Canada

September 3, 2022

How to prepare for the return to the office

We’ve put together a back-to-office guide, including reads on the mixed feelings of employers and their workers, the impact of inflation, and why you should embrace PowerPoint presentations
September 3, 2022

‘Modified racing vehicle’ crash on Calgary streets kills driver

The impact of the crash caused the car to roll on to its roof
September 3, 2022

Banff's 2nd fatal stabbing in a month leaves 'community in mourning'

Alberta RCMP are investigating a stabbing on Banff's main street that left one man dead early Saturday morning.
September 3, 2022

Canadians with ties to Pakistan call for more aid amid deadly flooding

Many of the more than 200,000 Canadians with Pakistani ancestry are worried about their families amid deadly flooding, according to a Calgary business owner who had helped people with disabilities move out of the way of the impending deluge.
September 3, 2022

Police investigation puts fighter pilot call sign meetings under microscope

A police investigation into comments made at a social gathering of fighter pilots in June has cast a spotlight on a well-known but little-understood military tradition that some worry is another example of entrenched cultural problems in Canada's Armed Forces: The assignment of call signs.
September 3, 2022

Rivalry renewed: Canada advances to face U.S. in final at women's hockey worlds

Canada will try to repeat as women's world hockey champions following a 8-1 semifinal victory over Switzerland on Saturday in Herning, Denmark. Marie-Philip Poulin paced the attack with two goals and one assist ahead of Sunday's gold-medal game against the U.S.
September 3, 2022

CAQ proposes two private medical centres to ease hospital strain ahead of Quebec election

The Coalition Avenir Québec is promising the two centers would be free and reimbursed by medicare.
September 3, 2022

No public broadcast for RCMP officer’s testimony about N.S. mass shooter

Const. Greg Wiley will be the first witness to answer questions before the mass casualty commission whose testimony will not be shared with the public
September 3, 2022

Candlelight vigil planned for six young people killed in Barrie, Ont., crash

The six victims, all in their early 20s, were found dead at the site of a single-vehicle crash early Sunday morning
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