Ontario town to accept Bitcoin for property tax payments
Innisfil will participate in a one year pilot project to allow its residents to pay property taxes with Bitcoin, the world’s most popular cryptocurrency.
Peel Region high school launches antisemitic campaign: CIJA
In the latest development, the Peel District School Board issued a public tweet saying that their officials are aware of the campaign and are investigating.
Trudeau government gives Ottawa $7 million to house asylum seekers
Ottawa city will receive roughly $7 million dollars to help with asylum seeker housing.
Six puppies tied together and left for dead—police ask public for tips
In a gruesome act of animal cruelty, six puppies were tied together by their rear paws and left to die and decompose at a home in London, Ontario.
Update: Markham kidnapping case — arrest made, Victim found with minor injuries
York police have arrested a 35 year old Toronto man in relation the armed kidnapping of 22-year-old Wanzhen Lu, a Chinese national.