Burned-Out Truck Found Belonging to Missing Manitoba Man

Burned-Out Truck Found Belonging to Missing Manitoba Man

Vernon Otto
Vernon Otto (RCMP HANDOUT)

The burned-out remains of a missing Manitoba man’s pickup truck have been found near where he went missing close to Stead, Manitoba.

Vernon Karl Otto, 66, was last seen the afternoon of May 29 working in his field near his home.

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‘City of Icebergs:’ Study Says 100s of Arctic Glaciers Shrinking, Disappearing

‘City of Icebergs:’ Study Says 100s of Arctic Glaciers Shrinking, Disappearing

By Bob Weber, The Canadian Press

Ice
Ice floats in Slidre Fjord outside the Eureka Weather Station on Ellesmere Island, Nunavut, Monday, July 24, 2006. New research finds that hundreds of glaciers in Canada’s High Arctic are shrinking and that many are likely fated to disappear. (THE CANADIAN PRESS/Jeff McIntosh)

The statistics in her recently published paper say it all: hundreds of glaciers in Canada’s High Arctic are shrinking and many are likely to disappear completely.

But for Adrienne White, seven field seasons along the northern reaches of Ellesmere Island give the numbers real-world immediacy.

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Indian Village at Calgary Stampede Will Change Name to Elbow River Camp

Indian Village at Calgary Stampede Will Change Name to Elbow River Camp

By The Canadian Press

Calgary Stampede
A visitor slides down a zip line during the Calgary Stampede in Calgary, Sunday, July 8, 2018. The Calgary Stampede says its annual display of Indigenous culture that goes back over 100 years will no longer be called Indian Village. On Sunday, the final day of the 2018 Calgary Stampede, officials announced the village of more than two dozen teepees will be called Elbow River Camp. (THE CANADIAN PRESS/Jeff McIntosh)

CALGARY – The Calgary Stampede says its annual display of Indigenous culture that goes back more than 100 years will no longer be called “Indian Village.”

On Sunday, the final day of this year’s Stampede, officials announced the village of more than two dozen teepees will be renamed Elbow River Camp.

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Some First Responders from Humboldt Broncos Bus Crash Get Mental-Health Break

Some First Responders from Humboldt Broncos Bus Crash Get Mental-Health Break

By The Canadian Press

Ambulance Humboldt Bus Crash
Emergency crews block the highway near the site of a bus crash near Nipawin, Sask., Friday, April 6, 2018. Paramedic Deanndra King was on a day off, getting ready for a weekend curling bonspiel, when she got the call from her boss about an accident involving a bus.”I didn’t register the magnitude of it,” the first responder from Nipawin, Sask., recalled this week. (THE CANADIAN PRESS/Matt Smith)

WASKESIU, Sask. – Paramedic Deanndra King was on a day off, getting ready for a weekend curling bonspiel, when she got the call from her boss about an accident involving a bus.

“I didn’t register the magnitude of it,” the first responder from Nipawin, Sask., recalled this week.

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