CANADIAN NEWS / Page 4

12
CommentLaw & Order | 11:57 AM on Tuesday
The operation was built around the ANOM messaging platform, which was being secretly run by the FBI. Some 16 countries, along with Europol, were involved in the global operation.
14
CommentLaw & Order | 6:39 AM on Tuesday
An Ontario Superior Court judge has found that the two Hamilton paramedics who treated dying teenager Yosif Al-Hasnawi in 2017 are guilty of failing to provide the necessaries of life.
16
CommentLaw & Order | 6:31 AM on Tuesday
European and Australian police join forces with FBI to seize weapons, drugs and $148m in cash
13
CommentLaw & Order | 6:29 AM on Tuesday
ProPublica has obtained a vast cache of IRS information showing how billionaires like Jeff Bezos, Elon Musk and Warren Buffett pay little in income tax compared to their massive wealth — sometimes, even nothing.
15
CommentTech | 6:03 AM on Tuesday
Countless popular websites including Reddit, Spotify, Twitch, Stack Overflow, GitHub, gov.uk, Hulu, HBO Max, Quora, PayPal, Vimeo, Shopify, Stripe, and news outlets CNN, The Guardian, The New York Times, BBC and Financial Times are currently facing an out
14
CommentProvincial Politics | 2:55 PM on Monday
Alberta Premier Jason Kenney apologized on Monday for a controversial dinner that critics, including from his own caucus, say appeared to violate COVID-19 public health rules.
16
CommentMisc CDN | 1:18 PM on Monday
Man faces four counts of first-degree murder after four members of a family were killed in the incident in London, Ontario, on Sunday
14
CommentLaw & Order | 7:19 AM on Monday
A man convicted of manslaughter in the 2017 death of an Indigenous woman after she was struck by a trailer hitch from a moving vehicle was given an eight-year prison term Monday in Thunder Bay, Ont., with the judge telling Brayden Bushby: "You targeted a
15
CommentLaw & Order | 7:13 AM on Monday
Bradley Barton's mistrial application has been dismissed by the trial judge. Barton was found guilty of killing Cindy Gladue in June 2011. The jury reached its verdict months ago, but the mistrial application was launched after Barton's lawyer received an
14
CommentHealth | 7:04 AM on Monday
The Kluane Lake Research Station's off-grid hydroponic farming unit is now up and running. The unit can hold upward to 2,800 mature plants and produce leafy greens and herbs all year round.
13
CommentBusiness | 6:39 AM on Monday
Senior executives at Air Canada have chosen to return their 2020 bonuses in response to "public disappointment." In April, the airline and government agreed to a $5.9 billion loan package that capped future bonuses.
15
CommentFunny | 6:27 AM on Monday
A Toronto-area police officer came to the rescue after a skunk was spotted with its head stuck in a cup.
16
CommentBusiness | 6:13 AM on Monday
Thanks in large part to the introduction of machinery like tractors and combines, farms today are far more efficient and productive than they were a handful of generations ago. Though these time- and labor-saving technologies can run tens or even hundreds
18
CommentBusiness | 5:05 PM on Saturday
Canada's finance minister says a deal reached by G7 countries on establishing a minimum corporate tax and taxing the profits of major multinationals will help end "jurisdiction shopping." Canada is still planning to implement its own digital services tax,
21
CommentMilitary | 4:50 PM on Friday
A senior member of the Canadian armed forces was quietly removed from his role in Canada's vaccine rollout last month in response to a complaint that he had used racist language in a workplace setting, CBC News has learned.
21
CommentHealth | 3:28 PM on Friday
The obituary last week may have caught some people's attention: Bob Wilson, 71, and his wife Margi, 73, died last week on the same day at Charlottetown's Queen Elizabeth Hospital. They planned it that way.
19
CommentMisc World | 3:26 PM on Friday
Police arrested an organizer of Hong Kong's annual candlelight vigil commemorating the deadly Tiananmen Square crackdown and warned people not to attend the banned event Friday as the city mutes its pro-democracy voices.
22
CommentFunny | 8:54 AM on Friday
Uyghur Martyrs’ Road and Dalai Lama Road also adorn Hungary’s capital near project condemned as ‘Chinese influence-buying’
19
CommentHealth | 8:47 AM on Friday
A new Alberta study that shows a drop in hospitalizations for respiratory illnesses during the early part of the pandemic is sparking questions about the future role that public health measures such as masking could play in keeping viruses at bay.
19
CommentLaw & Order | 8:00 AM on Friday
Security guards at Nunavut’s isolation hubs conducted illegal and unconstitutional searches of Nunavummiut’s bags up to five months after the hubs began operations, according to internal government emails obtained by CBC.
18
CommentEnvironmental | 7:39 AM on Friday
A herd of 15 elephants bangs on doors and hoovers up food as experts ponder its destination.
18
CommentLaw & Order | 6:42 AM on Friday
Surviving family members of Nova Scotia shooting victims, politicians and leaders of a public inquiry are condemning publication of 911 recordings by local magazine.
20
CommentTech | 6:41 AM on Friday
A change to TikTok’s U.S. privacy policy on Wednesday introduced a new section that says the social video app “may collect biometric identifiers and biometric information” from its users’ content. This includes things like “faceprints and voicep
20
CommentBusiness | 6:40 AM on Friday
In spite of green rhetoric, money has piled into aviation and car industries since start of pandemic, report finds
24
CommentLaw & Order | 9:20 PM on Thursday
A private members bill sponsored by Cathay Wagantall, Conservative MP for Yorkton-Melville in Saskatchewan, surrounding abortion was voted on Wednesday in the House of Commons. The bill aimed to ban doctors from performing an abortion based on the sex of
18
CommentBusiness | 7:11 PM on Thursday
Air Canada informed shareholders on Monday that its top executives and managers were getting a combined $10 million in stock options and bonuses for their response to COVID-19.
21
CommentEnvironmental | 12:56 PM on Thursday
An insurance provider for the Trans Mountain pipeline said it will not renew its policy with the company when it expires in August.
19
CommentBusiness | 12:51 PM on Thursday
About 150 km of pipe was installed in Alberta and — for now — TC Energy plans to leave it underground.
19
CommentEnvironmental | 7:30 AM on Thursday
Gwich'in leaders are calling the suspension of oil leases in Alaska's Arctic National Wildlife Refuge (ANWR) good news — but say they're still fighting for permanent protection of the area.
19
CommentBusiness | 6:01 AM on Thursday
The dispute over the cross-border Line 5 pipeline is entirely for Michigan to deal with, the state's attorney general argues in a legal brief released Wednesday that flatly rejects Canada's depiction of a foreign-policy matter that Ottawa and the White Ho