Correctional Service Canada looking for a company to train inmates on chainsaw safety

The program hopes to provide prisoners in the Prairies with the skills necessary to find a job upon release. …read more

Source:: Toronto Star

      

Australian, New Zealand crews join efforts to battle Canadian forest fires

Reinforcements from as far away as Australia and New Zealand have been recruited to fight hundreds of forest fires in B.C., Alberta and Saskatchewan. …read more

Source:: Toronto Star

      

Ontario environment report uses palm tree photo

You’ve heard of global warming — but palm trees in Ontario? …read more

Source:: Christina Blizzard, Toronto Sun

      

Will Stephen Harper try different tack in uneasy relationship with media?

Nine years after the Conservatives took power, not much has changed in Stephen Harper’s general approach to managing the media. …read more

Source:: Toronto Star

      

Quebec man gets absolute discharge after guilty plea in chainsaw road-rage incident

Manuel Delisle, the man accused in a bizarre Quebec road-rage incident involving a chainsaw, was handed an absolute discharge after pleading guilty today in St-Jérôme. …read more

Source:: CBC News, Canada

      

Canada doesn’t need new measures to boost economy, Finance Minister Joe Oliver says

Finance Minister Joe Oliver says Canada will not be in a recession at year’s end, despite gloomier private sector economic forecasts. …read more

Source:: Toronto Star

      

Oka Crisis deepened understanding of land claims in Canada

Twenty-five years on, the legacy of the Oka Crisis for many of those who experienced the tension west of Montreal is a greater awareness of indigenous issues. …read more

Source:: CBC News, Canada

      

'Failure not an option' for family that swam in 5 Great Lakes in 1 day

An Ontario man sought to swim in all five Great Lakes in the same day, along with his brother and his son. And that’s exactly what the trio did. …read more

Source:: CBC News, Canada

      

Canada Post pulls stamp that misidentified hoodos as Dinosaur Provincial Park

Canada Post is pulling a stamp after wrongly identifying hoodoos as belonging to Alberta’s Dinosaur Provincial Park. …read more

Source:: CBC News, Canada

      

Universities ‘decolonize’ their courses and campuses: Goar

Canada’s universities lay out their plan to narrow the education gap between aboriginal and non-indigenous students. …read more

Source:: Carol Goar, Toronto Star

      

Liberals ignoring the financial alarm bells

A more realistic ballot question in last year’s provincial vote would have read like this: …read more

Source:: Christina Blizzard, Toronto Sun

      

Halifax toddler gets a parking ticket

Const. Shawn Currie was patrolling the city’s waterfront when he saw a 3-year-old on a red plastic motorbike do something he’s seen countless others do — illegally park in front of the ferry terminal. …read more

Source:: Toronto Star

      

The jihad path not taken

In the battle for the hearts and minds of Muslim youth, we need to engage them, not react with scorn or fear …read more

Source:: The Globe And Mail, Debate

      

B.C. transit plebiscite a failure of leadership

Afraid to take a side in the transit debate, the province abandoned a core tenet of the system that we choose to call ‘responsible government’ …read more

Source:: The Globe And Mail, Debate

      

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