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The moon covers the sun during totality of the a total solar eclipse in Fredericton, Monday, April 8, 2024. (Source: THE CANADIAN PRESS/Darren Calabrese)
“I was bored one day sitting in my cottage in Muskoka (in 2019), and I bought something called the ultimate sneaker collection from Sotheby’s, it was 100 of the most iconic sneakers,” Nadal told BNN in an interview Friday. “From there, I hired a guy and his job was to go around the world and find sneakers.”(Kegun Morkin/ModaEvents)
<b>Algonquin Provincial Park:</b> Established in 1893, it was the first provincial park in Canada and the forerunner of Ontario's extensive park system.<br><br> Its rugged lakeshores and wooded slopes have long attracted artists and outdoor enthusiasts, according to Parks Canada, fostering intense affection for the park across the province and the nation.<br><br> (THE CANADIAN PRESS/Fred Thornhill)

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Here's what to expect in the 2024 federal budget

Deputy Prime Minister and Finance Minister Chrystia Freeland will be presenting the 2024 federal budget on Tuesday, revealing how the federal Liberal government intends to balance the nearly $40 billion in pre-announced new spending with her vow to remain fiscally prudent.

Prince Harry in legal setback about security protection in U.K.

Prince Harry's fight for police protection in the U.K. received another setback on Monday, when a judge rejected his request to appeal an earlier ruling upholding a government panel's decision to limit his access to publicly funded security after giving up his status as a working member of the royal family.

Israel's War Cabinet convenes to determine next steps after Iran attack

Iran’s unprecedented attack on Israel early Sunday marked a change in approach for Tehran, which had relied on proxies across the Middle East since the start of the Israel-Hamas war in October. All eyes are now on whether Israel chooses to take further military action, while Washington seeks diplomatic measures instead to ease regional tensions.

A look inside the gutted 24 Sussex Drive

The National Capital Commission is providing a glimpse inside the gutted 24 Sussex Drive, more than a year after the heritage building along the Ottawa River was closed.

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Luxury design inspiration

The Living Luxe Design Show presents the latest fashion and home decor trends, while highlighting the finest lifestyle businesses in the city. Check out the Living Luxe Design Show at the Toronto Congress Centre from April 19 to 21.


SPONSORED The importance of estate planning

Personal finance expert Barry Choi explains how Seniors Choice Life Insurance can assist with estate planning to make sure your dependents are taken care of.

Random acts of kindness

Josie Dye’s Kindness Club on CHUM hopes to spread joy throughout the entire month of April with random acts of kindness in the community. Be sure to include #josieskindnessclub on your social media posts and catch Josie Dye weekdays from 3 to 6 p.m. on CHUM!


SPONSORED How to keep car costs down

Personal finance expert Barry Choi discusses how to reduce car costs with Turo’s car-sharing platform.