LOS ANGELES—Led Zeppelin did not steal a riff from an obscure 1960s instrumental tune to use for the introduction of its classic rock anthem “Stairway to Heaven,” a federal court jury decided yesterday.
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OTTAWA—The Supreme Court of Canada has ruled in favour of three B.C. medical workers who argued they developed breast cancer as a result of their jobs.
Katrina Hammer, Patricia Schmidt, and Anne MacFarlane, who worked in a lab at Mission Memorial Hospital, were among seven women at the lab who developed breast cancer.
Winnipeg police have issued a public plea to a mother who they believe has abducted her two children.
Det. Sgt. Shaunna Neufeld spoke at a news briefing yesterday and asked Sandra Giesbrecht to get in touch with her.
Montana Giesbrecht, who is 11, and Josh Giesbrecht, nine, last were seen Monday at 6 p.m. in Winnipeg.
ST. LOUIS—Bernie Sanders said today he will vote for Hillary Clinton for president but stopped short of a full endorsement of his Democratic presidential rival more than a week after the final primary contests.
LONDON—Britain voted to leave the European Union after a bitterly-divisive referendum campaign—toppling the prime minister today, sending global markets plunging, and shattering the stability of a project in continental unity designed half-a-century ago to prevent World War III.
OTTAWA—Justin Trudeau says there isn’t one model for prime ministerial spouses to follow, but he’s proud of his wife’s charitable work and wants to make sure she can keep doing it.
Sophie Gregoire Trudeau sparked a frenzied week of news reports and table-thumping columns earlier this spring when she told a Quebec newspaper she could use more help.
SANTIAGO, Chile—Two people who fell ill while working at the U.S. research station at the South Pole have been evacuated by a small plane that made the daring rescue flight in Antarctica’s harsh winter.
WASHINGTON—The movement to dump Donald Trump from the GOP ticket is gaining followers among delegates to next month’s Republican National Convention—an effort that could tarnish Trump’s coronation even if it ultimately fails.
The growing rebellion has at least one top party official warning of a backlash if Trump is dumped.
TORONTO—Two Ontario cabinet ministers will head to the Grassy Narrows First Nation next week to talk about how to deal with mercury contamination that has plagued the remote northwestern community for decades.
EDMONTON—Calgary MP Jason Kenney’s rumoured plan to come home to unite Alberta’s two right-leaning provincial parties is shaping up to be a bumpy ride.