September 2, 2023

RCMP continue search for 'dangerous' man with sword in Seacow Pond area, alert for residents lifted

RCMP in Prince Edward Island are searching for a "dangerous" male suspect who injured another person with a sword Friday night, but have lifted an alert for residents of the Seacow Pond area to shelter in place.
September 2, 2023

Sex charges stayed against former cadet major after defence requests counselling records

An Ontario judge stayed sexual assault charges Friday against a former cadet major after the alleged victim decided to walk away from the case over an “expansive” request by the defence to obtain records that included her counsellor’s files.
September 2, 2023

Auditor-General Bonnie Lysyk ends 10-year term with Greenbelt report: ‘It happened in a wrong way’

Ontario’s Auditor-General, whose term ends Sunday, views the role as holding governments to account and calling for more transparency and oversight of decision-making
September 1, 2023

Residents of Yellowknife, Ndilǫ and Dettah can return home on Sept. 6 following wildfire evacuations

Residents from Yellowknife, Ndilǫ, Dettah and the Ingraham Trail will be able to go home on Sept. 6, three weeks after the territory issued an evacuation order due to an approaching wildfire. The evacuation of about 22,000 people from these communities was ordered on Aug. 16.
September 1, 2023

Terry Fox was offered a free car if he let Mr. Peanut run with him, new book reveals

Author Bill Vigars's book Terry & Me: The Inside Story of the Marathon of Hope, was released on Aug. 29. The book, which includes anecdotes never heard before, aims to bring Terry Fox alive to readers, according to the author.
September 1, 2023

A walk through Vancouver’s two worlds

Nowhere in Canada is the gulf between privileged and deprived so stark as between the Gastown and East Hastings neighbourhoods
September 1, 2023

Alleged Victoria Ponzi schemer ordered into personal bankruptcy

Bankruptcy order will clear the way for 1,200 cheated investors to recover a small fraction of the $226 million they are owed by disgraced mortgage broker Greg Martel.
September 1, 2023

Food waste is a problem in Sask.; a new app could help change that

Saskatchewan produced the third most food waste among provinces in 2020. A new food waste app could help reduce the impact on the environment.
September 1, 2023

Raymond Cho, Ontario’s oldest cabinet minister, has no plans to slow down

Ontario’s Minister for Seniors and Accessibility has been involved in politics in Toronto, and at the provincial levels for more than three decades
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