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Canada charges two in al Qaeda-inspired plot to bomb Canada Day event

Jul 02 2013

SURREY, British Columbia Canadian police said on Tuesday they foiled an al Qaeda-inspired plot to detonate three pressure-cooker bombs during Monday's Canada Day holiday outside the parliament building in the Pacific coast city of Victoria, arresting a Canadian man and woman and seizing their home-made explosive devices.

Canada charges two in al Qaeda-inspired plot to bomb Canada Day event

Jul 02 2013

SURREY, British Columbia Canadian police said on Tuesday they foiled an al Qaeda-inspired plot to detonate three pressure-cooker bombs during Monday's Canada Day holiday outside the parliament building in the Pacific coast city of Victoria, arresting a Canadian man and woman and seizing their home-made explosive devices.

Tales from a rare bookstore

Sep 27 2012

The book immediately caught my eye. It was small, about the size of a deck of cards, but twice the thickness, and there was no question it was very old.

High octane and a Princess

Sep 13 2012

Parked amongst the trees was a collection of battle-scared and brightly colored stock cars. All tethered onto trailers and pulled behind pickup trucks, the collection of road warriors and their owners waited patiently for the gates to open for another Saturday night at Agassiz Speedway.

Old people and their parents

Sep 05 2012

Yes that is correct folks, I said croquet. Several months ago I was searching for a website totally unrelated and for reasons only Google knows, up came a page with a detailed list of the 2012 croquet tournaments across North America.

A close encounter of the equine kind

May 29 2012

My destination was the town of Falkland, named after a career British soldier, Colonel Falkland GE Warren who had settled in the area in 1892. The reason for my visit was to photograph an annual event very popular with those living in the area namely the 94th Annual Falkland Stampede.

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