Ottawa Citizen /
Joss Stone: 'Let’s come together and have a blast, shall we?'

The British soul-singer performances Sunday night at 8:30 p.m. in Confederation Park, presented by the TD Ottawa Jazz Festival.

Vancouver Sun /
Trump says there no tapes of talks with Comey, a month after making suggestion

Trump himself raised the question of whether he was taping Oval Office conversations: 'James Comey better hope that there are no "tapes" of our conversations'

The Province /
State-owned Qatar Airways seeks 10 per cent stake in American

DALLAS — State-owned Qatar Airways is attempting to buy 10 per cent of American Airlines, a surprising move that would trigger an antitrust ...

Vancouver Sun /
Two jurors who refused to convict reason behind Bill Cosby’s mistrial

Jurors initially voted overwhelmingly to acquit Cosby on all three counts of aggravated indecent assault, the juror said

The Province /
Foreign home buyers surge 37 per cent in Montreal on growth in Chinese purchases

MONTREAL — Canada's federal housing agency says the number of foreign buyers in the Montreal area surged by 37 per cent in the first four ...

The Province /
SNC-Lavalin sells Montreal headquarters for $170M, will lease building for 20 years

MONTREAL — Engineering and construction company SNC-Lavalin Group (TSX:SNC) has sold its Montreal head office and an adjacent lot for about ...

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List of 59 Sears store closures throughout the country

TORONTO — Sears Canada is shuttering 59 locations as part of a court-supervised restructuring. Here's a list of where the closures are taking place:

E! Online /
Lauren Bushnell on Ben Higgins Split: "There's No Bad Blood There"

Lauren Bushnell is returning home. Following her May split from Ben Higgins after getting engaged at the end of The Bachelor's 21st season, Lauren revealed to E! News that she has...

The Province /
Enbridge to start Line 3 construction despite lack of key U.S. approval

CALGARY — Enbridge (TSX:ENB) says it will begin phased construction of the Canadian portion of its Line 3 pipeline project on Aug. 1, even though the American side is still awaiting regulatory approval.

E! Online /
Just Who Is The Gong Show Host Tommy Maitland?!

Who is Tommy Maitland? That is the questions viewers will be asking when they tune into The Gong Show, ABC's revival of iconic game show, which ...

E! Online /
Aubrey Plaza Smokes Pot With the Weed Nuns and Learns About "Nun Porn Movies"

Aubrey Plaza's got herself a couple of new buds. The Parks and Recreation alum and Legion star smoked pot with two members of the Sisters of the ...

Vancouver Sun /
‘Our business opportunities are so promising’: Wall Street Journal fires reporter over ethics breach

One email indicates Jay Solomon served as an intermediary for a US$725 million contract between the UAE and Farhab Azima, a business mogul who was also the reporter's source

Vancouver Sun /
Valedictorian kicked off stage for unapproved speech gets to finish on Jimmy Kimmel

The late-night host let Peter Butera finish his speech on TV after school administrators cut him off after he veered from an approved text into criticism of the administration

Vancouver Sun /
Woman wins landmark ruling after suing El Al, Israel’s national airline, for sexism

El Al denied that it discriminated against women. But the court found that asking people to move because of their gender violated Israel's anti-discrimination codes

Vancouver Sun /
Senate GOP releases bill to cut Medicaid, alter ‘Obamacare’

WASHINGTON — Senate Republicans released their long-awaited bill Thursday to dismantle much of Barack Obama’s health care law, proposing to cut Medicaid for low-income Americans and erase tax boosts that Obama imposed on high-earners and ...

Vancouver Sun /
Prince Harry says no one in royal family actually wants to rise to the throne

In an interview, Prince Harry made candid remarks about being a royal — and his determination to lead as ordinary a life while fulfilling his ...

The Province /
Grain lower, livestock lower

CHICAGO — Grain futures were lower Thursday in early trading on the Chicago Board of Trade.

The Province /
Five things to know about the Fort Hills oilsands mining project

For half a century, the oilsands have fuelled an industry that has become an engine of Canada's economy. Later this year, the oilpatch will mark the opening of the Fort Hills mine, adding to the 30 oilsands projects in operation.

The Province /
As Canada's first oilsands mine nears 50-year mark, site a contrast of old, new

FORT MCMURRAY, Alta. — Nearly 50 years after the opening of Canada's first major oilsands mine, the site on the banks of Alberta's Athabasca River is an epicentre of energy, teeming with bustling workers amid signs of its pioneering past and cutting-edge future.

The Province /
New cryptocurrencies offering more than just a way to pay for things online

OTTAWA — The success of bitcoin has spurred the launch of hundreds of copycat digital payment systems looking to cash in on the popularity of the cryptocurrency.

Vancouver Sun /
The Latest: Dem says ‘we can do better’ than GOP health plan

WASHINGTON — The Latest on Senate Republicans’ health care bill (all times local): 11:35 a.m. Democrats are roundly criticizing the ...

The Province /
Retailers want to work out your wallet - and your body

NEW YORK — Stores like Saks and Urban Outfitters are looking to work out more than your wallet.

The Province /
Honolulu officials work to curb bustling sublease tactics

HONOLULU — Officials on the Hawaii island of Oahu are looking for ways to cut down on subleasing as its popularity rises with the advent of ...

Vancouver Sun /
Funeral for Muslim teen killed in brutal attack near Virginia mosque draws crowds

'We heard about this type of hatred. We never thought it was going to happen in our neighborhood. Muslim kids and Christian kids in this neighborhood ...

Vancouver Sun /
NATO fighter jet approached plane carrying Russian defence minister over Baltic Sea, reports say

It's the latest in a string of aerial incidents that have marked rising tensions between the West and Russia

The Province /
Senate passes budget unchanged but reasserts right to amend money bills

OTTAWA — Senators have agreed to pass the federal budget without amendments, but they're simultaneously reasserting their right to amend any bill, including budget bills.

The Province /
Retail sales gained more than expected in April as they climbed 0.8 per cent

OTTAWA — Retail sales in Canada were better than expected in April as they rose 0.8 per cent to $48.6 billion for the month.

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