Day: May 30, 2022

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Wynonna Judd ‘feels so helpless’ a month after mum Naomi’s death

It’s been a month since the country superstar Naomi Judd committed suicide at 76 – and Wynonna Judd opens up how her grief hits her. On Sunday, Wynonna, who performed and sang with her mother as part of the Judds duo for nearly 40 years, shared an Instagram post updating fans on how she is […]

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Nordstrom just dropped the sales bonanza, just in time for Memorial Day

We may receive a commission from purchases made through links on this page. Pricing and availability are subject to change. Sale alert! Nordstrom has just dropped the offer line. (Photo: Nordström) Do you know what time it is? It’s time to treat yourself! Whether your summer wardrobe lacks pizzazz or you’re just looking to add […]

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Indigenous communities ‘expect more’ from Pope’s visit, says Governor General Mary Simon

WARNING: This story contains disturbing details. Indigenous communities are “expecting more” from Pope Francis when he visits Canada in July, Governor General Mary Simon said, but she said she was unsure he would deliver on his promises. The Pope apologizes for ‘deplorable abuses’ in boarding schools when indigenous delegations traveled to Rome in April, but […]

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Hurricane Agatha targets Mexico’s tourist area along the Pacific coast

Hurricane Agatha, the first of the season, heads towards a stretch of tourist beaches and fishing villages on Mexico’s southern Pacific coast on Monday amid warnings of dangerous storm surges and flooding due to heavy rains. After forming on Sunday, Agatha quickly gained strength, and was expected to make landfall as a powerful Category 3 […]

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Without intervention, ‘super pigs’ could soon invade Alberta cities, researcher warns

In the town of Lamont in northeastern Alberta, residents have been warned to be on their guard against a possible wild boar invasion. Stray pigs have been spotted inside the city limits, prompting the community to send out a safety notice. “Be calm and move slowly,” the notice read. “Do not corner or provoke the […]

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Scenes of Grenfell Tower fire victims saved at Platinum Jubilee street party

Survivors and campaigners at Grenfell Tower have spoken of their ‘respect’ for the Queen’s response to the disaster ahead of her Platinum Jubilee. The Justice4Grenfell group held a street party on Monday to mark the Queen’s 70 years on the throne – with seats laid out at a table for those killed in the fire […]

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Fierce fighting in Ukraine’s Severodonetsk as EU discusses Russian oil embargo

Russian troops are entering the city of Severodonetsk from the outskirts, Lugansk region governor Serhiy Gaidai said on Monday. Severodonetsk, the largest city still partly controlled by Kyiv in the Luhansk region of Donbass, has been at the center of Russian attacks in eastern Ukraine. “Unfortunately, we have disappointing news – the enemy is entering […]

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Close races to watch in the home stretch of the Ontario election campaign

With three full days left before the June 2 general election, Ontario’s political parties are campaigning hard to build support in key ridings. The Progressive Conservatives have always been the favourites, according to the CBC News Ontario Poll Trackerwith another majority in sight. The New Democrats are on track to win the second most seats, […]

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The couple’s victory forces Smiths Falls to revise its approach to ‘naturalized’ lawns

A couple from Smiths Falls, Ont., say they’re glad the city overturned an order to uproot their “naturalized” lawn, but fear the battle isn’t over yet. Instead of a manicured lawn and garden, Beth and Craig Sinclair planted 150 trees and other native plant species in front of their bungalow. The couple, who moved from […]

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Hope to find Nepal plane crash survivors fades, 20 bodies found

In Nepal, hopes were fading on Monday of finding survivors among the 22 people aboard a small plane that crashed into a Himalayan mountain a day earlier, officials said, with just two people left yet to be taken into account. Two Germans, four Indians and 16 Nepalese were on board the De Havilland Canada DHC-6-300 […]

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