The 2019 NBA draft is in books. This was an eventful night at the Barclays Center in Brooklyn, featuring tears, excellent (and not-so-wonderful) organisations, and many false caps. The presumptive top three pixels – Ducas Sion Williamson, J M Mourren of Murray State and RJ Barrett of Duke – went 1 – 2 – 3. […]
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Sonic the Hedgehog is coming to the big screen in a live-action movie set to arrive in 2019. Here’s your first look… Sonic the Hedgehog, veteran of countless video games, animated series, and a long-running comic book series from Archie Comics is coming to the big screen. Deadpool director Tim Miller is going to serve as executive […]
Postal workers in Canada are delivering parcels seven days a week to ensure they will be in time for the holidays, says Canada Post’s largest union.
Weeks after child killer Terri-Lynne McClintic was returned to prison after being transferred to an Indigenous healing lodge, the victim’s father is now reporting that her co-conspirator in the murder, Michael Rafferty, was transferred to a medium security prison in March.
A black person in Toronto is nearly 20 times more likely than a white person to be shot and killed by police, according to a new Ontario Human Rights Commission report on race and policing.
The Ontario Human Rights Commission is releasing the findings from an extensive inquiry into racial profiling and discrimination by Toronto police. It is expected to be the most detailed report on police and race ever conducted in Ontario.
A B.C. man whose Florida vacation was ruined after Air Canada lost his luggage, says agents never told him he could claim up to $2,100 for necessities while away. An airline passenger rights advocate says Air Canada is ‘lying’ to passengers to avoid paying compensation that is rightfully owed.
One in four people surveyed say they have either experienced a shortage of their medication, or know someone who has, as Canada grapples with a “dire” problem.
Prime Minister Justin Trudeau says his Liberal government is doubling down on deficit spending, a move contrary to his campaign promise of balanced budgets, because he believes it has proven to work.
The finance ministers from Canada’s provinces and territories are meeting with their federal counterpart in Ottawa to discuss the country’s economy, competitiveness and trade.