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  • An historic first baby
    An Instagram image of three fishing hooks appeared yesterday with Jacinda Ardern’s announcement of her pregnancy.
    political editor
    Jacinda Ardern is set to make her mark in history again, as the first New Zealand Prime Minister to give birth in office — and just the second in the world....

  • Before commerce dominated, Ala Moana was a kiawe forest
    Ilove hearing firsthand recollections from readers (hint: keep them coming).
    Raymond “Sus” Sakamoto recently wrote to tell me about the area that became Ala Moana Center.
    “The Ala Moana Shopping Center site was once a kiawe forest, and it was our stomping grounds,” Sakamoto told me....

  • PTSD STRUGGLE
    Nadine Swist loved being a police officer, until the night she responded to a family violence call and a suspect threw her from a speeding vehicle.
    The trauma and injuries from that night, May 21, 2000, left her with post-traumatic stress disorder, she said, something she still struggles with...

  • Our driving columnist addresses reader concerns, including distracted driving
    Here are some answers to recent questions from readers. How many drivers are estimated to be illegally using their cellphones at any given time?
    At our last driving school convention, a policeman reported the illegal use of the handheld cellphone is about 11 per cent in the U.S...

  • Woodwynn Farms sale eyed; treatment centre in jeopardy
    Woodwynn Farms’ days as a therapeutic treatment centre might be coming to an end because the numbered company holding its $4.6-million mortgage is seeking to foreclose and sell the land.
    Founder Richard Leblanc has been running the 78-hectare farm in Central Saanich’s Mount Newton Valley for nine years....

  • BROCK BOESER: Canucks’ rookie faces tough competition for Calder Trophy
    So you think Brock Boeser can win the Calder Trophy.
    It won’t be easy, even if he’s in the midst of one of the greatest rookie seasons in franchise history.
    Boeser finds himself chilling during the team’s bye week with 22 goals. He’s 22-18-40 in 42 games. Right now, 30 goals seems not only attainable, but probable. And, as rookies go, this is rarefied air....

  • Trans-Canada secures backing from shippers
    CALGARY TransCanada Corp. said Thursday it had signed enough 20-year contracts to make its proposed Keystone XL pipeline commercially viable, but stopped short of announcing a final decision on the controversial project.
    Calgary-based TransCanada said shippers...

  • NO WYNNE SCENARIO
    Headline writers, like water, seek the path of least resistance, which is why Liberal Premier Kathleen Wynne’s recent cabinet shuffle had her injecting “new blood” into her front bench at Queen’s Park. New blood? This is a joke, right? Face it, Ontario goes to the polls in less than five months with a premier so low in approval that her party is on life support....

  • NO WYNNE SCENARIO
    Headline writers, like water, seek the path of least resistance, which is why Liberal Premier Kathleen Wynne’s recent cabinet shuffle had her injecting “new blood” into her front bench at Queen’s Park. New blood? This is a joke, right? Face it, Ontario goes to the polls in less than five months with a premier so low in approval that her party is on life support....

  • WAS 2017 THE HOTTEST YEAR ON RECORD?
    WASHINGTON — Earth last year wasn’t quite as hot as 2016’s record-shattering mark, but it ranked second or third, depending on who was counting.
    Either way, scientists say it showed a clear signal of manmade global warming because it was the hottest year they’ve seen without an El Niño boosting temperatures naturally....

  • AMERICA THE UNLIKED: Global leadership survey finds support for U.S. has plummeted under Donald Trump
    WASHINGTON — A new global survey suggests the world’s impression of the United States is plummeting under President Donald Trump, with Canada registering the largest such decline of any country within the Western Hemisphere.
    The Gallup polling company registered the worst annual score for the U.S...

  • U.S. President wants to use NAFTA talks to make Mexico pay for his border wall
    President vows Mexico will pay ‘directly or indirectly’ for structure
    U.S. President Donald Trump is threatening to use the renegotiation of NAFTA to squeeze Mexico to pay for his promised border wall – an explosive issue that could prove a deal-breaker.
    “The...

  • Murder charges laid in cases of two missing Toronto men
    Just weeks after seeking to quell fears of a serial killer in city’s LGBTQ community, police say they believe 66-year-old man killed two victims and likely others
    Just weeks after attempting to quell fears of a serial killer in Toronto’s LGBTQ community, police have arrested a man they say is responsible for the murder of two missing men – and they believe there are more victims....

  • Top seeds wilt in heat Down Under
    MELBOURNE Stan Wawrinka left it as late as possible before deciding his knee might just be good enough to get him through the Australian Open, site of his Grand Slam breakthrough.
    The 2014 champion clearly wasn’t fit enough against No. 97-ranked Tennys Sandgren, though, and made his earliest exit in a decade — 2-6, 1-6, 4-6 in the second round....

  • Teen spent two years planning escape from California house of horrors.
    • The 17- year- old girl who raised the alarm about a “House of Horrors” where she and her 12 siblings had been locked up for years had plotted her escape for two years.
    Prosecutors detailing the case against David and Louise Turpin, who appeared before a judge...

  • BRUTAL AND BEAUTIFUL
    If you dig a good western, you need to wait donkey’s years for one to come around. Top 10 lists for the genre don’t generally include anything this side of the 21st-century divide, although some (fairly) recent standouts include 2010’s Meek’s Cutoff, remakes of True Grit (2010) and 3:10 to Yuma (2007), and, if you want to broaden the field, last year’s superhero movie Logan....

  • Bill to fund government likely to wilt in Senate
    WASHINGTON — A divided House voted Thursday to prevent a government shutdown after an eleventhhour deal brought conservatives aboard. But the GOP written measure faced gloomy prospects in the Senate, and it remained unclear whether lawmakers would be able to find a way to keep federal offices open past a Friday night deadline....

  • Toronto seen as a long shot
    Toronto’s a long shot, but the steps it needs to take to stay in the running will pay off for the region
    After a quick collective pat on the back for making Amazon’s short list of 20 possible sites for a second headquarters, the team running Toronto’s bid for...

  • Brexit:
    Emmanuel Macron says Britain’s financial services sector cannot enjoy full access to Europe unless the UK accepts jurisdiction of European courts: French president Emmanuel Macron has told Britain that its financial services sector cannot enjoy full access to Europe unless it accepts the jurisdiction of European courts and other single market rules....

  • WONDER DOWN UNDER
    It is nice that little boys are so proud of their penises. It’s an enthusiasm that never goes away: a lifetime bromance of “check out this little chap” swagger. Their wrinkly tube of erectile tissue gets to be a wingman, with a name, a personality and a lot of reflected glory. Could women ever feel this fantastic about their genitals?...