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Plan to wake serial killer Robert Pickton from coma: Quebec police

Plan to wake serial killer Robert Pickton from coma: Quebec police

Serial killer Robert Pickton, who was charged with the murders of 26 women, is in a medically induced coma after a prison attack.
N.S. reaches deal with owner of Northern Pulp, firm pursues new mill in Queens County

N.S. reaches deal with owner of Northern Pulp, firm pursues new mill in Queens County

HALIFAX — The Nova Scotia government says it has settled with the owner of the Northern Pulp mill in Pictou County and that the company will pursue a new plant in the province's southwest if the deal is approved by the courts.
Supreme Court finds no bias against Black voters in a South Carolina congressional district

Supreme Court finds no bias against Black voters in a South Carolina congressional district

WASHINGTON (AP) — The Supreme Court on Thursday preserved a Republican-held South Carolina congressional district, rejecting a lower-court ruling that said the district discriminated against Black voters.
Canada's Shapovalov falls to Griekspoor at Geneva Open

Canada's Shapovalov falls to Griekspoor at Geneva Open

GENEVA — Canada's Denis Shapovalov is out of the Geneva Open after falling 6-7 (7) 7-6 (4) 6-3 to Tallon Griekspoor of the Netherlands. Shapovalov, of Richmond Hill, Ont.
Lightspeed Commerce signs deal to integrate Uber Eats, Uber Direct into its platform

Lightspeed Commerce signs deal to integrate Uber Eats, Uber Direct into its platform

MONTREAL — Lightspeed Commerce Inc. has signed a North American partnership deal with Uber to integrate Uber Direct and Uber Eats marketplace into its platform.
Top UN court declines to issue preliminary orders in Mexico-Ecuador dispute over Quito embassy raid

Top UN court declines to issue preliminary orders in Mexico-Ecuador dispute over Quito embassy raid

THE HAGUE, Netherlands (AP) — The top United Nations court declined Thursday to immediately order Ecuador to protect Mexican diplomatic property following the storming of Mexico's embassy in Quito to arrest a former vice president.
US will announce $275 million more in artillery and ammunition for Ukraine, officials say

US will announce $275 million more in artillery and ammunition for Ukraine, officials say

WASHINGTON (AP) — The United States is expected to announce an additional $275 million in military aid for Ukraine on Friday as Kyiv struggles to hold off advances by Russian troops in the Kharkiv region, two U.S. officials say.
Stock market today: AI euphoria has most of Wall Street rising after Nvidia’s latest blowout report

Stock market today: AI euphoria has most of Wall Street rising after Nvidia’s latest blowout report

NEW YORK (AP) — Stocks are climbing following another blowout earnings report from Nvidia as euphoria builds over the profit potential of artificial intelligence. The S&P 500 was up 0.
Right whale sighting leads to closure of lobster fishing area off northeastern N.B.

Right whale sighting leads to closure of lobster fishing area off northeastern N.B.

MISCOU, N.B. — The federal fisheries minister says she is “urgently” convening a meeting today with the lobster industry after the government closed a fishing area off northeastern New Brunswick at the height of the season.
The WNBA is coming to Toronto and will play as soon as the 2026 season

The WNBA is coming to Toronto and will play as soon as the 2026 season

TORONTO — The WNBA is finally, officially, coming to Toronto. Kilmer Sports Ventures has been awarded a women's professional basketball team.