Monthly Archives: November 2017

Police investigating fake Fort McMurray RCMP Facebook account

Police in Fort McMurray are investigating a Facebook page masquerading as an official RCMP account that invited drug users to let police “test your cocaine before you snort it.” The account, called Fort McMurray RCMP, was no longer available by about 11 a.m. Thursday. But while it was up, it gained almost 550 followers. Its latest post urged…

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Dow Jones industrials breach 24,000 for first time

Wall Street finished November with a broad rally that gave the Dow Jones industrial average its biggest gain since March and pushed it past the 24,000 mark for the first time. Other market indicators also reached milestones on Thursday. The Standard & Poor’s 500 index, which is widely followed by professional investors, had its biggest…

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'We all bleed the same': CBC Asks cultural appropriation discussion spurs raw debate

Reconciliation is about respect for other cultures, but it’s also about changing society’s power structures. Those were two of the messages at an emotional Saskatoon event hosted by CBC as part of the CBC Asks series Wednesday evening. While the topic of the panel discussion was cultural appropriation, the often raw conversation veered into many other areas.…

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Aaron Carter Charged With Multiple Misdemeanors in DUI Case

Bruce Glikas/Bruce Glikas/FilmMagic Charges have been filed against Aaron Carter. Just one day after E! News confirmed the 29-year-old has left rehab after two months, it’s been revealed that a DUI refusal charge was filed against Aaron in Georgia, following his July arrest. According to TMZ, Georgia’s Habersham County law enforcement sources say that a…

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