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.
Liberals vote against investigating Jody Wilson-Raybould supreme court leaks
The Liberal majority has turned down a motion to investigate Jody Wilson-Raybould’s Supreme Court justice appointment leak.
Two students injured after school bus rolls into ditch east of Toronto
A school bus driver and two students have been transported to a hospital with minor injuries after a school bus rolled into a ditch east of Toronto.
Alberta RCMP charge 16-year-old boy after explosive-making chemicals found
A 16-year-old boy has been charged with making an explosive substance after Lloydminster RCMP received a call that explosives were being kept at a storage facility.
McGill to change “racist” Redmen name
Every time I walk downtown and see literally dozens of homeless First Nations people, or when I read about the Prime Minister mocking First Nations activists protesting mercury poisoning on reserves, gestures like this seem particularly empty.
Calgary police notified about Alberta Party sign vandalism caught on video
“He doesn’t have a right to intimidate,” said Gar. “When things like this happen we are just giving people more reasons why they shouldn’t live in this riding, why they should feel that they are not at home.”
Ford government unveils 2019 budget, promises to end deficit in five years
The Ontario government is ushering in a new era of spending in their first official budget.
“All options on the table” to combat social media interference, misinformation: Liberal minister
Concerns about accountability and free speech came to the fore at parliament’s House Affairs committee as opposition members grilled Democratic Institutions minister Karina Gould over plans to regulate social media under the rubric preventing election interference.