.

Globe and Mail
Apr 18, 2018

Activists confront Trudeau with ‘Crudeau Oil' signs, banners
Greenpeace activists confronted Prime Minister Justin Trudeau in London Wednesday, demanding he cancel the Trans Mountain pipeline expansion project. The protesters put up a fake pipeline and labelled it "Crudeau Oil."

Globe and Mail
Apr 18, 2018

Starbucks to close 8,000 stores for race-sensitivity class
Starbucks announced plans to close its more than 8,000 company-owned locations during the afternoon of May 29 to provide racial tolerance training to employees in wake of an embarrassing incident in Philadelphia.

Globe and Mail
Apr 18, 2018

Regulators had ordered inspections of engine type that blew apart on Southwest plane
European regulators this month began requiring an inspection by early next year of the type of engine that blew apart on a fatal Southwest Airlines flight on Tuesday, and a source said U.S. regulators were near a similar rule.

Globe and Mail
Apr 18, 2018

Mike Pompeo had a secret Kim Jong-un meeting: official
U.S. Secretary of State nominee and CIA Director Mike Pompeo made a secret visit to North Korea over the Easter weekend and met with North Korean leader Kim Jong Un, a senior U.S. official says.

Globe and Mail
Apr 17, 2018

Humboldt Broncos president says families did an ‘amazing job' at memorial
Humboldt Broncos president Kevin Garinger says the families of four players remembered at an Edmonton memorial on Tuesday found "incredible words" to honour their loved ones.

Globe and Mail
Apr 17, 2018

Firing Flames coach Gulutzan not an ‘emotional decision': GM
The Calgary Flames general manager says there is blame to share for the team missing the playoffs this season, but Brad Treliving says firing head coach Glen Gulutzan and two assistant coaches on Tuesday was a necessary move.

Globe and Mail
Apr 17, 2018

Former First Lady Barbara Bush Dies at Age 92
Barbara Bush, the snowy-haired first lady whose plainspoken manner and utter lack of pretense made her more popular at times than her husband, President George H.W. Bush, died Tuesday. She was 92.

Globe and Mail
Apr 17, 2018

Four Humboldt Broncos players remembered at memorial in Edmonton
Hundreds of people came out to the Edmonton Oilers' home arena on Tuesday for a memorial service for four Humboldt Broncos players. A teenage mourner who knew one of the players said the team's bus crash hit "close to home."

Globe and Mail
Apr 17, 2018

NDP gives Liberal budget ‘failing grade' on gender equality
The New Democrats say the Liberals' federal budget doesn't do enough to ensure equal pay for men and women. On Tuesday, Status of Women Minister Maryam Monsef responded saying the NDP report contains "inaccuracies and omissions."

Globe and Mail
Apr 17, 2018

Review: Joe Ide's Righteous is a worthy sequel to his thriller IQ
Margaret Cannon reviews crime fiction

Globe and Mail
Apr 17, 2018

Review: Mel McGrath's Give Me The Child considers a pint-sized psychopath
Margaret Cannon reviews crime fiction

Globe and Mail
Apr 17, 2018

Video shows Bissonnette in Couche Tard store minutes before mosque shooting
Video shown in court shows Alexandre Bissonnette buying an alcoholic beverage about 20 minutes before his shooting rampage at a Quebec mosque that killed six men. Bissonnette has pleaded guilty to the shootings.

Globe and Mail
Apr 17, 2018

Feeling adventurous? Six disruptive tech stocks
These companies are poised to leave competitors in the dust. They could also become takeover targets

Globe and Mail
Apr 17, 2018

Stormy Daniels releases sketch of man she says threatened her
Adult-film actress Stormy Daniels on Tuesday released a sketch of a man she said warned her in 2011 to stop discussing her claims she had a sexual encounter with U.S. President Donald Trump, while her lawyer offered a $100,000 reward for information about the man.

Globe and Mail
Apr 17, 2018

Justin Trudeau addresses French National Assembly
Justin Trudeau became the first Canadian prime minister to address the French National Assembly and delivered a message of inclusive economic growth, progressive trade and gender parity. Here is an excerpt of the speech.

Globe and Mail
Apr 17, 2018

Humboldt Broncos will still accept donations after GoFundMe ends
The president of the Humboldt Broncos says the GoFundMe page dedicated to crash victims' families will close Wednesday and the money will be transferred to a new memorial fund. The campaign has raised over $12 million.

Globe and Mail
Apr 17, 2018

Broncos player Evan Thomas had a ‘wicked sense of humour,' dad says
The father of Humboldt Broncos player Evan Thomas recounted his son's last moments at a memorial service on Monday in Saskatoon. The teen was one of 16 people who died in an April 6 crash involving the Broncos team bus.

Globe and Mail
Apr 17, 2018

Trump puts the brakes on new Russia sanctions: official
The White House has pushed back fresh measures against Moscow, in a move that appears to walk back comments made by U.S. Ambassador to the United Nations Nikki Haley over the weekend.

Globe and Mail
Apr 17, 2018

U.K. firm turns discarded gum into shoes, coffee cups, and combs
Chewing gum is a blight on city streets and takes a heavy toll on the environment, say its critics. But one woman in Britain is performing modern-day alchemy on it - Gumdrop founder Anna Bullus.

Globe and Mail
Apr 16, 2018

Trump's personal lawyer reveals Sean Hannity was one of his clients
As adult-film actress Stormy Daniels looked on, a federal judge ordered U.S. President Donald Trump's longtime personal lawyer Michael Cohen to cough up the name of a client he had hoped to keep secret at a Monday court hearing: Sean Hannity. Chris Dignam reports.

Globe and Mail
Apr 16, 2018

Grand chief accuses feds of ‘groveling' to Kinder Morgan
Grand Chief Stewart Phillip says he commends B.C. Premier John Horgan's stance against the Trans Mountain pipeline expansion. The Union of B.C. Indian Chiefs president says the Indigenous community continues to oppose the pipeline.

Globe and Mail
Apr 16, 2018

Kyle Lowry says Raptors will play Game 2 like it's Game 7
Raptors guard Kyle Lowry says Toronto will play Game 2 of their playoff series against the Washington Wizards as though it were Game 7. The teams face off in Toronto on Tuesday after the Raptors won Game 1 on Saturday.

Globe and Mail
Apr 16, 2018

Elizabeth May says government should not subsidize Trans Mountain
Green Party Leader Elizabeth May says the Prime Minister's plan to help build the Trans Mountain pipeline is not an "appropriate" use of taxpayers' money. Justin Trudeau has promised financial tools to ensure the expansion goes ahead.

Globe and Mail
Apr 16, 2018

National security adviser appears before committee over Jaspal Atwal affair
National security adviser Daniel Jean says he tried to dispel misinformation over Jaspal Atwal's presence at an event with the Prime Minister. The Tories are calling on Justin Trudeau to withdraw statements he made about the controversy.

Globe and Mail
Apr 16, 2018

Notley ‘confident' Alberta won't need new bill limiting oil flow
Alberta Premier Rachel Notley introduced legislation Monday that would allow the government to restrict oil shipments leaving the province. Notley says Alberta will "do what it takes" to see the Trans Mountain pipeline expansion built.

Globe and Mail
Apr 16, 2018

Trump 'morally unfit' to be president: Comey
In an exclusive hour-long sit down with USA TODAY, former FBI director James Comey says that U.S. President Donald Trump is "morally unfit" to be president.

Globe and Mail
Apr 16, 2018

Alleged Toronto serial killer faces eighth murder charge
Toronto police have laid an eighth murder charge against Bruce McArthur, in the death of a man who moved to Canada from Sri Lanka in 2010. Kirushna Kumar Kanagaratnam had never been reported missing.

Globe and Mail
Apr 16, 2018

Safe-ride driver says women share difficult experiences with her
Ikwe Safe Ride driver Jackie Hartog says after some rides she has to 'stop and cry' due to difficult stories from her female passengers. The Winnipeg service provides donation-based rides with a focus on Indigenous women.

Globe and Mail
Apr 16, 2018

After oil, solar? Saudi Arabia plans ahead
Researchers in a lab outside Riyadh are leading the kingdoms ambitious new plans to be a world leader in solar energy.

Globe and Mail
Apr 16, 2018

A string of rapes sparks protests in India
Days after a lawmaker from the ruling Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) was arrested in connection with a teenager's rape, a sexual attack on an 11-year-old girl was reported on Sunday in Gujarat, the latest in a string of cases that have sparked protests across the country.

Globe and Mail
Apr 15, 2018

Getting back to hockey has been helpful, SJHL player says
The Saskatchewan Junior Hockey League's Nipawin Hawks and Estevan Bruins honoured the Humboldt Broncos on Saturday before the first game of the league championship. The Hawks' captain said it was "therapeutic" to get back on the ice.

Globe and Mail
Apr 15, 2018

Trudeau aims to remove ‘uncertainty' from Trans Mountain pipeline expansion
The premiers of B.C. and Alberta met with the Prime Minister in Ottawa to discuss the dispute over the planned Trans Mountain pipeline expansion. Justin Trudeau says negotiations are underway with Kinder Morgan to see construction go ahead.

Globe and Mail
Apr 15, 2018

Trump bashes Comey ahead of book release
U.S. President Donald Trump hurled a new set of insults on James Comey on Sunday, challenging accusations the former FBI director makes in a tell-all book that is due for release this week, and insisting that he never pressed Comey to be loyal to him.

Globe and Mail
Apr 15, 2018

Trump defends 'mission accomplished' claim after Syria strikes
U.S. President Donald Trump on Sunday defended his use of the phrase "mission accomplished" over the U.S.-led missile strikes on Syrian targets after it was seized on by the media.

Globe and Mail
Apr 15, 2018

U.S. troops not leaving Syria until goals accomplished: Haley
U.S. Ambassador to the United Nations Nikki Haley said on Sunday that the United States would not pull its troops out of Syria until its goals were accomplished.

Globe and Mail
Apr 15, 2018

Starbucks apologizes for arrests of two black men
Starbucks Chief Executive Kevin Johnson is apologizing for the arrests of two black men at a Philadelphia coffee shop last week, which sparked accusations of racial profiling.

Globe and Mail
Apr 15, 2018

Humboldt Broncos defenceman remembered as ‘light of our life'
The godfather of Humboldt Broncos' Logan Boulet says the defenceman will continue to be a "beacon" for many. Boulet and Broncos' coach Darcy Haugan were remembered Saturday in separate ceremonies in Alberta and Saskatchewan.

Globe and Mail
Apr 15, 2018

WPP chief executive Martin Sorrell quits
The chief executive of the world's biggest advertising firm, WPP, quit on April 14 following an allegation of personal misconduct.

Globe and Mail
Apr 15, 2018

Mourners remember Broncos statistician as ‘great' with kids
Hundreds of people turned out on Saturday for the funeral of 18-year-old Humboldt Broncos statistician Brody Hinz.

Globe and Mail
Apr 15, 2018

Mike Pence thanks Trudeau for Canada's support on Syria strikes
Justin Trudeau met with Mike Pence in Lima on Saturday and offered the U.S. vice-president Canada's support on American strikes against the Syrian government. Pence told the prime minister his support is "much appreciated."

Globe and Mail
Apr 15, 2018

Strikes 'crippled' Syria's chemical weapons program: Pentagon
U.S., British and French forces struck Syria with more than 100 missiles in the first co-ordinated Western strikes against the Damascus government, targeting what they said were chemical weapons sites in retaliation for a suspected poison gas attack.

Globe and Mail
Apr 15, 2018

Assad ‘must bear responsibility' for chemical attack: Freeland
Foreign Affairs Minister Chrystia Freeland says it is "clear to Canada" that the Assad regime is responsible for a suspected chemical-weapons attack in Syria that left more than 40 people dead and 500 injured.

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