March 3, 2023

Amplify: When women journalists are silenced, all of us lose

In this issue of Amplify, guest writer Rachel Pulfer talks about the global status of women in journalism
March 3, 2023

Ontario Nurses’ Association says bargaining with hospitals has broken down

The nurses’ union started bargaining with the hospitals in late January and talks had entered mediation on Wednesday
March 3, 2023

Former B.C. MP says he lost his seat due to China allegedly meddling in Canadian election

Former Conservative B.C. MP Kenny Chiu says he was the target of propaganda and disinformation on WeChat during the last election campaign.
March 3, 2023

As winter storm nears Toronto, WestJet cancels evening flights out of Pearson Airport

Toronto residents heard thunder and saw bolts of lightning on Friday night as an intense snowstorm swept through the city. Environment Canada discouraged residents from "non-essential travel" due to heavy and blowing snow.
March 3, 2023

Video: Trudeau says government looking at recommendations in election interference report

Prime Minister Justin Trudeau said on March 2 his government is looking at recommendations that have been made in an independent report that reviews protocol designed […]
March 3, 2023

Ontario Liberals to set stage for leadership race at weekend AGM in Hamilton

Ontario Liberals are gathering this weekend for another attempt at party renewal following a second consecutive disastrous election result, and one of the main items on the agenda is setting the stage for a leadership race.
March 3, 2023

Her medical transport team took her to the wrong hospital in the wrong town for heart surgery

This week, Bette Vanee, 78, was scheduled for heart surgery at St. Mary's General Hospital in Kitchener and was awaiting medical transport from her home hospital in Listowel, Ont. But instead of taking Vanee to Kitchener, the Voyago transport team took her to the hospital in St. Marys, Ont.
March 3, 2023

Morning Update: CSIS investigating who leaked information on China meddling

Spy agency head suggests whistleblowers were frustrated by Ottawa’s handling of interference; Commons committee calls on government to launch public inquiry into foreign intrusion
March 3, 2023

Montreal university says no indication donation by Chinese billionaire was suspect

The Montreal university that was promised an $800,000 donation as part of an alleged plot by the Chinese government to influence Justin Trudeau said the pledge came at a different time in Canada-China relations.
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