Canada

January 24, 2023

Nearly one-quarter of trails in southern B.C., Alberta unmapped and unmanaged: study

Researchers find that almost 6,000 kilometres of trails in the southern Rockies are totally off the books
January 24, 2023

Survivors of residential school in Saskatchewan file proposed class-action lawsuit

Survivors say they are suing Ottawa and Saskatchewan for the roles they played in operating the school and for breaching legal duties to care for them
January 24, 2023

Marineland registers to lobby Ontario government with goal of selling park

A lawyer who has represented Marineland for years says in the lobbyist registry that the park is looking for potential zoning changes to allow for development
January 24, 2023

Toronto police upgrade charge to manslaughter for man who pushed woman to sidewalk

The accused was first charged with aggravated assault as police waited for the results of an autopsy confirming the cause of death
January 24, 2023

Police investigate report that 10 to 15 youths attacked transit workers on TTC bus

A tweet from the TTC also said two on-duty employees were attacked in what it called a ‘despicable swarming/assault’
January 24, 2023

Prince Edward Island farmers say federal restrictions imposed to manage potato wart went too far

Canada stopped sending the Island’s best-known export to the U.S. after a fungus was detected in a few fields on the Island
January 24, 2023

Manslaughter charge filed against Toronto man accused in senior's shoving death

A man accused of pushing an 89-year-old woman to the ground who then died in downtown Toronto is now facing an upgraded charge of manslaughter, police said Tuesday.
January 24, 2023

Woman describes in warrant how serial offender lured her to suite where Indigenous teen was later found dead

An unsealed court document has revealed more details about how a man deemed a "danger to the public" apparently lured women to his Downtown Eastside apartment, where his body — and, later, the bodies of a woman and a missing Indigenous girl — were found last year. 
January 24, 2023

Indian migrant arrested near U.S. border last year accused of using fake documents to apply to Ontario college

An Indian citizen who was part of the same group of migrants as a family that froze to death near the United States border in Manitoba last year has been accused of forgery in his home country after allegedly using fake documents to apply to study at a college in southern Ontario.
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