May 25, 2023

Province plans for new cancer centre in Kamloops, B.C.

New cancer centre planned for Kamloops, B.C., will save patients from hours of travelling for treatment
May 25, 2023

Quebec will require economic immigrants to speak French before arriving, says Legault

Legault says his government is also considering increasing the number of immigrants it accepts every year to 60,000 people from 50,000 people, by 2027
May 25, 2023

Hundreds to return home after Saskatchewan wildfire evacuation orders lifted

Saskatchewan communities lift evacuation orders and hundreds head home with conditions improving
May 25, 2023

B.C. concussion researchers propose change to 'wildly inconsistent' way the brain injury is diagnosed

Recognizing and properly diagnosing concussions has also been an issue in clinical settings. A Vancouver researcher hopes that will change with a new diagnostic standard he helped develop.
May 25, 2023

University of Waterloo will waive tuition for students from 2 Ontario First Nations

The university will waive tuition fees for qualifying students from two First Nations on whose traditional territory the university's campus is located.
May 25, 2023

Hamilton to explore 'advocate registry,' where residents could host people experiencing homelessness

Hamilton city council voted Wednesday to look further into the creation of an 'advocate registry' based on Oshawa program modelled on refugee sponsorship. Some councillors and advocates have concerns with the idea, however.
May 25, 2023

'You just can't trust anyone:' Couple warns of home repair scam in Halifax and Kingston, Ont.

A Halifax couple recently lost $500 in a home repair scam involving a group of men posing as workers from a local company called Fine Line Roofing and Masonry.
May 25, 2023

Quebec ramps up French language requirements for immigrants

The Coalition Avenir Québec government is also prepared to welcome more than 50,000 immigrants per year, a scenario the premier previously said could contribute to the decline of the French language and "threaten social cohesion."
May 25, 2023

N.L. crash survivor relieved to see accused drunk driver heading back to trial

After a long process, Josh Whiteway feels he'll finally have a chance at justice as the alleged drunk driver who hit him has been ordered to stand trial.
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