Canada

January 3, 2023

Newfoundland and Labrador court rejects lawsuits filed by former cabinet ministers

When Dale Kirby and Eddie Joyce were ejected from caucus in 2018, Kirby was education minister and Joyce was minister of municipal affairs and the environment
January 3, 2023

Winnipeg man faces second-degree murder charges after Christmas apartment fire

Winnipeg police have identified the two people who died as a result of the apartment fire as Roger Glen Dobleg, 63, and Suzanne Helen McCooeye, 70
January 3, 2023

All scheduled flights to bring stranded passengers home from Mexico completed, Sunwing says

Sunwing says in a statement that its teams have worked around the clock to return its affected customers home after winter storms disrupted its operations during the holidays
January 3, 2023

Calgary home sales down 31% in December from year ago, real estate board says

The December sales in the region were not enough to offset gains made earlier in the year, when homes changed hands at a faster pace
January 3, 2023

Officials to provide update on Hamilton fire that killed four, including two kids

Police have yet to confirm the victims’ identities, the relation between them or details about the other two people who survived
January 3, 2023

Fundraiser for legal challenge of Manitoba Tory leadership didn’t violate rules, watchdog says

Shelly Glover lost her leadership bid to Heather Stefanson in a close race in the fall of 2021, and appealed the results in court
January 3, 2023

Saskatchewan woman accused of faking her and her son’s death intends to go to trial

Dawn Walker and her seven-year-old child were reported missing in July after her pickup truck was found near a river at a park south of Saskatoon
January 3, 2023

Morning Update: 23 ways to make the most out of 2023

From picking away at paying off your debt to wasting a little less food, the following 23 tips could help you reach your goals this year
January 3, 2023

Book club helps inmates at this Ontario women's prison connect and communicate

Book Club for Inmates, a program run in federal penitentiaries, is having a big impact on inmates at Grand Valley Institution for Women in Kitchener, Ont., helping them develop great discussions and open up about their own lives.
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