Today in the city Thunder Bay 22.08.2018
Industry cries foul as Canadian government makes more changes to bid process for $60B warship program

The new change has sparked more concerns the process is rigged to favour a bid by Lockheed Martin Canada and British firm BAE, industry sources say

Monsef Derraji tentera de conserver le siège de Martin Coiteux dans Nelligan

Le premier ministre Philippe Couillard a cherché à faire d'une pierre deux coups dans la circonscription de Nelligan, château fort libéral s'il en est et dont le siège sera disponible en raison du dép...

Dying 11-year-old boy with cancer asks for racing stickers to decorate his casket

A dying 11-year-old boy with a love for motor sports has asked for racing stickers to decorate his casket after he made the heartbreaking decision to forgo his cancer treatments.

Boa constrictor missing for 10 days found in owner’s basement

The pet boa constrictor that everyone in Ottawa thought was on the loose for the last 10 days was in its owner's basement all along.

‘It’s very funny and very dark’: Woman gathers hundreds of Tinder matches for dating competition

Natasha Aponte used the dating app to stage a pop-up dating competition — complete with a stage, an occasionally malfunctioning microphone and a video team, stationed in the northern plaza of Union Sq...

Air Canada consortium to buy Aeroplan program

A consortium including Air Canada, TD Bank, CIBC and Visa Canada Corp. have reached a deal to acquire the Aeroplan loyalty program from Aimia Inc.

Access to services among election issues for northern Ontarians

Residents of northern Ontario’s Kiiwetinoong and Mushkegowuk-James Bay ridings say access to health services, economic development and environmental concerns are among the key issues heading into the...

Father of boy who died of meningitis ‘vindicated’ by court ruling

Canada’s top court has thrown out the guilty verdicts for a couple whose toddler died of bacterial meningitis and ordered a new trial. David Stephan says he and his wife Collet are “extremely grateful...

Toronto Group To Open Unsanctioned Overdose Prevention Site In Parkdale

TORONTO — An advocacy group says it plans to open an unsanctioned overdose prevention site in an area of Toronto that has recently been plagued by overdose deaths.The Toronto Overdose Prevention...

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