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A disabled Canadian navy ship being towed by an American tug after an engine fire has been making good progress toward Pearl Harbor, Canadian naval officials said Wednesday.
Guests aboard a naval refueling ship thought they were going to see some drills and learn more about life as a Canadian sailor on the Pacific. Instead, they got a firsthand view of their loved ones in action as the sailors battled an engine fire.
A U.S. Navy ocean tug on Tuesday was towing a Canadian navy ship with nearly 300 crew members on board to Hawaii's Pearl Harbor after an engine fire left 20 sailors with minor injuries.
A Canadian navy intelligence officer who pleaded guilty to selling military secrets to Russia was sentenced Friday to 20 years in prison. Sub-Lt. Jeffrey Paul Delisle had access to information shared by Canada, the United States, Britain, Australia and New Zealand.
Santa-tracking volunteers at Peterson Air Force Base in Colorado said they fielded about 102,000 telephone queries beginning early Saturday on his progress.
Prince William and Kate arrived Sunday in Quebec City after spending the night on a Canadian navy frigate as it sailed down the picturesque St. Lawrence Seaway, but once ashore they face more protests from French-speaking separatists.
The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge — better known as Prince William and the former Kate Middleton — faced more protests by French-speaking separatists Sunday after arriving in Quebec City on a Canadian navy frigate that sailed down the picturesque St. Lawrence River.
Prince William and Kate faced more protests by French-speaking separatists Sunday after arriving in Quebec City on a Canadian navy frigate that sailed down the picturesque St. Lawrence Seaway..