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Farmer commits suicide at protest site in Haryana

Farmer commits suicide at protest site in Haryana

The victim, Zile Singh, had been actively involved in serving food to farmers at the protest site on the Khatkar toll plaza for several months. He is survived by his wife and three children.

Farmer commits suicide at protest site in Haryana

Punjab Congress MP summoned for casteist remark

Punjab Congress MP summoned for casteist remark

Bittu stirred up a row after he said the 'sacred' seats of Anandpur Sahib and Chamkaur Sahib have been given to the Bahujan Samaj Party (BSP) by the Shiromani Akali Dal (SAD)

Punjab Congress MP summoned for casteist remark

PPE, pandemic-related trash on shorelines: report

PPE, pandemic-related trash on shorelines: report

The Great Canadian Shoreline Cleanup 2020 annual report says litter from single-use food and drink packaging nearly doubled last year as restaurant takeout soared during lockdowns and physical distancing kept people outside and apart.

PPE, pandemic-related trash on shorelines: report

Vancouver police fears warm weather, easing restrictions could cause spike in jewelry scams

Vancouver police fears  warm weather, easing restrictions could cause spike in jewelry scams

Vancouver Police are reminding east-side residents to be wary of jewelry scammers, after a Collingwood man was bilked out of thousands of dollars yesterday.

 

 

Vancouver police fears warm weather, easing restrictions could cause spike in jewelry scams

No winning ticket for Lotto Max jackpot

No winning ticket for Lotto Max jackpot

42 of the 64 Maxmillion prizes of $1 million were won. The majority were sold in Ontario, with 20 winning tickets. There are eight winners in both Quebec and British Columbia.

 

 

No winning ticket for Lotto Max jackpot

MPs not seeking re-election say their farewells

MPs not seeking re-election say their farewells

Mumilaaq Qaqqaq, the New Democrat MP for Nunavut, used the opportunity to blast Canada as a country built on the oppression of Indigenous People and whose history is "stained with blood."

MPs not seeking re-election say their farewells