September 18, 2022

Rick Mercer wins the Leacock Medal for Humour for memoir ‘Talking to Canadians’

Rick Mercer captured the $25,000 prize for his memoir, which charts his rise to TV stardom and details behind-the-scenes moments from small-screen hits
September 18, 2022

Ontario ministry investigating death of Mississauga transit worker

City transportation commissioner says the worker was injured at the Central Parkway Maintenance Garage while performing maintenance on a bus Saturday morning
September 17, 2022

Evacuation order rescinded for Battleship Mountain wildfire in northeastern B.C.

However, the BC Wildfire Service says the blaze remains out of control
September 17, 2022

International student injured in Toronto-area shootings dies; death toll rises to 3

Satwinder Singh had been working part time at an auto shop in Milton, Ont., at the time of the shooting
September 17, 2022

Student dies of injuries, becomes 3rd victim of shooting rampage west of Toronto

Another victim in Monday’s shooting at an auto body shop in Milton has died, Halton Regional Police said.
September 17, 2022

Legault not planning to release study on Quebec City-Lévis third link project

CAQ Leader François Legault says the study into the potential impact of the ‘third link’ crossing is outdated
September 17, 2022

Criticism vs. abuse: B.C. politicians say they're facing increased harassment

Municipal and provincial politicians say they face a growing wave of harassment in-person and online — that is keeping people from staying in office or seeking it in the first place.
September 17, 2022

Two bodies found near Penticton at scene of fire: RCMP

They say police were called in and investigators have since determined the deaths are suspicious.
September 17, 2022

NDP won’t bend any further on federal dental-care plan, Singh warns

In exchange for fulfilling its vision for dental care, among other priorities, the NDP agreed not to trigger an election before 2025
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