November 11, 2022

Canada is seeing an early rise in flu cases. Is a 'tidal wave' of infection coming?

Canada is on track to face its first full flu season in several years — one that’s starting earlier than usual, all while the country’s healthcare system is already grappling with respiratory infections like COVID-19 and RSV.
November 11, 2022

Who are the GTA developers set to benefit from Ford government's Greenbelt land swap?

Several well-established developers are among the owners of the 15 parcels of land the Ford government is proposing to open up for development in the protected Greenbelt in the Greater Toronto Area, a CBC Toronto analysis of dozens of land registry and corporate records has found.
November 11, 2022

'She didn't hesitate': The untold story behind a Black Canadian woman's wartime portrait

Thousands of people have seen it over the past 70-plus years: a dramatic oil portrait from 1946 of a Black Canadian woman in a military uniform, standing behind a canteen counter. But almost no one knows her story.
November 11, 2022

Remembrance Day brings 107-year-old veteran and great-grandson closer together

Nathan Donald and his great-grandfather, Burdett Sisler of Fort Erie, Ont., might be 100 years apart in age, but they've formed a close bond, and Remembrance Day has brought them closer together. For his YouTube channel, the seven-year-old interviewed Sisler about his service.
November 11, 2022

A 'daunting task' to identify Indigenous soldiers who fought in the Battle of Hong Kong

The Hong Kong Veterans Commemorative Association (HKVCA) has spent the last year trying to identify and recognize Indigenous veterans who fought in Canada’s first battle during the Second World War.
November 11, 2022

GO Transit workers say tentative deal with Metrolinx to end strike

GO Transit union says it has reached tentative deal to end Metrolinx strike
November 11, 2022

GO Transit workers, Metrolinx reach tentative deal, union says

GO Transit workers say they have reached a tentative deal with Metrolinx that ends their four-day strike.
November 11, 2022

Global detectives track key ransomware suspect to Canada

Lockbit hackers extorted multimillion payments from scores of corporations before Russian-Canadian was arrested this fall
November 11, 2022

Former OPP inspector pleads guilty in tow-truck corruption case

Highest-ranking officer in OPP corruption investigation pleads guilty to breach of trust
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