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South Asian and Black women face high jobless rates in Canada
By Julie Gordon OTTAWA (Reuters) - Black and South Asian women had among the highest unemployment rates in Canada in July, according to Statistics Canada figures published Friday that for the first time included race-based data. The coronavirus ...
Lebanese community in Newfoundland and Labrador reeling after explosion rocks Beirut
A tremendous explosion Tuesday in the heart of Beirut, the capital of Lebanon, is being felt in Newfoundland and Labrador. Early reports suggest the explosion was the result of a storehouse filled with ammonium nitrate — though ...
Liberals abolish leadership reviews
Premier-elect Andrew Furey will not face a review of his leadership by his party, as long as he can hold on to government. At Monday’s Liberal Party of Newfoundland and Labrador annual general meeting, before Furey was named the ...
Former U of T prof Jordan Peterson contracts coronavirus
One-time University of Toronto professor and clinical pyschologist Jordan Peterson has another fight on his hands these days. The 58-year-old Edmonton native who drew attention in his U of T days for battling Bill C-16 is, according to the UK ...
Georges Island in Halifax opens to public on weekends
Georges Island in Halifax Harbour is opening to the public for the first time in generations, starting this weekend. Officials made the announcement on Thursday on a new wharf, built with provincial and federal funds to facilitate visits from the ...
Cape Breton family overcome with grief after veterinarian euthanizes their dog by mistake
Arlene Fougere's beloved family dog had the wind in its fur as it was driven to a walk-in veterinarian clinic for treatment of a sore paw on Tuesday. The lifeless body of the husky was held in her hands on the drive home later that day after it ...
Nova Scotia union leaders won't miss Stephen McNeil
When you ask the province’s labour leaders if they’ll miss the premier, some respond with a long silence. There’s a lot to think about, after all. “That is a loaded question,” said Janet Hazelton, president of the ...
'Virtuous Pedophiles' raises concern of top T.O. lawyer
Prominent Toronto attorney Daniel Brodsky, known for his long career advocating for mentally-ill criminals as well as sexual deviants, is concerned about an organization as anonymous as anonymous can be. It has his radar up. The group is called ...
Disappointed by school plan, Saskatchewan parents mull keeping kids home
Some Saskatchewan parents say their kids won’t return to class next month unless the government makes sweeping changes to its back-to-school pandemic plans. Alec Couros, an education professor at the University of Regina , said he ...
Nova Scotia goes into 4th day with no new COVID-19 cases
Nova Scotia entered its fourth day with no new COVID-19 CASES being identified. The results follow from the 598 tests the QEII Health Sciences Centre's microbiology lab completed on Wednesday. The active cases were announced on ...