Canada

Wayne Simmonds, other Maple Leafs depth forwards get final chance to make impression

Breadcrumb Trail Links Toronto Maple Leafs NHL Hockey Toronto Maple Leafs forward Wayne Simmonds has had a good training camp.…

Read More »

LEAFS NOTES: “We have a lot to prove … but we’re a confident bunch,” Rielly says

Breadcrumb Trail Links Toronto Maple Leafs NHL Hockey Publishing date: Oct 06, 2022  •  41 minutes ago  •  4 minute read…

Read More »

Families of murder victims bring outrage over Supreme Court decision to Parliament | CBC News

Families of murder victims went before a committee of MPs on Thursday to condemn a controversial Supreme Court of Canada decision on sentencing…

Read More »

Man held on tracks as railcar approached in B.C.’s Fraser Valley, police say

A 47-year-old man has been charged with attempted murder after he allegedly held someone in front of an approaching…

Read More »

Global Affairs broke rules by promoting executive who slapped, yelled at staff, watchdog says | CBC News

The federal government’s integrity watchdog has concluded that Global Affairs Canada committed gross mismanagement by failing to keep employees safe from…

Read More »

Alberta’s UCP set to pick new premier as Jason Kenney’s time winds down

CALGARY—The announcement of Albert’s new premier-designate has been pushed back more than an hour as the party said it was…

Read More »

Poilievre condemned for use of YouTube tag targeting ‘misogynistic’ groups

Prime Minister Justin Trudeau and the Liberals are accusing Pierre Poilievre of “using his videos to appeal to far-right…

Read More »

Blue Jays a disappointment for bettors in 2022 regular season

Article content The Toronto Blue Jays broke some hearts by taking only one win from their regular season-ending doubleheader on…

Read More »

Canadian women’s national team takes lumps in exhibition win against Argentina

Breadcrumb Trail Links Soccer As a developing women’s soccer country, Argentina do not have the talent to match Canada on…

Read More »

Military personnel shortage will get worse before it gets better, top soldier says | CBC News

The country’s top military commander said Thursday that the Canadian Armed Forces’ (CAF) problems with recruiting and retaining soldiers, sailors and air…

Read More »
Back to top button
Close