The plane crashed in North Park in 1978
The plane crashed in North Park in 1978
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Ajay Chowdhury and Ian Rankin are among the authors of this year’s standout novels, including cosy escapes, dodgy cops and a murder told backwards
Preventing future pandemics, the secrets of the Higgs boson and the surprising roots of plastic surgery
Memories of growing up in a takeaway, eulogies to pressure cookers and snacks, and the best of Jamaican and Indian cuisine
A warning about brain damage, a fresh perspective on Geoffrey Boycott, and the rise and tragic demise of a great cyclist
Heartfelt memoirs from Richard E Grant and Viola Davis, childhood tales of religious dogma, and vivid insights into Agatha Christie and John Donne
A pandemic stream-of‑consciousness, an artist in the making and a bird society on the moon are among this year’s favourites
Journeys through music, history, magic and more, plus the standout books for young adults
Dazzling invention from Jennifer Egan, a state-of-the nation tale from Jonathan Coe and impressive debut novels and short stories are among this year’s highlights
Black women in pop, British heavy metal, and the story behind Chirpy Chirpy, Cheep Cheep
Meditations on modern Britain, 100 queer poems, and evocations of the natural world are among this year’s standout collections
World Cup not only focuses attention on Qatar's human rights violations, the tournament watched by billions also impacts protesters in China and Iran.
Kailey-Anne Donald was on team Skywalkers on Friday, building robots and competing against other schools in Montreal. It was an opportunity to show young women they can do engineering and robotics, she said. "I've been building robots for three months, but I feel like I have been doing it for four years," said Donald. "It just comes so naturally." She is a student at Pierrefonds Community High School (PCHS) in Montreal, where the event was held for the first time in three years because of the pa
On what is typically the busiest weekend of the Christmas tree-buying season, many shoppers are about to discover inflationary pressures that hit grocery stores have made their way to Christmas tree farms. The pressure on these farms comes from the time necessary to grow popular trees like the Fraser fir — often an entire decade — and growing costs to run tree farms and various seasonal events for families. "Christmas tree farming is not just six weeks of the year," said Shirley Brennan of Chris
A search into the archives of CBC and Radio-Canada has unearthed some photographs of the early days of Cree-language radio and television broadcasts out of Montreal. The CBC North Cree unit celebrated the 50th and 40th anniversaries of its Cree-language radio and television broadcasts in November with a special event in the lobby of the new Maison Radio-Canada in Montreal on Nov. 24, including a special taping of Eyou Dipaimoon. The very first broadcasts of the Cree language began in November 19
The 47-year-old was taken to hospital in Perth after feeling unwell while working as a television pundit on Friday.
Vincent Aboubakar's removal from the pitch at the World Cup has been dubbed “wholesome” following a sweet exchange with the referee.
Russian President Vladimir Putin and high-ranking Kremlin officials have repeatedly said that they will not supply oil to countries that implement the price cap. In comments published on Telegram, Russia's embassy in the United States criticised what it said was the "reshaping" of free market principles and reiterated that its oil would continue to be in demand despite the measures.
Writers covering the World Cup for The Associated Press have chosen their standout players at the tournament so far to form a best team of the group stage. Spoiler alert: Lionel Messi and Kylian Mbappé are in there, along with surprise names who have helped to cause some of the many big upsets in Qatar and others who are putting themselves in the shop window for post-tournament transfers. The selection was made using the 4-3-3 formation preferred by most teams at this World Cup.
Three executives of the company: Christopher Womack, Kent Evans and Michael Black, who the SEC alleged were involved in violating Regulation FD, or fair disclosure, also agreed to each pay a $25,000 penalty without admitting or denying the regulator's allegations, the filing said. AT&T did not immediately respond to a Reuters' request for comment outside business hours. In a March 2021 lawsuit, the SEC accused Dallas-based AT&T and three investor relations executives of leaking details about its smartphone business to 20 firms.