Alberta scientists search for meteorite remains from late August shower
On August 31, Edmonton citizens were graced with quite a site as many managed to witness the streaking fireball of a meteorite blitzing past the city and lighting up the sky.
High-risk sex offender released in Halifax — police issue warning
Halifax Regional Police has issued a warning regarding the release of 46-year-old Jamie Alan Goreham, who police say is a convicted, high-risk sex offender.
Nonbinary pronoun “they” officially added to the Merriam-Webster Dictionary
Now, a fourth definition reads “used to refer to a single person whose gender identity is nonbinary”, with nonbinary being subsequently defined as a person who identifies as neither male or female.
Edmonton mother and soldier charged with arson and attempted murder of her three children
Chantal Condie, a 41-year-old Edmonton mother and corporal at CFB Edmonton, has been charged with arson and the attempted murder of her three children following her husband’s divorce of her.
Toronto police ask for public’s help finding man who allegedly exposed himself on GO train
A man alleged to have publicly exposed himself to a 34-year-old woman on September 15 is still on the loose.
Six countries potentially looking to interfere in the federal election: intelligence officials
He called this form of spying “old school,” compared to “new school” methods of hiring teams of social media persons and coders to manipulate algorithms and search results.
Over ten million dollars wasted on Ontario cannabis stores that were never opened
According to financial statements released by the Ontario Cannabis Retail Corporation (OCRC), at least $10.2 million was spent on cannabis stores that were never opened.
Autistic boy expelled from childcare centre for being “too expensive”
Martine Quevillon, Mickael’s mother, says that she’s extremely disappointed in the staff’s decision to exclude her son from receiving their services, especially considering the childcare centre received a large grant to provide accommodations.
Thirty-five-year sentence for B.C. man who murdered his wife and daughters
On September 17, Jacob Forman pleaded guilty to the second-degree murder of his wife, Clara Forman, and the first-degree murder of his two young daughters, seven-year-old Yesenia and eight-year-old Karina.
Trudeau dodging reporters and opting out of debates
For the last three days, Prime Minister Trudeau has come under fire for repeatedly dodging reporters and keeping silent, while all the other candidates are busing giving interviews, and comments.