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Jefferson Airplane co-founder Paul Kantner dies at age 74
Paul Kantner, a founding member of the Jefferson Airplane who stayed with the seminal San Francisco band through its transformation from 1960s hippies to 1970s hit makers as the eventual leader of successor group Jefferson Starship, has died at age 74. Ka
Notley lashes out: NDP thugs illegally kick out Rebel reporters
In Canada, we don’t need a politician’s permission to be a journalist. NDP thugs can’t kick out journalists they don’t like from public buildings. If Notley and her hired mercenaries think they can silence Sheila, Holly — or any Albertans — they’re deepl
Syrian refugee family arrives in Whitehorse, Yukon
Dozens of Yukoners gathered at the Whitehorse airport Saturday to welcome Yukon's newest residents: a family of 11 Syrian refugees who are the first to settle in the North under the current sponsorship program.
NHL all-stars ready to play 3-on-3 for big money
The NHL is going with a new format for Sunday's all-star game in Nashville (CBC, CBCSports.ca, 5 p.m. ET), a 3-on-3 tournament that should be heavy on speed and skill and light on backchecking and defence. And $1 million US goes to the winning squad.
Lead found in Canadian pipes too, experts say
Water toxicity experts estimate that roughly 10 per cent of Canadians are at risk of being exposed to lead through their drinking water as Americans in Flint, Mich., grapple with an ongoing drinking water scandal.
Car falls from DVP into Don River, driver unhurt
A Toronto driver is fortunate today after a car went over a guard rail on one of the city`s busiest highways and landed in a river. The incident took place in the southbound lanes of the highway near the Gardiner Expressway.
Oregon occupation's final 4: 'We're not dead yet'
Four people occupying an Oregon wildlife refuge held their position Saturday and posted live videos that reveal their hyper-vigilance against federal officials who they fear may try to move them out to end the month-long standoff.
2 dead, 3 injured in downtown Toronto shooting
Police say five people were shot and two have been killed during an overnight shooting in downtown Toronto. Altercation took place at around 3 a.m. near Spadina Avenue and College Street
NHL won't consider Seattle expansion team: Bettman
NHL Commissioner Gary Bettman insisted Seattle is not in the running to land an expansion team. Las Vegas and Quebec City have submitted expansion applications, but a decision whether to grant both, either or neither city an NHL franchise does not appear
Canada vulnerable to major attack: Ex-CIA analyst
Canada and the United States are currently vulnerable to an imminent threat that could “topple the pillars of civilization”, says the executive director of the EMP Task Force on National Homeland Security, a U.S. Congressional advisory board.
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