OTTAWA—Andrew Scheer is raising the spectre of a reckless, tax-and-spend Liberal-NDP coalition government to urge Canadians to hand the Conservatives a majority on Oct. 21.
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Vivian York recalls that the debris was still flying when she drove up to an intersection where the Humboldt Broncos hockey bus and a semi-truck carrying peat moss had just collided.
The nurse was coming home from a haircut and was the first person at the chaotic scene on a highway north of Tisdale, Sask., on April 6, 2018.
Sixteen people died and 13 others were injured.
The road should have been frozen solid, but it was anything but.
When drivers tried to travel the Mackenzie Valley winter road in the Northwest Territories last March, it was an unpassable highway of muck well before its usual closure date. Four communities were left without vehicle access.
WINNIPEG—Families forced to flee the Lake Manitoba First Nation are expressing frustration around evacuation efforts following a recent snowstorm that's left thousands of people in the province without electricity for days.
OTTAWA—Liberal Leader Justin Trudeau is leaving Ottawa for the West Coast today, though he's saying goodbye with an exceptionally early morning rally at a downtown food court before he departs.
With the last debate of the federal election campaign behind them, the leaders are beginning sprints to the finish line: voting day on Oct. 21.
MISSISSAUGA-Six men are facing dozens of charges for allegedly robbing a delivery truck loaded with nearly $7 million of electronics in March, police west of Toronto announced Wednesday.
The incident happened March 13 in Brampton, Ont., when two of the accused allegedly forced a delivery truck to stop and held the driver at gunpoint, Peel Regional Police said in a statement.
TORONTO—At least 25 “innocent” Canadian children are trapped in a refugee camp not far from where Turkey has launched a military offensive in northeastern Syria, an international charity said yesterday as it called on Ottawa to act now to rescue them.
OTTAWA—Anders Nilsson took the blame for the Ottawa Senators staying winless to start the season
Nilsson stopped 31 shots in his first start of the campaign as Ottawa fell to the Stanley Cup champion St. Louis Blues 6-4 last night.
NEW WESTMINSTER, B.C.—A man accused of gunning down a police officer in Abbotsford, B.C., sat in the prisoner's box without reacting as a judge read out her verdict of “guilty” in his first-degree murder trial.
Justice Carol Ross of the B.C. Supreme Court found Oscar Arfmann guilty in the death of Const. John Davidson in 2017.
QUEBEC—Ugo Fredette had reached a breaking point the day two people including his ex-wife were killed, and his actions and decisions were fuelled by that break, his lawyer told his jury trial yesterday.