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Thailand unveils restored statue at bomb blast site
Thai authorities unveiled the restored centrepiece Friday of the Erawan Shrine, in the latest bid to restore confidence among Bangkok's tourism and business communities almost three weeks after a deadly bombing.
3 people shot, 1 killed on Sacramento college campus; gunman being sought
Police searched for a gunman Thursday night who killed one person and wounded two others in a parking lot on a Sacramento college campus, authorities said.
Chris Alexander defends Canada's response to refugee crisis
Immigration Minister Chris Alexander says Canada has “done a lot” to ease the Middle East migrant crisis and the country should “continue accelerating our refugee resettlement, being generous as donors and taking the fight to ISIS.”
SkyGreece files for protection after halting operations
SkyGreece Airlines has filed for creditor protection in Canada, a week after halting operations and standing hundreds of passengers.
Omar Khadr wants bail eased so he can fly to Toronto to visit family
Former Guantanamo Bay prisoner Omar Khadr is asking a Canadian court to ease his bail conditions to allow him to fly to Toronto to visit his family, The Canadian Press has learned.
Judge orders Kentucky clerk jailed, says fines won't persuade her
A defiant county clerk was sent to jail for contempt Thursday after insisting that her 'conscience will not allow' her to follow a federal judge's orders to issue marriage licenses to gay couples.
Barrie woman files $11M lawsuit against bar, drunk driver
A Barrie, Ont. woman has filed an $11-million lawsuit against the impaired driver who struck her and the bar that she says over-served him.
Family loses $85,000 to con artists posing as psychics
Edmonton police are warning people about a con involving fraudulent astrologers and psychic readers after one local family was swindled out of $85,000.