OTTAWA - Conservative Leader Erin O’Toole said his party doesn’t have confidence in the Liberal government, but that doesn’t mean every issue needs to turn into a confidence vote.
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Hundreds of people are being evacuated from a remote First Nation in northwestern Ontario due to a water crisis, the community’s chief said Wednesday, accusing the federal and provincial governments of “dehumanizing” inaction.
MONO, Ont. - Provincial police say they’ve charged a man who was allegedly driving despite having eight separate lifetime bans from driving.
They say an officer saw a vehicle speeding on a road in Mono, Ont., on Tuesday, and pulled him over.
Police say the officer then realized that the Toronto man has numerous criminal prohibitions from driving.
TORONTO–Lawyers say they are close to finalizing details that would allow a trial by Zoom for a man who killed 10 people when he drove a rental van down a busy Toronto sidewalk.
Alek Minassian faces 10 counts of first-degree murder and 16 counts of attempted murder in connection with the April 2018 incident.
LONDON–The British government and officials in Manchester, England’s second-largest city, were still talking Tuesday after a noon deadline passed for the city to agree to tighter coronavirus measures.
KINGSTON, Ont.–A board of trustees has approved Queen’s University’s decision to remove the name of Sir John A. Macdonald from its law school building.
The move marks the end of a months-long process that began after a petition to change the name gathered support.
MONTREAL–Nurses and other health-care workers blocked two major bridges in Montreal and Quebec City Monday, escalating pressure tactics to push the province to address working conditions they say have worsened during the COVID-19 pandemic.
An Ottawa constable charged in the death of a Somali Canadian man is expected to learn his fate today.
Ontario Court Justice Robert Kelly is set to present his verdict in the case of Const. Daniel Montsion, who has pleaded not guilty to manslaughter, aggravated assault and assault with a weapon.
VICTORIA - An earthquake in Alaska caused officials to assess the possibility of a tsunami in British Columbia on Monday before they determined there was no threat.
The 7.5-magnitude earthquake struck off the coast of the Alaska Peninsula, prompting tsunami warnings for a vast swath of communities in the northern U.S. state.
ASBESTOS, Que.–The Quebec town synonymous with the cancer-causing fibre asbestos has voted for a new name: Val-des-Sources. Mayor Hugues Grimard said Monday night during a live-streamed council meeting that Val-des-Sources won with 51.5 per cent of the vote after three rounds.
“It’s a name that represents our area, and especially, it’s inspiring for the future,” he said.