Canadian youth still waiting for promised 'green jobs' but labour minister confident

OTTAWA — The federal government will find a way to create 15,000 green jobs over three years, even after falling well short of a smaller goal last year, Canada’s labour minister says.
Labour Minister Patty Hajdu says it took the government “a little bit of time to co-ordinate ourselves,” after promising during the 2015 election campaign to create 5,000 so-called “green jobs.
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Details revealed in deaths of two stunt pilots in Tom Cruise movie

A full investigation on the deaths of two renowned pilots in the Tom Cruise’s American Made film has been exposed, can reveal.
In a study, The Hollywood Reporter looked into the fatal incidents, first reported by THR, to see what really happened on the set of the risky war movie.

WATCH: Halle Berry downs half pint of whisky at Comic-Con panel [Video]

SAN DIEGO — Taron Egerton is no match for Channing Tatum in a fight and Halle Berry can hold her liquor.
Those are just a few of the messages Comic-Con audiences got Thursday at the Hall H panel for “Kingsman: The Golden Circle” that kicked off the annual fan convention.
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Authorities continue probe of catheter allegedly found in Quebec ice cream

MONTREAL -- Federal inspectors say no health threats have been identified at a Quebec ice cream factory they visited after a family claimed to have found a catheter in a tub of the treat.
The Francoeur family from Trois-Rivieres told various media they allegedly found the end of a purple plastic catheter tube in a container of Coaticook ice cream last week.
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Secretary of late Princess Diana tells all on her eating disorder hell

There’s no denying that Princess Diana struggled with a lot of different demons throughout her life, particularly with her tireless attempts to fit in with the royal family. But now her one and only private secretary, Patrick Jephson, is speaking out about his experience witnessing Di’s battle with anorexia, has learned.
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Man charged after puppy found in Toronto shopping centre trash can

Toronto police have charged a man accused of leaving a puppy in a garbage can at a shopping centre last week.
Police say a man was seen on security footage discarding a dark bag in a trash can on July 11.
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‘Thank you, thank you, thank you’: O.J. gets parole [Video]

LOVELOCK, Nev. — O.J. Simpson once thrilled crowds as he ran for touchdowns and hurdled airport seats in car rental ads to achieve Hollywood celebrity before he was acquitted of murder in the 1995 “trial of the century” in Los Angeles.
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140,000 live Canadian lobster sold to China in 24 hours

Chinese buyers snapped up more than 140,000 live Canadian lobsters within 24 hours last week through a Beijing-based online retailer, and the demand can only grow, says a New Brunswick supplier.
The live lobsters came from a variety of sources for the sale July 14 on, one of the largest e-commerce websites in the world.
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Police seek woman who they say may have played role in quadruple homicide

Calgary police are seeking the public's help in finding a woman who they believe may have played a significant role in a quadruple homicide earlier this month.
Investigators want to question Yu Chieh Liao, who goes by Diana Liao, in the deaths of two sisters and two men.
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Banff's Sunshine Village clearing out guests as crews tackle nearby wildfire

CALGARY - A popular Rocky Mountain resort in Banff National Park is being cleared of guests so that crews can fight a wildfire raging in the nearby backcountry.
Sunshine Village, a ski hill on the Alberta-B.C.
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Egyptian who claimed refugee status loses legal fight over terrorist branding

TORONTO -- An Egyptian man branded as a threat to Canada's national security has failed in what could prove to be his final attempt at lifting the terrorist designation that has hung over him for the past 15 years.
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Secret archives show Churchill tried to cover up Nazi plan to woo former king

Winston Churchill and Dwight Eisenhower tried to suppress captured Nazi documents that showed Britain's former King Edward VIII discussing his desire for peace with Adolf Hitler, according to files newly released in London.
The National Archives published more papers Thursday from the U.K.
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