November 5, 2022

B.C.’s slow flood recovery leaves farmers worried about future threats

Last year in Abbotsford, extreme rain triggered failures, forced many to evacuate and leave behind billions of dollars in damages
November 5, 2022

Great Reads: Sleepless nation, U.S. midterms, financial double bite

In this issue, governments wake up to burgeoning sleep crisis; Biden’s agenda in peril as Democrats face drubbing at polls; crunching the numbers on rising cost of living
November 5, 2022

Ontario education workers, parents and students share what’s at stake with the strike

Workers have been subject to a three-year wage increase cap, which has seen them garner wage hikes of one-per-cent annually since 2019 - well below the rate of inflation
November 5, 2022

Calgary domestic violence program that focuses on men hailed as a model example

Men’s Counselling Service in Calgary challenges toxic understandings of what it means to be a man
November 5, 2022

If small-town Alberta is wary of Danielle Smith, nothing is a given any more

Poll shows the new premier's UCP behind NDP in Calgary and Edmonton, and with a surprisingly small lead in the rest of Alberta.
November 5, 2022

Clocks turn back 1 hour this weekend

The majority of Canadians will be able to get an extra hour of sleep this weekend, as clocks go back with the end of daylight time.
November 5, 2022

Tim Hortons founder spent up to $10M a year subsidizing his luxury Nova Scotia resort

Ron Joyce's heirs are fighting a $20-million property tax assessment.
November 5, 2022

Cappola brand Genoa Salami contains milk and wheat not listed on label

Cappola brand Genoa salami recalled because it contains milk and wheat not listed on label
November 5, 2022

Ontario planning development of 50,000 new homes on protected Greenbelt land

The Ford government is proposing to release up to 7,400 acres of the Greenbelt in areas that are close to existing communities, after repeatedly promising not to
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