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Toyota Highlander Hybrid Limited AWD: New Generation

Auto review By Veeno Dewan The 2022 Toyota Highlander has been given a makeover – the first since the2014 version and improves this popular family...

India thrashes New Zealand by 73 runs to seal 3-0 series...

India beat New Zealand by 73 runs in the third and final T20I to win the three-match series 3-0 at the Eden Gardens in...

Heavy rains in southern Indian state kill 17, dozens missing

By Omer Farooq Hyderabad India (AP): At least 17 people have died and dozens are reported missing in the southern Indian state of Andhra Pradesh...

Kenney more confident in his leadership following United Conservative Party meeting

Calgary: Alberta Premier Jason Kenney says he is more confident in his leadership after a three-day annual general meeting of the United Conservative Party...

Plane carrying doses of COVID-19 vaccines for kids touches down in...

The first shipment of COVID-19 vaccines for children has arrived in Canada. A UPS plane touched down in Hamilton at around 5:15 p.m. carrying thousands...

Feds waiving normal EI rules for British Columbians left jobless by...

The federal government promised to expedite employment insurance applications and ease travel restrictions at British Columbia's borders on Sunday, among a host of measures...

India rebels kill 5 troops, 2 others in border state

By Wasbir Hussain Gauhati, India (AP): At least five Indian soldiers and two civilians were killed Saturday in an ambush by suspected rebels in the...

Canada, U.S. call to end fossil fuel subsidies as COP26 draft...

Ottawa: Canada's environment minister fended off accusations Friday that UN climate negotiators are resorting to ``weasel words'' on addressing fossil fuel subsidies. As United Nations...

Canada could authorize vaccine for kids aged five to 11 in...

By Melissa Couto Zuber The Canadian Press Health Canada says a decision on whether to authorize a COVID-19 vaccine for children will come ``in the next...

Supreme Court of Canada affirms ‘starting point’ approach to criminal sentencing

By Jim Bronskill The Canadian Press Ottawa: The Supreme Court of Canada says it is appropriate for appeal courts to set starting-point benchmarks for sentencing offenders...

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