Canada

September 22, 2022

High-profile resignations force Green Party to consider scaling back leadership contest

In the wake of several high-profile resignations from its leadership committee, the federal Green Party is looking at curtailing some aspects of its leadership race.
September 22, 2022

Hurricane Fiona likely to hit Atlantic Canada as intense post-tropical storm

That post-tropical transition does not mean the storm will be weaker but will change its structure, grow in scale and cover even more territory.
September 22, 2022

Marineland drops $1.5M lawsuit against former employee and agrees to rehouse walruses

Marineland and a former employee, who had been accused of plotting to steal an almost 800-pound walrus, have worked out their decade-long legal battle: The Niagara Falls, Ont., theme park has dropped a $1.5-million lawsuit against activist Philip Demers, and Smooshi and her calf will be rehoused.
September 22, 2022

De Havilland to build aerospace manufacturing facility in Alberta

The large-scale facility and airfield, just east of Calgary, will take up to 15 years to build and will create job opportunities for nearly 1,500 people
September 22, 2022

B.C. recommendations say legislative changes needed for repeat offenders and random stranger attacks

Experts commissioned by the B.C. government say plan is aimed at diverting those who present a risk from the criminal-justice system
September 22, 2022

Inquests to be held into Saskatchewan stabbings, Myles Sanderson’s death in police custody

Saskatchewan’s chief coroner, Clive Weighill, said preliminary autopsy results show Myles Sanderson did not suffer from blunt force trauma, addressing concerns that he was injured by police
September 22, 2022

‘Lightly felt’ earthquake with 3.4 magnitude is recorded near Prince George, B.C.

Earthquake recorded 32 kilometres southwest of Prince George registers at 3.4 magnitude
September 22, 2022

Indigenous population grows to 1.8 million, but at slower rate than before, census data reveal

Figures also show number of children in foster care remains disproportionately high compared to non-Indigenous population, while housing conditions on and off-reserve and in cities continue to be disproportionately substandard
September 22, 2022

When it comes to revealing books about the Royal Family, biographers have come up short on Queen Elizabeth

Biographers have often been able to source out more than ample material on the Royals. The Queen was always an exception to the rule
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