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  • Holiday bliss
    The surf’s so untapped that even the guide isn’t sure where we should be sitting to wait for waves. He throws a buoy over the side of our speedboat: that way we’ll know if we’re about to surf straight into coral.
    Across Fiji, thousands of Australian surfers are battling it out for waves, but here ...

  • GOING THE DISTANCE
    Thanks to the opening of the Sooke Hills Wilderness Trail, you can hike all the way from the Mount Wells area in Langford to the town of Lake Cowichan. It’s a tough three-day adventure, and the rewards are nothing short of spectacular. The inn-to-inn trail winds its way through some of Vancouver Island’s finest scenery, with views of mountains, forests, rivers and falls...

  • Undeterred
    A junior student-athlete at Mount St. Charles, Jacob Maddalena has already sustained three concussions, two while playing hockey. Undeterred, the 17-year-old continues to find ways to satisfy his insatiable desire to compete. He also feels a certain duty when it comes to raising awareness concerning the dangers of traumatic brain injury....

  • Peter Jackson reports Wales’ best 15 of all time? Here are my Grand Slammers
    WE asked Peter Jackson to pick his way through a subject even more complex and emotive than Brexit – the greatest Wales Grand Slam team of the last 50 years based on those who have done the slamming. Attempts to resurrect the fabled Big Five for one last selection...

  • Will power!
    Saracens may not have quite matched the thrill of Scotland’s second-half comeback against England, but in overturning an 11-point half-time deficit against Harlequins at the London Stadium yesterday, Mark McCall’s side ensured they will go into their European quarter-final against Glasgow next Saturday in fine fettle....

  • One million join march against Brexit as Tories plan to oust May
    In one of the biggest demonstrations in British history, a crowd estimated at over one million people yesterday marched peacefully through central London to demand that MPs grant them a fresh referendum on Brexit.
    The Put it to the People march, which included...

  • The Travel Adviser
    Perspective is best defined as a particular attitude toward or way of regarding something; a point of view. It was back on May 16, 2017 that it was delivered to its proud owner. Based in Kuala Lumpur, little know Malindo Airways received the newest addition to a proud American company. Airline aficionados will no doubt discover that Malindo Air is in fact a subsidiary of Lion Air....

  • Final ISIS enclave in Syria captured
    Twelve hours after the US announced the defeat of Islamic State in Syria on Saturday, the Syrian Democratic Forces (SDF) also declared the “total elimination of the so-called caliphate.”
    “We announce today the destruction of the so-called Islamic State organization...

  • Howredlighting canenhanceand addto the aesthetics of your house?
    Every one of us dreams of a better home, andincreasingly weall want homes that reflect our personality. The growth of the real estate industry in India bears testimony to this, as it’s metamorphosed into a pillar of the Indian economy. This has also given rise to everything that goes into making a house a home, lighting for example....

  • Leaders irate as Alberta left out of tanker hearings
    A Senate committee has ruled there will be no hearings in Alberta on Bill C-48, the atrocious tanker moratorium, which should really be called the Alberta Product Ban.
    The committee will travel to Terrace and Prince Rupert, B.C. But the senators have twice voted down pleas to hold hearings in Alberta and Saskatchewan....

  • Halting new N. Korea sanctions, president creates confusion
    President Trump sparked confusion across Washington on Friday by calling off an upcoming round of large-scale economic sanctions against North Korea in a dashed-off tweet.
    The announcement underscored a rift with his top aides who have called for a tougher posture toward the isolated regime, as well as a larger breakdown of the White House’s public messaging strategy....

  • WHAT, ME WORRY?
    WASHINGTON — Special counsel Robert Mueller submitted a long-awaited report to Attorney General William Barr on Friday, marking the end of his investigation into Russian interference in the 2016 election and possible obstruction of justice by President Donald Trump....

  • WILSON-RAYBOULD TO PROVIDE MORE EVIDENCE TO COMMITTEE
    Former attorney-general tells committee chair she has ‘relevant facts and evidence’ to share
    Former attorney-general Jody Wilson-Raybould says she plans to provide further evidence to a parliamentary committee about high-level political interference in the criminal prosecution of SNCLavalin Group Inc....

  • Mueller delivers Trump-Russia probe report to U.S. Attorney-General
    Attorney-General William Barr is reviewing special counsel’s final report on whether Trump colluded with the Kremlin to win the 2016 election
    Special counsel Robert Mueller has completed his investigation into Russian interference in the 2016 U.S. presidential...

  • WILSON-RAYBOULD TO PROVIDE MORE EVIDENCE TO COMMITTEE
    Former attorney-general tells committee chair she has ‘relevant facts and evidence’ to share
    Former attorney-general Jody Wilson-Raybould says she plans to provide further evidence to a parliamentary committee about high-level political interference in the criminal prosecution of SNCLavalin Group Inc....

  • ELECTION MATH FAVOURS UCP
    Math is difficult. You may remember that ill-advised nugget of condescension then-Progressive Conservative leader Jim Prentice threw at the NDP’s Rachel Notley during the 2015 election debate.
    It was a turning point in the campaign, cementing the transformation of Notley’s crew from upstart underdogs to legitimate election force....

  • ELECTION MATH FAVOURS UCP
    Math is difficult. You may remember that ill-advised nugget of condescension then-Progressive Conservative leader Jim Prentice threw at the NDP’s Rachel Notley during the 2015 election debate.
    It was a turning point in the campaign, cementing the transformation of Notley’s crew from upstart underdogs to legitimate election force....

  • PATERSON Owen
    AS EU-27 leaders huddled to decide Britain’s future on Thursday night during marathon summit talks, a date briefly emerged as the day that the guillotine should fall on Britain’s parliamentary procrastinations – May 7.
    Emmanuel Macron, the French president,...

  • EU gives Theresa May two-week Brexit reprieve
    Brexit is to be delayed till April 12 at the earliest, after European leaders agreed to a modified version of British Prime Minister Theresa May’s request that they delay Brexit.
    Now, if May’s withdrawal deal is passed by MPs next week, then Brexit will be delayed till May 22 — the day before European Parliamentary elections are set to take place....

  • Trump backs Netanyahu
    — President Donald Trump said on Thursday the United States should acknowledge Israeli sovereignty over the hotly-contested Golan Heights, in what amounted to a major pre-election gift for his ally Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu.
    “After 52 years it is time for the United States to fully recognize Israel’s Sovereignty over the Golan Heights,” Trump said in a tweet....