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World-famous 'big and sexy' iceberg drifting from Newfoundland town, mayor says

FERRYLAND, N.L. — The world's most famous intact iceberg appears to be on the move. Ocean currents appear to be sweeping the colossal iceberg away from tiny Ferryland, N.L.

A by-the-numbers look at the federal program for extended EI benefits

OTTAWA — Last year's federal budget unveiled a program to help eligible workers in 12 regions of the country hard hit by a downturn in commodity prices. Three regions were added in May.
Notley says Canada will have lots of allies if Trump goes after energy trade

Notley says Canada will have lots of allies if Trump goes after energy trade

GUANGZHOU, China — Alberta Premier Rachel Notley says U.S. President Donald Trump is likely to have some unhappy supporters south of the border if he goes after Canadian energy with trade sanctions.

Clarification to April 20 realtor story.

TORONTO — An April 20 story by The Canadian Press said that realtors earn a commission of five per cent of a home's price. In fact, the commission is split between the buyer's agent and the seller's agent. The Canadian Press
Soaring prices draw influx of real estate agents, but they face stiff competition

Soaring prices draw influx of real estate agents, but they face stiff competition

TORONTO — Dave Hamilton was looking for a get-rich-quick scheme when got his realtor's licence in 2010. "My dad always said, 'If you're going to sell something, sell something expensive,'" said the Torontonian.

Halifax schools could acknowledge aboriginal territory in daily announcements

HALIFAX — The morning ritual for Halifax students may soon be expanded beyond the national anthem, to include a daily reminder that their school sits on traditional Mi'kmaq territory.
Rescheduled inquest into indigenous inmate's death in Saskatoon to go ahead

Rescheduled inquest into indigenous inmate's death in Saskatoon to go ahead

SASKATOON — A public inquest into the death of an inmate at the Saskatoon Regional Psychiatric Centre is to go ahead next month after a lengthy delay.
Four stories in the news today, April 24

Four stories in the news today, April 24

Four stories in the news for Monday, April 24 ——— TODDLER FOUND DEAD IN EDMONTON IDENTIFIED Family and friends are mourning online a toddler who was found dead outside a church in Edmonton last week. A Facebook group titled R.I.P.
Baby boomers not included in task force guidelines for hepatitis C screening

Baby boomers not included in task force guidelines for hepatitis C screening

TORONTO — The average Canadian adult does not need to be screened for infection with hepatitis C, a blood-borne virus that can in time cause cirrhosis or cancer of the liver, says a task force that develops practice guidelines for primary-care provid
Mudslinging continues as B.C. election approaches halfway mark

Mudslinging continues as B.C. election approaches halfway mark

VANCOUVER — Leaders of British Columbia's main political parties are continuing to take shots at each other's election promises and past performances as the campaign nears the halfway mark.