The Ontario government says it is creating a new entity to manage online gaming, including single-game betting, and it hopes that the enterprise will be taking bets by the end of the year. In a news release Tuesday, the Ford government said that iGaming Ontario will be a new subsidiary
OTTAWA – A bill creating a statutory holiday to commemorate the tragic legacy of residential schools in Canada was passed unanimously Thursday by the Senate. Bill C-5 was expected to receive royal assent later Thursday, in time for Sept. 30 to become the first national day for truth and reconciliation.
PORTAPIQUE, N.S. — Creating a memorial for those killed in Nova Scotia’s mass shooting is a delicate task at a time when families continue to grieve and communities are reluctant to revisit horror, say volunteers working on the project. “We’re just getting started really. It’s quite a process,” Cees van
Michelle McQuigge, The Canadian Press Published Thursday, January 16, 2020 12:59PM EST Canada’s national police force is taking part in the massive effort to identify dozens of Canadians killed in last week’s plane crash in Iran. While no RCMP officers are currently on the ground in Tehran, where the Ukrainian
Lexy Benedict, CP24.com Published Thursday, November 7, 2019 8:13AM EST Last Updated Thursday, November 7, 2019 9:15AM EST TTC is currently investigating an issue on Line 2 that has forced staff to suspend service between Pape and St. George station this morning. TTC spokesperson Kadeem Griffiths said that there was
TORONTO – An advocacy group pushing for justice system reforms to help the wrongly convicted will be making an announcement today in Toronto. Innocence Canada says two of the country’s major federal parties have committed to creating a special tribunal to investigate wrongful convictions. The organization did not say which
TORONTO — Ontario is creating a task force on improving the province’s resilience to flooding. Premier Doug Ford and Natural Resources Minister John Yakabuski say in a statement that floods over the past few weeks have had devastating effects on Ontario communities. They say Ontarians can’t endure that every
Jennifer Critch hopes to spend Christmas morning watching her two young daughters play with a brand new train table. But the southwestern Ontario mom is getting anxious the toy won’t be delivered in time by Canada Post, which says it is trying to clear an unprecedented backlog following a