September 21, 2022

N.L. family shattered by loss of home steeped in 40 years of memories

Dan Simms, centre, and daughters, from left, Dana Strickland and Donna Simms, assess the damage to their family home in Burgeo. (Troy Turner/CBC) For Dan and […]
September 21, 2022

Atlantic Canada begins assessing the full scope of Fiona's damage

People across Atlantic Canada are beginning to assess the damage and clean up after post-tropical storm Fiona swept through the region Saturday. As of 9 a.m., […]
September 21, 2022

This is what Hurricane Fiona will do to Atlantic Canada over the next few days

Hurricane Fiona is on its way and much of Atlantic Canada can expect heavy rainfall, powerful winds, with storm surge likely along parts of the coast. […]
September 21, 2022

Trudeau to attend assassinated former Japanese PM Shinzo Abe’s state funeral in Tokyo

The Prime Minister’s office said the 67-year-old Abe, who was killed in July during a political campaign event, was a ‘strong ally and friend’ to Canada
September 21, 2022

Women in Vancouver's Downtown Eastside warn of escalation in attacks, kidnappings, forced druggings

Women in Vancouver's Downtown Eastside are warning of escalating levels of violence in the neighbourhood and reporting more frequent, increasingly brutal instances of kidnappings, forced confinements, rapes and robberies, according to front-line workers.
September 21, 2022

Nunavut announces new nursing scholarship in memory of student killed in Ottawa

Nunavut's health minister has announced a new scholarship created in the memory of Savanna Pikuyak, an Inuk woman from Sanirajak, Nunavut, who was killed shortly after moving to Ottawa for school.
September 21, 2022

Mounties in N.W.T. search for suspect after 1 dead, others injured in stabbing

The RCMP’s major crimes unit, forensic identification services, police dog services and emergency response teams have been deployed to assist with the investigation in the community of Fort Good Hope
September 21, 2022

Alberta minister thanks 'freedom convoys' for mobilizing against Ottawa's 'tyrannical' pandemic policies

Alberta's minister of labour and immigration, Kaycee Madu, took to social media to criticize Ottawa's "tyrannical" pandemic travel restrictions and thank "freedom convoys" for their efforts against them.
September 21, 2022

American company says it will stop shipping products to Quebec over new language law

In a message at the top of OtterBox’s home page, the Colorado-based accessory manufacturer says, that "due to the French language requirements of Bill 96, we have temporarily suspended shipments to Quebec, Canada."
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