September 15, 2023

Arop 'hungrier than ever' to become Canada's 1st Diamond League champion since 2011

World champion Marco Arop is ready to achieve another season goal this weekend joining Sarah Mitton, Aaron Brown and Andre De Grasse in pursuit of becoming Canada's first Diamond League champion since 2011.
September 15, 2023

Alberta premier orders review of shared kitchens in Calgary as hundreds of kids sick with E. coli

Alberta Premier Danielle Smith said a central kitchen believed to be linked to an E. coli outbreak in Calgary that has made hundreds of children sick has been closed indefinitely, and said she has ordered a review of all shared kitchens in the city. 
September 15, 2023

Policy gaps contributed to deadly gondola crash at Quebec’s Tremblant ski resort

The mountain-access policy submitted by the operator of the Quebec resort was missing elements, labour inspector says in report
September 15, 2023

Saint John lifts shelter-in-place notice as fire at metal recycling plant brought under control

A pile of scrap metal was still burning Friday morning at the American Iron and Metal recycling plant on the Saint John waterfront, but the fire that sent clouds of hazardous smoke over the city the day before is under control.  
September 15, 2023

Northern Ontario doctors face ‘hidden crisis’ of emotional distress amid staffing shortages

Rural doctors working overtime to keep emergency rooms open over maintaining family practices are experiencing ‘moral injury’ about patients’ care
September 15, 2023

Policy gaps contributed to deadly gondola crash at Mont-Tremblant resort: Quebec labour board

A Canadian soldier, Sgt. Sheldon Johnson, 50, of Kingston, Ont., died in the collision, and Gadong-Gleyo, a woman in her 50s from Ottawa, was severely injured after they were thrown from a sightseeing gondola that was struck by the mast of a drill rig on July 16.
September 15, 2023

Contract talks held up RCMP team’s response to mass stabbing in Saskatchewan, e-mails show

Documents obtained under freedom of information laws show the specialized team was initially offered to help as Mounties responded to the stabbing attacks on the James Smith Cree Nation and in a nearby village
September 15, 2023

Morning Update: Trudeau announces measures to spur new housing, curb cost of living

Ottawa immediately cuts sales tax on rental construction, calls on provinces to do the same
September 15, 2023

How can Alberta prevent future E. coli outbreaks? Politicians promise answers as experts weigh in

As the magnitude of a Calgary daycare-related E. coli outbreak becomes clear, questions are being raised about what went wrong, calls are emerging for increased food safety surveillance and Alberta's health minister is vowing to get to the bottom of it.
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