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  • Tim Hortons is not the coffee king of Canada

    Tim Hortons might be thought of as ubiquitously Canadian, but an American brand has actually won the hearts and tastebuds of Canadian coffee drinkers.

  • Missing Ontario woman killed for role in love triangle, court hears

    A Toronto woman who vanished five years ago was murdered - and her remains burned - for being the odd woman out in a love triangle, court heard Monday. Crown attorney Jill Cameron laid out the prosecution's first-degree murder case against Dellen Millard, 32, of Toronto, and Mark Smich, 30, of Oakville, Ont., in the death of 23-year-old Laura Babcock, whose body has not been found. Cameron walked the jury through some of the evidence the prosecution will call, including text messages between Millard and his girlfriend.

  • The special bond Kate will share with Meghan Markle

    As Meghan Markle appears to get ready for a new life as a member of the royal family, she’ll have an experienced mentor and confidante in the Duchess of Cambridge. Kate, who was helped by Sophie, Countess of Wessex, as she negotiated her way into 'The Firm' seven years ago when she got engaged to Prince William, can now pass the favour forward. With reports that Harry, 33, recently introduced 36-year-old Meghan to the Queen over tea at Buckingham Palace, making an engagement announcement before Christmas more likely than ever, HELLO! explores the relationship between Meghan and Kate and finds they have plenty in common.

  • Vancouver strata lawyer preparing class action lawsuit against Airbnb

    Recently, Polina Furtula - who is on the strata council of her Yaletown condo tower - sent demand letters to Airbnb about unauthorized listings in her building. Airbnb notified the hosts of the complaints and shortly afterwards, the hosts decided to remove their listings.

  • China lifts Xi's status to most powerful leader in decades

    The ruling Communist Party on Tuesday formally lifted Xi Jinping's status to China's most powerful ruler in decades, setting the stage for the authoritarian leader to tighten his grip over the country while pursuing an increasingly muscular foreign policy and military expansion. The move to insert Xi's name and dogma into the party's constitution alongside the party's founders came at the close of a twice-a-decade congress that gathered the country's ruling elite alongside rank-and-file party members. It not only places him in the first rank, with past leaders Mao Zedong and Deng Xiaoping, but also effectively makes any act of opposing him tantamount to an attack on the party itself.

  • John Kelly and Sarah Huckabee Sanders Must Resign

    To defend Trump and to criticize a widow, they lied-and lost all credibility.