May 15, 2023

Travel, tourism sectors set for major recovery this year – but business spending lags

Domestic tourism spending is expected to match pre-pandemic levels this year, but overseas visitors may not reach that peak until 2025, expert says
May 15, 2023

Montreal fire department had stopped investigating evacuation routes years before deadly fire

Moratorium on such safety probes ordered in 2018 memo obtained by The Globe and Mail
May 15, 2023

Canadian men's hockey team remains unbeaten at world championship

Jack Quinn scored the winning shootout goal as Canada edged Slovakia 2-1 Monday at the world hockey championship in Riga, Latvia.
May 15, 2023

Average Canadian house price rose to $716,000 in April — up by $100K since January

After plunging due to interest rate hikes throughout last year, the average price of a Canadian resale home has now increased for four months in a row, new numbers showed Monday.
May 15, 2023

Trudeau to visit Edmonton, meet with CAF personnel assisting with wildfires

About 300 members of the Canadian Armed Forces will be deployed across Alberta to help with the blazes
May 15, 2023

Several heat records broken over weekend as B.C. gripped by heat, fire, flood risk

In the Peace region, the regional district says there was ‘significant fire activity’ that necessitated evacuation orders and alerts
May 15, 2023

Ontario man set to appear in court for lethal powder case

Peel police say their investigation has revealed at least 1,200 packages were allegedly sent to 40 countries
May 15, 2023

Morning Update: Hot weather and wildfires persist in Alberta; Turkey’s election runoff

More than 19,000 people were under evacuation orders in Alberta, as more active fires were reported over the weekend
May 15, 2023

B.C. clinics struggle to keep up with demand for IUD insertions

Women used to have to pay an upfront fee of up to $400 for an IUD, but now it costs them nothing, prompting the high demand
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