Canada

November 27, 2022

Sask. company finds new uses for province's old grain elevators

As Saskatchewan’s iconic rural landmarks fall into disrepair, a team is working to deconstruct the province’s wooden grain elevators and reuse the wood for affordable housing and construction materials.
November 27, 2022

How the American anti-LGBTQ hate machine is posing a threat to Canadians

The level of hate directed at the LGBTQ community in the U.S. has reached a point where it poses a security threat to Canadians, says a former senior-ranking Canadian intelligence official.
November 27, 2022

Farmers union hopes to attract runaway cattle that have been on the run in Quebec town

The 20 or so young animals have been on the lam for several months and have evaded attempts to recapture them
November 26, 2022

Taylor Swift dance parties are the benevolent alternative to clubbing you never knew you needed

This is a celebration – one of many – that has been loudly disrupting club scenes as a safer, more inclusive alternative across the country while raising money for charities. Call it a dance party. Call it a revolution. It’s a love story, and Canada is saying yes
November 26, 2022

Magnitude 4.0, 4.8 earthquakes rumble off the west coast of Vancouver Island

Earthquakes Canada says quake was ‘lightly felt’ on Vancouver Island, but it hadn’t received any reports of damage
November 26, 2022

Montreal-area company fined $40,000 after blowing snow into protected frog habitat

The endangered frog, which grows to an average of around 2.5 cm long, is one of Quebec’s smallest
November 26, 2022

Wind, winter storm warnings posted throughout B.C., conditions to ease Sunday

The heaviest snow is forecast for Fort Nelson, where the weather office says accumulations could exceed 30 centimetres
November 26, 2022

Workers at Calgary Loblaw distribution centre accept offer hours before lockout, union says

Union says 66 per cent of its members who work for the facility voted to accept the final offer
November 26, 2022

New Brunswick mother calls for change after police mistakenly told her that her son had died

Donna Price said she intends to file a lawsuit against the force to ensure that police follow proper protocols to identify deceased people and notify their families, no matter what their life circumstances may be
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