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'Like a warzone:' People evacuated as fires burn through Manitoba city's downtown

'Like a warzone:' People evacuated as fires burn through Manitoba city's downtown

BRANDON, Man. — Leanne Marlow saw the flames engulf the building across the street from her Brandon, Man., apartment before the smoke alarm started to ring throughout her building.

Lower Fraser on alert, Boundary looks to begin recovery from B.C. floods

GRAND FORKS, B.C. — As efforts begin to shift from response to recovery in some British Columbia communities already gutted by flooding, hundreds of people in other areas of the province are ready to evacuate their homes at a moment's notice.

PC Leader Doug Ford hammered over alleged data theft; police probe urged

SAULT STE MARIE, Ont. — The rookie leader of Ontario's poll-leading Progressive Conservatives came under concerted attack on Saturday over allegations his candidates for next month's election might have used stolen data to further their cause.
Montreal designer creates 'elegant' look for Jessica Mulroney at royal wedding

Montreal designer creates 'elegant' look for Jessica Mulroney at royal wedding

MONTREAL — A Montreal designer says seeing her custom dress on tastemaker Jessica Mulroney at the royal wedding was a wonderful experience, and it's giving her brand an international boost.
Canadian families among throngs of royal fans camping out for glimpse of newlyweds

Canadian families among throngs of royal fans camping out for glimpse of newlyweds

WINDSOR, United Kingdom — Intense security measures, massive crowds, jet lag and an hours-long wait did nothing to stop ardent Canadian royal fans from doing everything they could to witness the lavish, star-studded wedding of Prince Harry and Meghan
Canadians celebrate mix of pageantry, modern twists in royal wedding

Canadians celebrate mix of pageantry, modern twists in royal wedding

As the freshly minted Duke and Duchess of Sussex embark on married life together, many Canadians said the fledgling royal union also marks a new chapter for the monarchy.
Ontario NDP leader wouldn't introduce corner store sale of beer and wine

Ontario NDP leader wouldn't introduce corner store sale of beer and wine

THUNDER BAY, Ont. — The current system of restricted retail beer and wine sales in Ontario works well and is socially responsible, New Democrat Leader Andrea Horwath said Saturday. Campaigning in Thunder Bay, Ont.
Quebec protesters block St-Bernard-de-Lacolle border crossing

Quebec protesters block St-Bernard-de-Lacolle border crossing

SAINT-BERNARD-DE-LACOLLE, Que. — Protesters blocked access to a major Quebec-New York border crossing Saturday afternoon near where thousands of asylum seekers have crossed the border irregularly in recent months.
Mulroney twins capture hearts during page boys duties at royal wedding

Mulroney twins capture hearts during page boys duties at royal wedding

Seven-year-old Canadian twins Brian and John Mulroney are capturing Internet hearts following their star turn as page boys at the royal wedding. A photo of one the gap-toothed boys grinning widely as he carried Meghan Markle's veil into St.
Contest seeks ideas for new federal laws, MP to turn winner into private bill

Contest seeks ideas for new federal laws, MP to turn winner into private bill

OTTAWA — Ever been confronted with a situation and thought to yourself: "There should be a law against that?" If so, Nathan Cullen has a contest for you.