Nord Stream pipeline damaged after ‘apparent sabotage from Russia’

Sky News host Peta Credlin says the Nord Stream pipeline which connects Europe with Russian gas was “damaged in an apparent sabotage attempt” from Russia. “It comes only after a week where Putin threatened nuclear weapons and escalated his war with the conscription of nearly a million new troops,” she said. “This has all been … Read more

OPP warn public, seeks offender who breached release conditions | Globalnews.ca

The OPP’s Repeat Offender Parole Enforcement Squad is warning the public and asking for its assistance in locating a federal offender wanted on a Canada-wide warrant. Adam Williams, 44, is described as five feet nine inches tall, 190 pounds and with brown hair and eyes. Read more: Kingston, Ont. motorists question Front Road construction delays … Read more

Louth and proud on the finest sea food trail

They say good things come in small packages – and Louth, Ireland’s smallest county, is certainly a testament to that. And thanks to the recent launch of the sea louth coastal food trail, this pint-size, Northeastern region is currently showcasing its might to the world with mouth-watering, locally sourced seafood, presented against the backdrop of … Read more

‘Heartland’ actor Robert Cormier dead aged 33

Reviews and recommendations are unbiased and products are independently selected. Postmedia may earn an affiliate commission from purchases made through links on this page. Article content Robert Cormier, who played Finn Cotter on the long-running CBC family drama ‘Heartland’, has died aged 33. Article content The actor passed on Friday, but his death was not … Read more

Thousands of Brits in Russia told get out NOW or risk fighting in Ukraine

DUAL British nationals in Russia risk being drafted to fight in Ukraine and should leave immediately, the government has warned. Around 4,000 Brits are thought to be in Russia, including some dual nationals. 3 Reservists drafted during the partial mobilisation in Sevastopol, CrimeaCredit: Reuters 3 A tearful woman says goodbye to a reservist drafted to … Read more

Cost of living: Becoming roommates with my son to pay the bills

This story is part of a series of portraits exploring how the cost-of-living crisis is affecting people around the world. Alabama, United States – When Cara McClure was in elementary school, every year at Thanksgiving, the school delivered a box of food and a certificate for Buster Brown shoes to needy families in their small … Read more

x