Drake's tour with Migos postpones two more concert stops, this time in Miami

Another two stops on Drake's concert tour with Migos have been postponed with little notice for concertgoers.
The Toronto rapper and his tour mates pulled out of shows Friday and Saturday at the American Airlines Arena in Miami.
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DavidsTea shares soar 60 per cent before sudden plunge

MONTREAL -- DavidsTea Inc. says it is unaware of any reasons why its shares soared nearly 60 per cent today.
Its shares reached an intra-day high of US$5.35, up US$2.00 or nearly 60 per cent from Thursday's closing price of US$3.35 on the Nasdaq.
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Legal pot sales could reach $1 billion in fourth quarter: StatCan

Statistics Canada forecasts Canadians could spend more than $1 billion on legal cannabis between October and December this year once marijuana for adult use is legalized on Oct. 17.
The agency estimates that the amount spent on legal pot during the fourth quarter could range between $816 million and $1.02 billion.
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WhyIDidntReport takes off on Twitter as Trump questions Kavanaugh's accuser

The heated conversation in the United States over the accusations of sexual assault against Supreme Court nominee judge Brett Kavanaugh, took another dramatic turn as people began opening up about their own incidents of sexual assault online.
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Taiwan police arrest Cody Wilson, gun rights activist wanted in U.S.

Authorities in Taiwan arrested the owner of a Texas company that sells plans to make untraceable 3D-printed guns who is wanted in the U.S. over an accusation that he had sex with an underage girl and paid her $500 afterward, official media reported.
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Deputy attorney general Rod Rosenstein denied a New York Times report Friday that he suggested that he secretly record U.S. President Donald Trump last year to expose chaos in the administration and that he floated the idea of using the 25th Amendment to remove Trump from office.
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U.S. Deputy Attorney General denies he suggested secretly taping Trump

In this July 13, 2018, file photo, Deputy Attorney General Rod Rosenstein speaks during a news conference at the Department of Justice. Rosenstein is defending the prosecution of foreign agents who may never see the inside of a U.S.
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The pipeline you’ve never heard of would be owned by Indigenous communities

A proposed First Nations-led pipeline through northern Alberta and B.C. would protect Indigenous rights and be a world environmental leader, while unlocking Canada’s vast oil and gas reserves, says the project’s principal proponent.
It’s a twist in the story of First Nations people who have been on the frontlines of the national pipeline debates, leading protests and occupations against proposed pipelines running through their territories, while federal court rulings have quashed proposed projects, citing Ottawa’s failure to properly consult with First Nations communities.
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'Hot-umn?' Hotter than normal fall on the horizon: Environment Canada

It’s the last day of summer, but that doesn’t necessarily mean an end to the warm weather. In fact, Environment and Climate Change Canada is predicting a hotter than usual fall.
David Philips, senior climatologist with Environment Canada, says their fall outlook shows it is “going to be warmer than normal across the country.
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Off Nova Scotia, a bid to 'unravel the mystery' of great white sharks

LUNENBURG, N.S. -- Not far off Nova Scotia's rough-hewn shoreline, scientists on board an aging crab boat lay in wait for one of the marine world's greatest -- and most mysterious -- predators.
The researchers are busy "working the water" -- dunking bits of fish in hopes of drawing a great white shark close enough to catch it and very carefully direct it onto their large boat.
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N.S. to mark little-known connection to David Ben-Gurion and the Jewish Legion

WINDSOR, N.S. -- Before he became Israel's first prime minister, David Ben-Gurion earned 50 cents a day as a soldier and slept on the ground in bell tents in the small town of Windsor, N.S.
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'Sent chills down my bones': Bear seen eating another bear in central B.C.

Spotting bears in B.C.'s backcountry is fairly routine for Mike Robertson.
Spotting a black bear feasting on another bear, however, is not.
"I tell ya, I've seen a lot of bears, a lot of wildlife over the years, but that sent chills down my bones," Robertson said.
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