Canada

March 22, 2024

Family struggles to move mother across country to B.C. care home

The daughters of an assisted care patient in P.E.I. are running into roadblocks as they try to transfer their mother into B.C. subsidized care.
March 22, 2024

Fish harvesters reach deal with N.L. government to allow catch to be sold to outside buyers

The provincial government has committed to allowing fishermen to sell any species to any outside buyer, according to the Fish, Food & Allied Workers union.
March 22, 2024

Family sues Winnipeg care home operators after woman strangled by privacy curtain on her birthday

Two nurses are being investigated by Winnipeg police and a family is suing two private care-home operators after a 63-year-old woman with dementia died when she wrapped herself in a curtain and suffocated last year.
March 22, 2024

These Halifax students will compete to have the best Lego robot

A lego robotics program that encourages Black youth to get involved in science, technology, engineering and mathematics has a team going to California at the end of May. Students at Imoteph's Legacy Academy, a university-community partnership, will compete to have the best Lego robot with teams from nearly two dozen countries.
March 22, 2024

The PWHL this week: Ottawa back in playoff picture after busy trade deadline

Around the PWHL, Toronto keeps winning, while former Premier Hockey Federation MVP Mikyla Grant-Mentis gets a fresh start in Montreal.
March 22, 2024

Ghostbusters: Frozen Empire is bloated, nostalgic — and surprisingly good

The fifth installment in the live-action Ghostbusters franchise is overburdened with characters and callbacks — but still fun.
March 22, 2024

From AI dating to flirt coaches: How AI is changing dating, for better or worse

In the last year, a bunch of new AI-powered dating tools launched on app stores, but some researchers worry about how these services will impact people’s dating life.
March 22, 2024

Jeff Gustafson became the 1st Canadian to reel in Bassmaster Classic title. Can he do it twice in a row?

Jeff Gustafson of Kenora, Ont., turned a childhood obsession into a career. Last spring, he became the first Canadian to win the Bassmaster Classic and just the second non-American to win the tournament in its 53-year history. Now, he's aims to repeat the feat, in Tulsa, Okla., this weekend.
March 22, 2024

Albertans have lost at least $156M to fraud this decade. Many others don't report the crime

The money defrauded from Albertans has grown more than fivefold since 2020, while the number of victims has stayed relatively the same, data shows. Experts and stakeholders say technological advancements are the driving factor.
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