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Massive 'fire tornado' near Edmonton
Dramatic new video shows the shocking size of a massive 'fire tornado' in St. Albert, Alta., last week that forced a firefighter to jump into a river to escape the flames.
Impeachment vote nears in Brazil amid pushing, yelling
BRASILIA, Brazil (AP) — Impeachment proceedings against Brazilian President Dilma Rousseff neared a decisive vote on Sunday with pro- and anti-government legislators yelling and shoving while thousands of demonstrators for and against the leader rallied o
Russia jet ‘provokes’ US plane — again | New York Post
A Russian plane performed a barrel roll over a US Air Force jet above the Baltic Sea in a new provocation, the US European Command said Saturday.
The close encounter took place in international airspace over the Baltic Sea on Thursday.
The Russian j
Czech Republic to be renamed Czechia
The Czech Republic's leaders have chosen "Czechia" as the one-word alternative name of their country. The name must win cabinet approval before it can be submitted to the UN and become official.
Major earthquake rocks Ecuador, killing at least 41
Ecuador's strongest earthquake in decades, a 7.8-magnitude tremor, struck off the country's Pacific coast on Saturday, killing at least 41 people and causing damage near the epicentre as well as in the largest city, Guayaquil.
Feds made 5,670 privacy breaches last year; CRA worst offender
New documents show that the private information of tens of thousands of people was mishandled by the federal government last year, including hundreds of taxpayer files inappropriately accessed by employees of the Canada Revenue Agency, which was the worst
Supreme Court ruling: Who now qualifies as an ‘Indian’
OTTAWA — The Supreme Court of Canada declared Thursday that Canada’s 600,000 Métis and non-status Indians are indeed “Indians” under the Constitution. The decision has raised questions about who qualifies as Métis or non-status Indian, but the answer migh
Her name is Isis
If you were a terrorist, would you use the moniker of your affiliated group as your given name?
RCMP refugee screening a $16M flop, says internal report
The Conservative government handed the RCMP $16 million in 2011-12 so refugee claimants' names could be checked against domestic police databases, in a bid to weed out potential terrorists. Four years later, the project was shut down after it failed to pr
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