How to deal with the death of a relative who was a good Samaritan

A man in Ontario died while driving under the influence, but his family says he didn’t deserve the death penalty.The death of 26-year-old Jean-Michel Hélène has drawn international attention as a case of “good Samaritanism” and brought to light the growing problem of “blackout drunk driving” in Ontario.Héléne died after he drove drunk at the […]

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New York, Pennsylvania and Wisconsin have been ranked the top 5 worst states for climate change

A new report released Tuesday finds New York and Pennsylvania are among the top five states for the nation’s greenhouse gas emissions, while Wisconsin is among the worst.While the report finds that New York leads the nation in carbon emissions and the nation as a whole, the study also found that the states also lag […]

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When a tractor goes ‘stupid’ and crashes, it’s not just the farmer’s fault

By Dustin Hildebrand and Peter MacdiarmidEditor’s note: The title and content of this article have been changed to avoid legal implications.The article below was originally published by a local news outlet in 2016, but we have not verified its accuracy and the article has been amended to reflect the current state of affairs.

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How to get around in Wapakons’ parking lot: A video guide

The Wapaks have long been a fixture on the local scene, but the community has seen its own transformation over the years, as a diverse group of artists and residents have moved in and out of the neighborhood.That’s the main focus of a new video posted by local artists and resident Mike Ritter to help […]

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What’s going on with the US’s latest nuclear deal?

Posted November 30, 2018 09:20:22 President Donald Trump signed the Nuclear Nonproliferation Treaty (NPT) with his counterparts from Canada, France, Germany, Japan and Russia in New York on Friday morning.The pact will prevent nuclear weapons from being transferred to Iran and will allow a new round of talks with the Islamic Republic about the long-term […]

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The world’s best-selling book is still banned in Egypt

Egypt has suspended its ban on the best-seller of its weekly newspaper Al Masry Al Youm after the publication of a controversial report by a human rights group.The move comes days after Al Masrry Al youm published an article about the case of a 14-year-old girl who died in custody after her detention by Egyptian […]

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BC Hydro will be able to operate without a licence after a $1.3 billion upgrade

News Corp BC’s flagship tabloid will continue to run its full colour daily newspaper, which was set to close down on Tuesday, under a new lease deal.The Sun and Suncorp will continue as the B.C. Sun newspaper and the Vancouver Sun will continue under a different arrangement, the paper said in a statement.The company will […]

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