Canada

November 7, 2022

Military investigating after Canadian soldier dies in Iraq

The CAF is investigating the death of a Winnipeg-based working in Baghdad who died under ‘non-operational related circumstances’
November 7, 2022

Trudeau participates in ground breaking for Moderna’s mRNA vaccine factory in Montreal area

Moderna’s vaccine factory in Laval, Que., is expected to be completed in 2024 at the earliest and produce 100 million doses of mRNA vaccines per year
November 7, 2022

Quebec Liberal Leader Dominique Anglade resigns for ‘the good of the party’

Anglade’s leadership has been under pressure since the party elected just 21 members in the Oct. 3 election – down from 31 in the 2018 vote
November 7, 2022

GO Transit bus drivers on strike after failed contract talks

The strike began today after Metrolinx and the union representing the workers failed to secure a new contract during weekend negotiations
November 7, 2022

Monkeypox ‘almost eradicated’ in Montreal, but doctors warn it’s too early to declare victory

Monkeypox cases can still be imported by tourists and other visitors, doctors in Montreal say, adding that it’s still unclear how long the vaccine will remain effective
November 7, 2022

Doug Ford says housing on protected Greenbelt needed due to rising immigration

Ontario Premier Doug Ford is justifying his proposal to remove land from the environmentally protected Greenbelt by saying the housing crisis has worsened because of increased immigration
November 7, 2022

CUPE to end education worker protests in Ontario

Some 55,000 Ontario education workers will return to work after Doug Ford said he will repeal legislation that imposed a contract on them
November 7, 2022

Selling Freedom Mobile not enough to OK Rogers Shaw merger, Competition Bureau tells Tribunal

The Competition Tribunal's public hearing on Rogers Communications Inc.'s $26 billion proposed takeover of Shaw Communications Inc. begins Monday as the telecom companies look to take the deal across the finish line.
November 7, 2022

Judge rules Doug Ford immune from testifying at Emergencies Act inquiry

A Federal Court judge has ruled that Ontario Premier Doug Ford and Deputy Premier Sylvia Jones will not have to testify at the Emergencies Act inquiry in Ottawa because of immunity provided to them by parliamentary privilege.
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