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September 11, 2018
9/11 Hit Just Months After 2 Young Women Started Work at WTC
NEW YORK—Vatchpol Srinuan has been attending the Ground Zero memorial service almost every year for the past 17 ...
September 8, 2018
Curiosity Rover Sends ‘Selfie’ From Mars
NASA has released a "selfie" from Mars of its Curiosity rover. The 360 degree panoramic image is made ...
August 17, 2018
Ford Government Standing its Ground on Sex-Ed Curriculum
Although political opposition to Ontario Premier Doug Ford’s plan to repeal the province’s controversial 2015 sex education curriculum ...
August 10, 2018
Ford Continues to Face Pressure From Opposition About Sex-Ed Curriculum
Ontario Premier Doug Ford continues to face pressure from the opposition New Democrats to back down on his ...
July 31, 2018
Ontario’s Sex-Ed Curriculum: 1998 vs. 2015—A Look at What Has Some Parents Concerned
Ontario’s 2015 sex-education curriculum was the subject of much controversy when it was introduced by the Liberal government ...
July 30, 2018
Ford’s Scrapping of 2015 Ontario’s Sex-Ed Curriculum a Result of Parents’ Concerns
TORONTO—Throughout the protestations and comments during question period regarding the new Ontario government’s scrapping of the 2015 sex-education ...
July 25, 2018
No Decision on Sex-Ed Until ‘Thorough Consultation’ is Done, Says Ford
With September not far off, the rollback of Ontario’s new sex education curriculum continues to be a hot-button ...
July 12, 2018
The High Price of Counterfeit
You’re shopping for a pair of contact lenses. You check out several and choose a reputable household brand. ...
July 4, 2018
Impact of New Mortgage Stress Test on Canadians Needs Study, Says MP
Conservative MP Tom Kmiec wants a study on the impact of mortgage stress tests in cities that don’t ...
June 28, 2018
Doctors Say Patients Should Have the Choice on Deciding C-Section Birth
The Society of Obstetricians and Gynaecologists has issued a guideline amidst a rising amount of c-sections chosen over ...
June 26, 2018
Right Whale Sightings Lead to More Fishing Closures off Atlantic Coast
Fisheries and Oceans Canada issued a new alert on June 25 after another critically endangered North Atlantic right ...
June 25, 2018
Alberta Government Says No to Offensive Symbol on Vodka Bottles
The Alberta government has barred a Russian brand of vodka featuring a hammer and sickle from entering the ...
June 15, 2018
Clarinetist Wins Lawsuit Against Ex-Girlfriend Who Sabotaged His Career
A former McGill University student has won a court case against his ex-girlfriend, who impersonated him online as ...
News & Commentary
June 14, 2018
Police Investigating Third ‘Virtual Kidnapping’ in Canada this Year
Vancouver police are investigating the third case of "virtual kidnapping" this year and are raising awareness about the ...
March 14, 2018
TTC Proposes Cheaper Transit Pass for Toronto University Students
Post-secondary students in Toronto could have lower transit expenses soon. The Toronto Transit Commission (TTC) has recommended to ...
March 13, 2018
Esso Changing Loyalties: Now PC Optimum, Drops Aeroplan
Loblaw Companies Ltd. has announced it has signed a deal with Imperial Oil. This means the rewards program at ...
March 9, 2018
Quebec Town to Ban Smoking Cigarettes, Marijuana in Public
Hampstead, Quebec may soon have the most restrictive anti-smoking rules in Canada. Last Monday, the town of Hampstead, ...
March 8, 2018
L.M. Montgomery, Author of ‘Anne of Green Gables,’ Celebrated in New Heritage Minute
How does one fit a lifetime into a minute? One doesn't, but it's a start. Lucy Maud Montgomery, ...
March 7, 2018
Nor’easter Threats for Atlantic Canada
Two nor'easter storms are heading towards Canada and their effects could be felt as early as tonight. Nor'easter ...
March 2, 2018
Loblaw Recalls Cooked Shrimp Packages in Canada, Due to Bacteria Risk
Major Canadian grocery retailer Loblaw Companies issued a recall yesterday for packets of cooked shrimp, which may in ...
March 1, 2018
Dementia Village Coming to Vancouver
A new care facility is being planned in the Vancouver for seniors with dementia, following the "dementia village" ...
February 27, 2018
Germany Helps Canadians Recover from Hockey Defeat with Hot Chocolate
A bit of fun and good sportsmanship from the German Foreign Office led to Canadians being treated to ...
February 26, 2018
Police Suspect Threats to 3 Children’s Hospitals Was Dangerous ‘Swatting’
Police responded to threats made to three different children's hospitals in two provinces on Sunday night. Calgary police ...
Crime and Incidents
February 24, 2018
Top ‘Deadbeat’ Fugitive Captured, in Canada
The man at the top of the wanted list of "deadbeats" has been caught after 20 years of ...
February 20, 2018
RCMP Asks Public to Track Down Thieves, Absconded with Dinosaur Scull Replicas, Glass Figurines
The Jurassic Forest in northern Alberta may be closed for the season, but that didn't stop three thieves ...
February 15, 2018
Trampoline Centers and Child Injury–Researchers are Concerned
While trampoline centers have been growing in popularity in recent years, it's not all been fun and games. A ...
February 14, 2018
Police Recover Van, Stolen While Transporting Body
A van with a dead body inside that was stolen on Monday has been recovered, thanks to the ...
Labor Department Unveils Plan for Affordable Retirement Coverage
WASHINGTON—The Trump administration has unveiled a new plan that would expand retirement coverage opportunities for millions of small ...
Chinese Subversion of the United States Is Deep and Far Reaching
News Analysis For decades, the Chinese Communist Party (CCP) has been subverting the United States by infiltrating, undermining, ...
Is California Key to Democrats Hope to Take The House?
There was a time that people said, “So goes California, so goes the nation.” In the 2018 midterm ...
Supreme Court Agrees to Hear Cable-Access TV Case That May Affect Social-Media Giants
The Supreme Court has decided to review a New York case that could conceivably give Americans an opportunity ...