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Increased food theft hitting Calgary: police
Purloined porterhouse and looted lobster are helping feed Calgary's ravenous drug trade. Police say they are seeing an increase in the amount of shoplifting and food theft incidents, including cases where thousands of dollars in high-end grocery items are
Gas will be 'far more expensive' in 2017: analyst
A petroleum analyst says Canadians can expect gas and other energy products to be “far more expensive” in 2017 -- and not only because of new carbon pricing that went into effect in Ontario and Alberta on New Year’s Day.
Cafe owner backs down after banning ‘Nazi’ Trump voters
A business owner who posted a sign on the entrance of his eccentric Italian café in downtown Honolulu banning President Elect Donald Trump supporters, has removed the sign one day after FoxNews.com broke a story about the severe policy.
“If you voted f
Student arrested after bringing weapons into Trump Tower
A 19-year-old self-proclaimed “survivalist” was busted inside Trump Tower with a bag of weapons and fireworks — and told authorities he breached security there at least once before since the election, police sources said Tuesday.
And authorities “belie
Canadian consumer debt climbs to $1.7 trillion
Just in time for the holidays, a new report from Equifax Canada shows Canadian consumer debt climbed to $1.702 trillion by the end of the third quarter -- about the same as Australia’s gross domestic product last year.
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