May 13, 2023

Quebec justice minister under scrutiny for appointing friend to become a judge

Quebec Justice Minister Simon Jolin-Barrette says he didn't break any rules in naming a friend of his as a Quebec court judge.
May 13, 2023

Troops fan out across Alberta as province prepares for challenging battle against wildfires

Soldiers from 3rd Battalion, Princess Patricia's Canadian Light Infantry and 1 Combat Engineer Regiment are now working alongside roughly 2,000 firefighters battling fires across the province. Army reserve soldiers from across Alberta also deployed this week.
May 13, 2023

Funerals to be held for Quebec firefighters who died during floods in Charlevoix region

The two men were swept away by floodwaters on May 1 during a rescue mission in St-Urbain, Que., northeast of Quebec City
May 13, 2023

Windsor mayor calls out Ottawa after Stellantis accuses feds of failing on plant deal

Stellantis says the federal government has not delivered on an agreement with the automaker and South Korean battery-maker LG Energy Solution to build a battery plant in the Ontario city
May 13, 2023

Indian cops hunt suspects in border crossing deaths of family to U.S. from Akwesasne

Indian police allege the men were involved in running immigration firms that are used by people to enter countries with fake documents
May 13, 2023

Government and Stellantis playing 'high-stakes game' with Windsor EV battery plant: Unifor

"Come hell or high water, no promised manufacturing jobs are leaving this country," the union says amid word of struggling negotiations.
May 13, 2023

Celebrated Last Spike photo appears to feature only white men, but historians believe Wing Chung was there

Wing Chung achieved remarkable success as an entrepreneur in Revelstoke, B.C., after arriving in Canada to help build the Canadian Pacific Railway.
May 13, 2023

Albertans lend a helping hand to thousands displaced by wildfire

A provincial state of emergency remained in effect on Friday night as 78 active wildfires burned across Alberta, 22 of which were out of control
May 13, 2023

Here's why this B.C. heat wave isn't a heat dome

With temperatures soaring to more than 30 C in parts of the province this weekend, some B.C. residents may be wondering why they're not hearing the term 'heat dome' as they did in 2021.
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