Nation - Google News

CBC.ca
'I should see your face, and you should see mine,' Quebec premier says of new religious neutrality law
CBC.ca
A new law that would effectively force Muslim women who wear a niqab or burka to uncover their faces to use public services is based on a principle "the vast majority of Canadians, and not just Quebecers" can agree on, Premier Philippe Couillard said.
Politics briefing newsletter: Quebec's controversial Bill 62 passesThe Globe and Mail
COMMENTARY: Nobody is surprised Quebec is going after the niqab yet againGlobalnews.ca
Chris Selley: Cowardly Quebec Liberals pretend disgraceful niqab ban isn't really a niqab banNational Post
Montreal Gazette -MetroNews Canada -MTL Blog (blog) -Aljazeera.com
all 123 news articles »

CBC.ca
Windsor arenas have alarm systems to warn of ammonia leaks
CBC.ca
The man in charge of Windsor's arenas says the city has systems in place to prevent ammonia poisoning following the death of three workers at an arena in Fernie, British Columbia. The RCMP confirmed the men died in what they call a "workplace incident.".
Fernie residents shaken by deaths following gas leak at local arenaCP24 Toronto's Breaking News
BC mayor: Workers were doing maintenance when killed at arenaCTV News
Fatal ammonia leak at Fernie, BC, arena is the first in CanadaThe Globe and Mail
Globalnews.ca -Vancouver Sun -News1130 -BCLocalNews
all 112 news articles »

CP24 Toronto's Breaking News
Brampton woman killed in single-vehicle crash on Hwy. 410
CP24 Toronto's Breaking News
A 26-year-old woman has died in hospital following a single-vehicle collision on Highway 410 in Brampton on Wednesday night, police confirm. It happened in the southbound lanes of the highway near Steeles Avenue at around 11 p.m.. OPP Sgt. Kerry ...
Woman dies after highway rollover in BramptonCBC.ca
Woman dead after single-vehicle crash on Hwy. 410 in BramptonGlobalnews.ca
Woman, 26, killed in Highway 410 crashToronto Star
CTV News -CityNews -Brampton Guardian
all 7 news articles »

CBC.ca
Volunteer firefighter dies battling one of nearly a dozen wildfires in Alta., Sask.
CBC.ca
A volunteer firefighter from southern Alberta died while battling a blaze that straddled the border with Saskatchewan Tuesday night — one of almost a dozen windswept wildfires that forced hundreds of people to flee and torched homes in several ...
Firefighter who died battling Alberta wildfire remembered as 'great father'Globalnews.ca
Alberta firefighter dies battling wildfire that threatened communitiesCTV News
Wildfires take tragic toll with death of firefighter, loss of homes in rural AlbertaCalgary Herald
Regina Leader-Post -National Post -MetroNews Canada -Manitoba Co-operator
all 67 news articles »

CTV News
Bill Morneau seeks to ease the tax-reform fears of farmers and fishers
CTV News
OTTAWA -- Federal Finance Minister Bill Morneau is expected to announce changes today to his controversial tax proposals to address the concerns of farmers and fishers. Morneau will make the announcement at a farm alongside Agriculture Minister ...

and more »

CBC.ca
Police on the hunt for suspect in violent assault near St. Clair West subway station
CBC.ca
Toronto police are on the hunt for a suspect after a man was violently assaulted near the St. Clair West subway station earlier this week. According to police, two men got into a verbal argument near the station at St. Clair Avenue and Bathurst Street ...

and more »

Winnipeg Free Press
Free Press Head Start for Oct. 19
Winnipeg Free Press
Mark Grant freed: After a legal odyssey including a retrial, the accused killer of Candace Derksen was found not guilty on Wednesday for the 1984 abduction and killing of the 13-year-old schoolgirl. His lawyer said: "He obviously has got a lot of time ...
Candace Derksen's parents hold onto love with candlesCBC.ca
Man cleared in Winnipeg schoolgirl's 1984 murder: DNA used to convict, then DNA used to acquitNational Post
Mark Grant found not guilty in retrial in death of Winnipeg teen Candace DerksenThe Globe and Mail
Times Colonist
all 10 news articles »

News1130
Trudeau campaigns with candidate in Quebec ahead of federal byelection
News1130
ROBERVAL, Qc – Prime Minister Justin Trudeau is campaigning in Quebec today ahead of a federal byelection in the Lac-Saint-Jean riding next week. Trudeau will also spend Friday in the riding supporting the party's candidate, Richard Hebert, the ...

and more »

CTV News
State of emergency remains in place in Crowsnest Pass
CTV News
Officials have lifted a number of states of emergency in southern Alberta, but one remains in place because of an out of control wildfire near Crowsnest Pass. The blaze has burned 106 hectares near the community of Coleman, but authorities say it is ...
Conditional sentences don't count as jail time in immigration law: Supreme Court
Times Colonist
OTTAWA — The Supreme Court says conditional sentences don't count as jail time when it comes to deciding whether permanent residents convicted of a crime ought to lose their status in Canada. The top court also says that deciding whether a permanent ...

and more »
Google News