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Teen killed in ‘ambush’ shooting an innocent victim, says police chief

MISSISSAUGA, Ont. — Police are searching for at least seven suspects who they say descended on an apartment complex west of Toronto on Saturday evening, firing indiscriminately and killing a teen described as an innocent bystander. Investigators believe the intended targets were a group of people preparing to film a rap video outside the building in Mississauga,...

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Over 400 fruit-bearing trees planted in Pampanga town

By Marna Dagumboy Del Rosario LUBAO, Pampanga — More than 400 fruit-bearing trees were planted on Thursday in Barangay Sta. Catalina here as part of the continuing effort to mitigate flooding and boost local tourism in this town. The activity was also in line with the town’s fifth-year celebration of Arbor Day — officially observed every...

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Young beauty raises fund for charity in Philippines

MANILA — A Filipina beauty queen, who grew up abroad, finds her peace in doing charity works in her parents’ home country. It was Excelsa de Jesus’ first time to visit here when she was crowned Miss Philippines America in the United States in 2016. As she was raised by parents who are both working in...

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Alberta investigating after medical examiner uses truck trailer for body storage

EDMONTON — The Alberta government has made changes and apologized to the families involved after video was aired of a deceased person in a body bag being manhandled outside the medical examiner’s office. “It is a continuous expectation of the Office of the Chief Medical Examiner that dignity and respect is shown to the deceased in...

‘Very dangerous storm’ Dorian causing widespread power outages, damage
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‘Very dangerous storm’ Dorian causing widespread power outages, damage

HALIFAX — Dorian slammed into the Maritimes on Saturday, its powerful gusts uprooting trees, tearing off roofs and yanking down power lines — leaving more than 450,000 people in the dark as the post−tropical storm made landfall near Halifax. Torrential rain, pounding surf and howling winds reaching up to 148 kilometres per hour were reported early in the evening, with the region’s largest city appearing to suffer...