Ousted Ford Executive Is Now President Of Canadian Company

Ousted Ford Executive Is Now President Of Canadian Company

Raj Nair was the president of North American Ford but now has been appointed as the Chief Operating Officer and president of Multimatic Inc. which is based in Markham, Canada. He was... Read more »
Study There Can Be A Ninth Planet, And It Is Certainly Not Pluto

Study: There Can Be A Ninth Planet, And It Is Certainly Not Pluto

There are a lot of individuals who heard that there were 9 planets in our solar system. Until, there was introduced a new theory in the early 2000s, that Pluto was too... Read more »
Canada Offers 50,000 Affordable Housing Apartments in Toronto and Vancouver

Canada Offers 50,000 Affordable Housing Apartments in Toronto and Vancouver

The Government of Canada has taken firm steps to resolve the principal housing issue, which is faced by all middle-class families in the cities such as Toronto and Vancouver. In next 10... Read more »

March for Our Lives: Canadians Participate In Gun control protests

Gun control protests unfolded Saturday in hundreds of cities around the world, including Montreal, Ottawa and Toronto, in the wake of a shootout that killed 17 at a high school in Parkland,... Read more »

CUPE files lawsuit against York University for unfair labor practice

The Canadian Union of Public Employees (CUPE), which represents 3,000 faculty and teacher assistants at York University who have been on strike for two and a half weeks, filed a complaint against... Read more »
Alloura Wells was found dead. Photo: Toronto Police

Funeral for trans woman found dead in Toronto

The family and friends of Alloura Wells, a homeless transgender woman who disappeared last summer, held a ceremony in her memory on Tuesday at a funeral home in the gay village. The... Read more »

Facebook data scandal worries Canada’s privacy commissioner

The Privacy Commissioner of Canada has announced that he will be contacting the social network to find out if the data of Canadian users may have been compromised by an application created... Read more »

Jennifer Jones wins her first match at the Women’s World Curling Chamionships

Canada’s Jennifer Jones opened the World Women’s Curling Championship with an 11-5 victory over Czech Anna Kubeskova on Saturday in North Bay, Ont. Jones, the 2008 world champion, scored four in the... Read more »

Possibility of 4 days of strike next week in CPE Outaouais

The next week could be difficult for many parents in the Outaouais, while negotiations continue between the educators in the Early Childhood Center (CPE) and the employer party. In CPE in the... Read more »

Environment: Quebec no longer wants Ottawa to evaluate projects on its territory

Quebec dosn’t want any invovement from Ottawa when they asses future pipeline, mine, dam, power line or port projects on its territory. This is what letters sent by the Couillard government to... Read more »