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.
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.
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.
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.