Ontario train derailment leads to leaking crude oil
CN has made an announcement that approximately 30 cars are leaking crude oil after a train derailed Tuesday night, just west of Fort Frances, Ont.
Rental rates three times income growth in several Canadian cities
Several mid-sized Canadian cities followed the trend of raising rental rates in January.
Gas prices expected to spike amid pipeline protests
Analysts are suggesting that the anti-pipeline protests that have blockaded railways, roads and certain ports are likely to result in a spike in gas prices.
WATCH: Toronto pizza guy calls customer gay slur, refuses service
Ontario pizza chain Gino’s Pizza has been embroiled in a scandal with the LGBTQ community after a customer was referred to as a faggot by a Gino’s employee.
BLOC HEAD: Blanchet to propose motion to bring down Alberta Teck mine
A new motion will be introduced by the Bloc Quebecois asking the government to call off the Frontier Teck mine that has been proposed in northern Alberta.
Via Rail to reopen routes from Quebec City to Ottawa, other routes still closed indefinitely
Via Rail announced this morning that CN has notified them that partial routes between Quebec City, Montreal and Ottawa will be back up and running Feb. 20.
Westbank First Nation member questions hereditary chiefs’ anti-pipeline support
A woman of the Westbank First Nation questions the supports hereditary chiefs have for opposing the CostalGas Link pipeline.
CN Rail forced to lay off employees as anti-pipeline protests continue
CN Rail is ceasing operations of its whole network east of Toronto due to ongoing anti-pipeline protests close to Belleville, Ont.
Psychedelic drug companies prepare to enter Toronto stock market
Companies are starting to develop medical treatments from psychedelic drugs such as LSD, ketamine and magic mushrooms.