Montreal police respond to 3 stabbings, 1 shooting

Montreal police respond to 3 stabbings, 1 shooting

A man in his 40s is fighting for his life and a 14-year-old boy is suffering stab wounds in multiple, unrelated stabbings that kept Montreal police officers busy on a remarkably violent Tuesday. In all, officers were called to three separate stabbing calls—as well as one shooting—within the span of nearly four hours. The first … Read more

Alberta cabinet ministers mulling bids to replace Jason Kenney

Alberta cabinet ministers mulling bids to replace Jason Kenney

Members of Premier Jason Kenney’s cabinet are mulling a run to replace him in the upcoming race for the United Conservative Party leadership. Transportation Minister Rajan Sawhney and Environment Minister Jason Nixon said Monday they are thinking about launching leadership bids. Sawhney, the UCP MLA for Calgary-North East, said she wanted to consult with family, … Read more

Trudeau cancels appearance at event in BC after protesters hurl racial slurs

Trudeau cancels appearance at event in BC after protesters hurl racial slurs

Prime Minister Justin Trudeau was forced to cancel plans to attend a fundraising dinner on Tuesday evening after two speakers at the event said protesters hurled racial slurs at the mostly South Asian attendees entering a convention center in Surrey, BC Trudeau did not enter the building and spoke to a crowd for about three … Read more

Ukrainians ‘begin again’ in Manitoba as hundreds of newcomers navigate settlement support system

Ukrainians ‘begin again’ in Manitoba as hundreds of newcomers navigate settlement support system

More than 300 Ukrainians who arrived in Winnipeg on Monday are now setting off on the complex — if not more streamlined than usual — process of settling in after fleeing their homes amid the ongoing Russian invasion. Nic Krawetz, a volunteer with the Ukrainian Canadian Congress, has spent weeks helping Ukrainian newcomers adjust to … Read more