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Hungry grizzly shot while invading home of experienced hunter in Kimberley, B.C.

KIMBERLEY, B.C. — The first hint that there might be some trouble in the Traverse family home in Kimberley, B.C., early Sunday morning came from the dog’s frantic barking.

When Niki Traverse opened her bedroom door, the pooch raced under the bed.

“Mark, he was like, ‘Don’t let the dog out. There’s coyotes, there’s bears,”’ she recalled her husband saying.

The sultan of slurs: Donald Trump explains his passion for putdowns

WASHINGTON — Anyone professing shock over the symphony of personal slurs delivered by Donald Trump clearly wasn’t paying attention to him before he became a presidential candidate.

For more than a quarter-century, he’s chronicled in exhaustive detail his passion for put-downs. He’s written, granted interviews and tweeted repeatedly about the value of vengeance.

Rising diabetes, obesity rates putting ethnic groups at risk

TORONTO—Steadily rising rates of obesity, diabetes and high blood pressure over the last decade have dramatically increased the risk of heart attacks and strokes among some groups of ethnic Canadians, researchers say.

An Ontario study determined that from 2001 to 2012, diabetes rates more than doubled among South Asian men and almost doubled among black women.

Man wanted in shooting

VAUGHAN, Ont.—Police have issued a Canada-wide arrest warrant for a 27-year-old man wanted in connection with a fatal shooting at a cafe north of Toronto in June.

York Regional Police say Jason Hay of Mississauga, Ont., is wanted in connection with the incident at the Moka Expresso Bar Cafe in Vaughan, Ont.