Month: May 2019

Alberta Slashes Minimum Wage for Workers Under 18

 EDMONTON — Alberta is cutting the minimum wage for young workers and making other changes to overtime, holiday pay and

Jeremy Lin Says Security Didn't Recognize Him, Stopped Him From Boarding Raptors Bus

Yikes.  Toronto Raptors point guard Jeremy Lin revealed on Wednesday that a security guard actually stopped him from boarding his

Raptors NBA Finals Tickets Start Around $1,000, So That's Cool

  Legions of Toronto Raptors fans who have been yearning to see their beloved team in the NBA finals will

Vancouver Businesses Are Feeling The Pain From The Housing Downturn

Realtors aren’t the only ones whose business is taking a hit as the housing market corrects in Vancouver and across

Japan Stabbing Attack Leaves 2 Dead And More Than A Dozen Injured

At least 18 people, including 16 young children, were stabbed by a man brandishing a knife at a crowded bus

Student Unions Take Ontario Government To Court Over Non-Mandatory Fees

TORONTO — The Canadian Federation of Students has launched a court challenge against the Ontario government’s decision to allow college

Summer 2019 Will Be A Tale Of Two Canadas, The Weather Network Forecasts

The weather this summer could be starkly different across the country, according to the latest long range forecast from The

Trudeau Grilled Over ‘Anti-Conservative’ Unifor’s Role In Media Bailout Plan

OTTAWA — Without a hint of irony, Prime Minister Justin Trudeau cited Unifor’s praise for his government’s handling of the

Conservative Leader Andrew Scheer Vows To End 'Illegal' Border Crossing

OTTAWA — If elected prime minister, Conservative Leader Andrew Scheer says he would put an end to “illegal” border crossings

Malaysia To Ship Back Plastic Waste To Canada, U.S., U.K.

  PORT KLANG, Malaysia — Malaysia will send back some 3,000 metric tons (3,300 tons) of non-recyclable plastic waste to