Monthly Archives: August 2017

'It's lethal': Fentanyl so toxic RCMP show media only photos at news conference

Two of the deadliest drugs on the streets are so toxic that Alberta RCMP at a news conference Thursday only showed the media photographs of the fentanyl and carfentanil seized in a recent bust. The bust, which police say involved drugs worth a street value of $700,000, was conducted by officers from Stony Plain, Spruce Grove and Enoch Cree First Nation, west of…

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Bachelor in Paradise's Derek Peth and Taylor Nolan Are Engaged: All the Details on Her Engagement Ring

Love is alive and well down in Paradise. As viewers continue to witness connections (and some breakups) this season on ABC’s Bachelor in Paradise, one couple has decided to take a huge step in their relationship. E! News can confirm that Derek Peth proposed to Taylor Nolan during Wednesday’s filming of Bachelor in Paradise‘s aftershow.…

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Bowfort Towers 'never meant to be an Indigenous artwork,' city and Treaty 7 chiefs say in joint statement

Calgary’s mayor and the chiefs of the Treaty 7 First Nations released a joint statement Thursday aimed at quelling a controversy that erupted over Bowfort Towers, an art project recently added to the western edge of the city. The half-million-dollar installation by New York artist Del Geist — part of the newly completed interchange at…

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Kendall Jenner's Balenciaga Denim Jacket Confuses the Internet

Kendall Jenner is stylish, no question about it—she wears jeans that look like ankle bracelets!—but we’re not so sure about her latest fashion choice. While rocking a denim-on-denim lewk, Ms. Jenner held the front of her jean jacket closed in a way that immediately prompted the question, “What’s happening?” Kendall, is your jacket too big?…

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Dollar back above 80 cents US, S&P/TSX composite index makes gains

The Toronto Stock Exchange’s main index rose sharply Thursday as Statistics Canada reported the country’s surging economic growth blew past forecasts in the second quarter. The S&P/TSX composite index gained 78.74 points to 15,221.87 in a broad-based advance. In the morning, Statistics Canada released data showing real gross domestic product expanded at an annual pace…

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