March 17, 2023

St. John's is on ice: See the city's harbour packed with sea ice for the first time in 6 years

According to the Canadian Coast Guard, Wednesday was the first time icebreaker vessels had to work in the Narrows since March 31, 2017.
March 17, 2023

Trudeau calls David Johnston 'unimpeachable' as Conservatives attack his impartiality

Prime Minister Justin Trudeau defended his choice of former governor general David Johnston as special election rapporteur Friday, arguing that Conservative attacks on him show the party is more interested in creating chaos than tackling foreign election interference.
March 17, 2023

3 people dead after stabbings in Montreal, suspect in custody, police say

Three people are dead following stabbings in Montreal's Rosemont neighbourhood and a suspect is in custody. All four people involved in the incident are related, sources have told Radio-Canada.
March 17, 2023

Fatal shooting in Prince George, B.C., as RCMP respond to distraught man

The RCMP says the force has notified the independent B.C. office that investigates all cases of police-involved death or serious injury
March 17, 2023

As self-styled spiritual leader John de Ruiter’s followers buy land in rural Alberta, uneasy locals ask why

Followers of a man now facing multiple counts of sexual assault are buying property around Fort Assiniboine, Alta. Uneasy locals are asking why they’re moving in, and what comes next
March 17, 2023

Internal documents show what RCMP considered 'lessons learned' from Freedom Convoy

After policing the Freedom Convoy, the RCMP came away with lessons learned, newly released documents show — including the need to better prepare for the potential targeting of emergency phone lines.
March 17, 2023

The moment a driver saved another's rooftop coffee

A Toronto man jumps into action to save another man’s coffee forgotten on the roof of a car.
March 17, 2023

Morning Update: Vancouver Mayor Ken Sim irate over CSIS reports on China election interference

The Canadian-born Sim is the first person of Chinese descent to become mayor of Vancouver
March 17, 2023

Broken promises from Ontario colleges take a toll on mental health, international students say

Some international students say arriving in a new country with less-than-perfect English, and dealing with a heavy workload and employers not willing to hire after graduation are just some of their stresses. But Ontario's colleges have agreed to a new set of rules to protect them from recruiters making lofty promises.
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