Candlelight Vigil Tonight For Slain Saskatchewan Family
A rural Saskatchewan community is hosting a candlelight vigil tonight to honour a mother and three children who were killed in a murder-suicide last week.
The bodies of 27-year-old Latasha Gosling and her children -- Jenika, Landen and Janayah -- were found in their mobile home in Tisdale, northeast of Saskatoon.
RCMP have said their killer took a six-month-old baby from the trailer and drove to a home in Prince Albert, where he killed himself.
The baby was unharmed and is being cared for by family.
Police dispersed about 200 protesters and made about 10 arrests in Baltimore last night as the citywide, nighttime curfew took effect.
Thousands of police and National guard troops are patrolling the city following Monday's rioting that stemmed from the case of Freddie Gray.
The black man had died of a spinal-cord injury while in police custody.
Schools will reopen today and there's even a Baltimore Orioles game this afternoon.
But for safety reasons, it'll be played in an empty stadium -- no fans allowed -- as ordered by Major League Baseball for the first time ever.
Frustrated Nepal residents faced off with police in Kathmandu today to protest the slow pace of aid delivery in the wake of Saturday's massive earthquake.
About 200 people blocked traffic to show their anger.
A Canadian Forces transport plane, loaded with relief supplies and an advance crew from a disaster-assistance team, is due to arrive near the disaster zone today.
As the death toll from the quake tops five-thousand, a man was pulled alive from a collapsed building in Kathmandu today, more than three days after disaster struck.
A new survey suggests more than half of working Canadians either plan to ease into retirement by working reduced hours, or have no plans to ever quit.
The report by HSBC found that 45 per cent of working-age Canadians expect some period of semi-retirement before fully packing it in, while another 15 per cent expect to never be able to fully retire.
That's compared with 17 per cent of current retirees surveyed who said they semi-retired before kicking back for good.
The study comes as Canadians grapple with saving for retirement and record household debt levels.