Transport Canada taking a 'fresh look' at issue of seatbelts on school buses
Transport Canada will investigate whether seatbelts are necessary on school buses after a hidden report — recently made public — revealed buses failed the department's own safety tests.
Pride Toronto opens door for city police to possibly rejoin summer parade after 2-year ban
City police would be allowed to march in the 2019 Pride parade following a two-year ban if they meet Pride Toronto's entrance policy, the organization says.
This illustrated children's book follows a young girl who visits the former site of the Africville community in Halifax and looks back on its history through her family's stories.
Construction of Place Des Arts to start next week
The Place Des Arts project received its building permit from the City of Greater Sudbury this week and construction is set to start next week.
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BCTF wins grievance over public school teacher shortage in B.C.
Fallen tree knocks out power to western P.E.I.
Pay as you throw system would be fairer, more efficient for getting rid of garbage in Calgary: report
Study shows HPV vaccination does not cause riskier sexual behaviour among teens
Crews investigating early morning fire on Drouillard Road
Cannabis info sessions answer parents' burning questions
Come From Away sells out amid ticket mania in St. John's
1st public trial of a driverless shuttle wraps up in Calgary
'It's just devastating': Century-old Miramichi train station severely damaged by fire
12 beautifully illustrated picture books for young readers
Brian Gallant, Blaine Higgs urged to form a grand coalition to govern New Brunswick
Ready to hoot your bud? A guide to lingo for legalized marijuana
Moncton Coliseum gets $240K safety upgrades to reduce ammonia leak hazard
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Pride Toronto executive director Olivia Nuamah speaks
Hurricane Michael death toll still expected to climb