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& Juliet shows how Canadian musicals can succeed without Broadway ‘brand name’

& Juliet shows how Canadian musicals can succeed without Broadway ‘brand name’

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Everyone knows the story: Romeo meets Juliet, Juliet falls for Romeo, and their doomed love pits family against family. Seeing no other choice, Romeo drinks a vial of poison and Juliet … runs off to a nightclub in Paris. That may not be the story you're used to, but it's the one being told at Toronto's
Dogs can face anxiety at home as their owners return to the world

Dogs can face anxiety at home as their owners return to the world

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Cooper is a happy go-lucky goldendoodle — until he's left at home alone.Jennifer Wright adopted him as a puppy just a few months into the pandemic and the pair quickly became inseparable."I didn't have anywhere to go, really. We're talking about the height of the pandemic — no work, no dinner with friends," said Wright, who lives
Dramatic video shows crew member’s rescue from sinking ship near Hong Kong

Dramatic video shows crew member’s rescue from sinking ship near Hong Kong

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Crew member rescued as storm hits near Hong KongAn industrial support ship operating in the South China Sea sank in a storm on Saturday. While video released by officials showed a crew member being lifted from the vessel, rescue services warned of the possible loss of more than two dozen other sailors.An industrial support ship
Brown says Conservative Party would ‘manufacture anything’ to oust him from leadership campaign

Brown says Conservative Party would ‘manufacture anything’ to oust him from leadership campaign

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Patrick Brown says the Conservative Party did not want a competitive leadership election and would have made up any story necessary to disqualify him from the race to succeed Erin O'Toole. Since he was ousted from the leadership race earlier this month over alleged violations of campaign finance laws, Brown has repeatedly claimed his removal was due
Fish still missing, traditions extinct 30 years after N.L. cod moratorium

Fish still missing, traditions extinct 30 years after N.L. cod moratorium

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Looking back at tumultuous period in Newfoundland and Labrador's recent history, the wins are few and the losses are many.Hook and line systems bring the fish up alive and unbruised. (Brett Favaro, Marine Institute)John Williams wishes he could say the cod moratorium of 1992 feels like it was yesterday.But after losing his livelihood and reinventing
Court martial planned for soldier who criticized vaccine mandates, led march to Ottawa

Court martial planned for soldier who criticized vaccine mandates, led march to Ottawa

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The Canadian soldier who recently led a protest march to Ottawa is now facing a court martial for having spoken out against the federal government's COVID-19 vaccine requirements while wearing his uniform. Warrant Officer James Topp was recently notified that he will be allowed to have his case heard in a military court instead of by
COVID-19 immunization no longer required for Alberta Health Services for new hires, students

COVID-19 immunization no longer required for Alberta Health Services for new hires, students

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Alberta Health Services says it is rescinding its COVID-19 immunization policy for its workers.The agency says all workers, including new hires and students, will no longer be required to have at least two vaccine doses. AHS had previously lifted its mandate for staff, but kept a policy requiring immunization for new hires. It says vaccines continue to
Violent thunderstorm hits southeastern Alberta near Medicine Hat

Violent thunderstorm hits southeastern Alberta near Medicine Hat

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High winds caused damage in southeastern Alberta on Monday, leaving thousands of Medicine Hat residents without power.As of 8:45 p.m. MT, there were 5,738 homes in Medicine Hat, Redcliff and Cypress County without power, according to a Facebook post from the City of Medicine Hat.Power had been restored to about 1,700 homes in northeast Crescent Heights, according to
Russian tennis player Daria Kasatkina comes out as gay

Russian tennis player Daria Kasatkina comes out as gay

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Russia's highest-ranked women's tennis player, Daria Kasatkina, said in a video interview released Monday that she is dating a woman.The French Open semifinalist's comments come as the Russian parliament discusses tightening already stringent restrictions on public discussions of LGBTQ relationships.In the interview on YouTube with Russian blogger Vitya Kravchenko, Kasatkina said "yes" when asked if
Meet the teen hockey phenom who went from a backyard Yukon rink to the top WHL draft pick

Meet the teen hockey phenom who went from a backyard Yukon rink to the...

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Last hockey season was a good one for Gavin McKenna in the Canadian Sport School Hockey League's U18 division.He was their top scorer with 65 points in 35 games. McKenna's outstanding performance led to him becoming the first overall draft pick by the Medicine Hat Tigers in the upcoming Western Hockey League (WHL) season."I kind of knew that I

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Meet RW Johnson – SA’s outspoken political conscience, the Oxford Don few really know

Meet RW Johnson – SA’s outspoken political conscience, the Oxford Don few really know

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Why financial planning for women is a top priority

Why financial planning for women is a top priority

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Alec Baldwin on ‘Rust’ shooting: ‘Every single person’ on set knows who to blame for Halyna Hutchins’ death

Alec Baldwin on ‘Rust’ shooting: ‘Every single person’ on set knows who to blame...

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NEWYou can now listen to Fox News articles! Alec Baldwin claims "every single person" on the set of "Rust" knows who to blame for the tragic death of cinematographer Halyna Hutchins.Hutchins died when a gun Baldwin was holding fired while practicing a shot for the film "Rust" on the New Mexico movie set Oct. 21.
Former Trump adviser Mick Mulvaney says he hopes Trump does not run in 2024

Former Trump adviser Mick Mulvaney says he hopes Trump does not run in 2024

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NEWYou can now listen to Fox News articles! Former acting chief of staff for President Donald Trump Mick Mulvaney said he hopes Trump does not run in 2024 in a Monday evening appearance on Newsnation's, "Banfield.""I don't think we should be offering Donald Trump," Mulvaney told anchor Ashleigh Banfield. "I also think it’s also a
China begins discouraging abortions and promoting fertility treatment as birth rate plummets

China begins discouraging abortions and promoting fertility treatment as birth rate plummets

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NEWYou can now listen to Fox News articles! China will discourage abortions and take steps to make fertility treatment more accessible as part of efforts to boost one of the world's lowest birth rates, its National Health Authority said on Tuesday.Support measures from taxation and insurance to education and housing would be improved and implemented