Farmers' mental health program gets big funding increase
The P.E.I. Federation of Agriculture has increased funding for its program providing counselling to farmers and their families by more than 50 per cent.
Crosswalk approved for area where 4-year-old was hit by city bus
Less than a month after a 4-year-old girl was hit by a bus, Windsor city council has approved having a crosswalk installed at that location.
These 20 Sudbury intersections need the most road safety improvements
Sudbury is trying to get ahead of the curve when it comes to road safety.
RNC to start criminal investigation at every workplace where serious injury, death occur
The Royal Newfoundland Constabulary is working with Calgary Police Service on the new protocol, which could mean jail for negligent employers.
Council adopts initiative to increase diversity of employees at Windsor city hall
The adoption of the Diversity and Inclusion Initiative (DII) was approved by council Monday night as a way to better reflect Windsor's place as the fourth-most diverse community in Canada.
London's weather, traffic and gas prices for Tuesday
London's weather, traffic and gas prices for Tuesday, June 19, 2018.
'Right over the edge': scrutiny over ticket spending irritates Saint John councillors
Saint John councillors weren’t pleased they had to defend their spending on tickets to public events – charity, business or otherwise – but that’s exactly what happened at last night’s council meeting.
Ottawa Public Health targets under-vaccinated people
Ottawa Public Health is making a new push to help more Ottawa residents get access to vaccinations, including newcomers to Canada.
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Coloured fuel temporarily closes Marina Park diesel pump, city says
The City of Thunder Bay's diesel fuel pump at Marina Park has been re-opened after it was temporarily shut down over selling the wrong kind of fuel last week.
Ottawa-Gatineau traffic updates for June 19
Follow live traffic updates during Ottawa Morning from 5:30 to 8:30 a.m. and All In A Day from 3 to 6 p.m.
West Island drivers, get ready: Construction ramping up on St-Jean Blvd. this week
All southbound lanes on St-Jean Boulevard in Pointe-Claire will be closed as part of a $3-million construction project. The work is expected to last until mid-August.
Windsor's weather, traffic and gas prices for Tuesday
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Celebrated Mi'kmaw elder and addictions counsellor Doug Knockwood dies at 88
Doug Knockwood used his own experience with addictions and recovery to help many people.
Summerside council seeking more time for residents of closing mobile home park
Summerside city council will submit a formal request to the owner of a mobile home park that plans to close to extend the deadline for residents to vacate the property.
Lydia Képinski, Laye, Kirouac and more: Quebec songs you need to hear
To mark Saint-Jean Baptiste Day in Quebec, some recent tunes from la belle province.
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Wow, apparently history wasn't recorded for quality assurance and training purposes
Looks like we’re just reeeeeeally going to go full-steam ahead and ignore the BILLIONS OF HOURS OF HISTORY WE RECORDED FOR QUALITY ASSURANCE AND TRAINING PURPOSES.
Hal Johnson & Joanne McLeod inducted into the Talk & Stroll Hall of Fame
Other inductees in this year’s class include the Prancercise inventor and whoever the most famous race-walker is, can’t think of any names.
Yellowknife city council slams idea to ask some developers to wait 18 months for permits
Liang Chen is one of three people who wants to develop around Grace Lake. The city wants to reject his land-use application, along with one from the Yk Dog Trotters Association and Ace Enterprises, until administration has a better idea of the long-term vision for this area.
Section of Victoria Avenue in Thunder Bay, Ont., closing for two weeks, city says
A stretch of Victoria Avenue on Thunder Bay's south side is closing to traffic for two weeks, the city said Monday.
Researchers to follow recovery of Homewood addiction patients
Researchers in Guelph hope to improve addiction treatment programs in Canada by following the progress of patients in their first year of recovery.
Attacks by classmate leaves wounds on special needs student and his frustrated family
After the third time her 16-year-old son was severely scratched or bitten by another class mate, a Winnipeg mother just wants her son to be safe at school.
With 3 loved ones addicted to meth, man doesn't know where to turn
A community forum organized by the Winnipeg Police got community members out to tackle the issue of meth in the community and what can be done to help the situation.
A decade lost: Jennifer Catcheway's family reflects on the teen's 2008 disappearance
Jennifer Catcheway went missing on her birthday in June 2008. Ten years later, her family reflects on her life, the ongoing search for answers and the hope that keeps them going.
Students in Hamilton to vote on naming school after Shannen Koostachin
The late student leader Shannen Koostachin from Attawapiskat might be tickled to learn that students themselves will decide whether her name will adorn a new school in Hamilton. Koostachin's name is one of the possibilities, and the number one recommendation from the naming advisory committee to the Hamilton Wentworth District School Board.