September 8, 2022

In photos: Queen Elizabeth through the years

A look back at the longest-reigning monarch in British history, Elizabeth Alexandra Mary.
September 8, 2022

Ontario passes 'strong mayor' legislation, giving Toronto, Ottawa mayors veto power

Ontario's legislature has passed a bill to give the leaders of Toronto and Ottawa so-called strong mayor powers, which the Progressive Conservative government has pitched as a way to get housing built more quickly.
September 8, 2022

UCP leadership candidates unite to take aim at Danielle Smith's Alberta Sovereignty Act

Four United Conservative Party leadership candidates gathered at the The Westin Hotel in downtown Calgary on Thursday morning to take aim at the perceived frontrunner in the race, Danielle Smith, and her flagship policy.
September 8, 2022

Canada agrees to resettle Afghans held in UAE facility, sources say

Ottawa agrees to a resettle some of the 5,000 Afghans still in an Abu Dhabi facility. More than 10,000 have since been relocated from there to the U.S.
September 8, 2022

'We all have to come together,' says James Smith Cree Nation chief after stabbing tragedy

James Smith Cree Nation's chief and other Saskatchewan First Nations leaders consoled a shattered community and families of victims on Thursday, the day after the man accused of a stabbing rampage was captured and then died.
September 8, 2022

Woman mistakenly declared dead by Service Canada for almost a year demands answers

An Ontario woman who was mistakenly declared dead by Service Canada is demanding answers. Teresa Shum said she found out about the error in February and spent months on the phone and making trips to Service Canada to get it fixed. She wants to know how this happened and why it took so long to correct.
September 8, 2022

Every death is personal on the frontlines of Yukon's opioid crisis

In the first three months of 2022, the Yukon’s chief coroner said the territory’s substance use death rate was 74.4 per 100,000 — over three times the national average and well ahead of British Columbia, the province with the second-highest total at 45.3 deaths.
September 8, 2022

The Woman King, The Whale, Women Talking: Our top 10 most anticipated TIFF titles

CBC News has compiled ten of the buzziest, most novel and exciting productions we're waiting to see. 
September 8, 2022

This former Windsor firefighter lost her job for not disclosing her vaccine status

She's part of a lawsuit against the City of Windsor over its vaccine policy.
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