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Remembrance Day: Ypres: The city that never forgets
Every evening in Ypres, a crowd stands silently under the imposing Menin Gate - a nightly ritual since the late 1920s grand archway covering the route Allied soldiers took to the front lines during the First World War.
Leafs, Senators fans brawl in stands
The Battle of Ontario spilled into the stands on Sunday night when Leafs and Senators fans brawled during the teams' game in Ottawa. A nearby fan who wasn't involved in the fight captured it on video.
First Nations contributions to WW I and WW II: Lest we forget
Our soldiers fought for the shared values of freedom and democratic rights for all, but these soldiers returned from the war and quickly realized those freedoms and rights did not equally apply to them as they did their non-native comrades, writes Gordon
P.E.I. chaplain's sacrifice brought to life in drama
A minister on Prince Edward Island is bringing the history of a fellow military chaplain to life through drama. Rev. Tom Hamilton has created a 20-minute monologue about the life and death of World War II chaplain, Padre Alfred Seaman.
Teenager stops home burglary
A man is caught breaking into a Butler County house, escapes from the police cruiser, then tries to break into another nearby home. In the end, a 15-year-old is the one who comes to the rescue.
Assailants Kill 1 Israeli, Wound 3 in Israel and West Bank
Assailants stabbed several Israelis on Monday, killing a young woman at a bus stop in the West Bank and gravely wounding an Israeli soldier in Tel Aviv, the latest in an ongoing wave of Arab violence that has put the country on edge.
Icy Air From Slipping Polar Vortex
As the polar vortex gets displaced to the south, the door will open for arctic air to plunge down as far as most of the United States as the new week progresses.
Syrian Kurds give women equal rights, snubbing jihadists
From Yahoo News: The local government in a majority Kurdish area of Syria has passed a decree granting women equal rights in what a monitoring group called "an affront" to discriminatory jihadist moves. Last year, Syria's Kurds created autonomous governme
Westminster, Massachusetts, considers 1st tobacco ban in U.S.
A Massachusetts town has become an improbable battleground in America's tobacco wars. This week, the Board of Health will hear public comment on a proposed regulation that could make Westminster the first municipality in the U.S. to ban sales of all tobac
How facial recognition technology is creeping into daily life
Calgary police became the first force in Canada to start using facial recognition software this week, but the technology is already in use at some of the world's airports, on social media sites and in some government agencies. And it's growing in populari
Denying Problems When We Don’t Like the Solutions
There may be a scientific answer for why conservatives and liberals disagree so vehemently over the existence of issues like climate change and specific types of crime.
A new study from Duke University finds that people will evaluate scientific evidenc
Canucks defeat Ducks in shootout
The Vancouver Canucks snuck out a win with a shootout goal from Nick Bonino that ended a 1-1 stalemate against the Anaheim Ducks.
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