Cyclists in Quebec can now use pedestrian signal instead of waiting for green light
Cyclists in Quebec can now cycle on the pedestrian signal rather than wait for the green light, according to a new rule in the Highway Safety Code. CAA Quebec reminds cyclists that pedestrians maintain priority.
6.1 magnitude quake hits east Taiwan, causes some damage
A 6.1 magnitude earthquake struck eastern Taiwan with the epicentre about 10km from the coastal city of Hualien. The quake caused scattered light damage along the east coast.
Montreal News Update
News Update from CBC Montreal
Street check moratorium step in right direction
Justice Minister Mark Furey declared a moratorium on street checks yesterday. Robert Wright is a member of the African Nova Scotian Decade for People of African Descent Coalition. He was one of several people who walked out of a working group on street checks, assembled by Minister Furey last week.
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Lack of resources, not anti-vaxxers, to blame for Madagascar measles outbreak, says health worker
Invest Ottawa gets $17M to boost local tech firms
Family of grieving couple whose 7 children died in house fire coming to N.S.
'Significant flooding' to hit New Brunswick, emergency officials say
'Poetry is so alive': 3 local students competing in national poetry competition
Man killed overnight in the ByWard Market
The Morning Edition
'The Fourth R': Thunder Bay health unit launches school-based healthy relationships program
Meet the seal seller keeping Good Friday traditions alive in Newfoundland
Strong earthquake hits east Taiwan, rattles buildings in capital
1 in hospital after serious assault in Winnipeg
San Francisco eyes toll for famously crooked Lombard Street
Charlottetown women's shelter granted extension