Ontario and Quebec meat recall — at least a dozen sick after salmonella outbreak
At least eight more beef products from Ontario have been recalled due to E Coli contamination, as well as several products in Quebec.
Trudeau Liberals to comply with Trans Mountain pipeline demands
After losing every single seat in both Alberta and Saskatchewan, Prime Minister Justin Trudeau has dialled back his climate policy rhetoric.
Environment Canada tells Alberta to brace for more snow
Despite a snowstorm earlier this month, Environment Canada predicts another snowstorm will descend on western and northern regions of the province, accompanied by 90 km/h winds.
Two more bedbug outbreaks found in government buildings
Two additional bedbug cases in federal government offices have been found less than a week after downtown offices in Montreal had to be closed due to significant infestations.
Former Ontario priest gets two-year sentence for stealing $1 million in refugee funds
Father Amer Saka, a former Catholic priest operating at churches in London and Kitchener, has just been sentenced to two years in prison for defrauding refugees and their families of nearly $1 million in funds.
Trump administration sues California over climate pact with Quebec
The United States federal government is suing California and other state entities, accusing them of trying to conduct their own foreign policy with Quebec by entering into a climate agreement.
Massive house explosion in Manitoba leaves one dead and another critically injured
Late Tuesday evening, a massive house explosion in Brandon, Manitoba left one 63-year-old woman dead and a 63-year-old man critically injured. Police say that he needed to be airlifted to a Winnipeg hospital.
Bed Bath & Beyond cancels Jack-o’-lanterns over blackface complaints
While our prime minister can survive a blackface scandal, the same can’t be said for these pumpkins.
Montreal man kills his two young children, takes his own life
On Monday, two children in Montreal were found killed by their father, who later committed suicide.
Thirty-nine people found dead in back of transport truck east of London, England
On Wednesday, October 23, Essex Police discovered a transport truck containing the dead bodies of 39 people believed to be from Bulgaria. 38 have been identified as adults, while 1 was a teen. All 39 were pronounced dead on site.