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Enbridge and Six Nations Energy Development consortium plan wind energy project

Enbridge and Six Nations Energy Development consortium plan wind energy project

REGINA — Enbridge Inc. and Six Nations Energy Development LP have announced plans to develop a wind energy project southeast of Weyburn, Sask.
Young gay Latinos see a rising share of new HIV cases, leading to a call for targeted funding

Young gay Latinos see a rising share of new HIV cases, leading to a call for targeted funding

CHARLOTTE, N.C. (AP) — Four months after seeking asylum in the U.S., Fernando Hermida began coughing and feeling tired. He thought it was a cold. Then sores appeared in his groin and he would soak his bed with sweat. He took a test.
At least 16 dead in a fire at a lithium battery factory in South Korea

At least 16 dead in a fire at a lithium battery factory in South Korea

SEOUL, South Korea (AP) — A fire at a lithium battery manufacturing factory near South Korea’s capital on Monday left at least 16 people dead, seven injured and six missing, officials said.
Alberta oil and gas sector exceeded flaring limit in 2023, data shows

Alberta oil and gas sector exceeded flaring limit in 2023, data shows

CALGARY — For the first time, Alberta's oil and gas industry has exceeded the province's own regulatory limit for natural gas flaring.
It's not as world-famous as ramen or sushi. But the humble onigiri is soul food in Japan

It's not as world-famous as ramen or sushi. But the humble onigiri is soul food in Japan

TOKYO (AP) — The word “onigiri” became part of the Oxford English Dictionary this year, proof that the humble sticky-rice ball and mainstay of Japanese food has entered the global lexicon.
Organizer cancels Montreal Canada Day parade, citing red tape, politics

Organizer cancels Montreal Canada Day parade, citing red tape, politics

MONTREAL — The organizer of Montreal's Canada Day parade has cancelled this year's event and says red tape and politics are to blame.
Japanese emperor to reconnect with the River Thames in state visit meant to bolster ties with UK

Japanese emperor to reconnect with the River Thames in state visit meant to bolster ties with UK

LONDON (AP) — Before Emperor Naruhito of Japan attends a banquet hosted by King Charles III , lays a wreath at Westminster Abbey or tours one of Britain’s premier biomedical research institutes, he'll kick off this week’s trip to the U.K.
Vogue World celebrates French style, Olympics amid razzmatazz, as menswear season wraps up in Paris

Vogue World celebrates French style, Olympics amid razzmatazz, as menswear season wraps up in Paris

PARIS (AP) — French singing star Aya Nakamura warbled. Kendall Jenner and Gigi Hadid rode horses. While Venus and Serena Williams and Katy Perry modeled on the cobbles. This was Paris' Place Vendome as never seen before.
Workers on strike after failing to reach deal with Bombardier by deadline, union says

Workers on strike after failing to reach deal with Bombardier by deadline, union says

OTTAWA — More than a thousand Bombardier aircraft assembly workers went on strike as of Sunday after their union failed to reach an agreement with the company.
Under curfew, Ukrainians mark midsummer with bonfire jumping at a festival with pagan roots

Under curfew, Ukrainians mark midsummer with bonfire jumping at a festival with pagan roots

KHOTIV, Ukraine (AP) — Despite war-time restrictions, Ukrainians marked midsummer with festivals that featured frenetic folk dancing, flower decoration and jumping over bonfires.