City looks to expand Centretown heritage district
More properties in Centretown could be designated as heritage buildings, as the city embarks on a heritage study of a much wider area than is currently recognized.
Mississippi rising: Lanark County residents scramble to save homes
People living along the Mississippi River west of Ottawa are racing against time to protect their homes from flooding as water levels continue to rise.
Landlords should keep better tabs on electrical systems, St. James Town report says
A new report suggests highrise owners need to do more to ensure their electrical systems are properly maintained and their most vulnerable residents kept informed during emergencies.
Sri Lankan death toll from bombings rises to 359
The number of people who died in Sri Lanka's church and hotel bombings has risen to 359 as police continued rounding up suspects. The defence minister described most of the bombers as well educated and one was a woman. Islamic State has claimed responsibility but their involvement is not confirmed.
PC minority, Green Opposition will be 'a new era in Island politics'
With all the votes counted, P.E.I. Progressive Conservative Party under rookie Leader Dennis King emerged victorious in Tuesday's election by a narrow margin — after 12 years as the Official Opposition, the party won in 12 districts to the Greens' eight and the Liberals' six. Fourteen seats are needed for a majority.
London councillors approve a 2.3 per cent pay raise -- for themselves
Some on council admit the optics aren't great, but still voted 9-6 to support a staff recommendation that calls for a 2.3 per cent pay raise for politicians in 2019.
New York City wants more of Quebec's clean energy, but how green does that make Legault?
The enticement of Quebec’s cheap, carbon-light energy is nudging one of the most populous areas in the United States away from coal and gas.
Massage therapist accused of sex assault was allowed to keep practising for months
A woman who accused her massage therapist of sexual assault is asking why he wasn't suspended while under investigation by the College of Massage Therapists of New Brunswick. He has since lost his license but maintains the sex was consensual.
What African swine fever means for Canada's pork industry
African swine fever is spreading quickly in China and has caused producers to cull massive numbers of pigs to stop the spread.
'It's going to take a little political courage': Vancouver council to debate climate emergency recommendations
Taken individually, the actions proposed in the report aren't groundbreaking. Approval by council this week would mean staff has to create specific policy and bylaw changes.
Safety improvements coming to Highway 11, group says
A group from Temiskaming Shores says the province is adding interim safety measures to help reduce collisions on Highway 11.
2 N.S. lobster fishermen take licence fights with DFO to court
Dana Robinson and Lester Martell, who both have health issues, are challenging federal fisheries rules that cap the number of years they can hire a replacement to catch lobster under their licences.
What could be 'leftover debris' from Detroit-Windsor Tunnel work falls onto car
Some ongoing construction work in the ceiling of the tunnel may have led to a small piece of concrete falling onto a passenger vehicle.
Minority government uncharted territory for P.E.I.
P.E.I. is waking up to a new government Wednesday morning, but it is not entirely clear how that government will come together.
Municipal review advisers' meeting in Kitchener to see 21 presentations
The province's special advisers overseeing the regional municipal government review will be in Kitchener Wednesday to hear from people and organizations.
Injured cyclist has warning for others after case thrown out on technicality
Besides serious injuries stemming from a cycling crash where she said she was clipped by a truck on a rural road in Antigonish County, N.S., Anne Cameron also recently learned the case against the driver was thrown out due to a technicality.
Kejimkujik to be first Parks Canada campground with gender-neutral washrooms
The work is part of a $3-billion Parks Canada plan to upgrade outdated facilities at national parks, historic sites and marine conservation areas across the country.
Tip from 'vigilant neighbour' leads to recovery of $100K in stolen property, 3 arrests
Halton Regional Police have arrested two men and one woman in connection with break and enters in Oakville, Richmond Hill and Markham, and have recovered $100,000 in stolen property, thanks in part to evidence from a "vigilant neighbour."
Grabher licence plate case heads to Nova Scotia Supreme Court
Lorne Grabher has been fighting since 2016 to once again use the licence plate bearing his surname.
A match is found: Nova Scotia transplant advocate gets 2 new lungs
A Nova Scotia woman has received a double lung transplant just months after she thought the financial burden of the procedure would force her into palliative care.
Understanding the Sri Lankan attacks
Ever since Sri Lanka was hit by eight coordinated bomb blasts, there have been questions about who could be behind an act of terrorism that targeted churches and hotels and left more than 320 people dead. And while a local group was initially blamed, ISIS is now claiming responsibility. Sri Lanka's Prime Minister says there is some evidence linking the attacks to ISIS. Today on Front Burner, Amar Amarasingam, senior research fellow at the Institute for Strategic Dialogue, breaks down what led up to this attack and explains why he fears that local divisions have been exploited by forces outside Sri Lanka's borders.
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