Month: November 2019

Quebec Says It Only Has 5 Days Of Propane Left As CN Rail Strike Drags On

The federal government is resisting calls to intervene in a railway strike despite the spectre of a propane shortage in

Public High School Teachers In Ontario To Strike For 1 Day In December

TORONTO — Ontario’s public high school teachers say they will hold a one-day strike next week as their ongoing labour

Canada’s Economy Slows By Two-Thirds, But There's Good News Beneath The Surface

MONTREAL ― It’s not great news, but it’s not as bad as some had expected. Canada’s economy slowed down in

Ontario English Catholic Teachers A Step Closer To Legal Strike Position

TORONTO — The union representing the province’s English Catholic teachers says it is moving closer to a legal strike position.

Canada’s NATO Spending Unchanged Despite Trump Calls For More

OTTAWA — Prime Minister Justin Trudeau is likely to face questions from other leaders of the NATO military alliance next week

Peter Harder, Government's Representative In Senate, Is Stepping Down

OTTAWA — The man representing the Liberal government in the Senate is stepping down at the end of the year.

Guardiola asked about Arteta links with Arsenal job

Manchester City boss Pep Guardiola expects a tough test against Newcastle and says Mikel Arteta will join them on Tyneside.

Ornstein: Arsenal ‘likely’ to sack Emery today

Journalist David Ornstein claims that Arsenal are ‘likely’ to sack Unai Emery on Friday after their loss to Eintracht Frankfurt

Mourinho moved by Man Utd kid’s ‘amazing story’

Former Manchester United manager Jose Mourinho has hailed Max Taylor as an “inspiration” after the teenager’s recovery from cancer. The

Arsenal consider approach for Ancelotti after Emery sacking

Arsenal are mulling over whether to approach Carlo Ancelotti over their vacant managerial position, according to reports. Unai Emery was