Canada

July 24, 2022

Pride in Canada's military has eroded over the past year: report

Canadians have a high opinion of their military but recent sexual misconduct scandals in the Canadian Armed Forces (CAF) have damaged its reputation, says a new report commissioned by the Department of National Defence.
July 24, 2022

Ontario farmers say Canada's fertilizer tariff punishes them for Russia's war

As the federal government continues its efforts to punish Russia economically for its invasion of Ukraine, Ontario agriculture groups and representatives of Canada's fertilizer sector are warning that cash crop farmers and consumers are the ones bearing the cost.
July 24, 2022

'This is my church': Residential school survivor skipping papal visit to walk in ancestors' footsteps

When Pope Francis addresses residential school survivors in Maskwacis, Alberta on Monday, one survivor won't be in the audience or watching it on a screen.
July 24, 2022

Canada wins gold in men's 4x100m relay at World Athletics Championships

Canada's Aaron Brown, Jerome Blake, Brendon Rodney and Andre De Grasse ran the race of their lives in the men's 4x100-metre relay to win gold for Canada in a national record time of 37.48 seconds at the World Athletics Championships on Saturday night.
July 24, 2022

Pictures of suspected accomplices in Rabih Alkhalil escape were stock images, RCMP say

As the manhunt continues for Rabih "Robby" Alkhalil, who escaped from the North Fraser Pretrial Centre in Port Coquitlam, B.C., on Thursday, police say images they released of his suspected accomplices are stock photos.
July 24, 2022

RCMP says photos released of suspects in inmate escape plot were stock images

The RCMP says images it released of two men who allegedly helped an accused murderer escape custody in B.C. were stock images, not photos of the suspects.
July 23, 2022

RCMP say body found in fire after man barricades himself in Manitoba home

A body has been found in a home that burned after Manitoba RCMP officers exchanged gunfire with a suspect who then barricaded himself inside.
July 23, 2022

United Church elects Carmen Lansdowne as 1st Indigenous woman to lead a religious denomination in Canada

A minister in Vancouver's Downtown Eastside has become the first Indigenous woman to lead a Canadian religious denomination.
July 23, 2022

Players from 2003 World Juniors hockey team deny knowledge of alleged sex assault

While retired NHLer Jordin Tootoo said he didn’t know about the incident, an excerpt from his 2014 memoir details the team’s sexual behaviour
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