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Burnaby South Liberal Candidate Karen Wang Steps Aside After Singling Out Jagmeet Singh's Race In Byelection

Burnaby South Liberal Candidate Karen Wang Steps Aside After Singling Out Jagmeet Singh's Race In Byelection

Karen Wang says she made comments online that referenced Singh's cultural background and her choice of words wasn't well-considered and didn't reflect her intent.

 

Burnaby South Liberal Candidate Karen Wang Steps Aside After Singling Out Jagmeet Singh's Race In Byelection

Supreme Court Dismisses Appeal Filed By Former Winnipeg Firefighter For Theft

Supreme Court Dismisses Appeal Filed By Former Winnipeg Firefighter For Theft

The Supreme Court of Canada has dismissed an appeal filed by a former Winnipeg firefighter who was convicted of stealing from a dead woman's apartment.

 

Supreme Court Dismisses Appeal Filed By Former Winnipeg Firefighter For Theft

Board Finds Gabriel Klein Fit To Stand Trial In 13-Yr-Old Girl's Death At Abbotsford High School

Board Finds Gabriel Klein Fit To Stand Trial In 13-Yr-Old Girl's Death At Abbotsford High School

 The British Columbia Review Board has found a man mentally fit to stand trial in the death of a 13-year-old girl at a high school in Abbotsford more than two years ago.

Board Finds Gabriel Klein Fit To Stand Trial In 13-Yr-Old Girl's Death At Abbotsford High School

Viral Tweet Explains The Math To Get More Pizza Per Order

Viral Tweet Explains The Math To Get More Pizza Per Order

Contrary to what you might have argued your whole life, mathematics does have a few practical applications as well. It can, for example, help you decide how to get the most pizza for your buck.

Viral Tweet Explains The Math To Get More Pizza Per Order

WATCH: When Lions Took Over A Busy Road!

WATCH: When Lions Took Over A Busy Road!

Shot at the Kruger National Park in South Africa, the video, just half-a-minute long, shows how the four majestic lions haven taken over the busy road.

WATCH: When Lions Took Over A Busy Road!

Over 3 Lakh Drug Addicts Treated In Punjab In 2018: Police

Over 3 Lakh Drug Addicts Treated In Punjab In 2018: Police

Over three lakh drug addicts were treated in Punjab in 2018 and more than 63,000 people are currently being treated, out of which 25,000 are heroin addicts, a top police official said on Tuesday.

Over 3 Lakh Drug Addicts Treated In Punjab In 2018: Police

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