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Canada presses Iran to release black boxes from downed Flight 752 – The Globe and Mail

January 19th, 2020

The crate containing purportedly the two black boxes recovered from the crashed Ukrainian airliner, Boeing 737-800, is seen in this still image taken from a video, in Teheran, Iran January 10, 2020.

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Ottawa is continuing to exhort Iran to turn over the flight recorders for Flight 752 to Ukrainian or French authorities amid concerns that Tehran is not fully collaborating with the international investigation into the downing of the civilian aircraft.

Speaking during a three-day federal cabinet retreat in Winnipeg, Foreign Affairs Minister François-Philippe Champagne said he remains in contact with Iranian Foreign Minister Mohammad Javad Zarif to push for full co-operation with multilateral efforts to get to the bottom of the tragedy. Mr. Champagne met with his Iranian counterpart on Friday in Oman.

“We expect Iran to proceed with transparency and we demand from Iran that the black boxes be sent to Kyiv or Paris,” Mr. Champagne told reporters on Sunday. “There was news coverage this morning that would indicate otherwise so I contacted the Iranian Foreign Minister this morning to reiterate the demand that was formulated a few days ago.”

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Mr. Champagne’s comments came after news reports that the Iranian official leading the investigation appeared to be backtracking on an earlier statement that the black boxes would be sent to Ukraine. Hassan Rezaeifar was quoted Sunday by the state-run IRNA news agency as saying “the flight recorders from the Ukrainian Boeing are in Iranian hands and we have no plans to send them out.”

He added that Iran is working to recover the data and cabin recordings, and that it may send the flight recorders to Ukraine or France. “But as of yet, we have made no decision.”

Ukraine International Airlines Flight 752 was shot down on Jan. 8, hours after Iran had fired several volleys of ballistic missiles at U.S. military bases in Iraq in response to the U.S. assassination of a senior Iranian commander. All 176 people on board died, including 57 Canadians and 29 foreigners who were permanent residents of Canada.

Canada’s Transportation Safety Board said in a statement that it is ready to send investigators to any location where the aircraft recorders will be downloaded and analyzed, adding that there are still “no firm plans” for the process to take place.

“It is our understanding that the flight data recorder and the cockpit voice recorder – often referred to as ‘black’ boxes – are still in Iran,” the TSB said.

Investigators from the organization have left Iran after six days in the country. TSB investigators are heading to Ukraine this week to continue their work with their counterparts from the National Bureau of Air Accidents Investigation. According to the TSB, there is a possibility that Iran’s lead investigator will also travel to Ukraine.

On Thursday, countries other than Iran that lost citizens in the Flight 752 crash gathered in London and issued a statement urging Tehran to conduct a comprehensive investigation of the disaster and offer to deliver “closure, accountability, transparency and justice for the families and loved ones of all the victims.” The countries included Canada, Britain, Afghanistan, Sweden and Ukraine.

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On Friday, Prime Minister Justin Trudeau said that Flight 752’s recorders are significantly damaged and Iran doesn’t have the technical capacity to analyze them quickly. Mr. Trudeau said that so far the “people we’re engaging with in Iran have been aligned” with the wishes of Canada and other countries for a full investigation.

Mr. Champagne said the Canadian government is working with the families of the victims, including those who are seeking to bring back their remains to Canada.

“In all cases, we should respect the wishes of the family,” he said. “That wish has already been expressed for most of the families, so in some cases, burials [in Iran] are taking place, in some other cases, repatriations are taking place.”

With reports from Steven Chase and The Canadian Press

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Prince Harry Says There Was ‘No Other Option’ Than Stepping Down From Royal Duties – ET Canada

January 19th, 2020

Prince Harry Says There Was ‘No Other Option’ Than Stepping Down From Royal Duties
During an emotional speech at a fundraiser for his charity Sentebale, Prince Harry addresses for the first time his and Meghan Markle’s decision to step down from the Royal Family, revealing there was “no other option”.

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Highest snowfall observed in N.L. storm was 93 cm: Environment Canada – Global News

January 19th, 2020

Newly-released figures from Environment Canada are shedding light on the magnitude of Newfoundland‘s historic blizzard.

READ MORE: Troops arrive in Newfoundland to assist after historic blizzard

Many communities in the eastern part of the province have been at a near standstill since Friday when powerful winds and record-breaking snowfall prompted states of emergency.

The highest snowfall measurements were taken in areas just outside St. John’s, data from Environment Canada shows.

The city of Mount Pearl, which neighbours the capital city, received 93 centimetres of snow, while the town of Paradise received 91 cm.

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At St. John’s International Airport, 76.2 cm fell. That’s the highest daily snowfall measured at the airport since at least 1942, when record-keeping began. (An additional two cm fell after 2:30 a.m., bringing the storm’s overall total to 78 cm)

The previous airport snowfall record of 68.4 cm dates back to April 5, 1999.

READ MORE: Newfoundland seeks help from Canadian Armed Forces after ‘historic’ blizzard

Towards the centre of the province, the storm was far less severe. The town of Gander received 35 cm of snow, according to a measurement taken at the airport.

In addition to the snowfall, forecasters also warned of powerful winds and storm surges.

Environment Canada says the highest wind gust of the storm was 171 km/h, measured on tiny Green Island off Fortune Bay near the French islands of Saint Pierre and Miquelon.

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By comparison, sustained winds of 119 km/h and beyond are considered hurricane force.

In St. John’s, measurements taken at various locations put maximum wind gusts in the range of 105 km/h to 134 km/h.

Newfoundland and Labrador Premier Dwight Ball said the storm was “historic.”

1:35Newfoundland premier says winter storm having ‘profound impact’ on residents

Newfoundland premier says winter storm having ‘profound impact’ on residents

“It’s having a profound impact on residents,” he said in an interview with Global News on Saturday.

Given the high levels of snowfall — Ball said there were some cases of snowdrifts as high as 15 feet — the extent of the damage is not known at this point.

READ MORE: In photos: Eastern Newfoundland digs out from record-breaking snowstorm

Photos posted to social media showed snowdrifts large enough to fully engulf cars and block doorways.

A few residents even used the steep streets of downtown St. John’s for skiing and snowboarding.

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Canadian Forces members were headed to the island Sunday to provide support and help the province dig out after Ball made a request for federal assistance on Saturday.

Defence Minister Harjit Sajjan said it was likely that 150 to 200 Canadian Forces personnel would be on the ground by the end of the day.

“This could surge up to anywhere between 250 to 300 by tomorrow and the coming days,” he told reporters in Winnipeg.

St. John’s and some surrounding communities remain under states of emergency since Friday.

3:10N.L. digs out after powerful storm, record-breaking snow

N.L. digs out after powerful storm, record-breaking snow

While all businesses were ordered to shut down and all non-emergency vehicles banned from St. John’s roads, the city is now allowing gas stations and pharmacies to open. Private plow drivers are also allowed to operate.

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St. John’s International Airport has announced it remains closed for commercial flights until at least Monday night.

One man, 26-year-old Joshua Wall, has been missing since Friday in the area of Roaches Line, about 70 kilometres west of St. John’s.

–With files from the Canadian Press and Nick Logan, Global News

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Prince Harry speaks out about decision to step back from royal roles ‘with great sadness’ – Global News

January 19th, 2020

Prince Harry broke his silence and directly addressed his and his wife’s decision to step back from the Royal Family, in a speech delivered Sunday at a charity dinner in the U.K.

“Before I begin, I must say that I can only imagine what you may have heard or perhaps read of the past few weeks,” he says in a video clip of his speech posted to the official Instagram account for him and his wife Meghan Markle, the Duke and Duchess of Sussex.

The 35-year-old prince is referring to their decision to no longer be working members of the Royal Family and to no longer use their royal titles — news that sparked headlines and analysis around the world.

READ MORE: From dating to royal departure: a timeline of Meghan Markle, Prince Harry’s relationship

A statement Saturday from Buckingham Palace confirmed the couple will be required to “step back from Royal duties, including official military appointments,” and will no longer receive public funds for royal duties.

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“Harry, Meghan and Archie will always be much-loved members of my family,” the Queen said in the statement. “I recognize the challenges they have experienced as a result of intense scrutiny over the last two years and support their wish for a more independent life.”

In a statement last week, the Queen had said that Harry and Meghan will be splitting their time between the U.K. and Canada, after they had announced they were stepping down from their duties as official senior members of the Royal Family.

The almost eight-minute-long video clip posted on Sunday shows Harry standing at a podium, at a dinner for supporters of Sentebale in London, U.K. Sentebale is a charity he co-founded in 2006.

“I want you to hear the truth from me, as much as I can share, not as a prince or a duke but as Harry,” the prince says. “The same person that many of you have watched grow up over the last 35 years. But now with a clearer perspective.”

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Harry goes on to say that he loves the United Kingdom: “The U.K. is my home and a place that I love. That will never change.”

“I’ve grown up feeling supported from so many of you and I watched as you welcomed Meghan with open arms, as you saw me find the love and happiness that I’d hoped for all my life.”

He manages to make the audience laugh: “Finally, the second son of Diana got hitched. Hurray.”

READ MORE: No assessment made on security for Prince Harry, Meghan, safety minister says

“I also know that you’ve come to know me well enough over all these years to trust that the woman I chose as my wife upholds the same values as I do,” Harry says. “And she does. And she’s the same woman I fell in love with. We both do everything we can to fly the flag and carry out our roles for this country with pride.”

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Prince Harry makes first public appearance since stepping back from senior royal duties

Harry says both he and Markle were “excited” once they got married back in May 2018.

“We were hopeful and we were here to serve,” he says. “For those reasons, it brings me great sadness that it has come to this.”

He says the decision he made “for my wife and I to step back” was not made lightly.

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0:40Public Safety Minister says assessment still needs to be done on security for Prince Harry, Meghan Markle

Public Safety Minister says assessment still needs to be done on security for Prince Harry, Meghan Markle

“There was so many months of talks after so many years of challenges,” Harry says. “And I know I haven’t always gotten it right but as far as this goes, there really was no other option.”

But the two aren’t “walking away,” he adds.

“Our hope was to continue serving the Queen, the Commonwealth and my military associations but without public funding,” Harry says.

“Unfortunately, that wasn’t possible. I’ve accepted this, knowing that it doesn’t change who I am or how committed I am. But I hope that helps you understand what it had come to, that I would step my family back from all I have ever known, to take a step forward into what I hope can be a more peaceful life.”

He also talked about the media being a “powerful force.”

READ MORE: Experts say royal deal paves way for Meghan, Harry’s part-time move to Canada

“My hope is one day our collective support for each other can be more powerful,” Harry says. “Because this is so much bigger than just us.”

He also mentions that his son Archie — less than a year old — saw snow for the first time “the other day and thought it was bloody brilliant,” garnering another laugh from the audience.

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“I will always have the utmost respect for my grandmother, my commander-in-chief, and I am incredibly grateful to her and the rest of my family for the support they have shown Meghan and I over the last few months,” Harry says.

“I will continue to be the same man who holds his country dear and dedicates his life to supporting the causes, charities and military communities that are so important to me.”

“We are taking a leap of faith so thank you for giving me the courage to take this next step.”

With files by Emerald Bensadoun

© 2020 Global News, a division of Corus Entertainment Inc.

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N.L. blizzard: What’s open, what’s closed and what you can (and can’t) do – CBC.ca

January 19th, 2020

After a record-breaking snowfall on Friday with more to come overnight, eastern Newfoundland residents have been focused on digging out, staying safe and keeping warm.

But as a new work week begins, up to 300 military members arrive in the area and snow-clearing operations continue, states of emergency in a number of municipalities restrict what residents can and cannot do. Here’s what you need to know to stay safe (and within the law).

What’s open and closed

Under the various states of emergency in St. John’s, Paradise, Conception Bay and elsewhere, residents are strongly urged to remain indoors, off the streets and sidewalks, to allow snow-clearing operations to carry on unimpeded.

Residents who are running low on supplies will have few options in St. John’s, where a state of emergency will remain in effect on Monday, with some exceptions. Snow-clearing contractors are permitted to carry out their work, gas stations may open to provide emergency fuel needed for snow removal, and pharmacies can open to meet emergency medication needs.

Watch: St. John’s mayor warns residents of the rules in effect

St. John’s Mayor Danny Breen on the state of emergency in Newfoundland following a record-setting blizzard. 4:54

While there are reports from around the city of convenience stores opening and residents lining up along sidewalks and roadways for a chance to re-stock their pantries, the city of St. John’s notes that businesses can be charged if they are caught violating the state of emergency.

Conception Bay South lifted its state of emergency Sunday at 4 p.m., while the Town of Torbay plans to lift its state of emergency between 6 a.m. and 9 p.m. on Monday. The Town of Paradise is also lifting its state of emergency between 6 a.m. and midnight daily, effective Monday.

Meanwhile, all provincial government offices in the St. John’s metro area will be closed Monday, as will schools on the Avalon peninsula and the Discovery Collegiate system on the Bonavista peninsula. More school closure information can be found here.

Memorial University has closed its St. John’s, Marine Institute and Signal Hill campuses and they will remain closed on Monday.

Airport operations limited

The St. John’s airport tweeted that it had cleared its airfield to allow for air ambulance and military aircraft operations, but commercial air traffic has yet to resume.

After initially saying commercial flights could resume Sunday at 8 p.m., the airport tweeted with a pushed-back timeline of “at least” Monday at 8 p.m. 

Travellers are advised to check with their airlines if they have flights scheduled.

Where to get help

The federal government has responded to requests for help from the province with a pledge of up to 300 members of the Canadian Armed Forces and a handful of aircraft. Resources are expected to arrive by Monday.

Newfoundland and Labrador Premier Dwight Ball said Sunday that an emergency operations centre will open to centralize requests for help from residents. Armed Forces members will be available to help with snow-clearing efforts, as well as transportation services to warming and emergency centres and helping with any search and rescue operations. 

Anyone who requires physical assistance with snow clearing around their homes can call 311 or 754-CITY.

Watch: Federal ministers promise help

Minister of National Defence Harjit Sajjan said the military would not be seeking to recover costs for their services. 1:02

Anyone in need of medical care can call the health information line at 811 to speak to a nurse and determine whether they need to travel to a hospital.

Eastern Health said Sunday that health-care facilities and other sites with 24-hour operations will remain open, and emergency services are available at all sites. Health-care workers and emergency personnel are also allowed to travel to work in communities under states of emergency if it’s safe to do so.

Eastern Health also announced that services have returned to normal operations in Rural Avalon, Clarenville and the Burin and Bonavista peninsulas. Additional information regarding Eastern Health can be found here.

Emergency and urgent services at facilities in St. John’s, including the Health Sciences Centre, Janeway Children’s Health and Rehabilitation, the Dr. H. Bliss Murphy Cancer Centre, St. Clare’s Mercy Hospital, Waterford Hospital and Dr. L.A. Miller Centre will proceed as normal on Monday and Tuesday. However, all other services at these sites are cancelled.

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Multiple people taken to hospital due to 7-vehicle crash on Winnipeg’s icy Perimeter Highway – CBC.ca

January 19th, 2020

Multiple people ended up in hospital after a semi-tractor trailer struck a tow truck while it was pulling another vehicle out of the ditch along an icy Winnipeg highway shortly after noon.

RCMP received a call about the seven-vehicle crash on the city’s south Perimeter Highway near St. Anne’s Road at 1:10 p.m. on Sunday.

Four other vehicles were reported to be involved in a chain reaction of collisions as a result of the initial crash between a semi, a tow truck and the vehicle it was hauling, an RCMP spokesperson confirmed in an email.

Cpl. Julie Courchaine was uncertain how many people were taken to hospital and the extent of their injuries.

Courchaine said roads were identified as icy at the time of the collision.

A minivan is one of seven vehicles involved in a crash on the south Perimeter Highway near St. Anne’s Road on Sunday afternoon. (walther Bernal/CBC)

CAA Manitoba has confirmed one of its tow trucks was involved. The tow truck driver and the member being serviced were not injured.

All lanes are now open to the public. The Perimeter Highway’s westbound lanes reopened around 5 p.m. after being closed for the afternoon due to the collision.

Officers are expected to stay on scene for a while.

A traffic analyst is assisting RCMP in the ongoing investigation.

A damaged tow truck at the scene of a seven-vehicle collision in south Winnipeg on Sunday, January 19, 2020. (Walther Bernal/CBC)

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Prince Harry says stepping back a ‘great sadness,’ but does not regret decision – CBC.ca

January 19th, 2020

Prince Harry said on Sunday it brought him great sadness that he was leaving his royal duties after agreeing with Queen Elizabeth that he and his wife, Meghan, would step down from official roles to seek an independent future.

“I want you to hear the truth from me, as much as I can share not as a prince, or a duke, but as Harry, the same person that many of you have watched grow up over the last 35 years, but with a clearer perspective,” Harry said in a speech to the Sentebale charity.

“The U.K. is my home and a place that I love. That will never change.”

He added: “It brings me great sadness that it has come to this.”

The front pages of London’s Sunday newspapers are seen displayed. (Frank Augstein/Associated Press)

The same day, Queen Elizabeth was all smiles as she made her way to church after a momentous announcement that  Harry and Meghan would cut almost all of their ties to the Royal Family in favour of a more private life.

She was greeted by royal supporters as she entered the church near her Sandringham House estate with her son Prince Andrew.

Elizabeth, 93, has been managing a family crisis caused by Harry and Meghan’s wish to spend part of their time in Canada and to completely alter their relationship with the rest of the royals.

Queen Elizabeth attended church near her Sandringham House estate on Sunday. (Chris Radburn/Reuters)

Andrew, meanwhile, has faced heated questions about his relationship with the late convicted sex offender and financier Jeffrey Epstein. The Queen’s second son has relinquished royal duties and patronages after being accused by a woman who says she was an Epstein trafficking victim who was forced to sleep with the prince.

Harry and Meghan haven’t yet commented on the new course of their lives expected to begin this spring. His father Prince Charles and brother Prince William have also been silent.

In a statement released Saturday evening, the Queen put the best possible face on events by saying: “I want to thank them for all their dedicated work across this country, the Commonwealth and beyond, and am particularly proud of how Meghan has so quickly become one of the family.”

Tourists take photos outside the gates of Buckingham Palace on Sunday. (Dominic Lipinski/PA via AP)

Harry and Meghan will stop using their Royal Highness titles and will lose all access to public funds when they stop carrying out official functions. The news has been greeted with dismay in the Sandringham area, where the Queen and her family are familiar figures.

Royal watcher Rosie Viles, who waited for a glimpse of the Queen, said she wasn’t shocked by the decision, but was upset.

“It’s very sad that he feels that he’s got to stand away from royal duties but he’s obviously made that decision and I think part of that might have been to do with his mum, Princess Diana,” she said, referring to the Diana’s death in 1997 when she being hounded by the press. “I’m sad, but it’s his decision at the end of the day and obviously the Queen has sorted it all out.”

Meghan’s estranged father critical

Meghan’s father, Thomas Markle, accused his daughter of “cheapening” the Royal Family in part of an interview released Sunday.

Markle, who has been estranged from his daughter since her marriage to Harry, told Channel 5 news in a documentary that he believed Meghan, 38, was tossing away “every girl’s dream.”

“It’s disappointing because she actually got every girl’s dream. Every young girl wants to become a princess and she got that and now she’s tossing that away, for, it looks like she’s tossing that away for money,” he said.

Meghan is not a princess but has the title Duchess of Sussex.

“They are destroying it, they are cheapening it, they’re making it shabby … They are turning it into a Walmart with a crown of it now. It is something that is ridiculous, they shouldn’t be doing this.”

Prime Minister Boris Johnson, meanwhile, said he believed that the whole of Britain would want to wish the very best to Harry and Meghan.

“I think the whole country will want to join in wishing them the very best for the future,” Johnson told Sky News in Berlin where he is attending a summit on Libya.

“As I said before … I was sure that the Royal Family, which has been around a very long time, will find a way forward.”

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Queen Elizabeth greeted by well-wishers after announcement regarding Harry and Meghan’s royal ties – CBC.ca

January 19th, 2020

Queen Elizabeth was all smiles as she made her way to church Sunday after a momentous announcement that Prince Harry and wife Meghan would cut almost all of their ties to the Royal Family in favour of a more private life.

She was greeted by royal supporters as she entered the church near her Sandringham House estate with her son Prince Andrew.

Elizabeth, 93, has been managing a family crisis caused by Harry and Meghan’s wish to spend part of their time in Canada and to completely alter their relationship with the rest of the royals.

Andrew, meanwhile, has faced heated questions about his relationship with the late convicted sex offender and financier Jeffrey Epstein. The Queen’s second son has relinquished royal duties and patronages after being accused by a woman who says she was an Epstein trafficking victim who was forced to sleep with the prince.

Prince Andrew, the Queen’s second son who has faced heated questions about his relationship with the late convicted sex offender and financier Jeffrey Epstein, accompanied his mother on Sunday. (Chris Radburn/Reuters)

Harry and Meghan haven’t yet commented on the new course of their lives expected to begin this spring. His father Prince Charles and brother Prince William have also been silent.

In a statement released Saturday evening, the Queen put the best possible face on events by saying: “I want to thank them for all their dedicated work across this country, the Commonwealth and beyond, and am particularly proud of how Meghan has so quickly become one of the family.”

Harry and Meghan will stop using their Royal Highness titles and will lose all access to public funds when they stop carrying out official functions. The news has been greeted with dismay in the Sandringham area, where the Queen and her family are familiar figures.

Harry, right, and Meghan will stop using their Royal Highness titles and will lose all access to public funds when they stop carrying out official functions. (Toby Melville/Reuters)

Royal watcher Rosie Viles, who waited for a glimpse of the Queen, said she wasn’t shocked by the decision, but was upset.

“It’s very sad that he feels that he’s got to stand away from royal duties but he’s obviously made that decision and I think part of that might have been to do with his mum, Princess Diana,” she said, referring to the Diana’s death in 1997 when she being hounded by the press. “I’m sad, but it’s his decision at the end of the day and obviously the Queen has sorted it all out.”

Meghan’s estranged father critical

Meghan’s father, Thomas Markle, accused his daughter of “cheapening” the Royal Family in part of an interview released Sunday.

Markle, who has been estranged from his daughter since her marriage to Harry, told Channel 5 news in a documentary that he believed Meghan, 38, was tossing away “every girl’s dream.”

“It’s disappointing because she actually got every girl’s dream. Every young girl wants to become a princess and she got that and now she’s tossing that away, for, it looks like she’s tossing that away for money,” he said.

Meghan is not a princess but has the title Duchess of Sussex.

“They are destroying it, they are cheapening it, they’re making it shabby … They are turning it into a Walmart with a crown of it now. It is something that is ridiculous, they shouldn’t be doing this.”

Prime Minister Boris Johnson, meanwhile, said he believed that the whole of Britain would want to wish the very best to Harry and Meghan.

“I think the whole country will want to join in wishing them the very best for the future,” Johnson told Sky News in Berlin where he is attending a summit on Libya.

“As I said before … I was sure that the Royal Family, which has been around a very long time, will find a way forward.”

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45-year-old Vancouver woman found murdered in Gastown home – CityNews Vancouver

January 19th, 2020

VANCOUVER (NEWS 1130) — Vancouver police responded to a call around 1:30 a.m. Sunday near Abbott and Water Streets.

Paramedics tried to resuscitate the victim, but were unable to do so according the VPD.

No arrests have been made, and police do not believe the public is at risk.

This is the city’s third homicide of the year and the second this weekend.

If you have any information about the incident contact the VPD’s Homicide Unit at 604-717-2500 or contact Crime Stoppers at 1-800-222-8477.

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Lev Parnas’s media campaign to take down Trump | The Weekly with Wendy Mesley – CBC News

January 19th, 2020

A former associate of Rudy Giuliani is using the media to make explosive claims about Donald Trump and his inner circle. During a series of TV interviews, Lev Parnas links the U.S. president and others to the pressure campaign against Ukraine. All of this is happening as the Senate impeachment trial gets underway.

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