March 22, 2023

Saskatchewan First Nation says B.C. willing to keep talking to resolve concerns

The First Nation released a statement one day after a news conference in Vancouver that outlined its first steps to control its own child welfare services
March 22, 2023

Ontario to get rid of temporary paid sick days, lift some COVID measures in LTC homes

Ontario says high vaccination rates among nursing home residents and staff have led the chief medical officer of health to begin easing some measures
March 22, 2023

Former Vancouver mayor Kennedy Stewart wins $100,000 costs in NPA defamation case

The defamation case by members of the NPA’s board was a ‘strategic lawsuit against public participation’, B.C. Supreme Court Justice Wendy Baker says
March 22, 2023

Calgary pastor accused of hate-motivated crimes at drag storytime has history of violence

A Calgary pastor accused of hate-motivated crimes after an altercation at a library drag event has a criminal history for violent assaults and animal abuse, a judge heard Wednesday.
March 22, 2023

Homicide team probes isolated, deadly attack on man in West Vancouver

Members of the Homicide team are working with West Vancouver police to uncover a motive for the attack and identify a suspect
March 22, 2023

Ontario Liberal Mitzie Hunter plans to resign seat for Toronto mayoral bid

The Scarborough-Guildwood MPP is preparing to formally declare a mayoral bid next week. The nomination period is expected to open on April 3
March 22, 2023

Changing climate making snowmobiling riskier, OPP say

The number of trails in Ontario not safe for snowmobiling has increased as the season shortens, OPP’s motorized snow vehicle co-ordinator says
March 22, 2023

Spring is in the air in northwestern Ontario, but so is 15 cm of snow

An early spring snow storm hit Thunder Bay on the second official day of spring. People are digging out but they're taking it in stride, because in this part of Canada, it's not March without a good dump of snow.
March 22, 2023

Transportation Safety Board report on sinking says fishing boat needed stability test

The fishing boat had 2,700 kilograms of scallops stacked almost two metres high on its deck, likely contributing to instability, report says
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