Deputy Prime Minister Chrystia Freeland is holding a news conference today to respond to Donald Trump’s decision to impose tariffs on Canadian aluminum imports. The event is scheduled to begin at 11 a.m. ET in Toronto, and CBCNews.ca will carry it live.
Here’s what you need to know about COVID-19 in Windsor-Essex on Friday, August 7.
Canada’s economy added 419,000 jobs in July and the jobless rate dropped to 10.9 per cent.
If the stress of working on the front lines of the COVID-19 pandemic is causing problems with your family relationships, the Canadian Association for Marriage and Family Therapy is ready to help.
There are four more workers at the Maple Leaf Foods plant in Brandon, Man., who have COVID-19, the union that represents workers says.
The jobs report for July will come out Friday in the United States, revealing how severely the resurgence of the coronavirus has pummelled the American economy.
Friday will see voting in the semifinals for both the Vancouver and South of the Fraser quadrants, as we go down to just two neighbourhoods in both sections.
The Edmonton Public Library is taking some of its operations outside to give the city’s homeless a place to read books and magazines, use a laptop computer or participate in adult classes.
Two major online festivals are happening this weekend: the Fergus Scottish Festival will hold a ‘wee digital ceilidh” and IF 2020 starts Friday. There’s also music, comedy and Star Wars fans can delight in seeing The Empire Strikes Back on the big screen again.
Two years ago, geologist Laura MacNeil discovered fossilized footprints of 300-million-year-old reptile on a P.E.I. beach. Now she wants to show others how it’s done.
In his daily recap, Rob Pizzo tells you everything you need to know from day 6 of the NHL playoffs.
Former Toronto police officer Jake Shen says he hopes a report from the Ontario Civilian Police Commission looking into an allegedly ‘poisoned work environment’ at the Windsor Police Service will be a “wake-up call” for police services across the province.
A former cast member of the hugely popular TV series Ice Road Truckers is scheduled to be sentenced in Yellowknife Friday.
The COVID-19 pandemic is forcing universities to change the way it provides food to students, and some are finding the new plans hard to swallow.
Thunder Bay film buffs will have more opportunities to catch a movie on the big screen starting Friday.
Chilliwack is set to launch a pilot project to test public drinking in parks pilot later this month. A bylaw on August 18th which will allow adults to drink alcohol in designated areas of Vedder and Crossing parks.
Rescue teams were still searching the rubble of Beirut’s port for bodies on Friday, three days after a massive explosion sent a wave of destruction through Lebanon’s capital, killing nearly 150 people and wounding thousands.
Thursday night in Edmonton, the Winnipeg Jets found out what it was like to watch a slow-moving horror movie that suddenly gets exciting before all hope is crushed in an instant.
The Lakehead Public Schools Board of Trustees passed a motion to censure Deborah Massaro for failing to comply with the trustee’s code of conduct. The motion to censure specifically cites principle six of the code of conduct, which addresses the requirement of a trustee to uphold the decisions made by the board, irrespective of personal opinions. The motion was passed during the regular board meeting on May 26.
More questions answered about school openings in September, and Summerside moves to encourage takeout from downtown restaurants.
Renee Boucher, the executive director of the Sudbury Student Services Consortium, said there are two main changes ahead for students: bus drivers will be taking daily attendance, and assigning seating.
Chainsaw and another uptown Waterloo live music venue, Starlight, both decided to close their doors permanently over the course of COVID-19. But even with gathering sizes increased to 50 people, most live music venues are having to make tough decisions about the future of their establishments.
Some boards are more vociferous on the subject than others.
At 18 years old, Windsorite Luca Chiandussi has high hopes to compete in the 2024 Summer Olympics, but first, he wants to get his degree.
Fishing guide Dan Gerak says this has been the worst year he’s ever seen for jet boats damaging salmon spawning grounds by tearing through shallow sections of the Pitt River.
The Port of Saint John is highlighting development opportunities on its land, including a prime site at Pugsley Wharf on the city’s downtown waterfront.
Staff and students in grades 6 to 12 at all schools within the St. James-Assiniboia School Division will be supplied with reusable masks to wear in class when the school year resumes.
After numerous delays, a man who stole guns and jewelry from a Yellowknife home almost two years ago then fled the city is now behind bars and awaiting sentencing.
A woman living on P.E.I. is the new owner of a sailboat after completing a treasure hunt at Ben’s Lake Campground.
Union leaders who witnessed a devastating COVID-19 outbreak at meat-packing facilities in Alberta are calling on a Brandon, Man., plant to shut down before its four cases of the novel coronavirus become many more.
At first, it seemed harmless, an internet trend that would surely fade, along the lines of grumpy cat, the ice bucket challenge and that dress that’s either black and blue or white and gold.
Venues have been looking to create new revenue streams as the months without a full calendar of events drag on, as they say government aid alone will not pay the bills.
A day after its release, assault victim Dafonte Miller is set to publicly respond to a confidential report by the Office of the Independent Police Review Director (OIPRD) probing the circumstances surrounding his beating at the hands of an off-duty Toronto cop.