Canadian cab driver sentenced to 16 months in US prison for smuggling illegal immigrants under Detroit river
A Canadian from Windsor has been sentenced to 16 months in a US prison for human smuggling.
Police say Labrador man assaulted paramedic, stole ambulance and crashed into ditch
Flower’s Cove RCMP say a patient who was being taken to a hospital on Friday in an ambulance assaulted a paramedic and stole the ambulance he was riding in.
Ford government redesigns Ontario driver’s license cards to combat identity theft
The Ford government is taking extra steps to combat fraud and identity theft with its new redesign of Ontario driver’s license cards. The last time the cards were updated was 12 years ago.
As 33% of Alberta restaurants consider closing, they hope the next provincial government will rejuvenate sector
Alberta restaurants are hopeful the next provincial government will introduce policies that will help the food service industry.
Revenge invasion: ISIS claims responsibility for global attacks that killed over 350 in three days, plans more European massacres
The Islamic State may be severely weakened, but it’s far from totally dead. Yesterday, the radical terror group claimed responsibility for coordinated attacks across the world that killed 362 people in three days.
Gas prices in B.C. are so high, they’ve just shattered a North American record
Gas stations across British Columbia are seeing prices skyrocket to highs never seen before. Hold onto your wallets, because that price is…
Labrador man who faces child pornography charge sentenced to 90 days house arrest for sexual assault
A 51-year-old Labrador man who is facing a charge of possessing child pornography, was given a conditional sentence of 90 days of house arrest for sexual assault.
Chick-Fil-A hosts fan event, will open its first-ever Ontario location this year
Great news, chicken-lovers. The first-ever Toronto Chick-Fil-A is scheduled to open later this year.
Ontario could eliminate daylight savings time if private member’s bill passes
An Ontario MPP’s private member’s bill would see the province move its clocks forward one last time in March of 2020 and skip the “fall back” in November.