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Collision closes Highway 1 near Bridal Falls

A collision involving a tractor trailer led to the closure of Highway 1 near Bridal Falls in both directions on Monday morning.

Officials said the tractor trailer lost its brakes and jack knifed; no other vehicles were involved. 63 more words


Judge finds Toronto airport screening officer's security clearance 'unreasonably revoked'

A woman who lost her job at Toronto’s Pearson International Airport because of her family’s alleged links to organized crime could have her security clearance restored after a federal judge found it had been unreasonably revoked. 685 more words


Go Pikachu

So I hope no one judges me too hard for this picture, but the other day we were on exchanges and we walked past this Anglican church which had this sign out front. 611 more words

Prime Minister Justin Trudeau leaves for first official visit to China

OTTAWA — More than four decades after his father first began paving the way in the 1970s, Prime Minister Justin Trudeau embarked Monday on his first official visit to China, with both countries keen to forge ever-stronger economic ties. 700 more words


Peggy Ann Smith, grandmother killed in Toronto shooting, remembered as 'sweet soul'

Peggy Ann Smith, who was affectionately known as “Nanny Peggy” to many children in a small corner of Riverdale, is being fondly remembered by friends and family after the 61-year-old grandmother was shot and killed Saturday evening. 605 more words


A better late than ever.

Weird excuse for my lateness at work today.

It all started out so well. My girlfriend left early and I managed to fall back to a restful sleep. 655 more words


British Columbia & Alberta Adventures

Vancouver Vacationer

After a trying start to my time in Canada (being sick on the plane and getting lost on the crazy motorways, almost driving to the US border), things turned around and I had some great experiences in Vancouver. 1,348 more words