News: Canada

Everything you need to know about the Ontario colleges strike

Tuesday  09:00,   17 october 2017
Metro News

Everything you need to know about the Ontario colleges strike Who are the players? The faculty are represented by Ontario Public Services Employees Union (OPSEU) and the College Employer Council (CEC) represents their employer, the colleges.Who[...]

The Prime Minister’s tax reform damage control tour

Tuesday  08:59,   17 october 2017
Maclean's

In Stouffville, Ont., Trudeau took over from Bill Morneau, unveiling a tax cut and some new messaging around an unravelling tax[...]

The Prime Minister’s tax reform damage control tour

Tuesday  08:59,   17 october 2017
Maclean's

In Stouffville, Ont., Trudeau took over from Bill Morneau, unveiling a tax cut and some new messaging around an unravelling tax[...]

Moise could be at turning point, says psychiatrist

Tuesday  08:59,   17 october 2017
Leader Post

Moise could be at turning point, says psychiatristAt 39 years of age, Mitchell William Moise has accumulated a criminal record replete with violence and weapons[...]

Moise could be at turning point, says psychiatrist

Tuesday  08:59,   17 october 2017
Leader Post

Moise could be at turning point, says psychiatristAt 39 years of age, Mitchell William Moise has accumulated a criminal record replete with violence and weapons[...]

Man who's been in and out of prison since 1972 suspected in Chilliwack bank robbery

Tuesday  08:59,   17 october 2017
Vancouver Sun

Man who's been in and out of prison since 1972 suspected in Chilliwack bank robberyA Chilliwack man who has been in and out of jail since he was a teenager has been charged in relation to a bank robbery last week in[...]

Prosecutors allege Toronto murder victim was silenced over previous killing: DiManno

Tuesday  08:59,   17 october 2017
Toronto Star

Prosecutors allege Toronto murder victim was silenced over previous killing: DiMannoA bunch of long bones and more scattered bits strewn[...]

Alberta Elections: Regional results show some upsets, mostly strong incumbent races

Tuesday  08:58,   17 october 2017
Metro News

Alberta Elections: Regional results show some upsets, mostly strong incumbent races The votes are in, and the early results indicate some upsets, but mostly strong races for incumbents in the areas around Calgary.Cochrane:Cochrane has a new[...]

Man faces 12 charges after attempting to evade police in a stolen vehicle

Tuesday  08:58,   17 october 2017
Star Phoenix

Man faces 12 charges after attempting to evade police in a stolen vehicleA 27-year-old man is facing a variety of charges after he attempted to evade police while driving a stolen[...]

This is Canada's mistake

Tuesday  05:11,   17 october 2017
MSN

Abdulahi Hasan Sharif, a Somalia refugee who was wanted in the U.S. on a deportation order, was welcomed to Canada with open arms. He is now held in Edmonton on 11 charges, including five of attempted murder,  laid after a driver hit an Edmonton[...]

Calgary police seeking roommate of man found dead in Oakridge home

Tuesday  05:11,   17 october 2017
Calgary Herald

Sunday’s suspicious death in Oakridge is now the city’s latest murder. Just over 24 hours after a man in his 20s was found dead in his Oakmoor Drive S.W. home by a member of his family, police have identified the victim’s roommate as a person of[...]

2 of 5 teens accused in videotaped attack on student plead guilty

Tuesday  04:50,   17 october 2017
cbc.ca

Three of the five teenagers arrested in connection with the beating of a 15-year-old boy in a Rivière-des-Prairies park last week have been released on strict conditions. Two of the teens who were released pleaded guilty to conspiracy and assault[...]

Former B.C. Hells Angel gunned down outside Toronto strip mall

Tuesday  04:50,   17 october 2017
Vancouver Sun

A former B.C. Hells Angel was shot to death over the weekend outside a strip mall in Toronto. James Clayton “Jamie” Holland, 43, was once a member of the elite Nomads chapter of the Hells Angels, then based in Burnaby. He was kicked out of the B.C.[...]

Defamation suit against Sun Media over Ezra Levant column thrown out for delay

Tuesday  02:56,   17 october 2017
National Post

The litigation relates to comments Levant made in 2014 on The Source, his show on the defunct Sun News Network, and a column in Sun newspapers headlined, “Next stop, crazy town.”In that column, Levant harshly criticized the actions of the Alberta[...]

Big drop in asylum seekers illegally crossing into Canada in September

Tuesday  02:56,   17 october 2017
Reuters

By Anna Mehler[...]