September 10, 2022

King Charles III proclaimed Canada’s new head of state in ceremony at Rideau Hall

The accession ceremony at Rideau Hall comes as the federal government prepares a series of events to commemorate the legacy of Queen Elizabeth II
September 10, 2022

Western Canada: In Queen Elizabeth’s passing, we see our own reflection

Members of the Hong Kong diaspora, a former B.C. premier and a Globe columnist reflect on the death of Queen Elizabeth. Their stories reveal as much about the diversity of Canadian experiences as they do about Britain’s longest-serving monarch.
September 10, 2022

Non-emergency patients asked to stay away from St. John's ERs due to 'unprecedented pressures'

In a statement, the health authority says both the Health Sciences Centre and St. Clare’s Mercy Hospital in St. John’s are dealing with 'unprecedented pressures resulting in long wait times for patients.'
September 10, 2022

Conservative Party of Canada to announce its next leader tonight

Expectations are high for veteran Conservative Pierre Poilievre, who ran a populist campaign in his bid to score the top prize
September 10, 2022

Toronto’s ravines are in a critical state, threatened by invasive species, climate change and intensive land development

Toronto’s ravine system makes up a significant part of the city’s green infrastructure, but they are threatened by invasive species, climate change and intensive land development
September 10, 2022

How Queen Elizabeth’s death affects Canada’s courts

Four provincial superior courts changed their names immediately to Court of King’s Bench upon the Queen’s death, which will require modest disruption and some costs
September 10, 2022

Brain-computer interface at Toronto children’s hospital tests the potential for mind melds with machines

Using a sensor headset, children are helping researchers fine-tune technology for turning signals in the brain into actions in the real world
September 10, 2022

The housing crisis in Canmore, Alta., is driving out doctors, families and development

Thousands of people in Alberta’s Bow Valley region are being left without a family doctor, in the latest side effect of a housing crisis that has priced out families
September 10, 2022

Olympic race walker Evan Dunfee hopes to take lessons of success on the track into local politics

Record-setting racewalker Evan Dunfee plans to run for Richmond City Council in this October’s election
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