Daily Archives: June 5, 2018

Protesters greet PM at meeting with Trans Mountain pipeline's Indigenous-led oversight committee

Prime Minister Justin Trudeau was greeted by dozens of protesters as he arrived at the Cheam Multiplex in the B.C. Fraser Valley for a meeting about the Trans Mountain pipeline. He arrived in the Stó:lō community of Cheam early Tuesday to meet with members of the Indigenous Advisory and Monitoring Committee. The Indigenous-led committee was struck following the approval of the Trans ...

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Rare copy of Prince's disavowed Black Album found in Canada

It’s considered rare even among rarities: a Canadian-made vinyl copy of Prince’s disavowed Black Album. And it can be had for a cool $27,500 US.  The L.A.-based memorabilia company Recordmecca has put it on the market, billing it as so rare that it had never even been rumoured to exist.  “Nobody’s ever heard of a Canadian one,” company owner Jeff Gold ...

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1 dead after Highway 401 bus crash, 4 remain in hospital

One man has died and four people remain in hospital with life-threatening injuries after a tour bus carrying dozens of passengers crashed into a rock cut along Highway 401 near Prescott, Ont., on Monday afternoon. The man who died was a 54-year-old from China, Ontario Provincial Police said in a release Tuesday morning. No other details were released about the four ...

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'Duck Dynasty's' Bella Robertson dating Candace Cameron Bure's son Lev

“Duck Dynasty” Bella Robertson is dating Candace Cameron Bure’s son, Lev Bure.  (Instagram) “Duck Dynasty” star Bella Robertson is dating “Fuller House” actress Candace Cameron Bure’s son, Lev Bure. The new couple debuted their relationship on social media. “Major heart eyes…what’s new,” Bure’s son, Lev, 18, wrote in a caption on Instagram alongside a photo of himself and Robertson, 16. ...

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Small asteroid on collision course with Earth discovered only hours before impact

An asteroid on a collision course with Earth broke up after entering the atmosphere over southern Africa on Saturday just eight hours after it was discovered. Asteroid 2018 LA was first identified early Saturday morning by the Catalina Sky Survey telescope near Tucson, Ariz. At just two metres across, the asteroid was too small to pose a threat to any cities or towns ...

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