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Toronto's Pride Prade festivities get in progress on Sunday evening. As a huge number of Canadians will slip on the city to celebrate decent variety, acceptance and to march in protest, Pride Toronto security has been heightened. In the Toronto's...
Air Canada says it is investigating how crew members could have landed from a plane without noticing a sleeping passenger who was left behind The airline was reacting to an occurrence including a lady who described waking up "all alone"'...
When questioned by interviewers about migrant children detained at the southern border, President Donald Trump has attempted to guide the fault toward the past organization, saying previous President Barack Obama started the strategy of separating those kids from their...
Canada has approved the Trans Mountain expansion project after a government court sent it back for review last summer. The choice could represent a challenge for PM Justin Trudeau as he heads into a race season prone to be...
Almost 400 Ontarians died the bucket from opioid overdose's the previous summer, as indicated by new provincial information. Public Health Ontario has released updated insights that demonstrate 388 individuals kicked the bucket from narcotic related causes from July to September...
Injuries not life-threatening, arrests made 'incredibly quickly,' police chief says Four people were shot at a rally celebrating the Toronto Raptors' first NBA championship on Monday afternoon, as indicated by police, in the midst of a celebration that saw a...
Secondary school understudies in Nanaimo have made a request requesting that the commonplace government move to a quit organ-gift framework. B.C. currently requires people to enroll in the event that they need to be organ donors — a similar convention...
New polling numbers recommend a majority part of Canadians accept the government should confine the number of immigrants it acknowledges — a public opinion trend that Immigration Minister Ahmed Hussen says he finds concerning. Sixty-three percent of respondents to an...
Canada has just passed legislation that bans keeping whales, dolphins, and porpoises in captivity for entertainment, as well as the trade, possession, capture and breeding of cetaceans. Bill S-203, also known as the “Ending the Captivity of Whales and Dolphins...
Father’s Day 2019 Gift Ideas: Father’s Day is around the corner, so it’s time you started deciding on what you shall be gifting your old man. 1. If health is one of the priorities for you, then a Fitbit could...