September 13, 2023

Morning Update: Thousands dead or missing in Libya flooding as entire neighbourhoods swept out to sea

The flash floods were caused by Storm Daniel, a powerful, slow-moving storm system that dumped a record-breaking amount of rain on central Greece last week
September 13, 2023

Criminal cases in Ontario on verge of collapse owing to courthouse chaos

Chronic staffing issues and mould problems plaguing the ability of provincial courts to function
September 13, 2023

Slow-moving Hurricane Lee set to bring wind, rain to Maritimes

CBC Meteorologist Ryan Snoddon has the latest on the large-scale and slow-moving storm, which is set to track through the region this weekend.
September 13, 2023

Settlement finalized in $283M disabled veterans class action, but benefits policy changed

The first of thousands of injured Canadian military veterans are set to soon begin receiving disability payment top-ups under a $283-million class-action settlement. But policy changes mean no newly discharged members will be entitled to the extra benefits.
September 13, 2023

'Empty shelves with absolutely no books': Students, parents question school board's library weeding process

Several Peel District School Board students, parents and community members are concerned about a seemingly inconsistent approach to a new book weeding process intended to ensure school library books are inclusive, but that appears to have led some schools to remove thousands of books published in 2008 or earlier.
September 13, 2023

Rodeo culture still going strong in Saint-Tite, Que., as festival celebrates 55 years

Celebrating its 55th edition the Festival Western de Saint-Tite welcomes athletes and spectators from around the world and competitors describe it as a marquee event steeped in tradition.
September 13, 2023

When it's so hot inside, you use the balcony as a bedroom

The window is wide open and a large fan is blasting at full speed inside Bernadette Mamo’s living room, but there’s no reprieve — even at […]
September 13, 2023

Inside these homes, it's too hot for people to feel safe going to sleep

His apartment gets hot, but Gron says he can manage. When the afternoon sun beats in through the sliding glass door, which faces west, he puts […]
September 13, 2023

A grim report about climate change in Ontario was kept quiet for 8 months

A new report commissioned by Premier Doug Ford’s government warns that climate change poses high risks to Ontario, with impacts on everything from food production to infrastructure to businesses. 
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