Tue, 19 Feb 2019

Twitter CEO may participate in international 'fake news' hearing

Ottawa [Canada] Feb 19 (ANI): Twitter CEO Jack Dorsey could be participating in the International Grand Committee (IGC), which is ...

Depression may speed brain aging: research

PanARMENIAN.Net - Memory and thinking skills naturally slow with age but now scientists are peeking inside living brains to tell ...

Eat Smart brand Sweet Kale Salad Bags recalled for possible Listeria contamination

The Canadian Food Inspection Agency (CFIA) has issued a food recall for Eat Smart brand Sweet Kale Vegetable Salad Bag ...

City hoping to reduce carbon footprint with potential purchase of electric vehicles Winnipeg

Winnipeg is going down the road of electrifying vehicles within its city-owned fleet to reduce its carbon footprint. ...

Veteran and Indigenous elder, Joseph Meconse dies at 77 Winnipeg

Joseph Meconse, a veteran and prominent Indigenous elder died suddenly Sunday at 77. ...

Want to live longer? Start exercising more, study says

Those who believe that age is just a number may be right, according to a new study that suggests exercise ...

'No Way Norway': Musical moose war wages on Regina

The international moose battle between Moose Jaw and Norway wages on. ...

Winter weather warms slightly as skating returns to Waskimo Regina

For the first time in 16 years, people were able to skate on Wascana Lake as part of Waskimo this ...

Pro-pipeline protest convoy approaches Ottawa after rolling across country

A convoy of angry Albertans and other westerners rolls into Ottawa Tuesday for a mass protest against federal energy and ...

Women more likely to experience bad outcomes from aortic surgery: study

A new Canadian study reveals a shocking trend for women undergoing a certain type of heart surgery: they are much ...

Manitoba mother searching for answers after daughter dies while on vacation Winnipeg

A Manitoba mother is looking for answers after her daughter died mysteriously during an all-inclusive trip together. ...

One man arrested in connection to domestic incident involving apartment fire, say RCMP Winnipeg

RCMP in Portage la Prairie, Man., have arrested and charged a suspect in connection with a serious domestic incident that ...

Police investigating report of youths fighting at Manitoba hockey game Winnipeg

The Manitoba RCMP is investigating a report that several youths were fighting during a hockey game between Stonewall and Peguis ...

Manitoba school divisions testing technology to boost brightness of bus signs Winnipeg

Some Manitoba school divisions are testing a new product which aims to make school buses more visible on the roadway. ...

Judge failed to consider young man's Indigenous heritage: P.E.I. Appeal Court Winnipeg

An appeal court has found that a judge mistakenly failed to consider the Cree background of a drug trafficker who ...

Trudeau's principal secretary Gerald Butts resigns, denies any SNC-Lavalin wrongdoing

Prime Minister Justin Trudeau's principal secretary and longtime friend Gerald Butts has resigned from one of the highest positions within ...

Recall issued for Medline Industries skin cream Winnipeg

A recall has been issued by Health Canada for certain bottles of skin cream after the product was found to ...

Family due for deportation no longer forced to leave Winnipeg

On a cold February morning, Luiz Rodriguez Bonito was supposed to be flying off to sunny Portugal. ...

Saying sorry: CN apologizes to Manitoba rancher for oil spill after derailment Winnipeg

A top CN executive telephoned a Manitoba rancher on Monday to apologize after one of the company's trains derailed and ...

Avoid cough-cold products with opioids for kids and teens, Health Canada advises Winnipeg

Health Canada says children and adolescents under age 18 should not use cough and cold products that contain opioids. ...

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Japanese, Chinese and Australian shares rise Tuesday

SYDNEY, Australia - Stocks in Asia were broadly higher on Tuesday, adding to gains of a day earlier. In Hong ...

Business community in Ireland urged to prepare for Brexit

DUBLIN, Ireland - Ireland has begun warning businesses to start preparing for Brexit. Businesses are being urged to contact their ...

U.S. stocks trade higher, Dow gains 1.74%

NEW YORK, New York, Wall Street was upbeat on Mon day, in a good start to the week. Optimism about ...

Saudi crown prince kicks off Asian tour with $20b kicker for Pakistan

ISLAMABAD, Pakistan - Saudi Arabia has agreed to invest an intial $20 billion in Pakistan, and plans to invest much ...

Greenback takes a hit in Asia

SYDNEY, Australia - The U.S. dollar fell sharply against all the major currencies in Asia on Monday. The euro regained ...

Turkey moves to ease tightening credit environment

ANKARA, Turkey - The Central Bank of the Republic of Turkey has lowered reserve requirement ratios to improve liquidity in ...

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