Month: July 2019

Catherine McKenna's Ottawa Tap Water Brag Angers Attawapiskat Residents

A tweet from Environment Minister Catherine McKenna praising Ottawa’s world-ranking tap water hit a sore spot for residents of a

Premiers’ Meeting Won’t Have Any Female Leaders For First Time In Years

SASKATOON — Canada’s 13 provincial and territorial leaders are in Saskatchewan this week, but for the first time in years,

Carbon Monoxide Leak At Winnipeg Hotel Super 8 Puts 46 People In Hospital

Winnipeg emergency officials say 46 people have been taken to hospital due to a suspected carbon monoxide leak at a

There’s More Child Poverty On Reserves Than Anywhere Else In Canada: Study

OTTAWA — Indigenous children face the highest rates of poverty in the country, with almost one in every two living

Accused In Ontario Child Sex Assault Freed After Police Error Delays Trial

TORONTO — A man accused of sexually assaulting his eight-year-old neighbour during a game of hide-and-seek had his case thrown

Bell Canada Says Canada-Wide Wireless Network Outages Started With Other Carriers

TORONTO —The cause of a Rogers Wireless service outage that began Sunday remains unclear but the company says “a very

Trump Rages At Fox News, Says It's Now Worse Than 'Fake News CNN'

U.S. President Donald Trump lit into his once-favourite TV network on Sunday, saying Fox News is now even “worse” than

Canadian Immigration Detention Centres Exist. Here's What Happens There

TORONTO — The treatment of migrants has recently been thrust into the spotlight as accounts emerge of overcrowding and unsanitary

Quebec To Invest $70 Million Towards Helping Immigrants Learn French

MONTREAL — Quebec announced tens of millions of new dollars Friday aimed at getting more newcomers to learn French. One

Ontario Legal Aid Cuts Force Clinic For Fired Workers To Lay Off Staff

TORONTO — A Toronto legal clinic that helps workers who are unjustly fired has laid off two of its staff