Month: July 2019

Jody Wilson-Raybould's Book ‘From Where I Stand’ Being Published In September

VANCOUVER — A book by former federal justice minister and attorney general Jody Wilson-Raybould will be released on Sept. 20,

B.C. Teens Are Missing Near Site Where Body Discovered

DEASE LAKE, B.C. — RCMP in northern British Columbia are searching for two young Vancouver Island men whose vehicle was

Canada Border Services Is Hiring Stunt Actors To Play Smugglers

OTTAWA — The Canada Border Services Agency is looking once again for a handful of stunt actors to be thrown

Best Cities In Canada For Jobs? Take Your Pick, They're Almost All Good

Canada typically has big differences in the job market from region to region, but these days, those differences are shrinking

Cat Filter Flub Gets B.C. Police Attention For All The Wrong Reasons

Like an episode of “Black Mirror,” British Columbia police livestreamed a news conference on Facebook about a double homicide using a filter that

Canada’s Mortgage Borrowers Are Moving To The Back Alleys Of The Market

MONTREAL ― When people are desperate for something but can’t get it through official channels, they often turn to less-official

Dietician Breaks Down Andrew Scheer's Food Guide Comments

Conservative Leader Andrew Scheer told dairy farmers on Wednesday that he would review Canada’s food guide if his party formed

‘Titans’ Crew Member Killed In Toronto TV Studio Accident

TORONTO — Warner Bros. says a crew member died in an accident Thursday at a special effects facility in Toronto.

Kyoto Animation Fire Leaves 33 Dead In Arson Attack On Japanese Studio

A man shouting “you die!” bursted into an animation production studio in Japan and set it on fire, killing 33

Doug Ford's 'Nutcase' Remark About Mental Health Detainee Crossed A Line: MPP

TORONTO — An Opposition MPP is slamming Ontario Premier Doug Ford’s comments about a mentally ill patient as “derogatory” and