The Canadian Press TORONTO — Worry over tuition and living expenses is dogging almost half of post-secondary students as they head back to school. They’re also afraid they won’t be able to pay back debt once they graduate because they’re concerned about finding a well-paying job, a poll issued by […]

Lois AbrahamThe Canadian Press TORONTO — Winning “MasterChef Junior” was a huge thrill for Logan Guleff. But the 13-year-old is also immensely proud that he’s inspired kids in many countries to cook. The blond bowtie-wearing cooking sensation won the second season of the U.S. culinary competition series at age 11. […]

The Canadian Press Logan Guleff loves nothing more than proudly serving up something he has cooked. And he likes to make extra so he can tote leftovers to school the next day. “One of the best things about making it is that you really get to show off that you […]

The Associated PressSylvia Hui LONDON — Renowned artist Anish Kapoor has expressed outrage about the appearance of a sculpture in China that appears identical to his “Cloud Gate” in Chicago. Representatives of the British-Indian sculptor said Wednesday he was shocked at the “blatant plagiarism” of his sculpture, a giant, mirrored […]

The Associated Press MISSOULA, Mon. — A man who broke into a car in Missoula had to call police for help after finding himself locked in the trunk. KGVO-AM reports (http://bit.ly/1P6OLNK ) that Missoula Police Patrol Sgt. Colin Rose says 31-year-old Ryan Payne broke into a car Tuesday night and […]

By Bill Graveland THE CANADIAN PRESS INNISFAIL, Alta. — One dog. One handler. It’s a familiar motto at the RCMP Police Dog Service Training Centre in central Alberta, the one place in Canada where RCMP police dogs are born and trained. The centre in Innisfail trains both officers and dogs […]