LETHBRIDGE, Alta.—An assault charge has been laid against one man and is pending against a second person after an attack on a referee and a coach at a youth hockey tournament in Lethbridge, Alta.
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OTTAWA—Patty Hajdu remembers encountering an angry—and racist—person at the doorstep.
“I hit a door where someone said, 'Oh, you're a Liberal?'” Hajdu, the federal employment minister seeking re-election in Thunder Bay, Ont., recalls of her experience in the 2015 campaign.
TORONTO—Editors at campus newspapers across Ontario say government-mandated changes to tuition fees have forced them to look for creative ways to deal with the funding shortage—a reality that mirrors the broader media landscape.
THUNDER BAY, Ont.—An 18-year-old woman accused of making repeated online threats that prompted authorities to shut down a high school in Thunder Bay, Ont., more than a dozen times is facing new charges.
Police say the threats to city high schools—mostly targeting Hammarskjold High School—came in through the Crime Stoppers website earlier this year.
TORONTO — Gas stations refusing to put mandatory anti-carbon-price stickers on their pumps will face daily fines of $150, a penalty that is at the lower end of the range established by a controversial law Ontario's Progressive Conservatives passed earlier this year.
TORONTO—Ontario education workers will be in a legal strike position as of the week of Sept. 23, as their union took the first step Thursday toward job action.
The Canadian Union of Public Employees is still in the midst of conducting a strike vote with its members, but on Thursday requested what is known as a “no-board report.”
OTTAWA—A new University of Calgary study is predicting Russian interference in the federal election campaign to serve what it describes as the Kremlin's long-term interest of competing against Canada in the Arctic.
TORONTO—Changes to post-secondary tuition fees in Ontario have sparked concern that school food banks could lose money, which could lead to some students going hungry.
The so-called student choice initiative, announced by the provincial government in January, allows college and university students to opt out of fees that fund campus groups, student newspapers and clubs.
TORONTO—Proposed changes to ambulance rules in Ontario could see paramedics take patients to facilities other than a hospital emergency department, or treat them and release them on scene.
People calling 911 for medical assistance could also be directed to other facilities in the community.
WINNIPEG—Manitoba Mounties say they have located a vehicle belonging to an army reservist relieved of his duties over allegations that he belongs to a neo-Nazi group.
RCMP have said Patrik Mathews was last seen by family members in Beausejour, northeast of Winnipeg, on Aug. 24.