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Tracking Hurricane Beryl: Deadly storm roars toward Jamaica

Hurricane Beryl was roaring toward Jamaica on Wednesday, with islanders scrambling to make preparations after the powerful Category 4 storm earlier killed at least six people and caused significant damage in the southeast Caribbean.

Ontario man suffers cardiac arrest in Florida. This is why insurance won’t cover his $620,000 hospital bill

An Ontario man who wanted to spend time with his family in Florida was hospitalized after suffering a cardiac arrest at the airport as he was about to fly back to Canada.

Thousands of heat pumps recalled over risk of ‘excessive heat exposure’

Health Canada is recalling thousands of popular heat pumps across the country due to a potential risk of ‘excessive heat exposure.’

Opinion

Are financial advisors just glorified salespeople? Financial advisors can be an excellent resource for busy consumers, but recent allegations against employees of major Canadian banks have raised questions about the integrity of financial advice. Personal finance contributor Christopher Liew addresses some of these concerns and highlights the distinction between unethical practices and the genuine value that good advisors can offer.

Developing

Lt.-Gen. Jennie Carignan named chief of the defence staff, first woman to hold CAF’s top job. The federal government says it is naming Lt.-Gen. Jennie Carignan as defence chief, making her the first woman to hold the Canadian Armed Forces’ top job.

Delta flight diverts to New York after passengers are served spoiled food

A Delta flight from Detroit to Amsterdam was diverted to New York’s Kennedy Airport on Wednesday after passengers were served spoiled food, airline officials said.

As hurricane approaches, London, Ont., newlyweds stranded in Jamaica due to WestJet strike

Newlyweds from London, Ont., are trapped in Jamaica, as Category 5 Hurricane Beryl approaches.

Biden says he ‘nearly fell asleep’ during debate after world travel

U.S. President Joe Biden on Tuesday acknowledged his performance during last Thursday’s presidential debate wasn’t his best, but blamed it on jet lag after two overseas trips earlier in June.

A bride released butterflies in honour of her late father. Instead of flying away, they stuck by her side

In a moment that brought some to tears, a U.S. bride released more than a dozen butterflies in honour of her late father. Here’s what they did instead of flying away.

Canada

As hurricane approaches, London, Ont., newlyweds stranded in Jamaica due to WestJet strike

Newlyweds from London, Ont., are trapped in Jamaica, as Category 5 Hurricane Beryl approaches.

Eastern Ontario doctor accused of killing four patients acquitted of murder charges, negligence

An eastern Ontario doctor facing four charges of first-degree murder and negligence causing death in connection with the deaths of four seniors at a Hawkesbury hospital was acquitted on all charges at the Ottawa courthouse on Tuesday.

Police say they will enforce judge’s order that U of T encampment must come down

The Toronto Police Service says it will enforce a court order granted yesterday that says demonstrators at a pro-Palestinian protest encampment at the University of Toronto must dismantle the site by 6 p.m. today.

Court hears accused in Coutts blockade thought protest could lead to ‘war’

One of two men accused of conspiring to kill Mounties at the border blockade at Coutts, Alta., characterized the protest as a last stand and told his mother there “will be a war” if police moved in.

Montrealer dies in hospital nine days after assault on Dublin street

A Montreal-area man has died after spending nine days in hospital following a serious assault in Dublin, Ireland.

Helicopter pilot dies fighting wildfire in Northwest Territories

A helicopter pilot has died while fighting a wildfire in the Northwest Territories.

World

How did a religious gathering in India turn into a deadly stampede?

More than 120 people died in a stampede after a religious gathering in northern India, making it one of the deadliest such accidents in recent years.

Delta flight diverts to New York after passengers are served spoiled food

A Delta flight from Detroit to Amsterdam was diverted to New York’s Kennedy Airport on Wednesday after passengers were served

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