Motion seeks tougher penalties for catalytic converter thefts

Members of Calgary city council says stiffer penalties may be what it takes to curb catalytic converter thefts. A group of councillors are set to propose changes to the penalties associated with the crime that authorities say has spiked in the past few years. The notice of motion, from Couns. Peter Demong, Courtney Walcott, Andre … Read more

India, Egypt to promote trade, investment, fight terrorism

NEW DELHI (AP) — India and Egypt agreed Wednesday to boost trade between their countries during a visit by the Egyptian president that underscores Prime Minister Narendra Modi’s efforts to fortify ties with other emerging economies. Modi and President Abdel Fattah El-Sissi agreed on measures to increase two-way trade within five years to $12 billion. … Read more

How exercise and healthy lifestyle could be ‘miracle cure’ to relieve Scotland’s NHS

Exercise and healthy living is the “miracle treatment” which could go a long way to easing the pressure on Scotland’s crippled NHS. With a growing number of elderly people and a Scottish lifestyle plagued by obesity, alcohol, drug and smoking addiction, hospitals and GP surgeries are facing record demand. And experts believe that a healthier … Read more

Residents return home after Keremeos, B.C. rockslide

Keremeos, B.C., residents are still dealing with the aftermath of a rockslide that caused serious damage nearly two weeks ago. With the evacuation order now lifted in the area, residents are finally returning to their homes. On Jan. 16th in Keremeos, rocks came crashing down onto Highway 3 and the Eagle RV park and campground. … Read more

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