March 28, 2023

Canada to lend another $2.4-billion to Ukraine, provide more immigration support

Ottawa says Canada’s support for Ukraine on a per capita basis is the highest in the world
March 28, 2023

Mahatma Gandhi statue beheaded at B.C.'s Simon Fraser University

The head of a bronze statue of Indian independence leader Mahatma Gandhi has been removed and stolen from the Burnaby, B.C., campus of Simon Fraser University, and police are searching for evidence of why and how it happened.
March 28, 2023

Evening Update: Liberals bet on green economy, expand dental care in 2023 federal budget

Also: A Quebec police officer was stabbed to death during an arrest attempt at a home in the province’s Mauricie region
March 28, 2023

Here are 7 key takeaways from the 2023 federal budget

Ottawa promised spending on climate, dental care, and increased taxes on higher-income Canadians. these are the main takeaways from the document
March 28, 2023

B.C. family awarded nearly $2.5M in damages after mother's death in crash caused by motorcyclist

The family of a woman who died in a "catastrophic" car crash caused by an erratic motorcyclist on a major roadway in Surrey, B.C., has been awarded nearly $2.5 million in damages.
March 28, 2023

Alleged subway killer was on probation, had years-long history of charges: court documents

A man who is facing a first-degree murder charge in connection with the stabbing death of a 16-year-old boy at a Toronto subway station was on probation when the attack occurred, and has been charged in recent years for a variety of offences, according to court documents obtained by CBC Toronto. 
March 28, 2023

Slowing growth, higher spending strains Ottawa’s fiscal anchor

Federal government debt compared to the size of the economy is expected to rise in the coming fiscal year
March 28, 2023

Ottawa’s banks on billions in tax credits to stay competitive with U.S. on clean economy spending

Ottawa allocated $20.9-billion over five years mostly for new investment tax credits for clean electricity, clean hydrogen, and manufacturing clean technoloiges
March 28, 2023

North Saanich, B.C., councillor resigns after referring to mayor as ‘Mr. Hitler’

Coun. Brett Smyth says in his letter of resignation that the decision to leave immediately was not an easy one but was made necessary after an ‘offhanded comment’ he made at a recent council meeting
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