The mandatory long-form census will return for Canadians this week, and with it, another step in the Liberal government’s dismantling of Stephen Harper’s legacy. Beginning on Monday, Statistics Canada will send census letters to all households, with May 10 designated as census day. The once-every-five-years
The mandatory long-form census will return for Canadians this week, and with it, another step in the Liberal government’s dismantling of Stephen Harper’s legacy. Beginning on Monday, Statistics Canada will send census letters to all households, with May 10 designated as census day. The once-every-five-years census was a fairly low-key affair before 2010, when Harper shocked the research community by ending the long-form version of the survey.
Sun, May 1: With Real Estate prices on the rise in many parts of the country, particularly in Vancouver and Toronto many homeowners are looking to sell but that isn't always easy to do. You need to keep your realtor in the loop on scheduling viewings and that realtor is going to take a large chunk in commission. More and more homeowners are opting to do it themselves. Farah Nasser reports.
Sun, May 1: Gun violence is once again on the rise in Toronto. Both violence and deaths are significantly on the rise over last year. Today there is a police memorial taking place in Toronto to commemorate Toronto police services who are increasingly putting themselves in the line of fire and policing to try and curb the gun violence. Jennifer Tryon reports.
Sun, May 1: On Friday, Constable Jeremy Perdue lost his battle with cancer. He was 36-years-old. As Sarah Offin reports, officers and community residents in Turner Valley gathered Sunday to help Perdue's wife and the five children he left behind.
Sun, May 1: Students at an Edmonton Islamic school are making sure that the children of Attawapiskat know that they are not alone and that people thousands of KM away are thinking of them. They are creating cards to send to the reserve with messages from the children in Edmonton. Shallima Maharaj reports.
Sun, May 1: Members of Canada's naval community are commemorating the 71st anniversary of the end of the Battle of the Atlantic today. It was the longest continuous battle in the Second World War, from 1939 to 1945. About 22 hundred Canadians died in the battle against the deadly German U-boats. Mike LeCouteur reports.
Sun, May 1: Saturday night was the last Obama administration White House Correspondents' dinner. He made some jokes, including one about Justin Trudeau. He also joked about the Democrats and the GOP all with the latest Indiana primaries looming. Aarti Pole reports.
Sun, May 1: Police are investigating following a single-vehicle crash in Saint-André-d’Argenteuil that left one man dead and another in critical condition.
Sun, May 1: Donate to skate is an annual fundraiser spearheaded by Terri-Anne Fielding that helps kids who can't afford to play hockey get into the game. Fielding was inspired to share her six-year-old son's passion for the game after his sudden passing in 2012.
Sun, May 1: Quebecers took to the streets of Montreal Sunday to mark International Worker's Day. Participants demanded better working conditions and called on the province to increase the minimum wage. Felicia Parrillo reports.
Sun, May 1: A 19-year-old who fought alongside fire fighters to battle back a trestle blaze this week, has now been arrested and charged with 18 counts of arson. Julia Wong reports.
Sun, May 1: WWII veteran Lawrence Weldon, 90, travelled back to Halifax to take part in the Battle of the Atlantic ceremonies thanks to a charity that grants wishes to seniors. Rebecca Lau reports.
Sat, April 30: The Saskatchewan Archaeological Society met over the weekend to discuss new findings on the 25,000 archaeological sites in the province. Jacqueline Wilson reports.
Sun, May 1: This year marks the 140th anniversary of Mount Royal and what better way to celebrate than to clean up.
Sun, May 1: Members of Leafs nation are continuing to celebrate Saturday's draft lottery win. Erica Vella reports.
Officials in Turkey say two police officers have been killed and more have been injured in a bombing close to the border with Syria.
President Obama makes jokes at the expense of Hillary Clinton, Donald Trump and critics of his healthcare plan at his final White House Correspondents' Dinner.
Head teachers are to discuss whether parents in England should be allowed to take their children out of religious education classes, on the grounds that it undermines the teaching of "British values".
Six families get chance to hug as the US-Mexico border in California opens for 20 minutes.
Villagers in Frome, Somerset are putting surplus food to good use by opening a community fridge, the first of its kind in the UK.
There has been a surge in violence against Jewish people, according to a survey by the Campaign Against Anti-Semitism.