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Empire expands partnership with anti-food waste app FoodHero beyond Quebec

Empire expands partnership with anti-food waste app FoodHero beyond Quebec

MONTREAL — Canadian grocery company Empire is expanding its partnership with a Montreal-based app dedicated to mitigating food waste.
A 'new era' in malaria control has begun with a vaccination campaign for children in Ivory Coast

A 'new era' in malaria control has begun with a vaccination campaign for children in Ivory Coast

ABIDJAN, Ivory Coast (AP) — Health workers in Ivory Coast began giving children the latest malaria vaccine on Monday, the beginning of a regional campaign that experts hope might curb the impact of one of Africa's top killers.
Trump's escape from disaster by mere inches reveals a tiny margin with seismic impact

Trump's escape from disaster by mere inches reveals a tiny margin with seismic impact

NEW YORK (AP) — Jarring, chaotic and sudden, the bullet whizzed toward the stage where former President Donald Trump stood behind a podium speaking. In its wake: the potential for a horrifying and tragic chapter in American history.
'Hillbilly Elegy': JD Vance's rise to vice presidential candidate began with a bestselling memoir

'Hillbilly Elegy': JD Vance's rise to vice presidential candidate began with a bestselling memoir

NEW YORK (AP) — At the heart of JD Vance's swift journey from venture capitalist to vice presidential candidate is a memoir he first thought of in law school, “Hillbilly Elegy.
In beachy Galveston, locals buckle down without power after Beryl's blow during peak tourist season

In beachy Galveston, locals buckle down without power after Beryl's blow during peak tourist season

GALVESTON, Texas (AP) — Vacuums sucked the water out of the seaside inn run by Nick Gaido’s family in Galveston since 1911 as power was still spotty nearly one week after a resurgent Hurricane Beryl swept into Texas .
Judge removed from long-running gang and racketeering case against rapper Young Thug and others

Judge removed from long-running gang and racketeering case against rapper Young Thug and others

ATLANTA (AP) — The judge overseeing the long-running racketeering and gang prosecution against rapper Young Thug and others has been removed from the case after two defendants sought his recusal, citing a meeting the judge held with prosecutors and a
CBC/Radio-Canada board approves bonuses for 2023-24, but will review performance pay

CBC/Radio-Canada board approves bonuses for 2023-24, but will review performance pay

CBC would not disclose how much money was paid out to the 1,194 eligible employees for the 2023-24 fiscal year.
North American stock markets extend rally as investors bet on Trump

North American stock markets extend rally as investors bet on Trump

North American stock markets continued their winning streak Monday, as investors' growing confidence that former U.S. President Donald Trump may be heading back to the White House translated to fresh gains. The S&P/TSX composite index was up 78.
In a world of moving pictures, photographs capture indelible moments in Trump assassination attempt

In a world of moving pictures, photographs capture indelible moments in Trump assassination attempt

The photograph of a bloodied Donald Trump with his fist in the air and an American flag looming in the background is quickly emerging as the pivotal image of Saturday's shooting , and it wouldn't exist without a journalist who acted quickly and on a
Single-use plastic bags banned as next round of B.C. plastic regulations kicks in

Single-use plastic bags banned as next round of B.C. plastic regulations kicks in

VICTORIA — Plastic shopping bags and other single-use products are no longer available at British Columbia stores as the government implements the latest step in its plan to phaseout certain plastic items and keep harmful chemicals out of landfills.
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