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Here are the other investigations Trump has to worry about

Here are the other investigations Trump has to worry about

Donald Trump's legal problems appear to have escalated significantly on Thursday with federal charges over the retention of top secret documents, but investigators aren't done yet.
Trump indicted: What to know about the documents case and what's next

Trump indicted: What to know about the documents case and what's next

Donald Trump's indictment on 37 counts of mishandling classified documents at his Florida estate represents the most serious legal jeopardy so far for Trump, coming less than three months after he was charged in New York with 34 felony counts of falsifying business records.
Pat Robertson united evangelical Christians and pushed them into conservative politics

Pat Robertson united evangelical Christians and pushed them into conservative politics

NORFOLK, Va. (AP) — Pat Robertson united tens of millions of evangelical Christians through the power of television and pushed them in a far more conservative direction with the personal touch of a folksy minister.
From hoses and shovels to water bombers: how wildfires are being fought across Canada

From hoses and shovels to water bombers: how wildfires are being fought across Canada

MONTREAL — The techniques used to put out the wildfires that are burning across Canada vary somewhat depending on geography, but ultimately they depend on people on the ground with hoses and shovels digging out hot spots one by one, experts say.
Wildfires, smoke having 'huge impact' on some tourism operators across Canada

Wildfires, smoke having 'huge impact' on some tourism operators across Canada

Raging wildfires and smoky skies across much of Canada have put a damper on travel this summer, resulting in cancelled plans and closed businesses.
Canada sought use of European Union compound in Kabul for fingerprinting, reneged

Canada sought use of European Union compound in Kabul for fingerprinting, reneged

OTTAWA — Canada requested use of the European Union's compound in Kabul to help with tasks such as fingerprinting for those fleeing Afghanistan, according to documents obtained by The Canadian Press.
Ottawa girl set to become the youngest university graduate in Canadian history

Ottawa girl set to become the youngest university graduate in Canadian history

OTTAWA — Anthaea-Grace Patricia Dennis is not your typical 12-year-old. She is a child prodigy who's about to become the youngest Canadian to ever graduate from university.
Future interest rate decisions will be taken one at a time, says BoC deputy governor

Future interest rate decisions will be taken one at a time, says BoC deputy governor

OTTAWA — After announcing a rate hike this week, Bank of Canada deputy governor Paul Beaudry says the central bank plans to take future interest rate decisions one at a time.
Water ski jump champ aims to break own world record

Water ski jump champ aims to break own world record

Former Olds resident and world champion water ski jump champion Ryan Dodd says he's not ready to stop after decades in the sport.
Athabasca Outreach leads the way for Pride celebrations

Athabasca Outreach leads the way for Pride celebrations

Backyard barbeque gives LBGTQ+ youth a safe space to be themselves
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