News: Canada

Why it's wrong to ignore Doug Ford: Hepburn

Thursday  20:43,   21 september 2017
Toronto Star

Why it's wrong to ignore Doug Ford: Hepburn There are few things Doug Ford loves more than the sound of his own[...]

Wanted: GTA families in need of daycare cash

Thursday  20:36,   21 september 2017
Metro News

Wanted: GTA families in need of daycare cash Two GTA municipalities have a child-care problem on their hands, but not the one that normally comes to mind in the world of daycare woes.The region’s of York and Peel say they have no one on their[...]

Jack Mollard, pioneering Sask. geologist, dead at 93

Thursday  20:21,   21 september 2017
Leader Post

Jack Mollard, pioneering Sask. geologist, dead at 93Jack Mollard’s last words to his wife Mary Jean were, “You look so beautiful and I love[...]

LIVE VIDEO: Prime Minister Justin Trudeau address the UN

Thursday  20:06,   21 september 2017
Reuters

LIVE VIDEO: Prime Minister Justin Trudeau address the[...]

Trudeau’s banana republic approach to Bombardier and Boeing

Thursday  19:36,   21 september 2017
Maclean's

Trudeau’s threat to ban Boeing from federal contracts unless it drops a trade complaint against Bombardier was like something out of[...]

Maxi store murder: 'I thought she was going pull a gun,' Tshilumba says of victim

Thursday  19:24,   21 september 2017
The Gazette

Maxi store murder: 'I thought she was going pull a gun,' Tshilumba says of victimRandy Tshilumba was delusional when he killed Clémence Beaulieu-Patry while she was working at her job in a Maxi supermarket, the accused’s lawyer told the jury [...]

Marijuana economics: predicting Ontario's legal pot market

Thursday  19:23,   21 september 2017
CBC

Marijuana economics: predicting Ontario's legal pot[...]

David Johnston: Thank you for ‘extraordinary, humbling experience’

Thursday  19:23,   21 september 2017
Maclean's

David Johnston: Thank you for ‘extraordinary, humbling[...]

City tests surveillance cameras to discourage illegal dumping

Thursday  19:22,   21 september 2017
Windsor Star

City tests surveillance cameras to discourage illegal dumpingCurrently, various cameras are being tested, with an eye on spending about $50,000 toward the surveillance program, the city’s manager of environmental services, Anne-Marie Albidone, said[...]

McKenna hopes ‘climate Barbie’ furor brings change in behaviour

Thursday  19:22,   21 september 2017
Maclean's

McKenna hopes ‘climate Barbie’ furor brings change in[...]

Surveillance video shows man entering restaurant with intent to kill Toronto realtor

Thursday  18:00,   21 september 2017
Metro News

Surveillance video shows man entering restaurant with intent to kill Toronto realtor In the surveillance video, the black male of medium build, approximately 5-foot-7 to 5-foot-11, is seen walking down the stairs of the Toronto restaurant. He[...]

Man pistol-whipped, assaulted with hammer in downtown home invasion

Thursday  18:00,   21 september 2017
Toronto Star

Man pistol-whipped, assaulted with hammer in downtown home invasionPolice were called to the home — likely an apartment or condo, said Const. Jenifferjit Sidhu — near Blue Jays Way and King St. at about 3 a.m. for reports of a home invasion and[...]

SIU investigating after crash involving taxi cab and Peel Police cruiser

Thursday  16:05,   21 september 2017
Toronto Star

SIU investigating after crash involving taxi cab and Peel Police cruiserBoth the cruiser and the taxi entered the intersection of Bovaird Dr. and Bramalea Rd. at the same time, said SIU spokesperson Jason Gennaro. A 30-year-old man — a passenger in[...]

Lynn Beyak removed from all Senate committees

Thursday  14:51,   21 september 2017
CBC

Sen. Lynn Beyak has been removed from all Senate committees, a week after a series of controversial remarks about First Nations people came to light. Chairs of the Red Chamber's agriculture, transport and defence committees confirmed to CBC News[...]

Cullen not worried about Singh's lack of seat

Thursday  14:36,   21 september 2017
MSN

Cullen not worried about Singh's lack of seatCullen, who himself ran against Mulcair in 2012, said Wednesday he is confident the existing team of 44 MPs in the House — including the three MPs running for leader — can hold the Liberal government[...]