Canada

September 26, 2022

Canadian Food Inspection Agency raises alarm as spotted lanternfly pest nears border

CFIA asks Canadians to keep an eye out for an invasive small grey-and-red insect with spotted wings that could cause disaster for the country’s wineries and fruit growers
September 26, 2022

Racism against Indigenous people entrenched in health care, Manitoba CEO admits while vowing to eradicate it

The head of northern Manitoba's health-care system is apologizing for historic and continuing racism against Indigenous people seeking medical care, and promising change.
September 26, 2022

Maverick MP John Reid was a champion of government transparency

Known for his high principles, he left his greatest mark by co-producing a report that eventually led to passage of the Access to Information Act, and later served as Canada’s information commissioner
September 26, 2022

Suspect to face murder, arson charges after triple homicide near Montreal

A 38-year-old woman and her two young children were declared dead in hospital after being found inside a burning apartment in Brossard, Que., on Montreal’s South Shore
September 26, 2022

Calgary Parking investigation reveals more than 145,000 customers exposed during data breach

An investigation conducted by the Calgary Parking Authority, the city-owned agency that reports to council, has revealed that the personal information of 145,895 customers was exposed for more than two months last year.
September 26, 2022

N.S. family thankful after 4-year-old survives night in woods in Fiona aftermath

Grady MacKinnon wandered off while his family was outside cleaning up after the storm in Springville, N.S., on Saturday afternoon.
September 26, 2022

Video: Fiona leaves a trail of economic devastation in its wake

September 26, 2022

Advanced voting in Quebec almost doubles compared with 2018 election

About 13 per cent of Quebec’s eligible voters cast ballots on the first of two advanced polling days, up from about seven per cent in the 2018 election
September 26, 2022

Lou Marsh Trophy to be renamed over concerns about racist language in his work

The Lou Marsh Trophy, handed to the country's top athlete annually since 1936, is getting a new name. Questions have been raised in recent years over whether the honour should be renamed because of some of the racist language used in Marsh's writing.
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