March 20, 2023

Federal environment minister calls for stronger links with Alberta on oilsands tailings ponds issues

Federal Environment Minister Steven Guilbeault is emphasizing his call for stronger links between Ottawa and Alberta when it comes to environmental protection in the oilsands.
March 20, 2023

This Canadian is behind some of the paintings projected during Taylor Swift's massive Eras Tour

John Smith, an artist and musician from Hamilton, is responsible for some of the artwork projected behind Taylor Swift during her current Eras Tours, which kicked off in Arizona on March 17.
March 20, 2023

Nexus trusted-traveller program to resume fully by April 24 after year-long standoff

The federal government says the Nexus trusted-traveller program will ramp back up fully within five weeks, allowing frequent border crossers to complete their applications and speed up their trips.
March 20, 2023

Anti-Islamophobia representative Amira Elghawaby says she'll continue to call out discriminatory laws

Nearly two months after apologizing for her comments in a 2019 opinion piece, Canada's first special representative to combat Islamophobia began an official tour of communities with a stop in London, Ont., where a Muslim family was killed in 2021.
March 20, 2023

Nordstrom Canada will launch sales at its closing stores starting Tuesday

Bargain hunters are one step closer to seeing sales at Nordstrom's closing Canadian locations. At a hearing at Osgoode Hall in Toronto on Monday, the Ontario Superior Court of Justice gave the U.S. retailer's Canadian branch permission to start liquidating its merchandise.
March 20, 2023

Woman told she shouldn't serve on Ottawa health board because of her weight

A member of the Ottawa Board of Health is speaking out against body shaming after she received a letter from a resident telling her she shouldn't be on the board because of her weight.
March 20, 2023

How much dog poop is left behind in Calgary parks? Researchers say it's a lot

A team of researchers were examining animal feces in park land for various research projects and found a staggering number of dog owners aren't picking up after their pets.
March 20, 2023

UBC program opens the door for former Afghan judges to study law

Three women involved fled Afghanistan after the Taliban took over and barred female government employees
March 20, 2023

Third victim dies from injuries following pickup crash in Amqui, Que.

A third person has died after a pickup truck hit pedestrians in Amqui, Que., about 640 kilometres northeast of Montreal last week. 
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