The U.S. Department of Justice hit telecommunications giant Huawei with new charges of stealing trade secrets and breaking sanctions by doing business with North Korea. A new superseding indictment filed in the Eastern District of New York also adds racketeering conspiracy charges to the allegations already facing the Chinese telecommunications
The final round of Tuesday’s episode of Family Feud Canada had Gertie Mercer Hodder frowning in concentration. With $10,000 on the line, she was tapped by her four sisters to take the stage solo and guess the most popular answers to five questions. “Name a seasoning a chef uses the most,” commanded host Gerry
Speeding up research into drugs and vaccines for coronavirus is a priority for the World Health Organization’s efforts to contain the outbreak centred in China. An advanced team from the United Nations’s global public health organization is in Beijing today. They’re aiming to learn more about the virus itself as
A Vancouver woman who went public with allegations of sex slavery inside a cult-like self-empowerment group is among more than three dozen Canadians who are part of a lawsuit against the organization’s inner circle. Sarah Edmondson is suing the leaders of NXIVM — along with two heiresses of the Seagram’s liquor
Sinn Fein on Monday said it wanted a major role in Ireland’s next government after a record election showing, a move that would raise its central goal of reunification with Northern Ireland near the top of the agenda in Dublin for the first time. The left-wing Irish nationalist party stunned
Deputy Prime Minister Chrystia Freeland arrives in Edmonton this week for a meeting with Western Canadian municipal leaders to find solutions for economic uncertainty in their communities. Freeland will speak with western leaders in a one-day summit on Monday organized by the Western Economic Solutions Taskforce of the Federation of Canadian Municipalities (FCM).
Fresh from celebrating Olympic qualification with semifinal wins Friday, Canada and the U.S., clash Sunday with bragging rights on the line at the CONCACAF Women’s Olympic Qualifying Championship. “We’re definitely not finished at this tournament,” said Canada coach Kenneth Heiner-Moller. “Every time you’re in a final, you go for the
The UN weather agency said Friday that an Argentine research base on the northern tip of Antarctica is reporting a temperature that, if confirmed, could be a record high for the icy continent. World Meteorological Organization (WMO) spokesperson Clare Nullis, citing figures from Argentina’s national weather service, said the Esperanza base recorded