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Three Edmonton eateries on enRoute’s list of top ten new restaurants in Canada

Three new Edmonton restaurants have been highlighted in Air Canada’s in-flight magazine, making their list of the top ten new restaurants in Canada. “They came, they sent a photographer, she took a bunch of pictures and we thought it was for something completely different,” Chef Graham Hafermehl, at Café Linnea said. The restaurant opened more than a year ago in the Queen Mary neighbourhood – and it made it to the #6 spot on the list of Canada’s top ten new restaurants in enRoute magazine. “It’s a huge honour, IRead More

Justin Trudeau: Governments shouldn’t tell people what to wear

ALMA — Prime Minister Justin Trudeau again waded into the debate on Quebec’s Bill 62 on Friday, saying governments should not be telling women what to wear and what not to wear. “I will always stand up for Canadians’ rights,’ he said in Alma. “I will always stand up for the Charter of Rights and Freedoms. It is what Canadians expect of me. “As I’ve said a number of times as well, I don’t think it should be the government’s business to tell a woman what she should or shouldn’tRead More

Janes brand chicken products recalled over salmonella concerns

Breaded chicken products sold under the Janes brand name are being recalled due to possible contamination from salmonella. The Canadian Food Inspection Agency says the uncooked products include Pub Style Chicken Burgers and Pub Style Snacks Popcorn Chicken. The burgers carry a code of 2018 MA 12 on the package and the code on the popcorn chicken packages is 2018 MA 15. Both are sold in 800 gram packages across the country and distributed by Sofina Foods Inc. of Brampton, Ont. The CFIA says the recalled packages should be thrownRead More

Why seeing a star crash is a ‘watershed moment in astrophysics’ – Technology & Science

Emily Chung Scientists have followed gravitational waves to something they’ve never seen before — the collision of two exotic objects called neutron stars. By observing a fleeting star-like object in the sky in August, they’ve learned a lot of new things about the universe worth clinking glasses over. Here are some amazing things about that discovery. 1. A sugar cube heavy as Everest A neutron star is what’s left after a massive star explodes in a supernova at the end of its life and then collapses into an extremely dense core. How dense? According toRead More

Newmarket realtor charged with sexual assault

A Newmarket realtor is accused of sexually assaulting one of his clients. York Regional Police says a 27-year-old woman met with Bao Sheng Zheng to discuss a real estate transaction on Thursday at an Aurora coffee shop. After walking his client to her car, police say the Newmarket man sexually assaulted her. She then attended the nearest police station to report the incident. The 46 year old has been charged with sexual assault. He will appear in court later this month. Police have released his photo in the hopes ofRead More

School district praises N.B. football coach who pulled team because of head injuries

Kevin Bissett, THE CANADIAN PRESS Published Tuesday, October 17, 2017 3:35PM ADT Last Updated Tuesday, October 17, 2017 3:40PM ADT FREDERICTON — A New Brunswick high school football coach’s decision to forfeit a game at halftime because of head injuries among his players is casting a fresh spotlight on how sports teams handle concussions. Coach Marcel Metti of the L’Odyssee Olympiens halted a game last Friday against the Tantramar Titans with his team trailing 35-0. Four Olympiens players had received body injuries, four declared concussions and four others displayed concussionRead More

U.S. indicts Canadians, Chinese in major drug bust – World

Reuters Five Canadians — along with three U.S. residents and two Chinese nationals — have been indicted by the U.S. Department of Justice on charges of making and selling highly addictive fentanyl to Americans over the internet. Chinese nationals Xiaobing Yan, 40, and Jian Zhang, 38, were charged with conspiring to manufacture and distribute large quantities of fentanyl and similar drugs into the United States, the Justice Department said Tuesday. They were charged in separate indictments unsealed on Monday in Mississippi and North Dakota. “For the first time, we have indicted major Chinese fentanyl traffickers who have been using the internet to sell fentanyl and fentanyl analogs to drug traffickers andRead More

Paul Paolatto to run for mayor next year

CTV London Published Monday, October 16, 2017 3:33PM EDT Last Updated Monday, October 16, 2017 6:41PM EDT It’s official. Paul Paolatto will run for mayor of London in 2018. “I consider this an application process with 200,000 employers,” he says. The 55-year-old former police board budget chair joins a field that is expected to include current mayor Matt Brown and 2014 runner up Paul Cheng. Paolatto takes direct aim at Brown’s performance and a leadership void at city hall. “Do you believe that he has enriched our community? I wouldRead More

Province pumps brakes on ridesharing

The NDP pledged companies like Uber and Lyft would be operating in B.C. by the end of the year – but it’ll be much longer. Source link #USA #News #USnews #worldnews #headlinenews #Breakingnews #weathernews #UnitedStates news #CanadianNews #weatherforecast top news #stories,Us news today #hourlyweather #Cbcnews #CBC

Draw denies Vancouver Whitecaps a chance to clinch top spot in West

Joshua Clipperton, The Canadian Press Published Monday, October 16, 2017 12:10AM EDT VANCOUVER – As he watched his team waste a number of opportunities to build on its lead Sunday, Vancouver Whitecaps head coach Carl Robinson had a sinking feeling. “It worried me when you don’t get the second goal and kill teams off,” said the Welshman. “When that happens and you miss chance after chance after chance, it comes back to bite you on the bum sometimes. “It certainly did today.” Valeri Qazaishvili scored in the 77th minute toRead More