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  • No negotiations scheduled before strike deadline for York University contract staff, union says

    March 3, 2018 7:04 PM 18

    The bargaining team for CUPE 3903, representing contract faculty members, teaching assistants, graduate assistants, research assistants and part-time librarians and archivists, says staff are planning to go on strike Monday after rejecting the university’s final offer Friday. A union representing contract staff at York University in Toronto says there

  • ‘Painstaking’ investigation begins after massive Streetsville fire

    March 3, 2018 6:02 PM 16

    Some 1,100 residents were still without power Saturday afternoon after a massive blaze engulfed a construction site near Tannery St. and Joymar Dr. in Streetsville. Mississauga’s fire marshal will be starting a “painstaking” investigation today after an explosion and a massive blaze engulfed a construction site near a seniors’ residence and a high school

  • Missing boy, 11, last seen in Winnipeg's North End

    March 3, 2018 4:05 PM 18

    Police are concerned about the well-being of Kingsley Meekis, last seen Thursday afternoon Kingsley Meekis went missing on Thursday in Winnipeg's North End. Police say they are concerned about his well-being and are asking for help finding him. (Winnipeg Police Service) Winnipeg police are asking for help finding an 11-year-old boy who was last seen two days ago in Winnipeg's

  • Conservationists want emergency order to save killer whales off B.C. coast

    March 2, 2018 9:25 PM 18

    The federal government’s failure to issue an emergency order ahead of fishing and whale-watching season could mean their extinction, several conservation groups said. VANCOUVER—Several conservation groups say the federal government’s failure to issue an emergency order reducing threats to endangered orcas off the B.C. coast ahead of fishing and whale-watching

  • Acquittal of Raymond Cormier in Tina Fontaine’s death disappoints Winnipeg police chief

    March 2, 2018 7:18 PM 20

    Cormier was found not guilty last week of second-degree murder in the death of Fontaine, whose body was wrapped in a duvet cover and weighed down with rocks when it was found in the Red River. Winnipeg’s police chief says he’s disappointed that a jury acquitted a man accused of killing 15-year-old teenager Tina Fontaine. Raymond Cormier was found not guilty

  • Winnipeg police chief 'didn't sleep for a week' following not-guilty verdict in Raymond Cormier trial

    March 2, 2018 5:40 PM 30

    Chief Danny Smyth makes first comments in wake of trial of man accused of killing Tina Fontaine Winnipeg police Chief Danny Smyth says he did not sleep for a week after a jury declared Raymond Cormier not guilty of killing Tina Fontaine. In his first comments about the case since last month's verdict, Chief Smyth said Friday that Winnipeg's homicide

  • Police find human remains in vehicle linked to missing Markham man Eugene Kim

    March 2, 2018 4:33 PM 19

    Kim was last seen in October, when he dropped off his children at school. Police have found human remains in an SUV believed to belong to a Markham man who disappeared more than three months ago. Eugene Kim, 38, was last seen the morning of Oct. 2, in the area of Bayview Ave. and Royal Orchard Blvd., after he dropped off his young children at school

  • War of words erupts between CTV reporter Marci Ien, Toronto police over racism accusations

    March 2, 2018 3:18 PM 25

    The TV journalist wrote an op-ed claiming she was pulled over because she’s Black. Yet senior Toronto officers have taken to social media to dispute her version of events. A war of words has erupted between Toronto police and a broadcast journalist who claims she was pulled over because she is black. Marci Ien, a co-host for CTV’s The Social, wrote an opinion

  • Apple hauled before parliamentary committee to explain battery scandal

    March 1, 2018 8:21 PM 29

    'Canadians need to stick up for their rights,' said NDP MP Brian Masse Apple Canada is being forced to testify in front of a parliamentary committee later today about its role in the iPhone battery scandal. The company admitted in December that it secretly slowed down the software on older phones — something it argued was necessary to avoid unexpected

  • Trudeau Liberals block Tory attempt to have national security adviser testify on India sabotage claims

    March 1, 2018 5:46 PM 18

    Conservative MPs wanted Daniel Jean to explain a media briefing last week that suggested factions within the Indian government tried to undermine Prime Minister Justin Trudeau’s heavily criticized trip to India. OTTAWA—Liberal MPs on the House of Commons National Security Committee have thwarted a Conservative bid to summon the government’s national