U.K. tabloids abuzz with Canadian's 'Loch Ness monster' photo

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Moving object was 'bigger than a Sasquatch but smaller than Ogopogo,' B.C. man says.

Crown declines to prosecute B.C. RCMP officers who killed Indigenous man in 2021

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The B.C. Prosecution Service announced Tuesday that it is not pursuing charges against RCMP officers who shot and killed an Indigenous man in Campbell River, B.C., in 2021.

Undercover wildlife officer with UV-inked turtles nets $35K fine for Calgarian making illegal imports

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Two years after border officials discovered live turtles, turtle eggs and turtle husbandry items in packages marked as “children’s building blocks,” a Calgary man has been fined $35,000 after admitting to offences under little-known fede...

Canada's Kia Nurse hopes to inspire with WNBA exhibition in Edmonton

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Kia Nurse will lead the Los Angeles Sparks against the Seattle Storm at Edmonton's Rogers Place in a WNBA exhibition game on May 4.

Tesla's Q1 net income down 55% year over year

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Tesla's first-quarter net income plummeted 55 per cent, but its stock price surged in after-hours trading Tuesday as the company said it would accelerate the production of new, more affordable vehicles.

Canadian women's soccer to host Mexico twice before title defence at Paris Olympics

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The Canadian women's soccer team will play two matches against CONCACAF rivals Mexico on home soil in June before turning their focus to the Paris Olympics where they will look to successfully defend their gold medal.

Bluey's surprise new episode was based on this dad's chaotic family camping trip

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When Stuart Heritage agreed to play two separate games with each of his children simultaneously, it left him exhausted, confused, and hiding in the bathroom. But that afternoon of parental chaos also landed him a credit on his favourite ...

UN rights chief calls for independent investigation as more bodies recovered from Gaza mass graves

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The United Nations human rights chief on Tuesday said he was horrified by reports of the discovery of hundreds of bodies in mass graves at two medical facilities in Gaza and called for an independent investigation into the deaths and des...

Trudeau says Sask. residents will keep getting carbon rebate

Prime Minister Justin Trudeau told reporters in Saskatoon on Tuesday that Saskatchewan people will continue to receive the federal carbon rebate.
Prime Minister Justin Trudeau said Saskatchewan people will still receive their full carbon rebate payments, even though the provincial government is not remitting the carbon tax on home heating to Ottawa.

Women's sports are having a moment, but sexism is still holding back success

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Redevelopment plans in question after historic Edmonton air hangar gutted by fire

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Edmonton's Hangar 11 property redevelopment project is facing an uncertain future after a historic building on the city's old airfield was destroyed by fire.

Eerie, orange skies engulf Athens as dust clouds blow in from Africa

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Skies over southern Greece turned an orange hue on Tuesday as dust clouds blown across the Mediterranean Sea from North Africa engulfed the Acropolis and other Athens landmarks.

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