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Ontario minister apologizes after daycare clash

Reduce the font size of the article Enlarge the font of the article An Ontario government minister has apologized, saying she suffered a medical emergency while driving that caused her to crash into a local daycare center. In a statement Wednesday evening, Minister of Environment, Conservation and Parks Andrea Khanjin said she crashed her car into a local business while …

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Trump shooter used ‘mechanical device’ to climb onto roof, may have had collapsible stock: FBI

Thomas Crooks, the gunman who killed one person and wounded Republican presidential candidate Donald Trump on July 13, may have had a collapsible weapon in his possession, FBI Director Christopher Wray told lawmakers on Capitol Hill on Wednesday. Wray stressed to the House Judiciary Committee that it was not a definitive conclusion, as FBI agents and other law enforcement officials …

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A midwife told Sam to take Panadol for ‘intense back pain’. Her baby had to be resuscitated

Sam Hall said she wasn’t taken seriously during the traumatic birth of her son Koah in 2022. The 35-year-old First Nations woman said she had “a lot of problems” with her midwives and doctors from the beginning of her pregnancy. It was around 7pm on March 5th and Sam knew something was wrong when she felt a sharp pain in …

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Biden will deliver his first speech since dropping his re-election bid. What you need to know – National

US President Joe Biden will deliver his first public address since ending his campaign for a second term on Wednesday evening, in which he is expected to outline his rationale and goals for the remainder of his presidency. Biden will deliver a speech from the Oval Office at 8 p.m. Eastern Time, which will be televised on primetime. He will …

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Alarming influx of Nazi paraphernalia into Australia despite ban

According to the Department of Home Affairs, objects bearing Nazi symbols continue to flow into Australia despite a nationwide ban on the symbols being in place for six months. In its submission to a parliamentary inquiry into far-right movements in Australia, the department said the Australian Border Force had observed “an increasing volume of goods” containing images associated with nationalist …

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CrowdStrike says global technical outage was due to quality control error – National

Reduce the font size of the article Enlarge the font of the article A CrowdStrike CRWD.O software update that crashed computers worldwide last week across industries ranging from aviation to banking to healthcare was caused by a bug in the U.S. cybersecurity firm’s quality control mechanism, the company said on Wednesday. Friday’s outage was caused by a flaw in CrowdStrike’s …

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Thousands of people flock to Washington DC to protest Netanyahu’s speech to US Congress

Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu is scheduled to address the U.S. Congress on Wednesday. Some Democratic lawmakers are boycotting the event and protests are still expected in Washington over his administration’s hard-line stance on the Gaza war. Netanyahu has received a warm welcome from Republican lawmakers who arranged his speech in the House of Representatives, making him the first foreign …

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‘It feels like you’re dead’: By age 18, Jayden had been to police stations about 25 times

This article contains disturbing content and references to suicide. It’s a balmy winter morning when we meet Jayden Summerfield, an 18-year-old metalworker, in the shed where he works in Toowoomba, Queensland. Today he’s making beds for a new prison under construction near the country town of Gatton. “It feels a little ironic that I’m making stuff for prisons when I …

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Winnipeg Sea Bears clinch playoff spot for second straight year – Winnipeg

Reduce the font size of the article Enlarge the font of the article The Winnipeg Sea Bears are returning to the postseason for the second year in a row. The Sea Bears came from a two-game deficit on Tuesday to beat the Calgary Surge 111-104 to secure a spot in the playoffs. The Sea Bears trailed by as many as …

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Manitoba man wrongly charged by RCMP in child abuse case speaks out

A Manitoba man wants an apology from police after the RCMP wrongly named and charged him in connection with an alleged teenage sexual exploitation case in Portage la Prairie. Scott Joseph Taylor, 34, was one of seven people named in an RCMP news release following an investigation that found teenagers were lured into sex acts with men in exchange for …

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