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Turkey's concerns over the extradition of dozens of Kurds from Sweden in particular could still block full ratification of Sweden and Finland's entry to NATO, says Andrew Rasiulis, a defence expert at the Canadian Global Affairs Institute.
A man is in custody following a deadly shooting at a July 4 parade in suburban Chicago that sent hundreds of people fleeing in terror Monday morning.
Canada Soccer says it has made a new compensation offer to its men's and women's national teams. "While we will continue to negotiate confidentially with our men's national team — as a willing and respectful partner — we are happy to inform the public that a revised proposal was sent on 23 June 2022," Canada Soccer said in a statement Monday. "We remain confident that an agreement will be made in due course." The governing body also said an offer was made the same day to the women's team, saying
Nova Scotia will lift all remaining community COVID-19 restrictions, including isolation requirements, on Wednesday. Dr. Robert Strang, Nova Scotia's chief medical officer of health, made the announcement Monday. "We're at a place now with our epidemiology and our ongoing adaptation to COVID being with us for the long term, that we feel ... it's appropriate to do what many other provinces have already done and make some adjustments to our last remaining restrictions in the areas of isolation, ma
Ahead of a closed-door discussion on the issue of housing in Toronto on Tuesday, Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau and Toronto Mayor John Tory expressed mutual appreciation for federal and local partnerships on challenges ranging from the pandemic, infrastructure to housing. “It matters to all of Canada that Toronto be successful,” Trudeau said.
A woman lit on fire on a Toronto transit bus has died, Toronto police and sources in contact with her family have confirmed to CBC News. The attack happened at about 12:25 p.m.on Friday, June 17 at Kipling Station, which is in the area of Kipling Avenue and Dundas Street West. Police had said a man on the bus poured a liquid substance on the woman and ignited it. He was arrested nearby and has been charged. Police said they suspected the attack was motivated by hate and was random. Toronto param
If you've noticed your kids are getting sick more often lately, you're likely not the only one. P.E.I.'s College of Family Physicians says doctors have been seeing a high number of children with non-COVID-19 respiratory illnesses recently. Dr. Heather Austin, president of the college, said there are a number of factors that could be contributing to the increase, including the fact that throughout the pandemic children have had little exposure to these respiratory viruses. "We are seeing a lot of
The family of a seven-year-old Regina boy who was slammed by a truck says his health has improved enough that he's been moved out of the intensive care unit. Benjamin Dufour was sent to the pediatric intensive care unit at Jim Pattison Children's Hospital in late June after he was hit by the truck. His family says he had been waiting by a bus stop with his older brother and schoolmates when the accident happened. In a statement on Tuesday, his family said he's been moved out of the intensive car
Canada's two largest airlines now have a dubious distinction, especially as travel ramps up after two years of pandemic restrictions. Ross Lord explains where Air Canada and WestJet are ranking on reliability, as many air travellers grow aggravated about long airport lineups and lost luggage.
There is a growing number of animals looking to find new homes in Toronto as owners who bought pandemic pets at the height of COVID-19 return to work — or struggle with the rising cost of looking after them, city officials warn.
Nationwide, workers at clinics that shuttered abortion services are feeling fear and stress as they chart a path forward (July 5) (AP Video/Leah Willingham)
The suspected gunman spent weeks planning a mass shooting at an Independence Day parade in Highland Park, Ill., and dressed as a woman to avoid being identified, police said Tuesday.
The attorney general of Alberta will intervene in competition tribunal proceedings regarding the $26-billion merger between Rogers Communications Inc. and Shaw Communications Inc., according to a notice filed Monday. The notice of intervention states that the "successes and failures" of the deal will have an impact on Alberta consumers and the province's economy. It also states that the attorney general "takes no position" on the deal at this time. Shaw is headquartered in Calgary and provides w
The Yukon Government and the Canada Council for the Arts have partnered on a pilot project to support Indigenous artists in the Yukon. The two-year project has a $350,000 budget to create and hire an Indigenous outreach position in the territory. This person will help Indigenous artists apply for funding while helping develop the artists' careers. Simon Brault, the Council's Director and CEO, said he hopes the program helps to remove some of the systematic barriers artists face in the country. "
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A man was rushed to hospital in critical condition Tuesday afternoon following a shooting on Banff Avenue in south Ottawa, first responders say. The shooting happened around 12:40 p.m. in the middle of an Ottawa Community Housing complex, near a park and community centre. The victim was taken to the Ottawa Hospital's Civic campus trauma unit, paramedics said. Police cruisers and caution tape surrounded the scene, not far from Ledbury Avenue. An alley running between two blocks of rowhouses was a
Casey House is a specialty hospital in Toronto that cares for people living with and at risk of HIV. Susan Hay has the story.
A group of more than 50 doctors and health professionals in Quebec's Abitibi-Témiscamingue region has published an open letter calling on the Legault government to do more to reduce the level of arsenic emissions in Rouyn-Noranda. The average annual concentration of arsenic captured in the city by the Horne copper smelter in 2021 was 87 ng/m3, nearly 30 times higher than the 3 ng/m3 level considered safe for humans by Quebec's Environment Ministry. The signatories ask Quebec Premier François Leg
OTTAWA — Canada is about to toss more than half of its doses of the Oxford-AstraZeneca COVID-19 vaccine because it couldn't find any takers for it either in or outside of Canada. A statement from Health Canada says 13.6 million doses of the vaccine expired in the spring and will be thrown out. A year ago Canada said it would donate almost 18 million doses of the AstraZeneca vaccine to lower-income countries. As of June 22, almost nine million doses were delivered to 21 different nations. But Hea