OTTAWA – Public Safety Canada says a contingent from the Canadian Armed Forces is expected to “be in position” Monday to decide where to deploy eight critical care nurses that will help Alberta combat the fourth wave of COVID-19. The federal agency also says the Canadian Red Cross is planning
OTTAWA – Jenica Atwin has adjusted her position on Israel to align with the governing Liberal party she joined just four days ago. The Fredericton MP left the Greens on Thursday after openly criticizing party leader Annamie Paul’s call for de-escalation of the recent deadly hostilities between Israel and Palestinians.
An Ontario doctor alleged he was removed as the interim medical director of critical care at William Osler Health System this month because of his comments regarding the province’s pandemic response. Dr. Brooks Fallis said in a statement to CP24 that he was disappointed with the decision of William Osler
The Canadian Press Published Friday, November 29, 2019 6:18PM EST Last Updated Friday, November 29, 2019 6:25PM EST TORONTO – The union representing the province’s English Catholic teachers says it is moving closer to a legal strike position. The Ontario English Catholic Teachers’ Association (OECTA) requested a “no-board” report on
TORONTO – Teachers in Ontario’s public elementary schools are moving toward a legal strike position. The Elementary Teachers’ Federation of Ontario and the government met with a conciliator today amid tense contract talks. The union says it is now requesting what is known as a no-board report, which can take
OTTAWA — One of Conservative leader Andrew Scheer’s main challengers during the party’s leadership race says if Scheer had been clear at the time on how he’d handle abortion debates, he might never have won. But Brad Trost says it should still come as no surprise to social conservatives that
OTTAWA — Transport Minister Marc Garneau is set to update Ottawa’s position on the Boeing 737 Max 8, the aircraft that crashed in Ethiopia, and whether Canada will fall in line with other nations that have grounded the planes. Garneau is scheduled to address Canada’s plan and safety concerns