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'Bulldozing our history': Alberta man working to restore town's grain elevators

'Bulldozing our history': Alberta man working to restore town's grain elevators

NANTON, Alta. — When Leo Wieser worked in the movie biz, he built a million-dollar swimming pool that was used for one day.
Canada’s missing navigation tool in the push to lower emissions

Canada’s missing navigation tool in the push to lower emissions

It would be possible to get around a city if there were no agreed-upon street names, but it would take longer, people would get lost and international travellers might just give the place a pass.
Economists say BoC could cut interest rates again in July if inflation keeps cooling

Economists say BoC could cut interest rates again in July if inflation keeps cooling

OTTAWA — Economists are forecasting inflation slowed further in May, which would be welcome progress for the Bank of Canada after it cut its key lending rate for the first time in four years.
Patient describes harrowing stiff person syndrome, lack of resources in Canada

Patient describes harrowing stiff person syndrome, lack of resources in Canada

An "episode at work" is how Robyn Cook describes the sudden and life-changing full-body spasm that sent her to the emergency room, five years before a mysterious set of symptoms would be diagnosed as stiff person syndrome.
It's not as world-famous as ramen or sushi. But the humble onigiri is soul food in Japan

It's not as world-famous as ramen or sushi. But the humble onigiri is soul food in Japan

TOKYO (AP) — The word “onigiri” became part of the Oxford English Dictionary this year, proof that the humble sticky-rice ball and mainstay of Japanese food has entered the global lexicon.
A simple recipe for onigiri, or Japanese rice balls, with salted plums

A simple recipe for onigiri, or Japanese rice balls, with salted plums

TOKYO (AP) — Onigiri is a ball of rice with something inside, similar to how two slices of bread with something in between makes a sandwich.

Iconic designer Dries Van Noten stages his swan song show in Paris, retiring from fashion

PARIS (AP) — The curtain fell and the disco ball was raised celebrating 38 years and 150 collections of Dries Van Noten, who staged his final fashion show Saturday at Paris Fashion Week.
Donald Sutherland was 'in awe' of son Kiefer while filming 'Forsaken,' says director

Donald Sutherland was 'in awe' of son Kiefer while filming 'Forsaken,' says director

There was a moment when Donald Sutherland was shooting the 2015 Canadian western "Forsaken" that he pulled aside the director for a private note.
Wildfire near Churchill Falls in Labrador stable, but weather not co-operating

Wildfire near Churchill Falls in Labrador stable, but weather not co-operating

CHURCHILL FALLS, N.L. — Officials in central Labrador say the wildfire threatening the evacuated town of Churchill Falls remained stable Saturday, but there was no sign of significant rainfall in the forecast until Tuesday night.
Taylor Swift kicks off UK Eras shows as some fans wonder if singer is ready to say 'So long, London'

Taylor Swift kicks off UK Eras shows as some fans wonder if singer is ready to say 'So long, London'

LONDON (AP) — Taylor Swift fans enjoy parsing the singer-songwriter’s lyrics for references to her romantic life and insights into her state of mind. But the pop superstar’s fans in the U.K.
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