News: Canada

Is Bill Morneau up to the job?: Editorial

Friday  01:31,   20 october 2017
Toronto Star

Is Bill Morneau up to the job?: EditorialEditor’s note: The opinions in this article are the author’s, as published by our content partner, and do not necessarily represent the views of MSN or[...]

Judge reserves decision in hostage trial

Friday  01:31,   20 october 2017
MSN

Judge reserves decision in hostage trialJustice Robert Smith reserved judgment Thursday after closing arguments in the 10-day trial of Ali Omar Ader, and is not expected to rule for several[...]

At least Bill Morneau tried tax reform: Walkom

Friday  00:31,   20 october 2017
Toronto Star

At least Bill Morneau tried tax reform:[...]

Opportunities in a post-NAFTA world: Broadbent

Friday  00:31,   20 october 2017
Toronto Star

Opportunities in a post-NAFTA world:[...]

TIFF left grappling with Harvey Weinstein’s legacy

Friday  00:31,   20 october 2017
Toronto Star

TIFF left grappling with Harvey Weinstein’s legacyHe’s one of many beaming big shots in the second floor hall-of-fame corridor documenting decades of industry power at the Toronto International Film[...]

Bodies removed from B.C. arena after ammonia leak

Thursday  23:52,   19 october 2017
MSN

Bodies removed from B.C. arena after ammonia leakNorm McInnis, chief administrative officer with the City of Fernie, said an alarm went off at the local around 4 a.m. Tuesday, prompting the municipality to shut down the rink and call in a specialist [...]

Quebec's face-covering ban puts province in world headlines

Thursday  23:26,   19 october 2017
The Gazette

The new law is being compared to U.S. President Donald Trump's travel ban, with others suggesting it will exacerbate Islamaphobia. In the Washington Times, a writer suggested the Quebec law goes further than Trump’s.“President Donald Trump may[...]

Exclusive: New data shows race disparities in Canada's bail system

Thursday  22:12,   19 october 2017
Reuters

By Anna Mehler[...]

Police name suspect after blind woman robbed

Thursday  21:57,   19 october 2017
Toronto Star

Police name suspect after blind woman robbedThe 49-year-old victim, who is “completely visually impaired,” was travelling on a bus from Sudbury to Toronto when she met another woman, Insp. Colin Greenaway told a news conference[...]

Apartments evacuated in Dartmouth building after threats made, gun spotted

Thursday  21:57,   19 october 2017
Metro News

Apartments evacuated in Dartmouth building after threats made, gun spottedTwo people are facing charges after a disruption at a Dartmouth apartment resulted in police evacuating some of the[...]

Quebec bans police officers from wearing clown, camouflage pants

Thursday  20:32,   19 october 2017
The Gazette

Here's hoping you enjoyed Montreal's three years of clown pants, because it won't be happening again.The National Assembly has passed a bill prohibiting police officers from wearing non-uniform clothing items while on[...]

Quebec bans police officers from wearing clown, camouflage pants

Thursday  20:31,   19 october 2017
The Gazette

Here's hoping you enjoyed Montreal's three years of clown pants, because it won't be happening again.The National Assembly has passed a bill prohibiting police officers from wearing non-uniform clothing items while on[...]

Facebook’s Canadian ‘election integrity’ plan puts responsibility on political players

Thursday  18:17,   19 october 2017
Metro News

Facebook’s Canadian ‘election integrity’ plan puts responsibility on political players Facebook Canada is on Thursday announcing a hotly anticipated plan for shielding the 2019 election from cyber hacks and the spread of fake news and[...]

Facebook’s Canadian ‘election integrity’ plan puts responsibility on political players

Thursday  18:16,   19 october 2017
Metro News

Facebook’s Canadian ‘election integrity’ plan puts responsibility on political players Facebook Canada is on Thursday announcing a hotly anticipated plan for shielding the 2019 election from cyber hacks and the spread of fake news and[...]

Numerous safeguards in Vancouver ice rinks to avoid ammonia dangers

Thursday  18:15,   19 october 2017
Vancouver Sun

Numerous safeguards in Vancouver ice rinks to avoid ammonia dangersAmmonia plants and safety equipment in Vancouver’s ice rinks are regularly inspected and upgraded to help avoid disasters like the fatal leak Tuesday in Fernie,[...]