Thursday, July 19, 2018

Ancient statues return to Lebanon as war on smuggling intensifies

The global fight against smuggling of antiquities has scored a victory in Lebanon, with ancient sculptures taken during the country's civil war...

Egypt says 4,400-year-old tomb discovered outside Cairo

Archaeologists in Egypt say they have discovered a 4,400-year-old tomb near the pyramids outside Cairo.

6 African migrants injured in drive-by shooting spree in Italy

A man opened fire on passersby in the central Italian city of Macerata on Saturday, injuring six African migrants in an attack...

African migrants injured in drive-by shootings in Italy

A man opened fire on passersby in the central Italian city of Macerata on Saturday, injuring several African migrants, police said, in...

Doug Ford to speak at ‘Rally for a Stronger Ontario’ in Toronto

Former Toronto city councillor Doug Ford is set to kick off his bid to lead the province's Progressive Conservatives on Saturday evening...

The Alberta vs. B.C. pipeline fight. Now it’s war.

The more obstacles and delays B.C. can throw at Kinder Morgan, the more money Alberta loses, writes Jen Gerson. And that's not...

Mysterious ‘pants’ arch baffles internet, geologists and Nunavut tourism office

Is this real? Only a select few have ever laid eyes on this sea arch, tucked away in Nunavut, so CBC decided...

Plan for pay equity legislation well underway, Trudeau says

The plan to implement pay equity is well underway as the deadline to table the legislation nears, says Prime Minister Justin Trudeau....

There is no justification for leaving an animal tied up alone outside

Leaving a dog tied up unattended poses great risk to both dogs and public safety: dogs can become stressed, suffer in extreme...

As Bruce McArthur investigation unfolds, what Toronto can learn from B.C.’s Robert Pickton case

In the wake of the Bruce McArthur case, Toronto Police Chief Mark Saunders has said the force is looking at ways to...