Drive-in theatres survive in Canada despite challenges

Syrian army encircles rebels in Hama pocket – state TV

BEIRUT — The Syrian army encircled rebels in a cluster of towns in northwest Syria’s Hama countryside, imposing a “choking siege” and marching deeper into the pocket, state-run Ikhbariya TV said on Friday. Government forces seized a dozen hills and expanded their control of a main highway there, the channel said in a live broadcast […]

Pompeo says U.S. focused on helping secure release of 2 Canadians in China

OTTAWA - U.S. Secretary of State Mike Pompeo slammed any suggestion that two Canadians being detained in China are on par with the arrest here of a Chinese tech executive at the United States' beh

Ian Mulgrew: Forget Surrey, how about a regional police force?

OPINION: We need to face the fact that we are one metropolitan area and we need to share the attendant costs, not indulge Surrey Mayor Doug McCallum`s empire-building.

Return of the king: Pacific salmon rebounds after drought

The salmon rebound comes after three years of extremely low catches that resulted from poor ocean conditions and California`s five-year drought, which drained the state`s rivers and reservoirs. The post Return of the king: Pacific salmon rebounds after drought appeared first on Canadian Business - Your Source For Business News .

Cuba fails to compensate for civil aviation victims as required by law

Cuba’s failure to compensate the families of victims of a May 2018 air disaster has come to light in recent press reports.   Irregularities regarding the cause of the incident and persecution by Cuban authorities of international lawyers representing relatives of the deceased have also been reported. Cuban airlines are some of the worst-ranked in the world for security and service. Cuba Archive has documented at least 18 civil aviation accidents of Cuban airlines since 1959 with a toll of 673 fatalities, including 112 killed May 18, 2018, when a Cubana de Aviación Boeing 737, operated by the Mexican company Global Air , went down near Havana en route to Holguín. That is a very high accident rate compared to the number of flights.

Contrary to popular belief, the Edmonton Oilers are not short a Center

The Edmonton Oilers are not short a center. To paraphrase a famous James Carville quip: It’s the wingers, stupid. In fact, you can argue that the Oilers have the best trio of Centers in the entire NHL in Connor McDavid, Leon Draisaitl and Ryan Nugent-Hopkins. If these 3 generals had enough troop numbers around them […]

Florida executes man convicted of killing gay men during crime spree in 1994

A man convicted of targeting three gay men who had befriended him before he bludgeoned and suffocated them during an eight-month crime spree in 1994 was executed in Florida on Thursday night, officials said. Gary Bowles, 57, was executed by lethal injection at 10:58 p.m. EDT (0258 GMT Friday) at the state’s death chamber in […]

Your Ward News editor sentenced to year in prison

James Sears, the editor of Your Ward News, was sentenced today to two six-month terms. He was found guilty in January of promoting hatred against women and Jews. The post Your Ward News editor sentenced to year in prison appeared first on The Canadian Jewish News .

Diocese of Huron announces nominees for bishop

The Electoral Procedures Committee of the diocese of Huron has announced the nominees for bishop of the diocese, to be chosen at an electoral synod October 26. The names of the candidates, who were nominated by Huron’s diocesan council, were announced on August 12. On August 14, the list was updated to include William Cliff, […] The post Diocese of Huron announces nominees for bishop appeared first on Anglican Journal .

On Deck: Blue Jays at Mariners

TORONTO BLUE JAYS at SEATTLE MARINERS   STARTING PITCHERS FRIDAY, 10:10 p.m. RHP Trent Thornton (4-8, 5.30 ERA) vs. LHP Justus Sheffield (0-0, 6.00 ERA) Sheffield was one of the players Seattle received when it traded LHP James Paxton to the New York Yankees in the off-season. Other than a three-inning spot start for the […]

Federal government provides $100,000 for Calgary Pride festival

The federal government has provided nearly $100,000 in funding for Calgary Pride as the group prepares for its annual parade and festival. Calgary-Centre MP Kent Hehr made the announcement Thursday and said it shows the Liberal party’s unwavering support for LGBTQ2 communities in Calgary, and is especially important considering two recent acts of vandalism on […]

The royal nightmare that is Prince Andrew’s friendship with Jeffrey Epstein

Buckingham Palace denies any criminal link between the Prince and Epstein, but the pictures have already done him damage The post The royal nightmare that is Prince Andrew’s friendship with Jeffrey Epstein appeared first on .

Drive-in theatres survive in Canada despite challenges

Car enthusiasts in High River are hoping a repurposed ambulance will be the engine of Alberta’s first drive-in theatre facility in 20 years. The vehicle purchased by members of the River City Classics Car Club contains a digital projector and sound system for a project recently approved by town council. Though drive-ins still have a […]