Canada

September 12, 2022

Canada to be ‘prominent’ at Queen’s lying in state and funeral: diplomat

Canada’s High Commissioner to the United Kingdom says members of the Canadian delegation have already started to arrive to manage logistics, with RCMP and armed forces personnel expected to land in the next two days
September 12, 2022

Legault to campaign in hotly contested ridings in Montreal and Laval

Quebec party leaders spreading across the province as campaign nears the midway point with the first televised French language debate on TVA to be held Thursday
September 12, 2022

Western University students complete training on sexual violence prevention as condition of acceptance

New training on sexual violence prevention at Western University set a different tone for Orientation week after allegations of sexual assaults rocked the campus a year ago
September 12, 2022

B.C. woman who suffered stroke waited over an hour for an ambulance. Now she's partially paralyzed

The family of a woman who was left paralyzed after suffering a stroke is asking for answers as to why she waited more than an hour for an ambulance to take her to the hospital.
September 12, 2022

Heavy downpour overflowing riverbanks, flooding streets in St. John's area

Rainfall warnings remain in place for much of the Avalon Peninsula on Monday as a result of post-tropical storm Earl, as rivers overflow causing flooding and blocking traffic in some areas of St. John's. 
September 12, 2022

Morning Update: Ukraine forces push further in Kharkiv region as Russia scatters in chaotic retreat

Towns and cities that had been centres of Moscow’s control are back under blue-and-yellow Ukrainian flag
September 12, 2022

Mom who went to Manitoba ER for postpartum depression help told she had 'nothing to be depressed about'

A Manitoba mother with postpartum depression says she was dismissed by an emergency room physician last month when she sought help after having suicidal thoughts.
September 12, 2022

Gimli, Man., rallies together to put on picture-perfect wedding for Ukrainian newcomers

A rural Manitoba town banded together to help two Ukrainian newcomers get married as they settle into their life in Canada.
September 12, 2022

Former N.S. justice minister says he left RCMP after force refused to adopt Alert Ready

Former Nova Scotia justice minister Mark Furey has told the Mass Casualty Commission he encountered "strong opposition" to a proposal to use a public alerting system in 2012, and that opposition played a key role in his decision to leave the force.
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