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2 spring byelections will test Tory strength in Calgary, analysts say - CBC.ca;

2 spring byelections will test Tory strength in Calgary, analysts say - CBC.ca

CBC.ca2 spring byelections will test Tory strength in Calgary, analysts sayCBC.caTwo federal byelections set for this spring will be a test of how strong the Tory brand remains in Calgary, political watchers say. Calgary-Heritage has been vacant since former prime minister Stephen Harper resigned. 5 byelections to be held April 3 ...Trudeau calls five by-elections for April 3The Globe and MailFive byelections won't be a test of Trudeau but do mark end of an era: HébertToronto StarFederal byelections in Heritage, Midnapore ridings set for April 3Calgary HeraldHuffington Post Canada -Liberal.ca (blog) -630ched.com -Yahoo Newsall 11 news articles »

Ontario government proposes new anti-human trafficking legislation - Toronto Star;

Ontario government proposes new anti-human trafficking legislation - Toronto Star

Toronto StarOntario government proposes new anti-human trafficking legislationToronto StarIf passed, the new law would allow survivors to sue their traffickers, and would allow victims to apply for human trafficking-specific restraining orders. "Human trafficking exploits the most vulnerable people in our communities," Status of Women ...Human trafficking survivors would get power to sue under Ontario legislationToronto SunOntario's Strategy to End Human Trafficking Progress ReportGovernment of Ontario NewsIns and outs of human smuggling and traffickingPakistan TodayDallas News -Khmer Timesall 8 news articles »

'Anti-vaccine' teacher found guilty of professional misconduct - CBC.ca;

'Anti-vaccine' teacher found guilty of professional misconduct - CBC.ca

CBC.ca'Anti-vaccine' teacher found guilty of professional misconductCBC.caAn Ontario high school teacher who disrupted an immunization clinic and discouraged students from getting vaccinated has been found guilty of professional misconduct, the Ontario College of Teachers has ruled. ​Timothy Sullivan, a veteran science ...Ontario teacher found guilty of misconduct for pushing anti-vaccination viewsToronto StarOntario science teacher found guilty of misconduct in anti-vaccination caseCTV NewsHearing rules teacher committed professional misconduct over vaccine commentsThe Globe and MailHuffington Post Canada -TheChronicleHerald.ca -rdnewsnow.comall 10 news articles »

Yazidis hail Canadian promise to offer haven after ISIL persecution - Toronto Sun;

Yazidis hail Canadian promise to offer haven after ISIL persecution - Toronto Sun

Toronto SunYazidis hail Canadian promise to offer haven after ISIL persecutionToronto SunCanada's promise to resettle hundreds of Yazidis by the end of the year is being welcomed in Iraq, where Yazidi women and girls have endured horrific abuse and persecution at the hands of ISIL. Among those who have greeted the news with open arms is ...Canada to spend $28 million to give asylum to 1200 more Yazidi refugees fleeing ISILNational PostLiberals unveil resettlement plan for 1200 Yazidis and other victims of ISISCBC.caCanada to welcome 1200 Yazidi and other survivors of DaeshCanada NewsWire (press release)KelownaNow -Radio Canada International -Rudaw -Daily Callerall 21 news articles »

TTC union leader Kinnear seeks contempt order for rival Sforza - The Globe and Mail;

TTC union leader Kinnear seeks contempt order for rival Sforza - The Globe and Mail

National PostTTC union leader Kinnear seeks contempt order for rival SforzaThe Globe and MailThe power struggle for control of the Toronto Transit Commission's largest union is due back in court on Thursday, where lawyers acting for the union's recently reinstated president, Bob Kinnear, will try to persuade a judge to find a rival leader in ...Ousted TTC union boss Bob Kinnear back in court ThursdayToronto SunTTC union asks Bob Kinnear to quit hours after judge reinstates himToronto StarReinstated President of Toronto Transit Workers condemns International union defiance of Ontario high court orderCanada NewsWire (press release)CBC.ca -640 Toronto News -CityNews -CTV Newsall 16 news articles »

Keep your feet off the subway seats and don't sit on strangers: Keenan - Toronto Star;

Keep your feet off the subway seats and don't sit on strangers: Keenan - Toronto Star

Toronto StarKeep your feet off the subway seats and don't sit on strangers: KeenanToronto StarThe middle-aged woman and the young man were both wrong in this beef about seating on the TCC. But her busybody scolding just made things worse. ttcfeet. ▷. Play. Current Time 0:00. /. Duration Time 0:00. Remaining Time -0:00. Stream TypeLIVE.Caught on camera: Confrontation over feet on subway seatCTV NewsFeet on seat clash on TTC caught on videoToronto SunWATCH: Woman sits on TTC passenger's feet as part of etiquette lessonCJOBblogTO (blog)all 12 news articles »

3 more suspects charged in East Vancouver kidnapping - CBC.ca;

3 more suspects charged in East Vancouver kidnapping - CBC.ca

CBC.ca3 more suspects charged in East Vancouver kidnappingCBC.caThree more suspects in a Vancouver kidnapping investigation that began last September have been arrested and charged, but police have yet to charge anyone with two homicides connected with the case. Ellwood Bradbury, Matthew Stewart and Erlan ...Three 'extremely dangerous' suspects charged in East Van kidnappingCTV NewsThree more arrested in connection with east Vancouver kidnapping, murdersVancouver SunThree more men charged in connection to 2016 Vancouver kidnapping caseNews1130MetroNews Canada -Castanet.net -Voiceonline.comall 7 news articles »

Charges laid in jail assault on man who killed Calgary couple and grandchild - CTV News;

Charges laid in jail assault on man who killed Calgary couple and grandchild - CTV News

CTV NewsCharges laid in jail assault on man who killed Calgary couple and grandchildCTV NewsCALGARY -- Charges have been laid in a jailhouse attack on a man convicted of killing a Calgary couple and their grandchild. Police say two inmates at the Calgary Remand Centre have been charged with assault. They say two others face a similar charge.Inmates charged in connection to Garland beatingNews1130Douglas Garland's alleged attackers charged in jailhouse assaultCBC.caFour inmates charged in jailhouse beating of Douglas GarlandThe Kingston Whig-Standard630ched.com -MetroNews Canada -660 News -Yahoo Newsall 11 news articles »

'It's hard to process right now:' Late-night two-alarm fire destroys Bonanza Steakhouse - Saskatoon StarPhoenix;

'It's hard to process right now:' Late-night two-alarm fire destroys Bonanza Steakhouse - Saskatoon StarPhoenix

Saskatoon StarPhoenix'It's hard to process right now:' Late-night two-alarm fire destroys Bonanza SteakhouseSaskatoon StarPhoenixBonanza Steakhouse suffered considerable damage after a fire started around 10 p.m. on Feb. 21, 2017. Kayle Neis / Saskatoon StarPhoenix. Share Adjust Comment Print. It was a sad day for staff and regular customers of a well-known Eighth Street ...Owner shocked at massive fire that gutted Saskatoon's Bonanza SteakhouseCBC.caBonanza Steakhouse significantly damaged in late-night fireCTV News2-alarm fire at Bonanza in SaskatoonNews Talk 650 CKOM650 CKOM News Talk Radioall 11 news articles »

Man charged in Quebec mosque shooting to appear next on March 30 - CBC.ca;

Man charged in Quebec mosque shooting to appear next on March 30 - CBC.ca

CBC.caMan charged in Quebec mosque shooting to appear next on March 30CBC.caSecurity was tight during a brief, but packed court appearance for the accused in the Quebec City mosque shooting Tuesday morning. Alexandre Bissonnette, 27, who was charged Jan. 30 in connection with the attack that killed six men and wounded 19 ...Case of man accused in Quebec City mosque shootings to resume March 30The Globe and MailCase of accused in Quebec mosque shooting to resume March 30Toronto StarQuebec mosque shooting: Alexandre Bissonnette's case resumes March 30Montreal GazetteThe Loop (blog)all 9 news articles »

One killed in three-vehicle crash - Toronto Sun;

One killed in three-vehicle crash - Toronto Sun

Toronto SunOne killed in three-vehicle crashToronto SunOne person is dead and two others are injured after a three-vehicle crash in Vaughan on Monday morning. York Regional Police say the crash happened around 7:30 a.m. in the area of Keele St. and Rivermede Rd., near Hwy. 7, in Maple. One person was ...Vaughan crash leaves multiple people injuredCTV NewsOne dead, three injured in Vaughan crashToronto Star1 dead, 2 seriously injured in 3-vehicle Vaughan crashCBC.ca680 News -YorkRegion.com -CP24 Toronto's Breaking Newsall 8 news articles »

West Carleton Secondary evacuated pending investigation of odd odour - Ottawa Sun;

West Carleton Secondary evacuated pending investigation of odd odour - Ottawa Sun

Ottawa SunWest Carleton Secondary evacuated pending investigation of odd odourOttawa SunWest Carleton Secondary School in Dunrobin was closed Tuesday while officials investigate a gas smell in the building. Students were evacuated from the school Tuesday morning and sent by bus to Earl Of March Secondary School. The Ottawa-Carleton ...and more »

Funeral Service For Slain Bus Driver To Be held This Afternoon - 640 Toronto News;

Funeral Service For Slain Bus Driver To Be held This Afternoon - 640 Toronto News

640 Toronto NewsFuneral Service For Slain Bus Driver To Be held This Afternoon640 Toronto NewsWINNIPEG — A funeral service and a moment of silence will be held for Winnipeg bus driver, Irvine Fraser, who was killed on the job last week. Fraser, 58, was fatally stabbed by a passenger while he was stopped at the end of his route at University of ...Winnipeg Transit to hold moment of silence for slain bus driverMetroNews CanadaWinnipeg Transit drivers honour slain colleagueCTV NewsSlain bus driver Irvine Fraser's funeral to be held todayCBC.caMyToba -The Chronicle Journal -Winnipeg Sun -Tbnewswatch.comall 10 news articles »

Expect even more illegal border crossings come spring: lawyer - CTV News;

Expect even more illegal border crossings come spring: lawyer - CTV News

CTV NewsExpect even more illegal border crossings come spring: lawyerCTV NewsMore asylum seekers will illegally cross the Canada-U.S. border as U.S. President Donald Trump continues to pursue anti-immigration policies and harsh winter weather turns to spring, says one legal expert. A trend she worries will have deadly ...Fearing Trump, asylum seekers travel across US-Canada border, regardless of risksThe Globe and MailCanada-US border the final frontier for refugee-seekersToronto Star'They need help': Surge in donations following swell of asylum-seekersCBC.caMontreal Gazette -Huffington Post Canada -Minnesota Public Radio News -Calgary Sunall 29 news articles »

Chiropodist arrested after hidden camera found in health centre washroom - CP24 Toronto's Breaking News;

Chiropodist arrested after hidden camera found in health centre washroom - CP24 Toronto's Breaking News

CP24 Toronto's Breaking NewsChiropodist arrested after hidden camera found in health centre washroomCP24 Toronto's Breaking NewsA chiropodist at the Rexdale Community Health Centre is facing 12 charges after he allegedly used a hidden camera to film staff members inside a washroom. Police were dispatched to the health centre on Taber Road near Kipling Avenue and Rexdale ...Toronto man faces 12 charges in voyeurism investigationToronto StarMan charged after camera found in thermosWaterloo RecordEmployee allegedly filmed staff in community health centre washroom680 NewsGlobalnews.ca -Toronto Sun -640 Toronto Newsall 7 news articles »

Montreal declares itself a sanctuary city - The Globe and Mail;

Montreal declares itself a sanctuary city - The Globe and Mail

CBC.caMontreal declares itself a sanctuary cityThe Globe and MailMontreal city council passed a motion Monday making it the latest Canadian jurisdiction to declare itself a “sanctuary city” for non-status immigrants. The designation means undocumented refugees will have full access to local services regardless of ...Montreal becomes 'sanctuary city' after unanimous voteCBC.caMontreal councillors vote in favour of sanctuary city statusCTV NewsMontreal passes motion to become sanctuary cityMontreal GazetteTheChronicleHerald.ca -Globalnews.ca -The Independent -RTall 21 news articles »

Memorial for Airdrie boys who fell through thin ice grows - CTV News;

Memorial for Airdrie boys who fell through thin ice grows - CTV News

CTV NewsMemorial for Airdrie boys who fell through thin ice growsCTV NewsA memorial for a six-year-old boy who died when he fell through the ice while playing on a canal in Airdrie is growing while his 10-year-old brother remains in hospital. Residents in the community north of Calgary have been placing teddy bears, flowers ...6-year-old boy dies, brother in hospital after falling through ice in AirdrieGlobalnews.caBoy, 6, dies after falling through ice in AirdrieCBC.caAirdrie vigil after boys fall through ice; one diesCalgary HeraldNational Post -MetroNews Canada -630ched.com -Lethbridge Heraldall 24 news articles »

Canada's strategy needs to constrain Trump, not empower him - Toronto Sun;

Canada's strategy needs to constrain Trump, not empower him - Toronto Sun

Toronto SunCanada's strategy needs to constrain Trump, not empower himToronto SunDonald Trump is the KKK-endorsed, torture-approving, wall-building, authoritarian protectionist who may be compromised by the Russians. Remember that fact. In contrast, Canada's Prime Minister has built considerable political currency among US ...Mulroney warns of 'rough' NAFTA talks aheadThe Globe and MailDid Brian Mulroney just help strengthen Canada-US relations?Troy MediaTrudeau's policies 'economic suicide' in wake of Trump quakeWaterloo RecordCleanTechnica -Medicine Hat News -The Daily Courier (subscription) -WatertownDailyTimes.comall 18 news articles »

TSB warns air travellers of importance of seatbelts after severe turbulence incident - CTV News;

TSB warns air travellers of importance of seatbelts after severe turbulence incident - CTV News

CTV NewsTSB warns air travellers of importance of seatbelts after severe turbulence incidentCTV NewsTORONTO -- The Transportation Safety Board warned air travellers of the importance of wearing seatbelts as it released a report Monday that found a failure to buckle up left 21 people injured when a Toronto-bound flight hit severe turbulence in ...Buckle up when told by flight crews, TSB investigation recommendsCBC.caFlight report shows what happens if you don't wear your seatbelt during turbulence on an airplaneGlobalnews.caReport says Air Canada passengers hurt on turbulent flight were told to buckle upMetroNews Canada680 News -KelownaNow -MyToba -The South Bayview Bulldogall 12 news articles »

Provincial education funding announcement earns every public student in BC $50 - CBC.ca;

Provincial education funding announcement earns every public student in BC $50 - CBC.ca

CBC.caProvincial education funding announcement earns every public student in BC $50CBC.caThe B.C. government has announced some one-time funding for the province's education system to be used schools for supplies. The Student Learning Grant will provide $29.4 million dollars to both public and private schools in the coming weeks.BC public schools to get $29.4 million for suppliesThe ProvinceProvince announces $29.4-million boost for BC classroomsCTV Vancouver IslandText books & paint brushesCastanet.netMY PG NOWall 5 news articles »