Monday, September 20, 2021
MONTREAL — A Black Montreal man wrongfully arrested and detained for six days who is suing police and prosecutors for more than $1 million was not the victim of racial profiling, a judge concluded in a report released Friday. Police...
OTTAWA — Maj.-Gen. Dany Fortin's lawyers are fighting a federal attempt to quash their client's lawsuit over his removal as head of Canada's vaccine distribution campaign. In a newly filed Federal Court submission, they say the government's motion to toss...
WINNIPEG — Police say a Winnipeg man is facing almost a dozen charges related to sexual assaults alleged to have occurred more than 25 years ago. Police said Thursday the sex crimes unit was contacted earlier this summer by two...
MISSISSAUGA, Ont. — A re-elected Liberal government would certify provincial vaccine passports for use in international travel as an interim measure until a federal version is put in place, Liberal Leader Justin Trudeau said Friday. Asked to lay out a...
A woman who fled to Canada as a refugee, after her husband shot her in the face in Afghanistan, says she's getting heartbreaking pleas for help from women still trapped in the country. Shakila Zareen, when she was only 17 years...
Premier Doug Ford is meeting with his ministers Tuesday afternoon to deliberate on the details of a COVID-19 vaccine passport system for Ontario, a source told CBC/Radio-Canada, after an initial plan was rejected by cabinet last night. A source with...
Each new federal election cycle in Canada seems to bring with it the perennial question of what parties say they would do to protect or improve abortion access, and the current election is no different. Liberal Leader Justin Trudeau on Wednesday laid out a series of...
Quebec recorded 64 new COVID-19 cases and 10 additional deaths, the majority of which stem from last month, on Thursday. The government says some of the newly reported fatalities come from a data catchup. Nine deaths reported in the last 24 hours...
Prime Minister Justin Trudeau is staying silent on the possibility of a summer election, insisting Wednesday that his campaign-style tour across the country this week is simply to highlight the ongoing work of his government. Trudeau was in Calgary to announce federal...
WINNIPEG -- Several emergency crews were dispatched north of Winnipeg Sunday evening after a child was reported to be missing in the water. The Clandeboye Fire Department was called for a water rescue just after 5 p.m. at the gravel...
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