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  • Prince’s death: Key players in investigation and aftermath
    MINNEAPOLIS – Prince was found dead of an accidental overdose of the powerful painkiller fentanyl on April 21, 2016. Several key people had contact with Prince before his death, and were involved in the investigation that followed. Here are some of the key names in the case: KIRK JOHNSON Kirk… ... more
    680News -World5 hours ago
  • Democrats see Wisconsin as proving ground for party revival
    PARDEEVILLE, Wis. – Margo Miller thanked her hosts, covered herself in a blue poncho and headed back into the driving sleet Saturday morning, with more doors to knock in this rural subdivision but with another new volunteer’s name on her clipboard. Miller and about 50 other Democratic activists who braved… ... more
    680News -World5 hours ago
  • AP News in Brief at 12:09 a.m. EDT
    Trump says unless NKorea summit ‘fruitful’ he’ll pull out WASHINGTON (AP) — President Donald Trump said Wednesday that although he’s looking ahead optimistically to a historic summit meeting with North Korean leader Kim Jong Un he could still pull out if he feels it’s “not going to be fruitful.” Trump… ... more
    680News -World5 hours ago
  • Minnesota prosecutors plan announcement on Prince death
    Prosecutors in the Minnesota county where Prince died will announce a decision Thursday on criminal charges following a two-year investigation into the musician’s death from an accidental fentanyl overdose. Carver County Attorney Mark Metz was scheduled to announce at 11:30 a.m. Thursday whether anyone would be charged. Prince was 57 when he was… ... more
    680News -10Ment6 hours ago
  • Minnesota prosecutors plan announcement on Prince death
    Prosecutors in the Minnesota county where Prince died will announce a decision Thursday on criminal charges following a two-year investigation into the musician’s death from an accidental fentanyl overdose. Carver County Attorney Mark Metz was scheduled to announce at 11:30 a.m. Thursday whether anyone would be charged. Prince was 57 when he was… ... more
    680News -World6 hours ago
  • Empty stroller in Quebec City leads police to body of 2-year...
    QUEBEC CITY, Que. – Police in Quebec City say the body of a child found Wednesday afternoon is that of a two-year girl reported missing earlier in the day. The body of Rosalie Gagnon was discovered outdoors near a home in the city’s Charlesbourg district and she was pronounced dead… ... more
    680News6 hours ago
  • NASA’s Tess spacecraft embarks on quest to find new planet...
    CAPE CANAVERAL, Fla. – NASA’s Tess spacecraft embarked Wednesday on a quest to find new worlds around neighbouring stars that could support life. Tess rode a SpaceX Falcon rocket through the evening sky, aiming for an orbit stretching all the way to the moon. The satellite — the Transiting Exoplanet… ... more
    680News -World7 hours ago
  • LeBron scores 46, Cavaliers hold off Pacers to even series
    CLEVELAND – The situation was dire, requiring dominance. LeBron James delivered. No surprise there. Taking matters into his own hands, James scored 46 points and added 12 rebounds as the Cleveland Cavaliers bounced back from a poor performance in the series opener by holding off the Indiana Pacers 100-97 on… ... more
    680News -World8 hours ago
  • AP Explains: The fiscal hijinks of North Korea’s new budge...
    TOKYO – Imagine a national budget that reflects steady growth, gives a healthy boost to science and technology while reserving big slices of the overall pie to defence and social spending. It’s generous with infrastructure improvements, and is certain of unquestioning, unanimous approval in parliament. North Korea’s Supreme People’s Assembly… ... more
    680News -World8 hours ago
  • Real-life ‘gladiator’ salutes ‘Scandal,’ show she in...
    LOS ANGELES, Calif. – Olivia Pope’s journey comes to an end Thursday on “Scandal,” but real-life Washington power players and others remain in need of a determined “gladiator” to rescue them from crises. Enter Judy Smith, who inspired the ABC drama and remains in the thick of politics and Hollywood.… ... more
    680News -World10 hours ago
  • 10 Things to Know for Thursday
    Your daily look at late-breaking news, upcoming events and the stories that will be talked about Thursday: 1. ‘A FEW PASSENGERS WERE VERY STRONG’ The terrifying string of events on Southwest Flight 1380 brought out acts of bravery among passengers and crew — and drew praise for the pilot who… ... more
    680News -World10 hours ago
  • Editorial Roundup: Excerpts from recent editorials
    Excerpts from recent editorials in the United States and abroad: ___ April 16 The Philadelphia Inquirer on the arrest of two black men at Starbucks: It’s notable that both Facebook and Starbucks, two mega-giants of what has been called the new economy, have had public comeuppances within days of each… ... more
    680News -World10 hours ago
  • AP Was There: The fiery end of the standoff in Waco, Texas
    WACO, Texas – Around 6 a.m. on April 19, 1993, FBI agents moved in to end a 51-day standoff with the Branch Davidian religious sect near Waco, Texas, ramming holes in the group’s compound with armoured vehicles and spraying tear gas inside. About six hours later, smoke poured from the… ... more
    680News -World11 hours ago
  • Kinder Morgan CEO says recent events confirm Trans Mountain ...
    CALGARY – The CEO of Kinder Morgan says events in recent days have reinforced his concerns about the viability of the Trans Mountain oil pipeline expansion project. “It’s become clear this particular investment may be untenable for a private party to undertake. The events of the last 10 days have… ... more
    680News -Biz11 hours ago
  • West Virginia editorial roundup
    Recent editorials from West Virginia newspapers: ___ April 18 The Charleston Daily Mail on the West Virginia Supreme Court: The more we learn about the goings on at the West Virginia Supreme Court of Appeals, the worse it seems to get. The latest is from a state government audit that… ... more
    680News -World11 hours ago
  • Man accused of killing B.C. student is psychotic, delusional...
    NEW WESTMINSTER, B.C. – A psychiatrist treating a man accused of stabbing two girls at an Abbotsford, B.C., high school says he believes his patient has schizophrenia, is psychotic and experiencing delusions. Dr. Marcel Hediger told a B.C. Supreme Court hearing that Gabriel Klein also told him he killed one… ... more
    680News11 hours ago
  • Ex-Playboy model settles lawsuit over alleged Trump affair
    LOS ANGELES, Calif. – A former Playboy model who said she had a 10-month affair with President Donald Trump settled her lawsuit Wednesday with a supermarket tabloid over an agreement that prohibited her from discussing the relationship publicly. Karen McDougal’s settlement with the company that owns the National Enquirer “restores… ... more
    680News -10Ment11 hours ago
  • Bernier to ‘postpone indefinitely’ book critical of Tor...
    Conservative MP Maxime Bernier announced Wednesday he has indefinitely postponed the publication of his new book in which he criticizes party leader Andrew Scheer. “After consideration, for the sake of maintaining harmony within our party, I have decided to postpone its publication indefinitely,” Bernier wrote on Twitter. The book contained… ... more
    680News12 hours ago
  • Bernier to ‘postpone indefinitely’ publication of book ...
    OTTAWA – Conservative MP Maxime Bernier announced Wednesday he has indefinitely postponed the publication of his new book in which he criticizes party leader Andrew Scheer. “After consideration, for the sake of maintaining harmony within our party, I have decided to postpone its publication indefinitely,” Bernier wrote on Twitter. The… ... more
    680News12 hours ago
  • Police confirm fleeing suspect shot dead by RCMP was Calgary...
    CALGARY – Police have confirmed that a fleeing suspect who was shot dead by RCMP last month was the killer of a woman found in a Calgary backyard a few days earlier. Investigators say they are no longer looking into the death of 22-year-old Nadia El-Dib. They say Adam Bettahar… ... more
    680News12 hours ago
  • Judge: Kansas secretary of state in contempt in voting case
    KANSAS CITY, Kan. – A federal judge says Kansas Secretary of State Kris Kobach violated her order that some voters were eligible to cast a ballot while a lawsuit challenging a state law requiring proof of U.S. citizenship worked its way through the courts. U.S. District Judge Julie Robinson found… ... more
    680News -World12 hours ago
  • Canada’s oldest blood donor says busy mind, vitamins helpe...
    VANCOUVER – Beatrice Janyk credits vitamins, twelve hours of sleep a day, and a busy mind, for allowing her to donate blood regularly for most of the last seven decades. At 95 years old, Canadian Blood Services says Janyk is the country’s oldest blood donor. She made her first donation… ... more
    680News12 hours ago
  • Miss America pageant gets funding to stay in Atlantic City
    ATLANTIC CITY, N.J. – New Jersey officials have approved $4.3 million in state subsidies to keep the 2019 Miss America pageant in Atlantic City. The state Casino Reinvestment Development Authority approved the funding Tuesday after months of uncertainty over the pageant’s future. The Press of Atlantic City reports that the… ... more
    680News -World12 hours ago
  • Health committee cheers idea of national pharmacare program,...
    A parliamentary committee is recommending that prescription medications be publicly funded across Canada under a universal pharmacare program. After two years of work that included hearing from 99 witnesses, the House of Commons health committee says it believes a national pharmacare program would deliver better health care for Canadians at… ... more
    680News12 hours ago
  • Crown calls final witness, closes its case against Nicholas ...
    HALIFAX – After three weeks of evidence, the Crown has closed its case against a Halifax law school graduate accused in the violent death of his girlfriend, Kristin Johnston. Nicholas Butcher, charged with second-degree murder, was arrested after the body of the Montreal-born yoga instructor was found in her Halifax-area… ... more
    680News12 hours ago
  • A boom, a whoosh of air and then terror on Southwest Flight ...
    There was a loud boom, and the plane started shaking violently. Air whooshed through the cabin, and snow-like debris floated down the aisle as oxygen masks dropped from the ceiling. Some passengers wondered if they would ever hug their children again. At least one bought in-flight Wi-Fi as the jet… ... more
    680News -World12 hours ago
  • On opening day of Tribeca, De Niro directs his ire at Trump
    NEW YORK, N.Y. – As the curtain is going up on the 17th Tribeca Film Festival, Robert De Niro is using the spotlight to direct all his ire at President Donald Trump. At a kickoff luncheon for the festival Wednesday, he referred to Trump as “our Lowlife-in-Chief” and said he… ... more
    680News -10Ment12 hours ago
  • Quebecer who caused flight to return to Montreal ordered to ...
    MONTREAL – A Montreal-area man whose aggressive behaviour forced a Cuba-bound aircraft to return to Canada under a U.S. miltary escort last summer has been ordered to pay more than $17,450. Charalabos Nassios had pleaded guilty to charges of assault, mischief and uttering threats related to a July 2017 disturbance… ... more
    680News12 hours ago
  • B.C. to spend $1.9 billion to help build rental housing over...
    VICTORIA – British Columbia’s government is investing $1.9 billion over the next 10 years to help build 14,000 affordable homes for renters. Premier John Horgan says fixing the housing crisis in the province isn’t just about ownership, but making sure that those who rent can find and afford homes where… ... more
    680News13 hours ago
  • Kristen Stewart, Ava DuVernay to serve on the Cannes jury
    NEW YORK, N.Y. – Kristen Stewart and Ava DuVernay will serve on the Cannes Film Festival jury that is being led by Cate Blanchett. The French film festival Wednesday announced the jury that will choose the Palme d’Or winner at the 71st Cannes. Also serving are filmmaker Denis Villeneuve, French… ... more
    680News -World13 hours ago
  • Nova Scotia legislature wraps sitting that passed education ...
    HALIFAX – The Nova Scotia legislature wrapped its spring sitting Wednesday with the government getting flack from the opposition on health care and on how it handled a breach of its freedom-of-information web portal. In the final question period of a session that began Feb. 27, the government was peppered… ... more
    680News13 hours ago
  • Quebec man facing four years in Cuban prison after boating a...
    MONTREAL – A lawyer for a Quebec man who has been convicted of criminal negligence in Cuba for accidentally killing a fellow tourist says the Canadian government has done nothing to help his client. Julius Grey says Toufik Benhamiche was on a boat tour in July 2017 when he lost… ... more
    680News13 hours ago
  • Doug Ford promises to cut Ontario’s corporate income tax t...
    Ontario’s Progressive Conservatives promised Wednesday to cut the provincial corporate income tax if they win the spring election, saying the move would stimulate job growth and boost the economy. Newly minted Tory Leader Doug Ford said his party would cut the rate from the current 11.5 per cent to 10.5… ... more
    680News -Local13 hours ago
  • Nanny who killed kids, pleaded insanity convicted of murder
    NEW YORK, N.Y. – A nanny who stabbed two children to death at their home while their mother was taking a sibling to a swimming lesson and their father was out of town was convicted of murder on Wednesday despite her claims she was too mentally ill to be held… ... more
    680News -World13 hours ago
  • Man arrested after multiple sexual assaults on Dufferin TTC ...
    Toronto police have arrested a 47-year-old man in connection with a series of sexual assaults on the Dufferin TTC bus. Police allege the first assault happened on April 10 around 5:30 p.m.when the man stood behind a 15-year-old girl on the bus and sexually assaulted her. The next day, between 5… ... more
    680News -Local13 hours ago
  • Parkland students David and Lauren Hogg have book deal
    NEW YORK, N.Y. – Two students who survived the deadly mass shooting this year at a Florida high school have a book deal. Siblings David and Lauren Hogg are working on “#NEVERAGAIN: A New Generation Draws the Line.” Random House announced Wednesday that the book would come out June 5… ... more
    680News -10Ment13 hours ago
  • Carr says pipeline expansion will add just one more tanker a...
    OTTAWA – Natural Resources Minister Jim Carr says the Trans Mountain pipeline will only increase tanker traffic off the coast of British Columbia by one ship a day, downplaying the risks raised by environmental critics of the project. Speaking following the weekly Liberal caucus meeting today, Carr said he has… ... more
    680News14 hours ago
  • Carr downplays tanker traffic risk, says legislation not dev...
    OTTAWA – The federal Liberal government hasn’t yet “landed” on its promised legislative option to push the Trans Mountain pipeline expansion forward, says Natural Resources Minister Jim Carr. Justin Trudeau’s government is “actively pursuing” legislation that will reassert Canada’s constitutional authority to build and expand pipelines, the prime minister promised… ... more
    680News -Biz14 hours ago
  • A boom, a whoosh of air and then terror on Flight 1380
    PHILADELPHIA – There was a loud boom, and the plane started shaking violently. Air whooshed through the cabin, and snow-like debris floated down the aisle as oxygen masks dropped from the ceiling. Some passengers wondered if they would ever hug their children again. At least one bought in-flight Wi-Fi as… ... more
    680News -World14 hours ago
  • Trudeau government rejects Liberal MPs’ call for decrimina...
    OTTAWA – The Trudeau government is rejecting a call from its own backbenchers to decriminalize all illicit drug use in Canada — just days before Liberals are set to debate the idea at a national convention in Halifax. A so-called priority resolution put forward by the national Liberal caucus for… ... more
    680News14 hours ago
  • Alberta government makes Legal Aid lawyers available at bail...
    CALGARY – The Alberta government is making Legal Aid lawyers available at first appearance bail hearings. It says the measure will reduce court backlogs and help Albertans understand their rights. Currently, many people accused of crimes represent themselves during the bail process. The duty counsel will provide advice and may… ... more
    680News14 hours ago
  • Man arrested after random, unprovoked attacks on 5 women: po...
    Toronto police have arrested a 24-year-old man in connection with several attacks on women in the downtown core. Police allege the man threw a rock at two different women, striking them in the back, near Yonge and Wellesley streets just after 8 a.m. last Thursday. On Friday, the same man… ... more
    680News -Local14 hours ago
  • Review to assess treatment of Inuit children in N.L. child p...
    ST. JOHN’S, N.L. – An independent review into the treatment of Inuit children and youth in Newfoundland and Labrador’s child welfare system will be led by the province’s child and youth advocate. The Nunatsiavut Government announced today in a news release that Jackie Lake Kavanagh will report findings by March… ... more
    680News14 hours ago
  • 3 men convicted in Kansas plot to bomb Somali refugees
    WICHITA, Kan. – A federal jury on Wednesday found three men guilty of plotting to bomb a mosque and apartment complex housing Somali refugees in Kansas. Patrick Stein, Gavin Wright and Curtis Allen were convicted of one count of conspiracy to use a weapon of mass destruction and one count… ... more
    680News -World14 hours ago
  • Groups partner to increase lagging US orchestra diversity
    NEW YORK, N.Y. – Hoping to increase diversity in American orchestras, the Andrew W. Mellon Foundation is making a $1.8 million grant over four years to three organizations joining together for a new initiative. The League of American Orchestras, the New World Symphony and The Sphinx Organization, a Detroit-based group… ... more
    680News -10Ment14 hours ago
  • Trump’s actions and threats involving tariffs, at a glance
    WASHINGTON – President Donald Trump has followed through on his campaign pledge to crack down on what he has argued are unfair policies by America’s trading partners. In the past four months, Trump has slapped tariffs on a range of imports to the United States. And he is threatening to… ... more
    680News -World15 hours ago
  • Flooded Alberta First Nation working on making roads passabl...
    SIKSIKA, Alta. – A First Nation east of Calgary is working on making roads passable as many rural areas of southern Alberta contend with overland flooding. The Siksika Nation declared a week-long state of local emergency on Monday that could be extended if the flooding persists. It has said more… ... more
    680News15 hours ago
  • Aging death row: Is executing old or infirm inmates cruel?
    MONTGOMERY, Ala. – Vernon Madison has spent decades on Alabama’s death row. Now 67, Madison has suffered from strokes and dementia and his lawyers say he no longer recalls the crime that put him there: the 1985 killing of a police officer. His speech is slurred, he suffers from confusion,… ... more
    680News -World15 hours ago
  • A look at Bill Cosby’s testimony about quaaludes
    NORRISTOWN, Pa. – Jurors at Bill Cosby’s sexual assault retrial on Wednesday heard his damaging testimony about giving a sedative to women before sex. Cosby, who was deposed in 2005 and 2006 as part of his chief accuser’s civil suit, was asked about quaaludes, a 1970s party drug that’s been… ... more
    680News -10Ment15 hours ago
  • Professional wrestling great Bruno Sammartino dies at 82
    He was professional wrestling’s ultimate good guy. The son of Italian immigrants, Bruno Sammartino fled the Nazis as a child and built a career beating a string of bad guys that thrilled fans and made him reign as the conscientious champ for more than a decade. Before the flash of… ... more
    680News -10Ment15 hours ago
  • Sting and Shaggy on their unlikely, ‘joyful’ collaborati...
    TORONTO – Sting and Shaggy are on the phone, joking about ways to combine their names as they promote their new album, “44/876,” out Friday. “Shingy, Stingy,” proposes Sting, prompting a howl from Shaggy. “There are many variants there.” Despite initial appearances, the Jamaican dancehall star and the English rock… ... more
    680News -10Ment15 hours ago
  • City of Vancouver one step closer to allowing liquor sales i...
    VANCOUVER – The City of Vancouver is moving to allow the sale of liquor in grocery stores. Councillors voted Tuesday to approve zoning bylaw amendments that will permit grocery stores to sell liquor. The city says in a news release that qualified grocery outlets will be allowed to sell liquor… ... more
    680News -Biz15 hours ago
  • From shelter to castle: The ‘fairy tale’ of Meghan Markl...
    A dog adopted from an Ontario rescue home has proved to be of royal pedigree after having been whisked off to the United Kingdom to live with owner Meghan Markle and Prince Harry. When Guy the beagle came to A Dog’s Dream Rescue in Oakville, founder Dolores Doherty said she wanted to… ... more
    680News -Local16 hours ago
  • Illinois youth tackle football ban dead for now
    SPRINGFIELD, Ill. – The sponsor of a proposal to ban Illinois children younger than 12 from playing tackle football told The Associated Press on Wednesday that the measure aimed at delaying the effects of helmet-banging head trauma lacks the votes to pass this session. Rep. Carol Sente, a Vernon Hills… ... more
    680News -World16 hours ago
  • Daughter of Quebec mosque victim expresses incomprehension a...
    QUEBEC – The daughter of one of the victims of Quebec City’s mosque shooting says her family left Algeria to avoid terrorist attacks, only to fall victim to violence in Canada. Megda Belkacemi testified in court today her family hasn’t been the same since her father Khaled Belkacemi was gunned… ... more
    680News16 hours ago
  • No need for new law on border searches of smartphones, compu...
    OTTAWA – The federal public safety minister is rejecting a call from MPs to spell out explicitly in law when and how border agents can search travellers’ smartphones and other electronic devices at the border. Under current policy, Canada Border Services Agency officers cannot routinely examine devices and there must… ... more
    680News16 hours ago
  • Humboldt Broncos forward Conner Lukan remembered as a leader...
    SLAVE LAKE, Alta. – A funeral is underway for a Humboldt Broncos forward who’s being described as a great leader on the ice and an even greater guy off it. Conner Lukan, who was 21, was one of 16 people who died after a transport truck and the Saskatchewan junior… ... more
    680News16 hours ago
  • House committee to deliver recommendations on national pharm...
    OTTAWA – A House of Commons committee is to deliver its recommendations today on how it believes the government should move forward on a national pharmacare plan. The health committee will table a report entitled, “Pharmacare Now: Prescription medicine coverage for all Canadians.” The details of the report have not… ... more
    680News16 hours ago
  • Tension grows between Quebec and federal government over asy...
    QUEBEC – Quebec Premier Philippe Couillard is criticizing Ottawa’s response to the province’s request for more money and resources to deal with an influx of asylum seekers. Couillard says he is very dissatisfied with a letter from federal Immigration Minister Ahmed Hussen in which he tells Quebec that Ottawa is… ... more
    680News16 hours ago
  • Shortage of EpiPens to treat severe allergic reactions has c...
    TORONTO – Pauline Osena knows how crucial it is to have EpiPens close at hand for her two young sons, who are at risk of life-threatening anaphylaxis because of multiple food allergies. So it’s no surprise that the latest short supply of the emergency rescue medication — an auto-injectable device… ... more
    680News16 hours ago
  • Ottawa publishes final bail-in banking rules to avoid taxpay...
    OTTAWA – Ottawa has laid out its final regulations for banks aimed at avoiding the use of taxpayer dollars to bail out financial institutions in the unlikely event of a failure. Under the so-called bail-in regime, authorities could convert certain kinds of unsecured, long-term debt of a failing lender into… ... more
    680News -Biz16 hours ago
  • Review: The prank-loving cops of ‘Super Troopers’ return
    A goofy sense of inconsequentiality is an underappreciated trait in comedies. There’s an abiding charm to movies so low in their stakes and so loose in their order that they feel as if at any moment they might fall apart. Films like “Caddyshack” and “Monty Python and the Holy Grail”… ... more
    680News -World16 hours ago
  • Ontario Premier Wynne calls Ford a ‘bully,’ says he’s ...
    Ontario Premier Kathleen Wynne says her Tory opponent is just like U.S. President Donald Trump, calling Doug Ford a bully and a coward who “traffics in smears and lies.” Wynne pushed back Wednesday when asked about comments Ford made a day earlier in which he suggested some Liberals could face… ... more
    680News -Local17 hours ago
  • Minnesota prosecutors plan announcement on Prince death
    MINNEAPOLIS – Prosecutors in the Minnesota county where Prince died will announce a decision Thursday on criminal charges following a two-year investigation into the musician’s death from an accidental fentanyl overdose. Carver County Attorney Mark Metz was scheduled to announce at 11:30 a.m. Thursday whether anyone would be charged. Prince… ... more
    680News -10Ment17 hours ago
  • Ontario Premier Wynne calls Ford a ‘bully,’ says he’s ...
    TORONTO – Ontario Premier Kathleen Wynne says her Tory opponent is just like U.S. President Donald Trump, calling Doug Ford a bully and a coward who “traffics in smears and lies.” Wynne pushed back Wednesday when asked about comments Ford made a day earlier in which he suggested some Liberals… ... more
    680News17 hours ago
  • Queen to welcome Commonwealth leaders as group seeks mission
    LONDON – The flags of more than 50 nations are flying outside Buckingham Palace as Queen Elizabeth II prepares to welcome leaders from the Commonwealth, an international club with an eclectic membership, an identity problem and an uncertain future. The Commonwealth, an association of the U.K. and its former colonies,… ... more
    680News -World17 hours ago
  • B.C. says it will file pipeline reference case in Appeal Cou...
    VICTORIA – Environment Minister George Heyman says British Columbia will take its Trans Mountain pipeline reference case to court by April 30. Heyman says the government will file its legal action over the issue of jurisdiction in the pipeline dispute in B.C.’s Court of Appeal, the highest court available for… ... more
    680News17 hours ago
  • B.C. says it will file pipeline reference case in Appeal Cou...
    VICTORIA – British Columbia will file its Trans Mountain pipeline reference case with the court by April 30, but the government can’t say if a ruling will come in time for Kinder Morgan’s deadline for certainty. Attorney General David Eby said Wednesday the province will take its case to the… ... more
    680News -Biz17 hours ago
  • Police likely to have ‘more to say’ in teen’s alleged ...
    HALIFAX – Halifax police say they will likely have “more to say” about a case involving a 19-year-old man who has denied he had malicious intent when he downloaded files from a government website. Last Wednesday, Supt. Jim Perrin said the young man was arrested during a search and given… ... more
    680News17 hours ago
  • The N.B. retiree whose border-beer battle could change Confe...
    FREDERICTON – A New Brunswick retiree who just wanted to buy cheaper suds is about to find out if his 2012 beer run to Quebec will change the nature of Confederation. The Supreme Court of Canada is to make a key ruling Thursday on interprovincial trade, in a case that… ... more
    680News17 hours ago
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