Canada

September 7, 2022

'My boy, turn yourself in,' says mother of fugitive suspected in Sask. mass killing

The parents of a fugitive suspected of a mass killing in Saskatchewan are speaking out.
September 7, 2022

B.C. caps rent, boosts benefits for families as cost of living goes up

Premier John Horgan said B.C. is capping rent increases at two per cent for 2023 instead of the rate of inflation, and planned support measures will offer families a cushion during challenging times
September 7, 2022

RCMP issue emergency alert in Wakaw area of Saskatchewan after possible stabbing suspect sighting

The alert was issued after reports of a man with a knife driving a stolen vehicle. The alert says RCMP believe the person may be Myles Sanderson.
September 7, 2022

Evening Update: Remembering the lives lost in Saskatchewan mass stabbings; woman killed remembered as ‘hero’ and ‘true matriarch’

Also: Bank of Canada delivers 0.75-percentage-point rate hike, pushing policy into restrictive territory
September 7, 2022

Omicron booster available in Quebec starting Thursday, not recommended for under 30

Moderna’s COVID-19 vaccines are not recommended for people under 30 because they present a higher risk of myocarditis – inflammation of the heart muscle – than the Pfizer shot
September 7, 2022

Ukrainian Canadian Congress wants permit revoked as Russian turbine hearings continue

The permit granted Siemens Canada an exemption to sanctions against Russia for two years starting in early July and would allow the company to import and repair up to five more turbines as per their maintenance schedule
September 7, 2022

CAQ Leader François Legault sorry for English content on his party’s website

Coalition Avenir Québec had published an English version of a document detailing its accomplishments during its four years in government
September 7, 2022

RCMP resistant to change, former Mountie tells N.S. shooting inquiry

Cal Corley says the federal police force has long resisted outside advice because of its deep-rooted paramilitary culture, a lack of diverse views and a dearth of ‘transformational leadership’
September 7, 2022

Bonnie and Gregory Burns put community and family first

During an emotional news conference on Wednesday, Saskatoon Tribal Council Chief Mark Arcand revealed that his sister, Bonnie Burns, 48, and his 28-year-old nephew, Gregory Burns, […]
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