March 5, 2023

Missing plane found in northern Ontario with two occupants dead, rescue crews say

The search for the Cessna 208, which went missing on Tuesday, had ended as the plane had been found, crews say
March 4, 2023

Missing plane found in northwestern Ontario, both occupants killed

Officials say they have found the wreck of a Cessna 208 aircraft that was reported missing, ending a five-day aerial search over a remote region of northwestern Ontario. Both occupants in the plane died before search-and-rescue technicians arrived on the scene.
March 4, 2023

Vancouver police investigate four stabbings, including death of 22-year-old man

They say no arrests have been made in this stabbing and the investigation is ongoing
March 4, 2023

Nunavut's Jake Higgs guides team to territory's 1st-ever win at Brier

Nunavut has its first-ever victory at the Canadian men's curling championship. Skip Jake Higgs guided his team to a 7-4 win over Nathan Young of Newfoundland and Labrador on Saturday.
March 4, 2023

Canadian Press newscaster Geri Smith, an on-air presence for nearly 35 years, dead at 60

Smith’s voice became familiar to listeners across the country during her career with the national wire service
March 4, 2023

Canada’s chief of the defence staff makes trip to Kyiv

Wayne Eyre received detailed briefings from Ukrainian officials, including from his counterpart, department says
March 4, 2023

Saskatoon high school students use coding to remix Indigenous music, learn about history, reconciliation

Approx. 100 students from St. Joseph and Bethlehem Catholic High Schools participated in the Your Voice Is Power Hackathon at the University of Saskatchewan on Friday. They remixed songs from Indigenous artists using coding applications and participated in discussions about Indigenous experience.
March 4, 2023

Major Ontario snowstorm blankets region, forces flight cancellations

Environment Canada said the storm dumped 20 to 30 centimetres of snow in many areas and was accompanied by strong gusts of winds, a rarity for the region this late into the season
March 4, 2023

In photos: Major winter storm brings snow sweeps across parts of Ontario

A fierce winter storm that brought heavy snow, strong wind and even thunder and lightning to most of southern Ontario on Friday. Dozens of flights in and out of Toronto’s Pearson International Airport were delayed or cancelled late Friday and early Saturday due to the weather. Snowfall and winter storm warnings remain in place for parts of the province, as the storm moved past the region late Saturday morning.
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