June 4, 2023

Canadian soldiers, U.S. firefighters join effort in battling Nova Scotia wildfires

Barrington Lake wildfire, the largest in the province’s history, continues to burn out of control; the Westwood Hills fire was 85 per cent contained
June 4, 2023

What does it take to make a multiplex? A lot of planning and a healthy budget

A primer on what's involved in building and developing a multiplex residential property in Toronto.
June 4, 2023

Vitriol in Val d'Or: How homelessness and petty crime have reignited racial tensions

Many of the residents of Val d'Or say they feel unsafe in the small city and blame the homeless population. For those who work with First Nations people in the area, the language used is unacceptable and will do nothing to help the community heal.
June 3, 2023

Alberta’s provincewide state of emergency to end as wildfire situation improves

Public Safety and Emergency Services Minister Mike Ellis says support will not stop for communities affected by active wildfires, including Fort Chipewyan, which remains evacuated due to a large fire
June 3, 2023

City of St. John’s charges 70-year-old woman for feeding pigeons in her backyard

Jessica Rendell said the City of St. John’s charged her mother, Susan Rendell, for violating a municipal bylaw forbidding people from feeding wildlife on residential property
June 3, 2023

Montreal police open homicide probe into fatal shooting of 61-year-old man

Investigators say a man, 61, was allegedly shot in front of a building in the city’s Ville-Marie district, located east of downtown, at around 8 a.m.
June 3, 2023

One northern Quebec town evacuated as wildfires spread; others allowed to return home

Lebel-sur-Quévillon officials issued a social media update on Saturday saying the fire continued to threaten the municipality even though its spread had slowed overnight
June 3, 2023

Four children found unresponsive, one man missing after 11 people swept away by tide in Eastern Quebec

Six people were rescued after police received a call around 2 a.m. on Saturday, said a Sûreté du Québec spokesperson
June 3, 2023

Toronto Police investigating two violent transit incidents in city’s east-end

In one incident, police say six people got into a fight on the Kennedy Station southbound platform and the victim suffered two stab wounds
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