Dalhousie University students fundraise for bursary in honour of Iran plane crash victims

As the repatriation process begins for those killed in the tragic crash of Ukraine International Airlines Flight 752, Dalhousie University students have come up with a creative way to keep the memories of those loved ones alive. The Dalhousie Iranian…

Teck Frontier project to challenge Trudeau’s climate policies, relationship to Alberta: expert

The Trudeau government will face a test next month that will challenge its commitment to climate policies and its efforts to reconcile with Western Canada. The Teck Frontier proposal is one of the largest oil sands mines ever proposed in…

Quebec’s public health agency taking no chances in dealing with China coronavirus

Quebec’s Public Health Agency says it isn’t taking any chances when it comes to coronavirus, which has already killed over a dozen people in China. Horacio Arruda, Quebec’s director of public health, said Wednesday that the province is treating the…

Proposed Pointe-Claire Village zoning changes attract controversy

Some big changes are in the works for the commercial jewel of Pointe-Claire. City council wants to increase the height of buildings along Lakeshore Road to three stories from two. The ground floors would be reserved for commercial businesses while…

Lethbridge city council and ARCHES respond to premier’s supervised consumption comments

Results from a UCP-appointed panel could soon determine the fate of Alberta’s seven supervised consumption sites. On Tuesday, Premier Jason Kenney didn’t close the door on the idea of relocating some of the sites. READ MORE: Some of Alberta’s supervised…

Both sides trying to sway opinion on Teck Frontier mine

The Teck Frontier mine is the newest resource project being planned in Canada, and if approved, it would be one of Alberta’s largest oilsands mines. But as Heather Yourex-West reports, it’s also pinning the federal government’s climate commitments against its…

Sask. court ruling on whether Prince Albert violated pro-life group’s charter rights

The Prince Albert Right to Life Association (PARLA) is hoping three Court of Appeal justices rule in its favour that its freedom of expression was violated when the city didn’t fly the group’s flag. Related News In 2017, the city…

New multi-sensory space at Montreal North school aims to help students relieve stress

Galileo Adult Education Centre has a new resource that school administrators say is the first of its kind in the English Montreal School Board adult sector. “Well, it’s called a a snozzle room, but our students named it the ‘snuggle…

‘We’re all blue collar workers’: unions across Canada throw support behind Unifor

Rally cries are growing louder as day 50 in the Co-op Refinery labour dispute approaches. The picket line has more than doubled with hundreds of Unifor members from across the country culminating in Regina. “We’re all blue collar workers; we’re…