May 20, 2023

One dead in Renfrew, Ont., shooting, police say suspect at large

Ontario Provincial Police are investigating a fatal shooting in the town of Renfrew, Ont., late Friday evening. A public safety warning issued this morning for the community west of Ottawa has been lifted.
May 20, 2023

He wasn't worried by the spot on his tongue. His dental hygienist thought it looked like cancer

A routine, semi-annual cleaning appointment at the dentist led to a life-saving discovery for Edmonton man Jonathan Teghtmeyer.
May 20, 2023

2022 was worst year on record for assaults on the TTC, Globe analysis shows

Safety concerns have risen after a series of high-profile incidents, including four people who were killed in altercations
May 20, 2023

Quebec illegally detained hundreds of people for days to months, documents show

At least 454 people were illegally detained in Quebec for one day or more between January, 2012, and March, 2022, records show
May 20, 2023

Toronto's expanded multiplex era is coming. But how much housing will it actually provide?

Housing advocates have welcomed Toronto's decision to allow construction of multiplexes, low-rise homes with multiple units, across city neighbourhoods. Yet questions remain as to how much new housing will actually emerge from this policy change and how affordable it will be.
May 20, 2023

High school theatre is back — and students are hungry to hit the stage

Auditoriums went dark and many productions were paused indefinitely or cancelled during the pandemic. A mostly regular school year has changed that. Staff and students eager to get on stage have returned in numbers rivalling pre-pandemic times.
May 20, 2023

'Forever chemicals' found in Canadians' blood samples: report

"Forever chemicals" are being found in the blood of Canadians — and even higher levels are being found in northern Indigenous communities — says a new report from the government of Canada.
May 20, 2023

Despite losing thousands of trees in derecho storm, Ottawa hasn't boosted planting stats

Some critics say the city isn't doing enough to get replacement trees in the ground a year after a derecho windstorm destroyed thousands of trees across Ottawa, and after Mayor Mark Sutcliffe campaigned on a promise to plant a million in his term.
May 20, 2023

Indigenous leaders in Saskatchewan call for full inquiry into death of toddler

Indigenous leader Bobby Cameron urges full inquiry into death of toddler
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