TORONTO—A major online voting issue that forced more than 50 communities in Ontario to extend municipal election voting hours prompted questions on Tuesday about the integrity of the balloting process.
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WINNIPEG—Nazem Kadri finally broke his scoring drought with what turned out to be an important goal.
Kadri's first of the season stood up as the winner as the Toronto Maple Leafs doubled the Winnipeg Jets 4-2 last night.
“We need him to score and he knows that. So it's good he stuck with it and kept working, and now it will start going in,” said Leafs' coach Mike Babcock.
NANAIMO, B.C.—Federal New Democrat MP Sheila Malcolmson said she's been pondering her jump to provincial politics in British Columbia since the summer when she was approached by officials in Premier John Horgan's office.
WINNIPEG—New online maps let viewers zero in on how climate change will affect their part of Canada's boreal forest.
“It's designed to give information that's relevant to people where they live,” Danny Blair, co-director of the Prairie Climate Centre at the University of Winnipeg, said yesterday.
The centre released its climate atlas of Canada last spring.
Toronto Mayor John Tory easily won re-election yesterday after a spirited campaign marked by unprecedented interference from the provincial government while dozens of Ontario communities were forced to extend voting due to widespread technical difficulties.
WINNIPEG—A Manitoba government backbencher who made inappropriate comments to female staff has been ousted from the Progressive Conservative caucus.
Caucus chair Wayne Ewasko said he and his colleagues made the decision yesterday to expel Cliff Graydon after discussing what he called “repeated inappropriate behaviour.”
WINNIPEG—Mark Scheifele and his Winnipeg Jets' teammates didn't let a two-goal deficit get them down last night.
Defenceman Jacob Trouba scored his first goal of the season at 2:54 of overtime, and Scheifele finished with two goals and two assists, as Winnipeg topped the St. Louis Blues 5-4 after trailing 3-1 to start the third period.
OTTAWA—The federal government will return 90 percent of all the money it collects from a carbon price directly to the Canadians.
But it has pushed back the start date of its new carbon tax another four months to allow the affected provinces to prepare.
OTTAWA—Canada's top general is overhauling military morale-boosting tours after an internal investigation uncovered the extent of the problems with a 2017 trip to Latvia that resulted in a sexual-assault charge against a former NHL player.
TORONTO—While the Raptors ran their record to 4-0, and came close to a franchise record with 36 assists in their highest offensive output of the young season, coach Nick Nurse pointed to his defence after a 127-106 win over the Charlotte Hornets last night.
“I think we created a lot [of offence] out of our defence tonight, which I was probably more happy with,” he remarked.