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90s fashion appears in back-to-school season
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2018-08-11    0 views
Urban Outfitters Inc., American Eagle Outfitters Inc., and other retailers are filling stores with styles from the 1990s in a bet that fanny packs, chunky-soled sneakers, and high-waisted "mom jeans" will lift back-to-school sales.
U.S. apparel retailers, hurt by more consumers shopping online and declining mall traffic, have been starved for a major new fashion movement to entice finicky millennial buyers (Reuters).
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Fredericton Shooting, killed 4 people
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2018-08-10    15 views
TORONTO—Four people, including two police officers, were killed in a shooting in Fredericton and one person was taken into custody, police said on Aug. 10.
Police in the city of about 56,000 that is the capital of New Brunswick, said in a post on Twitter that the incident was under investigation and there were multiple fatalities (Reuters).
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L'Oreal teams with Facebook to develop virtual make-up tests
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2018-08-09    0 views
PARIS—Maybelline parent L'Oreal is pairing up with Facebook to roll out virtual tests for shoppers to see how they might look with different lipsticks or eye shadows, adding to its push to drive more sales online and through social media networks (Reuters).
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Singapore test eye scans at border checkpoints
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2018-08-09    0 views
SINGAPORE—Singapore has started scanning travellers' eyes at some of its border checkpoints, its immigration authority said on Aug. 6, in a trial of expensive technology that could one day replace fingerprint verification (Reuters).
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Hurricane John forms off the Pacific coast
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2018-08-07    2 views
MEXICO CITY—Hurricane John formed off of Mexico's Pacific coast on Aug. 6, but the storm was projected to move parallel to the coast before wheeling off into the Pacific Ocean later this week, the U.S. National Hurricane Center (NHC) said (Reuters).
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Tokyo medical school cuts women exam scores
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2018-08-03    0 views
TOKYO—A Tokyo medical school systematically cut women applicant's entrance exam scores for years to keep them out and boost the numbers of male doctors, Japanese media said August 2.
Prime Minister Shinzo Abe has made creating a society “where women can shine” a priority, but women still face an uphill battle in employment and hurdles returning to work after having children, despite Japan's falling birth rate (Reuters).
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Track and field trials held in Eugene, Oregon stadium
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2018-08-02    0 views
The U.S. track and field trials for the 2020 Tokyo Olympics will be held in the Eugene, Oregon stadium being built for the 2021 world championships, officials announced on August 1.
The dates for the trial are June 19-28, 2020 (Reuters).
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England looking into bid for 2030 World Cup
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2018-08-01    0 views
MANCHESTER, England—England's Football Association (FA) is carrying out a study into the feasibility of hosting the 2030 World Cup finals, FA chairman Greg Clarke said in a statement on August 1st.
England, who hosted the World Cup in 1966, failed in their most recent attempt to win the rights for the 2018 tournament, which was held in Russia (Reuters).
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Nomura directs Tokyo 2020 Olympics opening ceremonies
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2018-07-31    0 views
FUKUSHIMA PREFECTURE, Japan—Japanese actor Mansai Nomura will orchestrate the opening and closing ceremonies for the Tokyo 2020 Olympic and Paralympic Games. It was announced on Monday.
Following a Tokyo 2020 executive board meeting in Fukushima Prefecture, Nomura was named as the chief executive creative director overseeing all four ceremonies (Reuters).
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Paris fire leaves thousands of homes and train station without electricity
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2018-07-27    0 views
PARIS—A fire at a substation in the south-west of Paris knocked out electricity supply to thousands of homes and one of France's busiest train stations, leaving passengers stranded ahead of a holiday weekend on Friday.

French electricity grid operator RTE, a unit of utility EDF, said in a statement that the fire started at a 63,000 volts underground tunnel at the station in Issy-les-Moulineaux (Reuters).
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KitKat case over shape of the wafer gets send back to EU trademark office
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2018-07-27    0 views
LUXEMBOURG—A long-running legal battle between global chocolate giants over the shape of KitKat finger wafers was sent back to the EU's trademark office on Wednesday after judges dismissed appeals by both companies.
The ruling by the European Court of Justice means the EU Intellectual Property Office (EUIPO) must review a 2012 decision to uphold Swiss-based Nestle's trademark on the shape of the four-finger chocolate-covered wafer biscuit over objections raised by Mondelez of the United States (Reuters).
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Luckin Coffee a threat to Starbucks in China
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2018-07-26    0 views
BEIJING/SHANGHAI—Qian Zhiya may be Starbucks’ worst nightmare.
The 42-year-old Chinese entrepreneur says she is betting that her fledgling Luckin Coffee brand will eventually have more cafes in China than Starbucks, and she has Singapore’s sovereign wealth fund and other investors bankrolling her plan.
Luckin, which only officially launched in January, has opened more than 660 outlets in 13 Chinese cities thanks to a supercharged growth plan based on cheap delivery, online ordering, big discounts, and premium pay for its staff.
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Fires rage all over Greece, 60 killed
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2018-07-24    10 views
MATI, Greece—Wildfires sweeping through a Greek resort town killed at least 60 people, officials said, including families with children found clasped in a last embrace as they tried to flee the flames.
The inferno was by far Greece's worst since fires devastated the southern Peloponnese peninsula in August 2007, killing dozens. It broke out in Mati, east of Athens, late Monday afternoon and was still burning in some areas on Tuesday (Reuters).
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Love Food Hate Waste launches in Canada
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2018-07-19    0 views
MONTREAL—A new national campaign aims to reduce the amount of edible food Canadians throw in the trash.

The Love Food Hate Waste public education campaign was launched during events in Montreal, Vancouver, and Toronto today (The Canadian Press).
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Ceremony for reintroduction of bisons at Banff
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2018-07-17    0 views
BANFF, Alta.—Several Indigenous elders were flown by helicopter into the backcountry of Banff National Park on Monday for a blessing ceremony as officials prepared to let recently reintroduced bison roam free.

The trip organized by Parks Canada was part of the overall plan to release the bison into a larger area of the park.
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Quebec women's tomatoes pilfered by mail carrier
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2018-07-13    0 views
MONTREAL—Canada Post says a supervisor has apologized in person to a Montreal woman whose tomatoes were pilfered by a mail carrier.
Spokesman Jon Hamilton said in an email to The Canadian Press that the supervisor also brought the woman tomatoes as a goodwill gesture.
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Mcdonald's Canada acquires beef from "certified sustainable" practices
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2018-07-12    0 views
TORONTO—McDonald's Canada says it will be the first Canadian company to acquire beef that is “certified sustainable” according to standards outlined by the Canadian Roundtable for Sustainable Beef (CRSB) (The Canadian Press).
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Corpse flower to bloom in Vancouver conservatory
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2018-07-12    6 views
VANCOUVER—Stop and smell the flowers—if you dare.
A rare, exotic tropical plant known as a corpse flower is set to unleash its putrid scent inside the Bloedel Conservatory in Queen Elizabeth Park in Vancouver.
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Truck driver from Humboldt Broncos crash in court today
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2018-07-10    8 views
MELFORT, Sask.—A transport truck driver who was arrested last week in connection with a crash that killed 16 people on the Humboldt Broncos team bus will appear in court in Saskatchewan today (The Canadian Press).
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Ondaatje's "The English Patient" voted as best Man Booker Prize
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2018-07-09    0 views
LONDON—Michael Ondaatje's “The English Patient” was named the greatest-ever winner of the Man Booker Prize at an event Sunday celebrating five decades of the prestigious literary award.
The Canadian writer's tale of love and conflict during World War II was awarded the Golden Man Booker Prize for fiction after winning a public vote.
“The English Patient” won the Booker in 1992 and was made into a 1996 movie starring Ralph Fiennes and Juliette Binoche that won nine Academy Awards (The Canadian Press).
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Grizzly bear Attacks B.C. Park Ranger
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2018-07-09    78 views
A park ranger is grateful to be alive after a terrifying grizzly bear attack outside his home in Bella Coola, B.C.

Jordan Carbery said he arrived home last Monday night and saw some bears in his headlights as he pulled into the driveway. His vehicle scared them off, and he didn't think anything more of it.

The next morning, he woke up at 5 a.m. and saw something moving outside his house.

Carbery, a lifelong bear lover who often posts photos of the animals to social media, grabbed his phone and went outside to investigate.

He said he saw some grizzlies in a cherry tree. At first, he didn't realize they were cubs, until a branch broke and one of the young bears crashed to the ground. Out of the corner of his eye, he saw the mother bear charging toward him (Credit: The Canadian Press)
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Piggies Yoga
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2018-06-25    2 views
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