News bulletin 2022/07/31 07:09 (2023)

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    The Canadian Press

    MATCHDAY: Man United at Brentford; Lewandowski set for Barça

    A look at what’s happening in European soccer on Saturday: ENGLAND Manchester United visits Brentford after a 2-1 home loss to Brighton in its Premier League season opener last weekend. New manager Erik ten Hag hasn't said if Cristiano Ronaldo will start but the last thing the Dutchman wants is back-to-back losses before Liverpool visits Old Trafford the following week. Defending champion Manchester City hosts Bournemouth in one of the five afternoon kickoffs. Leeds visits Southampton after a 2-

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    The Canadian Press

    'Vote for Real': Quebec Liberal Party unveils election slogan

    MONTREAL — The Quebec Liberal Party (PLQ) has a new slogan: "Real issues. Real solutions." The tagline was announced Saturday by party leader Dominique Anglade during her opening speech at the 40th convention of the party's youth wing in Montreal, less than two months before the Oct. 3 provincial election. Anglade focused on cost-of-living issues, highlighting the dizzying rise of inflation, home prices and grocery bills. She accused Premier François Legault's Coalition Avenir Québec, which is l

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    The Canadian Press

    Teenagers rescue Dortmund with late 3-1 win in Freiburg

    BERLIN (AP) — Two teenagers helped Borussia Dortmund come from behind with late goals to beat host Freiburg 3-1 in the Bundesliga on Friday. Dortmund coach Edin Terzić’s substitutions all paid off as the 18-year-old Jamie Bynoe-Gittens equalized in the 77th minute and the 17-year-old Youssoufa Moukoko made it 2-1, four minutes before he set up Marius Wolf — yet another substitute — to seal the result in the 88th. It was the first time three different players who came on as substitutes scored for

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    The Canadian Press

    Rival Iraq protests underscore inter-Shiite power struggle

    BAGHDAD (AP) — Supporters of Iran-backed Shiite groups rallied in Baghdad on Friday to denounce their rivals, followers of an influential Shiite cleric who stormed the parliament last month and have since been holding a sit-in outside the assembly building in the Iraqi capital. The rivalry between the two sides shows the deep divisions within Iraq's Shiite community, which makes up about 60% of Iraq's population of over 40 million people. Unlike Iran-backed groups, cleric Muqtada al-Sadr wants b

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    B.C. food delivery app sued over hundreds of thousands in unpaid revenue to local restaurant

    A Victoria-based restaurant is suing a local food delivery app, alleging the company owes them hundreds of thousands of dollars in unpaid revenue. J&J Wonton Noodle House filed a statement of civil claim in June against the owners of Tutti, a Victoria-based food delivery app. The restaurant alleges that Tutti's parent company, KAVL Technology, and its CEO, Kaisa Aierkenowes, owe $220,775 in missed payments between April 2021 and May 2022. The company has not filed a statement of defence in court

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    The Canadian Press

    Kenney condemns controversial essay but links firestorm to slow news week

    Alberta Premier Jason Kenney condemned a controversial prize-winning essay that's been criticized for being sexist and racist during his provincewide radio call-in program, but also appeared to downplay the controversy it generated. The topic was the first that host Wayne Nelson raised during Saturday's show on CHQR and CHED, and Kenney responded there was "clearly a breakdown" in how the judges assessed the essays, adding they "screwed up." Nelson had noted in the opening of the program that wh

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    Taliban fire warning shots amid rare women's protest in Afghan capital

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    Peel police arrest 24 people after organized crime investigation

    Peel police have arrested 24 people, which they say has resulted in the dismantling of an organized crime group operating across southern Ontario. Police say the probe began earlier this year in the Peel Region and Greater Toronto Area, with funding help from the Ontario government. It expanded with the assistance of Canada Border Services Agency, the RCMP, the OPP, the Toronto Police Service, York Regional Police Service, Halton Regional Police Service, Peterborough Police Service, and Vancouve

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    Global experts give monkeypox variants new names

    Health experts through the World Health Organization (WHO) have come up with new names for the monkeypox disease, virus and variants using Roman numerals, according to a release sent Friday. A group of global virologists and public health experts met on Monday and decided to now use a Roman numeral for the clade – or strain– and a lower-case alphanumeric character for subclades or substrains. The former Congo Basin (Central African) monkeypox clade will now be known as Clade one (I) and the form

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    Man charged with attempted murder, assault in Salman Rushdie stabbing

    Hadi Matar, 24, of Fairview, N.J., was arrested at New York lecture hall scene, is charged with attempted murder and assault as Rushdie in hospital on ventilator.

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    Man at centre of Amber Alert drove through barbed wire fence in illegal entry: U.S. officials

    The two children at the centre of Monday's Amber Alert issued in Saskatchewan remain safe with authorities in South Dakota, but more details are coming out about their journey, including how they, their mother and her common-law partner got across the border. Their mother and her common-law partner, Benjamin Martin Moore, a convicted sex offender, were arrested in South Dakota on Tuesday at about 11:30 p.m. MT, according to Meade County Sheriff Ron Merwin. Saskatchewan RCMP confirmed on Friday t

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    The Canadian Press

    Mitrovic has late penalty saved, Fulham held 0-0 at Wolves

    WOLVERHAMPTON, England (AP) — Wolverhampton goalkeeper Jose Sa saved a late penalty by Fulham striker Aleksandar Mitrovic as the teams played out a 0-0 draw in the Premier League at Molineux on Saturday. Mitrovic, who scored twice last weekend in Fulham’s opening-round 2-2 draw against Liverpool, was handed the chance to snatch all three points for the Londoners in the 81st minute. Referee John Brooks pointed to the spot following Rayan Ait-Nouri’s ill-timed challenge on Bobby Cordova-Reid, but

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    Petals to the metal: Sunflower season on P.E.I. kicks off

    After a late start to the season, some sunflower growers on P.E.I. are optimistic about what lies ahead for the beloved flower. Crystal Burke-Cheverie, who helps run Fortune Bridge Farms in Souris, P.E.I., says dry weather over the last month was making it difficult for sunflowers to bloom. However, recent rain means flowers are now in bloom and the demand is high, Burke-Cheverie said. "They seem to be really popular all over the Island. Everyone you talk to likes sunflowers," she said. This Sat

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    Moncton SPCA becomes PAW to reflect independence, community programing

    One of Atlantic Canada's largest non-profit animal rescue shelters now goes by a different name. The Greater Moncton SPCA has rebranded to become People for Animal Wellbeing, or PAW. According to the organization's president, Christian Moger, the move was made to reflect an increased emphasis on community outreach. "Over the years, we've really evolved in what we do," he said. "We're definitely more than just a shelter. We continue to offer all those shelter services people have come to know and

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    World’s largest bouncy castle arrives in Markham

    The world’s largest inflatable bounce house has landed on the Markham Fairgrounds. Erica Vella has more on the attraction.

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    The Canadian Press

    State of emergency to lift in Newfoundland as forest fire situation improves

    ST. JOHN'S, N.L. — Newfoundland and Labrador officials say the state of emergency called last weekend because of raging wildfires in the centre of the province will end on Saturday. Wildfire behaviour, air quality and weather conditions were all encouraging enough to support the decision, the Department of Justice and Public Safety said Friday in a news release. "The current forecast is showing favourable weather conditions and continuing to trend in a positive direction," the department said. T

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    HMP on the verge of total lockdown as prison grapples with lack of guards

    Inmates are staring down the prospect of being locked in their cells around the clock as Newfoundland and Labrador's largest correctional facility contends with a critical shortage of guards to supervise them. Her Majesty's Penitentiary — the problem-plagued, Victorian-era institution that houses up to 175 inmates in St. John's — has been bleeding staff in recent months, with union president Jerry Earle telling CBC News this week that some correctional officers have recently walked off the job.

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    These Canadian startups are taking quantum computing mainstream

    It's not what you'd expect to find on the 29th floor of a Toronto office building. Instead of cubicles, a complex arrangement of lasers, mirrors and optical fibres run from floor to ceiling, making up the quantum computer called Borealis. And Borealis recently hit a milestone by solving a colossal math problem. "If we ran [the problem] on the most powerful supercomputer out there, it would take 9,000 years. For Borealis, it takes less than a second, which is quite incredible," says Christian Wee

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