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Neil Young's older brother Bob releases 'Hey America,' his first song at 78

TORONTO - Bob Young spent much of his life forging a career as a prominent golfer, but at 78 years old, Neil Young's brother has released his first song.

Ahead of the U.S. election on Nov. 3, the elder Young has unveiled “Hey America,” a folk song where he urges the nation to “give love a chance,” saying it's “the beacon of freedom.”

Scott Moe and Saskatchewan Party defeat NDP for 4th straight majority

Scott Moe led his Saskatchewan Party into rare territory Monday winning a fourth straight majority for the longest-serving government in the country.

The centre-right party was elected or leading in more than 45 constituencies, comfortably more than the 31 needed to control the 61-seat legislature.

Spin Master signs US$50M deal to buy Rubik's Brand Ltd, owner of the Rubik's Cube

Spin Master Corp. says it has signed a deal to buy Rubik's Brand Ltd, owner of the Rubik's Cube.

The Toronto-based toy company is paying US$50 million.

The Rubik's Cube was invented by Erno Rubik in 1974 and launched globally in 1980.

The puzzle toy went on to become a phenomenon and sell hundreds of millions of units.