The Canadian Press • 23 hours ago The family of billionaire philanthropists Barry and Honey Sherman offered up to $10 million Friday for information that would solve the couple's killings, a reward announced after their lawyer detailed what he described as major shortcomings in a Toronto police probe into the deaths. Brian Greenspan outlined a litany of alleged errors and lapses in the police investigation of what detectives have described as a targeted double homicide. 'Police are required, by law, to maintain a certain professional standard in their approach to investigations,' Greenspan said at a press conference he described as an effort to 'light the fire' under the force. The Canadian Press • 23 hours ago RCMP say two young men from Nova Scotia were arrested Friday afternoon at a border crossing in western New Brunswick. Police say the incident began around 10:15 a.m.
Local time, when officers responded to a report of a suspicious vehicle at the crossing between Woodstock, N.B., and Houlton, Maine. Jullie Rogers-Marsh says the vehicle had stopped 'in the area between the Canada and U.S. Border crossings,' and the two men inside were refusing to communicate with border officials or police.
Reuters • 5 hours ago Tesla Inc Chief Executive Elon Musk said the tweet that cost him and the company $20 million in fines each by the U.S. Securities and Exchange Commision was 'Worth It'. Map creator software downloads. The tweet, sent late Friday evening less than an hour before Musk tweeted that he would take a break from Twitter 'for a few days,' was in response to a question from a Twitter follower. The SEC in September charged Musk, 47, with misleading investors with tweets on Aug.
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7 that said he was considering taking Tesla private at $420 a share and had secured funding. /request-search-for-mac/. The Canadian Press • 5 hours ago Nearly 64 years after his death, Henri Matisse has become one of the few non-Native Americans to have an exhibition at a Phoenix museum dedicated to Native American culture. The little-known intersection of one of the 20th century's greatest artists and Inuit people in the Arctic region is at the heart of a show opening Monday at the Heard Museum. 'It's a story I didn't know much about until 1998 when I became friendly with a member of the Matisse family,' said museum director David Roche. The Canadian Press • 1 hour ago Several Canadian politicians have offered their sympathies following a mass shooting at a synagogue in Pittsburgh, with Prime Minister Justin Trudeau condemning the attack as anti-Semitic. 'Canadians' hearts are with the Jewish community in Pittsburgh today, as they endured a horrific anti-Semitic attack while at prayer,' Trudeau wrote following the attack, which officials say left multiple people dead at a baby-naming ceremony.