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Man in his 50s dead after being struck by bus in Whitby - CBC.ca;

Man in his 50s dead after being struck by bus in Whitby - CBC.ca

CBC.caMan in his 50s dead after being struck by bus in WhitbyCBC.caA man in his 50s is dead after he was struck by a transit bus in Whitby early Thursday morning. Police were called around 6:30 a.m. for reports that a male pedestrian was hit by a bus and then bounced off another car on Brock Street south at the 401 ...Pedestrian dies in hospital after being struck by bus, car in WhitbyGlobalnews.caMale pedestrian struck by vehicle in WhitbyCP24 Toronto's Breaking NewsPedestrian struck and killed in WhitbyCityNewsdurhamregion.comall 9 news articles »

Justin Trudeau's language blunder in Sherbrooke could have political fallout - CBC.ca;

Justin Trudeau's language blunder in Sherbrooke could have political fallout - CBC.ca

CBC.caJustin Trudeau's language blunder in Sherbrooke could have political falloutCBC.caJustin Trudeau's town hall meeting in Sherbrooke Tuesday night was supposed to be a chance for him to reconnect with voters, to use his charisma to overcome the inevitable disenchantment that comes after more than a year in power. Instead, it turned ...Anglos file formal complaints against Trudeau for French only answers at Quebec stop on listening tourNational PostTrudeau rejects call to appoint a Quebec lieutenantThe Globe and MailFormal complaints lodged against Trudeau for French-only responsesCTV NewsToronto Star -Huffington Post Canada -TheChronicleHerald.ca -Ottawa Citizenall 113 news articles »

Quebec minimum wage to go up to $11.25 - CBC.ca;

Quebec minimum wage to go up to $11.25 - CBC.ca

CBC.caQuebec minimum wage to go up to $11.25CBC.caQuebec's minimum wage workers will see a slightly bigger paycheque starting this spring. The minimum will go up by 50 cents in May, bringing the total to $11.25 per hour, Radio-Canada has confirmed. Labour Minister Dominique Vien is expected to make ...Quebec increases minimum wage to $11.25 an hourMontreal GazetteQuebec's minimum wage will rise to $11.25 on May 1CTV Newsall 3 news articles »

Debt with dishonour - Toronto Sun;

Debt with dishonour - Toronto Sun

Toronto SunDebt with dishonourToronto SunBetter sit down. Pull up a chair at the kitchen table, you and your spouse and the two kids. Keep everyone away from sharp objects. I've got a shocking number for you. A Canadian family of four — yes, you — pays $7,009 a year toward government debt.Canadians paying $5.3B interest a year on provincial, federal debt660 NewsNew study on ballooning government debt in CanadaCKNW News Talk 980Fraser Institute News Release: Interest payments on government debt in Canada hit $62.8 billion -- or $7000 for a ...Digital Journalall 4 news articles »

Teen who was subject of Amber Alert 'not the victim of abduction,' police say - CBC.ca;

Teen who was subject of Amber Alert 'not the victim of abduction,' police say - CBC.ca

CBC.caTeen who was subject of Amber Alert 'not the victim of abduction,' police sayCBC.caA Mississauga teen who was the subject of an Amber Alert but found safe earlier this week was not abducted, Peel police have confirmed. Evidence indicates the girl, 15, "was not the victim of abduction," investigators said Wednesday in a statement. The ...Subject of Monday's Amber Alert not kidnapped, policeCTV NewsMississauga teen who was subject of Amber Alert not abducted: PoliceMississaugaPeel Police confirm missing Mississauga teen was not abductedCJOBinsauga.comall 6 news articles »

NS store owner funding alternative prom for students affected by teachers' dispute - CTV News;

NS store owner funding alternative prom for students affected by teachers' dispute - CTV News

CTV NewsNS store owner funding alternative prom for students affected by teachers' disputeCTV NewsA Cape Breton store owner who says she was devastated by the thought of students not having a prom is stepping up to ensure thousands of high school students get to have a final dance. Proms, dances held for students graduating high school, at five ...The proms will go on in Cape BretonCBC.caSydney shop owner to host five school proms if work-to-rule still in effectTheChronicleHerald.caMacKenzee Ryan commits to Cape Breton UniversityCape Breton Postall 15 news articles »

Wynne says more hydro relief coming after meeting with Amherstburg resident - CTV News;

Wynne says more hydro relief coming after meeting with Amherstburg resident - CTV News

CTV NewsWynne says more hydro relief coming after meeting with Amherstburg residentCTV NewsMore hydro relief for Ontario ratepayers will be announced before the spring budget, Premier Kathleen Wynne said Wednesday as she met with a Windsor-area resident. Libby Keenan, who has a farm with several horses in Amherstburg, wrote a Facebook ...Chris Selley: Crisis defused, for now, but still no plan to lower Ontario hydro billsNational PostPremier Kathleen Wynne pledges more relief on hydro billsToronto StarAmherstburg, Ont. horse trainer meets Kathleen Wynne over hydro ratesCBC.caGlobalnews.ca -CJOBall 10 news articles »

'Get out of here': La Loche school shooting survivors speak about deadly day - CTV News;

'Get out of here': La Loche school shooting survivors speak about deadly day - CTV News

CTV News'Get out of here': La Loche school shooting survivors speak about deadly dayCTV NewsPhyllis Longobardi remembers hearing two blasts before she saw the gun. The assistant principal at the La Loche high school in northern Saskatchewan remembers that the lunch bell had rung on Jan. 22, 2016, and she was coaxing students to get to class.A look at the four people who died in a mass shooting in northern SaskatchewanCityNewsA timeline of events from the deadly La Loche shooting one year agoMetroNews Canadaall 42 news articles »

Wapekeka First Nation asked for suicide-prevention funds months before deaths of 2 girls - CBC.ca;

Wapekeka First Nation asked for suicide-prevention funds months before deaths of 2 girls - CBC.ca

CBC.caWapekeka First Nation asked for suicide-prevention funds months before deaths of 2 girlsCBC.caFirst Nations leaders in northern Ontario say the federal government ignored their pleas to help a group of suicidal children last summer and is only now stepping forward with funding, days after two pre-teens died by suicide. The girls, both 12, died ...Wapekeka First Nation feared suicide pact, says they were denied helpToronto StarWapekeka First Nation Update – Youth SuicideNet NewsledgerTragedy in Wapekeka cannot be ignoredSimcoe.comTurtle Island Newsall 40 news articles »

What does the Trump era mean for Canada? - The Globe and Mail;

What does the Trump era mean for Canada? - The Globe and Mail

The Globe and MailWhat does the Trump era mean for Canada?The Globe and MailAs Republican president-elect Donald Trump prepares to take office on Friday, check back here for the latest news, analysis and opinion on what his presidency could mean for Canada, from protectionism and the economy to pluralism and immigration.Andrew Leslie Named Freeland's Parliamentary Secretary To Help On U.S. RelationsHuffington Post CanadaTrump commerce nominee Ross says NAFTA an 'early topic' for new administrationHamilton SpectatorEx-army commander Andrew Leslie to play key role in dealing with Trump administrationCBC.caCTV News -Ottawa Citizen -CanadianManufacturing.com -Orleans Onlineall 17 news articles »

Milltown-Head of Bay d'Espoir recovering following Tuesday's fires - CBC.ca;

Milltown-Head of Bay d'Espoir recovering following Tuesday's fires - CBC.ca

CBC.caMilltown-Head of Bay d'Espoir recovering following Tuesday's firesCBC.caA small community on Newfoundland's south coast is dealing with the aftermath of three fires set at key town buildings Tuesday. Milltown-Head of Bay d'Espoir is in recovery mode following damage at the town hall, Bay d'Espoir Academy and the Bay d ...'How could someone do this?' Arson spree guts heart of Newfoundland town but not its resolveOttawa Citizen'Everything was ablaze': Man charged after school, hall, RCMP office burnToronto SunOne arrested after Newfoundland school, town hall, RCMP station catch fireToronto StarCP24 Toronto's Breaking News -Advertiser -Oye! Timesall 16 news articles »

Senator wants inquiry after charges stayed against two women in Alberta killing - CTV News;

Senator wants inquiry after charges stayed against two women in Alberta killing - CTV News

CTV NewsSenator wants inquiry after charges stayed against two women in Alberta killingCTV NewsOTTAWA -- A senator is calling for a public inquiry after Alberta prosecutors stayed charges against a second woman accused in a murder case. Kim Pate says an inquiry is needed to look at the actions of police and the Crown in taking Wendy Scott and ...and more »

Kelly Ellard tries again for parole from life sentence for killing BC teen - CTV News;

Kelly Ellard tries again for parole from life sentence for killing BC teen - CTV News

CTV NewsKelly Ellard tries again for parole from life sentence for killing BC teenCTV NewsABBOTSFORD, B.C. -- Convicted British Columbia killer Kelly Ellard is expected to ask for parole again today, less than a year after a parole board said she was too entitled to be released. At Ellard's first parole hearing last May, she took ...and more »

Justin Trudeau speaks only French at Sherbrooke town hall, despite English questions - CBC.ca;

Justin Trudeau speaks only French at Sherbrooke town hall, despite English questions - CBC.ca

CBC.caJustin Trudeau speaks only French at Sherbrooke town hall, despite English questionsCBC.caPrime Minister Justin Trudeau answered questions ranging from local concerns about public transit to tabling new federal pot legislation at Tuesday night's town hall in Sherbrooke, and he answered them all in French – because, "we're in Quebec." A ...More stops in Quebec today as PM Trudeau continues national tourCoast ReporterLiberals inherited 'mistrust' from previous gov't on pipelines: TrudeauCTV NewsTeam of Liberal ministers drop down in DavosThe Globe and MailToronto Star -Alberta Oil Magazineall 18 news articles »

Military vice-chief removed from post over alleged leak of shipbuilding data - The Globe and Mail;

Military vice-chief removed from post over alleged leak of shipbuilding data - The Globe and Mail

Toronto StarMilitary vice-chief removed from post over alleged leak of shipbuilding dataThe Globe and MailThe country's second-highest-ranked military commander was removed from his post over allegations that technical information related to Canada's multibillion-dollar shipbuilding program may have been leaked, sources say. The Trudeau government is ...Suspended vice-admiral being investigated for alleged leak of classified shipbuilding dataCBC.caSources say vice-admiral was removed over leak investigationCTV NewsTrudeau stays quiet as senior military commander stripped of dutiesMetroNews CanadaNational Post -Macleans.ca -www.insidebelleville.com/ -Daily Mailall 21 news articles »

Gloves come off in French-language Conservative leadership debate - CBC.ca;

Gloves come off in French-language Conservative leadership debate - CBC.ca

CBC.caGloves come off in French-language Conservative leadership debateCBC.caThe third debate of the Conservative leadership campaign held in Quebec City on Tuesday, the only official debate to be held entirely in French, featured some sharp exchanges between candidates, with much of the fire being directed at Quebec MP Maxime ...Conservative leadership candidates ramp up personal attacks during French-only debateNational PostWith few bilingual Tory leadership contenders, will Quebec be neglected?The Globe and MailCelebrity mogul Kevin O'Leary set to run for Conservative leadershipToronto SunFort McMurray Today -TheChronicleHerald.ca -TheTyee.ca -iPolitics.ca (subscription)all 54 news articles »

Difficult decisions to come on health spending, Reiter says - CBC.ca;

Difficult decisions to come on health spending, Reiter says - CBC.ca

CBC.caDifficult decisions to come on health spending, Reiter saysCBC.caSaskatchewan and the federal government announced they reached a federal health funding agreement Tuesday afternoon which would see the province receive nearly $350 million for home care and mental health over a 10 year period. Saskatchewan ...Saskatchewan strikes health-care deal with OttawaThe Globe and MailSaskatchewan, Ottawa reach health-funding deal despite province's concernsCityNewsUnions, Opposition say mental health, home care funding neededCTV NewsNews Talk 650 CKOM -Globalnews.ca -The Province -Regina Leader-Postall 63 news articles »

Bus service for GTA school boards cancelled, flights delayed due to freezing rain - CBC.ca;

Bus service for GTA school boards cancelled, flights delayed due to freezing rain - CBC.ca

CBC.caBus service for GTA school boards cancelled, flights delayed due to freezing rainCBC.caWith much of southern Ontario under a freezing rain warning, airports are warning of delays and school boards are cancelling bus service. Here's where we're at so far this morning across the Greater Toronto Area. Freezing rain could have 'significant ...School bus cancellations for Tuesday, Jan. 17, 2017CP24 Toronto's Breaking NewsStorm prompts early dismissalBelleville IntelligencerFreezing rain forces cancellationsToronto Sun570 News -CHCH News -Toledo Blade -The Kingston Whig-Standardall 52 news articles »

1 man in life-threatening condition after shooting in Douglasdale - CBC.ca;

1 man in life-threatening condition after shooting in Douglasdale - CBC.ca

CBC.ca1 man in life-threatening condition after shooting in DouglasdaleCBC.caOne person is in hospital in life-threatening condition after being shot in Douglasdale on Monday night. Police got a call about a "possible disturbance" in the 100-block of Douglasbank S.E. and found two people lying on the sidewalk. One of them had ...Shooting and 'altercation' in southeast Calgary sends 3 to hospital, 1 in life-threatening conditionGlobalnews.caOne in life-threatening condition, two others injured in Douglasdale after possible home invasionCalgary HeraldOne person shot in possible home invasionCTV News660 News -640 Toronto Newsall 6 news articles »

BC Liberals disclose 2016 donation details amid heightened scrutiny - The Globe and Mail;

BC Liberals disclose 2016 donation details amid heightened scrutiny - The Globe and Mail

Vancouver SunBC Liberals disclose 2016 donation details amid heightened scrutinyThe Globe and MailSix-figure corporate donations helped the BC Liberals bring in more than $12-million last year in the lead up to this spring's provincial election, as British Columbia's lax fundraising laws allowed developers, resource firms and other corporations to ...Les Leyne: Our political cash noticed in New YorkTimes ColonistVaughn Palmer: Will Liberals unhook reliance on big fish fundraising?Vancouver SunBC Liberals well financedPrince George Citizenall 5 news articles »