Canada

March 25, 2024

Judge confirms plan to restructure Atlantic Canada newspaper chain

A Nova Scotia judge has approved a plan for restructuring Saltwire, the company which owns a string of newspapers in Atlantic Canada, including the Halifax Chronicle Herald, the Charlottetown Guardian and the St. John’s Telegram.
March 25, 2024

Manitoba OKs $530M settlement after judge found province improperly kept money from children in care

The province of Manitoba has agreed to pay out more than $500 million after a judge found the government improperly withheld federal money intended for children in care.
March 25, 2024

Windsor, Ont., boy looks to better semi-final result at his 2nd straight Scripps spelling bee

Isaac Brogan is 12 years old and already has two regional spelling bee titles under his belt — as well as multiple trips to the Scripps National Spelling Bee near Washington, D.C. The Grade 6 student is from Windsor, Ont. 
March 25, 2024

Charges dropped against Ontario cops in shooting death of toddler

All criminal charges have been dropped against three Ontario Provincial Police (OPP) officers who were accused in a deadly 2020 police shooting that killed a father and toddler in Kawartha Lakes, Ont.
March 25, 2024

Maxwell and Jazmine Sullivan Announce North American Tour – Yahoo Canada Sports

Maxwell and Jazmine Sullivan Announce North American Tour  Yahoo Canada Sports
March 25, 2024

E-bike manufacturer seeks public help after $500K container theft from Metro Vancouver

A CEO of a Saskatoon-based e-bike manufacturer is asking for the public to look out for some of his bikes after a container costing him $500,000 was taken from Metro Vancouver.
March 25, 2024

Sask.'s El Niño winter is over. What does that mean for spring?

Winter on the Prairies didn't feel like winter much of the time. That could mean prolonged drought and another challenging forest fire season.
March 25, 2024

Saskatchewan teachers’ job action continues across province today

The Saskatchewan Teachers Federation says job action is continuing this week, starting on Monday with extracurricular activities and noon-hour supervision being impacted.
March 25, 2024

Final rush of Ukrainians arrive in Nova Scotia ahead of emergency visa deadline

As the deadline looms for Ukrainians to use Canada's emergency visa, Nova Scotia is experiencing a final spike in new arrivals.
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