Month: June 2019

Legal Clinic Workers Agree To 20% Pay Cut To Save Jobs Under Doug Ford

This story is a part of UNAIDED, a HuffPost Canada series that examines the effects of recent funding cuts to Ontario’s

New Online Shrooms Store Hopes To Follow In Footsteps Of Cannabis

As the dust settles on cannabis legalization in Canada, one Vancouver activist is setting his sights to what he hopes

Federal Carbon Tax Is Legal In Ontario, Top Provincial Court Rules

TORONTO —The federal government’s carbon pricing scheme is constitutionally sound and has the critical purpose of fighting climate change, Ontario’s

Public Health Manager 'Sorry' For Giving B.C. Kids Graphic Sex Guide

CRANBROOK, B.C. — The manager of a public health nurse says she is sorry for mistakenly giving a class of

Air Canada To Take Over Air Transat In $520-Million Deal

MONTREAL — The board of directors of Transat AT Inc. has approved a $520-million takeover offer by Air Canada, but

Karina Gould Dishing 'Some Baloney' With Claim About Access-To-Information System

OTTAWA — “The changes announced today enhance the transparency and accountability of Canadian democratic institutions by ensuring that Canadians can

Out And Proud – And Competing At The Highest Level

Photos by Gianni Cipriano LONDON — In the world of English rugby, Sam Stanley stands alone. When the former Saracens

Harjit Sajjan Says He Can’t Share Details Of Mark Norman’s Settlement

OTTAWA — Defence Minister Harjit Sajjan is remaining mum on details of the government’s settlement with Vice-Admiral Mark Norman, citing

Sex Trafficking Victim Says Exploited Women Need Places To Escape Abuse

REGINA — For years, Beatrice Wallace blamed herself. Not only did she feel shame and guilt, but the 46-year-old Regina

Ontario Appointee Quits Over Family Link To Dean French

TORONTO — An appointee to Ontario’s accountants council resigned Tuesday after the Opposition noted that she is the niece of