June 1, 2023

Calling 311 for the City of Montreal today? Hoping for English service? Not so fast

Calling 311 for the City of Montreal today? Hoping for English service? Not so fast.
June 1, 2023

Emergency room of Quebec's Lakeshore hospital urgently needs renovation for patient safety, new report finds

The report highlights problems in the ER and makes 135 recommendations, foremost among them, the urgent need for a long-promised renovation that would give patients more space, privacy and make it easier for staff to see them and provide care.
June 1, 2023

After stressful evacuation, some Sambaa K'e, N.W.T., residents happy to be in Fort Simpson

Sambaa K’e, N.W.T., evacuees in Fort Simpson are staying positive after a wildfire displaced them. Some are enjoying a chance to reconnect with friends and family in Fort Simpson. 
June 1, 2023

Air Canada flight communicator system breaks down, causing widespread delays

Air Canada is experiencing an issue with one of its internal systems, leading to flight delays across its network. The issue is causing delays across the system, with 227 flights delayed so far on Thursday, according to That's about 43 per cent of the airline's daily load.
June 1, 2023

Fifth day of fighting major wildfires in Nova Scotia could prove pivotal

Nova Scotia fire officials are worried about a resurgence in two major fires because of a phenomenon known as ‘crossover’
June 1, 2023

BMO takeover of Air Miles now official

BMO Financial Group says it closed its acquisition of the Air Miles loyalty rewards program in Canada on Thursday.
June 1, 2023

‘A start’: Toronto multiplex policy aimed at boosting housing welcomed by observers

The move could transform up to 70% of what’s known as the city’s ‘yellowbelt,’ where only one single family dwelling per lot was previously permitted
June 1, 2023

Forest fire forces evacuation of 500 homes in Chapais, Que.

A major forest fire near Chapais in northern Quebec has forced at least 500 people out of their homes.
June 1, 2023

Morning Update: ‘Nova Scotia needs help right now’: Premier pleads for wildfire assistance

Minister of Emergency Preparedness Bill Blair said more help is coming for Nova Scotia
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