Month: August 2019

Canada's Competition Bureau Finds Small ISPs Have Happier Customers Than Big Telecom

Smaller internet service providers play an important, positive role in Canada’s telecom market even though only a minority of consumers

What Toni Morrison Taught The World About Motherhood

Toni Morrison, who died at 88 years old on Monday, might be gone in the corporeal sense — which is

Yukon Small Plane Crash Leaves 2 Dead, Alkan Air Confirms

WHITEHORSE — A pilot and passenger have been killed in the crash of a small plane in central Yukon.  Whitehorse-based

Carbon Tax Funds Will Go To Manitoba Schools, Despite Brian Pallister's Disapproval

OTTAWA —Ottawa is going around the Manitoba government in order to give $5.4 million in carbon tax revenues to the province’s

Toronto Mayor John Tory Seeks Help From Feds After Long Weekend Shootings

TORONTO — The federal government should play a more active role in curbing gun crime in Toronto, the city’s mayor said

Ottawa Lifts Speed Limits For Gulf Of St. Lawrence After No Whales Spotted

OTTAWA — The federal government has lifted speed restrictions meant to protect North Atlantic right whales in the Gulf of

Deepak Obhrai, Longtime Calgary Conservative MP, Dead At 69

Deepak Obhrai, the veteran Conservative MP and the first Hindu politician elected to the House of Commons, has passed away,

Toad Migration Closes B.C. Road

WHISTLER, B.C. — Some very small creatures are forcing some big changes in a popular section of the Resort Municipality

Ontario Police Investigating Influx Of Tips About Bryer Schmegelsky And Kam McLeod

Ontario Provincial Police have assigned a team of investigators to look into a spike in tips regarding two young men

Nurse Elizabeth Wettlaufer Took Advantage Of Ontario’s Long-Term Care System To Kill: Report

WOODSTOCK, Ont. — Systemic failures in long-term care allowed Canada’s “first known health-care serial killer” to murder eight elderly patients