September 3, 2023

Canada loses senior women’s VCC semifinal to Dominican Republic

Canada’s undefeated streak at the NORCECA senior women’s Volleyball Continental Championship came to an end Saturday night against Dominican Republic
September 3, 2023

Climate change, trade ties top agenda as Trudeau attends summits in Asia

This G20 summit for Trudeau will be about finding balance between advocating for human rights issues, climate change and focusing on the economy and developing diverse trade relationships
September 3, 2023

New detectors are sniffing out teen vape-users in these northern Alberta schools

Vape detectors are helping school administrators in Peace River crack down on nicotine-addicted teens who are cutting out of class to vape, often in school washrooms.
September 3, 2023

Evacuations ordered in BC Interior due to Wells Creek wildfire

The wildfire is currently listed as out of control and is blazing across 79 square kilometres
September 3, 2023

Loved ones, first responders mark 25th anniversary of Swissair Flight 111 crash

Nova Scotia Ceremony being held at Peggys Cove memorial to honour 229 passengers who died in 1998 crash. Social Sharing Ceremony being held at Peggys Cove […]
September 3, 2023

Saturday night shooting leaves 2 dead, 6 injured in south Ottawa

The victims were "attending a wedding" at a convention centre on Gibford Drive. Police called the violence "tragic and unacceptable."
September 3, 2023

2 dead, 6 injured in shooting at Ottawa wedding reception

Ottawa police are investigating a shooting Saturday night outside a convention centre in the city's south end that left two Toronto men dead and injured six others.
September 3, 2023

Families awaiting deportation face emotional roller-coaster that can lead to 'chronic stress'

Over the summer, things have been changing for the better for Sarah Alsaleh.  The newlywed received permanent resident status in August. She’s also expecting again following two miscarriages […]
September 3, 2023

After strike kept this Montreal cemetery closed for months, families can finally bury their loved ones

The families who waited months for a labour dispute to be resolved before burying their loved ones say they feel a sense of relief, but the strangeness of grieving a relative's death for a second time
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