Canada

September 5, 2022

University students contemplate third jobs, relying on food banks amid high inflation

Postsecondary students are dealing with some of the highest rates of inflation in decades while also looking for housing as rental costs in many Canadian cities increase dramatically after the peak of the pandemic
September 5, 2022

Girls’ longboarding groups host ninth annual event

The Longboard Girls Crew of Canada and Toronto Girls Longboarding hosted their ninth annual ‘For Us By Us’ day on Labour Day at Christie Pits Park in Toronto
September 5, 2022

Two workers injured in N.L. refinery explosion have been released from hospital

In a statement Monday afternoon the company said that it has stopped construction work at the refinery 150 kilometres west of St. John’s until Sept. 12
September 5, 2022

Support pours in for communities affected by Sask. mass stabbing attack

Counselors, community organizations and politicians across Canada are showing support for the communities affected by Sunday’s mass stabbing attack
September 5, 2022

Saskatchewan RCMP issue provincewide alert for shooting on First Nation unrelated to stabbing

RCMP say there are reports of a shooting on the Witchekan Lake First Nation
September 5, 2022

Health-care labour shortage a long time coming, requires shift to team-based care

Hospitals across the country have taken drastic measures to cope with the staff shortages, including temporarily closing emergency departments
September 5, 2022

Iqaluit water issues a matter of Arctic security, Nunavut MP Lori Idlout says

Nunavut’s capital was able to avert a water-shortage crisis last week, but the member of Parliament for the territory says infrastructure in the North is an issue of Arctic security
September 5, 2022

Toronto Labour Day parade highlights how Gen Z is revitalizing the workers' movement

Union leaders praised the newest generation of Canadians to enter the workforce on Labour Day Monday, saying the youthful cohort's priorities — combined with changing standards ushered in by the COVID-19 pandemic — are doing much to revitalize the country's labour movement.
September 5, 2022

Provincewide dangerous persons alert issued in Sask. after shots fired on Witchekan Lake First Nation

A dangerous persons alert that was previously provincewide is now focused on Witchekan Lake First Nation, where police say shots were fired Monday.
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