May 22, 2023

B.C. Holocaust survivor shares stories of harrowing history — and hope — in 2023 memoir

Marie Doduck, author of A Childhood Unspoken, spent years hiding from the Nazis until she was sent to Canada to start a new life. To mark Canadian Jewish Heritage Month, Doduck shared fascinating snippets of her life story with CBC's The Early Edition.
May 22, 2023

Nearly half of new nurses registered in Ontario trained abroad

Provinces are steadily removing language and credential assessment barriers that historically kept many foreign-trained nurses from working here
May 22, 2023

Federal judge vacancies lead to delayed prosecutions as courts deal with pandemic backlog

The lack of judges isn’t the only factor weighing down courts, but it’s an extra burden at a time when courts are dealing with a large backlog from the pandemic
May 22, 2023

Oshawa’s residents, city officials debate the ‘magnet effect’

Some in the Ontario city just east of Toronto say putting so many services in one place worsens urban disorder
May 22, 2023

Roadside zoo season is set to begin in Ontario and advocates say it's time to shore up animal welfare laws

Animal rights advocates and municipal associations are calling on the Ontario government to shore up animal welfare laws with roadside zoo season set to begin. 
May 22, 2023

This Canadian is on a mission to get Britain to fall in love with Montreal bagels

To Sacha Jeffay, Montreal bagels are more than a circular piece of bread with a hole in the middle — they're a form of connection. A connection she wishes to bring to the U.K.
May 22, 2023

CRA demands payment on scammed federal benefits — from the victim whose account was hacked

Three years after his account with the Canada Revenue Agency was hacked, and his social insurance number was stolen, a Toronto man says he's been left on his own to clear his name. Fraudsters have since applied for $40,000 in federal benefits in his name — and the CRA says he has to pay up.
May 22, 2023

Canada's got a drinking problem — and one senator says Ottawa needs to step up

Alcohol is the leading cause of preventable death and disease in Canada. Critics say the government isn't doing enough to curb abuse.
May 22, 2023

Farmers say Bill 97 imperils 'the future of agriculture' in Ontario

New provincial legislation that would loosen farmland protection is getting a cold reception from Ontario farming groups, which are urging the government to abandon proposed changes that would see more homes built on prime farmland.
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