May 19, 2023

B.C. district postpones climate events, citing intimidation, safety, misinformation

The Regional District of Central Kootenay in southeast B.C. says the open houses were scheduled to take place from next week until July
May 19, 2023

Sprinting icon Donovan Bailey joins bid to buy Ottawa Senators

Donovan Bailey, the last Canadian man to win Olympic gold in the 100-metre dash, says he's joined the bid led by Los Angeles-based producer Neko Sparks and rapper Snoop Dogg to buy the NHL club.
May 19, 2023

Ford says Ontario will 'put more money on the table' to save Stellantis plant in Windsor

Premier Doug Ford says Ontario will spend more money to save Windsor's planned Stellantis electric vehicle (EV) battery plant, as the province and the federal government disagree on the status of the facility.
May 19, 2023

Top court sides with ex-teachers' union boss who described trustee's gender identity comments as hateful

The Supreme Court of Canada has sided with a lower B.C. court in dismissing a defamation suit brought in 2018 by a then Chilliwack school board trustee against a former teachers' union leader, who described comments made by the trustee as bigoted, transphobic and hateful.
May 19, 2023

Hay River MLA urges holdouts in his community to leave, saying wildfire is putting lives at risk

R.J. Simpson, the MLA for Hay River North, said wind was forecast to push toward the community Friday evening. He's urging people to leave Hay River, N.W.T., and said work has been done to make the evacuation centre more welcoming for evacuees.
May 19, 2023

Video: OPP honours fallen officer at Ottawa funeral

Police officers, dignitaries, family and friends paid tribute to Ontario Provincial Police Sgt. Eric Mueller at the 10th funeral for a police officer killed on the […]
May 19, 2023

Video: Ontario moves to break up Peel Region

Ontario has filed for a municipal divorce of sorts with legislation to break up Peel Region, and while the mayors of its two biggest cities welcomed […]
May 19, 2023

Princess Anne to visit Canada’s oldest regiment in New Brunswick this weekend

On this visit she is scheduled to take part in events from Friday through Sunday in Moncton and Sussex
May 19, 2023

Parks Canada plans major rewrite of more than 200 historic site plaques

Cast in bronze or lettered on a sign, they’re sometimes the only history lesson many of us ever get. And now Parks Canada wants hundreds of them changed
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