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China's Hong Kong affairs office condemned what it called "near-terrorist acts" at Hong Kong's airport and reiterated support for local authorities to severely punish those responsible amid an escalating crisis in the Chinese-controlled city.China's Hong Kong affairs office condemned what it called "near-terrorist acts" at Hong Kong's airport and reiterated support for local authorities to severely punish those responsible amid an escalating crisis in the Chinese-controlled city.

Ten weeks of protests have intensified and the strain is showing on all levels including the markets as they react to Hong Kong’s instability during the crisisTen weeks of protests have intensified and the strain is showing on all levels including the markets as they react to Hong Kong’s instability during the crisis

Hong Kong airport reopens amid warnings over more pro-democracy protests, UN official urges restraint - The Globe and Mail

Opinion: Perhaps motivated by electoral or trade concerns, the PM has been inconspicuously silent about the increasingly violent situationOpinion: Perhaps motivated by electoral or trade concerns, the PM has been inconspicuously silent about the increasingly violent situation

Trudeau’s near-silence on the Hong Kong protests has been deafening | National Post

Opinion: Perhaps motivated by electoral or trade concerns, the PM has been inconspicuously silent about the increasingly violent situationOpinion: Perhaps motivated by electoral or trade concerns, the PM has been inconspicuously silent about the increasingly violent situation

Trudeau’s near-silence on the Hong Kong protests has been deafening | National Post

Surveillance video reviewed after Jeffrey Epstein's death showed guards never made some of the checks noted in records.Surveillance video reviewed after Jeffrey Epstein's death showed guards never made some of the checks noted in records.

Jeffrey Epstein’s jail guards suspected of falsifying records of checks on him: source - National | Globalnews.ca

Following his death, the investigation into Jeffrey Epstein’s alleged sex-trafficking ring has shifted to those who were close to him, including his former girlfriend Ghislaine Maxwell.Following his death, the investigation into Jeffrey Epstein’s alleged sex-trafficking ring has shifted to those who were close to him, including his former girlfriend Ghislaine Maxwell.

Who is Ghislaine Maxwell? Epstein's death shifts focus to former girlfriend | CTV News

Readers sound off on financier Jeffrey Epstein's apparent suicide.Readers sound off on financier Jeffrey Epstein's apparent suicide.

Epstein's death must invoke criminal justice reform: Readers sound off

A New Jersey family recounted on social media their horror movie come to life, after a wolf tore open their tent, attacked them and injured the father.A New Jersey family recounted on social media their horror movie come to life, after a wolf tore open their tent, attacked them and injured the father.

Family recalls unusual wolf attack at Banff campground on social media; campground reopens | Calgary Herald

A New Jersey family recounted on social media their horror movie come to life, after a wolf tore open their tent, attacked them and injured the father.A New Jersey family recounted on social media their horror movie come to life, after a wolf tore open their tent, attacked them and injured the father.

Family recalls unusual wolf attack at Banff campground on social media; campground reopens | Calgary Herald

An aggressive emu was returned to its farm uninjured Tuesday, after being tased by officials in Chemainus.An aggressive emu was returned to its farm uninjured Tuesday, after being tased by officials in Chemainus.

Police tase aggressive traffic-blocking emu in Chemainus

Police used a stun gun to subdue a runaway emu that was disrupting traffic and getting aggressive with officers in Chemainus Tuesday morning. North Cowichan/Duncan RCMP officers came across the . . .Police used a stun gun to subdue a runaway emu that was disrupting traffic and getting aggressive with officers in Chemainus Tuesday morning. North Cowichan/Duncan RCMP officers came across the . . .

Police use stun gun to subdue emu on the lam | Times Colonist

The five-foot-seven, 100-pound bird was a "safety concern for passing motorists, pedestrians and residents," said the RCMPThe five-foot-seven, 100-pound bird was a "safety concern for passing motorists, pedestrians and residents," said the RCMP

Vancouver Island police say safety forced them to taser an errant emu | Vancouver Sun

The five-foot-seven, 100-pound bird was a "safety concern for passing motorists, pedestrians and residents," said the RCMPThe five-foot-seven, 100-pound bird was a "safety concern for passing motorists, pedestrians and residents," said the RCMP

Vancouver Island police say safety forced them to taser an errant emu | Vancouver Sun

A routine morning patrol was anything but after Mounties in Chemainus had to taser an emu that was blocking traffic.A routine morning patrol was anything but after Mounties in Chemainus had to taser an emu that was blocking traffic.

Emu escapes farm near Chemainus, blocks traffic, gets tasered

A police officer and one other person are in hospital after a shooting in North York on Tuesday evening.A police officer and one other person are in hospital after a shooting in North York on Tuesday evening.

1 person shot, SIU investigating after 'altercation with police' in North York

Police said there were 'strong indications' that the fugitives had been alive for a few days after they were last seen in JulyPolice said there were 'strong indications' that the fugitives had been alive for a few days after they were last seen in July

RCMP: Teen suspects in northern B.C. murders died by suicide, with guns found nearby | National Post

Police said there were 'strong indications' that the fugitives had been alive for a few days after they were last seen in JulyPolice said there were 'strong indications' that the fugitives had been alive for a few days after they were last seen in July

RCMP: Teen suspects in northern B.C. murders died by suicide, with guns found nearby | National Post

VANCOUVER - Two British Columbia men who were suspects in the deaths of three people and led police ...VANCOUVER - Two British Columbia men who were suspects in the deaths of three people and led police on a manhunt across Western Canada shot themselves, the RCMP said Monday. Police said it appears Bryer Schmegelsky and Kam McLeod were dead for a number of days before their bodies were found in the northern Manitoba wilderness on Wednesday, but the exact time of their deaths isn't known.

Police say manhunt suspects killed themselves, guns found near bodies in brush - Winnipeg Free Press