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  • 4 found dead at scene of suspicious vehicle fire: Timmins police

    April 21, 2018 8:57 PM 7

    Investigators are working to identify bodies of victims, when fire broke out Timmins police say they believe they found the bodies of four people when investigating a suspicious vehicle fire near Timmins, Ont. Local police were first aware of the incident on Price Road, approximately six kilometres south of Dalton Road, in Price Township, late Friday

  • Alberta snowmobiler killed in 2-sled collision near Revelstoke, B.C

    April 21, 2018 7:53 PM 6

    Police say one sledder was coming down the mountain when another crossed paths An Alberta man driving a snowmobile on Boulder Mountain near Revelstoke, B.C. has died after two snowmobiles collided, RCMP said. B.C. Ambulance Service was called around 11:30 a.m. on Friday to a two-vehicle crash on the mountain. Police said one sledder was headed down the mountain

  • Doug Ford names Mike Harris’s son as PC candidate in flurry of pre-election appointments

    April 21, 2018 6:24 PM 7

    Progressive Conservative leader makes unprecedented move in tapping 11 candidates to run in June 7 election. Brown has denied the allegations and is suing CTV News, which stands by the Jan. 24 story that led to the tumult in the Tory party. Supporters of the former leader had initially hoped MP Alex Nuttall or former MPP Garfield Dunlop, both of whom are close

  • Doug Ford says he’ll take ‘high road’ after crude comment by Liberal organizer

    April 21, 2018 4:55 PM 7

    David Herle, campaign co-chair for Premier Kathleen Wynne, has apologized for a remark made about the Tory leader on TV. CHATHAM, Ont.—A senior campaign official for the Ontario Liberals is apologizing for a crude comment he made on live television about Progressive Conservative Leader Doug Ford. David Herle, campaign co-chair for Premier Kathleen Wynne

  • BP granted approval to start drilling off Nova Scotia's coast

    April 21, 2018 4:38 PM 8

    Project has been strongly opposed by Mi'kmaq communities BP Canada has been given the green light to start drilling off Nova Scotia's coast. On Saturday, the Canada-Nova Scotia Offshore Petroleum Board (CNSOPB) granted approval for the company to begin drilling one deepwater exploration well about 300 kilometres offshore. BP has applied to drill a total

  • 'You can't say enough about Mark Cross as a person': Funeral Saturday for assistant Broncos coach

    April 21, 2018 4:00 PM 7

    Cross, 27, joined Broncos for the 2017-18 season Mark Cross was a ferocious competitor when he played hockey, but the assistant coach for the Humboldt Broncos had a calming presence on his players, teammates and friends. Cross, who was 27, was one of 16 people who died on April 6 when the junior hockey team's bus and a semi-truck collided at a rural

  • Progressive justice, environmental, housing policies are priorities for grassroots Liberals

    April 21, 2018 11:45 AM 6

    Liberal delegates at Halifax convention will vote on final 15 priority resolutions today Liberal Party members have short-listed their policy priorities, with universal pharmacare, decriminalizing drugs and the sex trade, and an underwater tunnel link to Newfoundland making the cut. Today is the final day of a three-day convention in Halifax, an unofficial

  • Bought bitcoin in 2017? Here's how cryptocurrency is taxed in Canada

    April 21, 2018 10:00 AM 7

    Trying to hide your crypto gains is not worth the risk, accountant says So, you read all the headlines in 2017 about the millions of dollars to be made in cryptocurrencies like bitcoin and ethereum, and you took the investment plunge. Maybe you made big money, maybe just a few thousand dollars. But even though the word crypto comes from the Greek word for hidden

  • Four Alberta United Conservative members will not seek re-election next year

    April 20, 2018 9:46 PM 9

    The four include Wayne Drysdale, who represents Grande Prairie Wapiti, Pat Stier from Livingstone Macleod, Little Bow’s David Schneider and Bonnyville Cold Lake member Scott Cyr. In a release, leader Jason Kenney thanks the four for their service, and notes the party is attracting new candidates that reflect a more diverse Alberta. “On behalf of our party

  • Minister, chair have concerns about Halton board amid fundraising controversy

    April 20, 2018 5:25 PM 4

    Question whether focus on policy may be interfering with trustees’ ability to carry out duties. The ongoing outrage over a restrictive fundraising policy has both the education minister and chair of the Halton Catholic board questioning whether trustees there can still properly carry out their duties. The policy — which sparked a number of student walkouts