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Top of the TicketAlso, Mitch Daniels, Mark Warnmer, Lamar Alexander, Lindsey Graham, Michael Bloomberg, Recep Tayyip Erdoğan, Sergei Lavrov, Reince Priebus, Debbie Wasserman Schultz and Jose Manuel Barosso....
Babylon & BeyondDon't expect a lot of Canadians at the annual landmark Dubai Shopping Festival next year unless they're willing to plunk down serious cash to enter the country. The United Arab Emirates is set to begin charging Canadian travelers up to......
Watertown Daily Times, N.Y.An earthquake that started in Canada was felt across parts of Northern New York on Friday morning. SUNY Potsdam geology professor Frank A. Revetta said his equipment detected a magnitude-5.0 quake at 9:43 a.m., originating in what is known as the...
Watertown Daily Times, N.Y.An earthquake that started in Canada was felt across parts of Northern New York this morning. SUNY Potsdam geology professor Frank A. Revetta said his equipment detected a 5.0-magnitude quake at 9:43 a.m., originating in what is known as the Western...
The Buffalo NewsA group of state lawmakers Tuesday offered an olive branch to Canadian Peace Bridge officials, urging them to keep on track a "once-in-a-lifetime opportunity" to begin a historic pilot project that allows U.S. customs agents onto Canadian soil to...
Grand Haven Tribune, Mich.NORTHWEST OTTAWA COUNTY -- Environmental experts say most wildlife weathered the recent flooding disaster. NORTHWEST OTTAWA COUNTY -- "In terms of direct mortality, you won't see much of that," said John Coluccy, director of conservation planning for...
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The low-budget thriller "The Call" had a surprisingly strong debut this weekend, pulling in $17.1 million in ticket sales to beat out the Warner Bros. comedy "The Incredible Burt Wonderstone" to come in second place at the domestic box office. But...
Taylor Swift was sued for canceling an appearance at a Canadian music festival last year after she reportedly had already received the payment for the appearance. She should have known it would be trouble, trouble, trouble? (OK, we got that out of our...
John Sheardown, a former Canadian diplomat who sheltered fugitive American Embassy staffers at his Tehran home at great personal risk during the 1979 Iran hostage crisis, has died. He was 88. Sheardown died Dec. 30 at an Ottawa hospital, his wife, Zena,...
Tags: Unrest, Conflicts and War, Crisis, U.S. Embassy, Iran, Movies
Staff WriterWith homemade signs proclaiming "Solidarity" and "Protect Mother Earth," more than 200 Idle No More supporters demonstrated Saturday afternoon filling Pennsylvania Park in downtown Petoskey. The demonstration was organized by Little Traverse Bay Bands of...
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Obesity doctor Yoni Freedhoff was invited by the Ontario Medical Assn. to give a talk at a food industry breakfast on health and nutrition policy -- and then was disinvited. Ticked off, he's decided to take his talk to a broader audience. Freedhoff, a...
Tags: YouTube, Nutrition, Obesity, Canada, Consumer Goods Industries
KTLA NewsOTTAWA, CANADA - It's fair to say that in the animal kingdom, crows invariably get a bad rap. The noisy black birds are often viewed as a nuisance, or worse, as some kind of mysterious bad omen. But one crow is changing all that. 'Walter' is building...
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