Kitchener woman charged after causing massive London explosion that injured seven
Twenty-three-year-old Daniella Alexandra Leis of Kitchener has been criminally charged with four counts of impaired operation causing bodily harm, and…
Conservatives retain lead according to most recent polling data
According to aggregate polling data released Friday from the CBC, Conservatives have retained their moderate 3% lead over the Liberals,…
Liberal MP found guilty of conflict-of-interest, but no action will be taken
Liberal MP Anita Vandenbeld has been found guilty of using her position of authority to advocate for her husband Don…
LCBO has a severe alcohol shortage, and people are not happy
How can you fail at running a liquor store? Well, Ontario has found a way. According to a CTV report,…
Queen puts down purse and picks up shovel just like her grandmother
Despite having reached the dignified age of 93, the Queen wants you to know she is “still perfectly capable of…
Oklahoma to continue pursuing legal action against notorious opioid manufacturer
An Oklahoman judge has just denied notorious drug manufacturer Johnson & Johnson and Janssen Pharmaceuticals’ motion to end Oklahoma’s public-nuisance.
Alberta man charged after police find drugs and handgun in dayhome
Police have laid charges after a handgun and drugs were allegedly found in a Hidden Valley dayhome last week.
Toronto sports fans are classless, but isn’t that human nature?
Toronto fans are classless, and it might be the only interesting thing about them. They cheer when someone’s hurt, they throw beer onto the field when an umpire applies the rules from the MLB rulebook, or tossing their Leafs jersey on the ice after a tough loss against the Predators, Toronto fans know how to show their ugly side, and it’s pretty fun.
It’s official: Beer is coming to Ontario corner stores
The break of the contract will mean that Ontarians will pay $100 million in penalty fees, but they will also be able to buy alcohol at their local corner store. According to CBC, the compensation will be rewarded to the Beer Store and the brewers for the lost income that would result in breaking the contract six years early.