25 January 2020, Saturday News

25 January 2020, Saturday

How a New York art class is helping the RCMP put faces and stories to mysterious skulls

ICYMI: Can a group of New York artists solve Canadian cold cases? Nut_Graph reports

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Amid coronavirus outbreak, Wuhan-born woman raising funds to send medical supplies home

The Prince George, B.C., woman says she's raised $1,000 so far to send supplies to the Chinese city at the centre of the coronavirus outbreak.

25.1.2020

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▶️ These Are Canada’s Fastest Growing Jobs In 2020, According To Indeed

There are work opportunities out there if you know where to look.

25.1.2020

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‘We respectfully decline’: Uber, Lyft respond to Surrey’s efforts to halt ride-hailing

Uber says it will not follow Surrey's request to cease operations in the city, setting up a potentially nasty fight over the future of ride-hailing.

25.1.2020

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Trump defends Sanders in dispute with Warren, stoking Democratic divisions

As the Democratic primary intensifies, Trump and his allies have issued a series of favourable comments about Democratic presidential candidate Bernie Sanders.

25.1.2020

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U.S. Treasury Secretary Mnuchin says telling Greta Thunberg to study economics ‘was a joke’

U.S. Treasury Secretary Mnuchin says telling Greta Thunberg to study economics ‘was a joke’

25.1.2020

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French automaker to evacuate expatriate workers from China

French automaker to evacuate expatriate workers from China

25.1.2020

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Surrey sends Uber notice to cease operations by Friday night or face bylaw fines

City staff have sent a letter informing the company they are in violation of the city's vehicle for hire bylaw by not having a business licence.

25.1.2020

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Peter MacKay Launches Bid For Conservative Leadership

He's in!

25.1.2020

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St. John’s lifts state of emergency 8 days after massive storm

The provincial capital made the initial declaration last Friday, as a punishing blizzard left parts of eastern Newfoundland buried under more than 76 centimetres of snow.

25.1.2020

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