May 12, 2023

Morning Update: CSIS had kept tabs on expelled Chinese diplomat for three years

Also: Ottawa creates safe sport compliance office to monitor national organizations
May 12, 2023

First Nations chiefs blast N.B. premier over report he is prepared to frack without their consent

Mi'kmaw and Wolastoqey communities in New Brunswick are slamming comments reportably made by Premier Blaine Higgs that he's prepared to go ahead with fracking without their approval.
May 12, 2023

Health-care tower part of $550M makeover slated for downtown Winnipeg mall

A 15-storey health-care tower with a primary-care clinic, an after-hours walk-in clinic and a satellite facility for the Pan Am Clinic are part of a roughly $550-million plan to redevelop downtown Winnipeg's Portage Place mall.
May 12, 2023

I am a good mom — not a perfect mom. That's OK

For Mother's Day, Saskatoon musician Farideh Olsen wants to remind moms to be kind to themselves and realize that they're probably doing a better job parenting than they think.
May 12, 2023

The political brawl over 'woke' is about everything and nothing

What does "woke" mean when politicians use the word? What does it mean to the average voter? A new poll offers some intriguing observations about the haziest word in the modern political lexicon.
May 12, 2023

Nursing agencies are staffing hospitals at 'huge cost' to health-care system, experts say

Burned-out nurses who've left Canada's healthcare industry in droves are now returning to the job through private agencies, and that transition is costing the public system millions of dollars every year.
May 12, 2023

Monarchist group blasts the Governor General for commenting on King Charles's unpopularity

Canadian monarchists have sent a strongly worded letter to Gov. Gen. Mary Simon chastising her for suggesting recently that there may need to be "conversations" about a future without the royals — and taking note of King Charles's unpopularity.
May 12, 2023

London, Ont.'s first magic mushroom store could test the limits of authorities' tolerance

A chain of illegal magic mushroom dispensaries in Ontario is expanding to London, after other locations in the province were raided, in a move that is also expected to test the limits of what law enforcement in the city will tolerate.
May 12, 2023

What this weekend's heat means for Alberta's wildfires

After a lull in the warm weather, hot conditions are building back into Alberta. We take a look at what that will mean for the fire season, and what we can expect this year.
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