Russia steps up missile barrage of recaptured Ukrainian city of Kherson

Russia steps up missile barrage of recaptured Ukrainian city of Kherson

A fire burns after a Russian strike in the Kherson ship yards in Kherson on Nov. 24.Chris McGrath/Getty Images Natalia Kristenko’s dead body lay covered in a blanket in the doorway of her apartment building for hours overnight. City workers were at first too overwhelmed to retrieve her as they responded to a deadly barrage … Read more

An anti-Trump evangelical pastor is on a mission to convert the former US president’s most faithful church followers

An anti-Trump evangelical pastor is on a mission to convert the former US president’s most faithful church followers

Caleb Campbell, a pastor at Desert Springs Bible Church, attended several Turning Point USA events over the past year.Joe Rondone/The Republic/Reuters You can think of Donald Trump’s most faithful adherents as bigots or patriots, constitutional standard-bearers or deluded masses. Caleb Campbell likes to think of them as sheep that have gone astray. He has made … Read more

Fired health leader calls out Alberta premier

Fired health leader calls out Alberta premier

A leader in Alberta’s health system who was fired by Premier Danielle Smith is firing back. Tony Dagnone, in an open letter, says Smith’s abusive, divisive rhetoric blended with her “warped” anti-science beliefs make her a poor excuse for a leader and one who is putting Albertans in harm’s way. Dagnone, an Order of Canada … Read more

No home charger for your electric vehicle? No problem

No home charger for your electric vehicle?  No problem

Home charging is a great option but many EV owners can get by without one.Illustration by Glenn Harvey Charging an electric vehicle at home sounds like a pleasure: no waiting, no fussing and you can sleep in your bed while your car battery charges. The problem is that not everyone has access to a dedicated … Read more

Billionaire Jeff Bezos Is in Trouble

Billionaire Jeff Bezos Is in Trouble

Billionaire Jeff Bezos has been keeping a low profile in recent months. He briefly broke his silence last month to issue a dire warning about the economy at a time when economic concerns are running high. “Yep, the probabilities in this economy tell you to batten down the hatches,” Bezos posted on Twitter on Oct. … Read more

Opinion: Dear remote workers: You’re the first to go in recession layoffs

Opinion: Dear remote workers: You’re the first to go in recession layoffs

Empty chairs at Humi’s Head office in Queen’s Quay West, Toronto, on Sept. 1, 2020,Adetona omokanye/The Globe and Mail Gus Carlson is a New York-based columnist for The Globe and Mail. In a peculiar twist of bad economic news turning positive for some corporate leaders, a looming recession may do what Elon Musk, Tim Cook, … Read more

ArriveCan’s $54-million price tag ‘outrageous,’ tech leaders say

ArriveCan’s -million price tag ‘outrageous,’ tech leaders say

Travelers arrive at Trudeau Airport in Montreal on, April 20.Graham Hughes/The Canadian Press Canadian tech leaders who have built apps for large corporate clients have described Ottawa’s $54-million price tag for ArriveCan as outrageous, explaining that in their experience, most apps are built for less than $1-million. They also question why the government did not … Read more

These Ukrainians are bringing their rave-loving energy to restoring homes destroyed by Russians

These Ukrainians are bringing their rave-loving energy to restoring homes destroyed by Russians

Volunteers clean debris at a house belonging to Ivan Kulaga, 79, in the village Kolychivka in Ukraine’s Chernihiv region.Photography by Anton Skyba/the Globe and Mail In the rubble of a home destroyed by Russian shelling in the northern Ukrainian province of Chernihiv, young volunteers cleaned up the damage to the rhythm of music. It was … Read more

Trudeau to name career diplomat Jennifer May as Canada’s first female ambassador to China

Trudeau to name career diplomat Jennifer May as Canada’s first female ambassador to China

Prime Minister Justin Trudeau is set to name career diplomat Jennifer May as Canada’s ambassador to China.handout/Handout Prime Minister Justin Trudeau is set to name career diplomat Jennifer May as ambassador to China after the past appointments of a veteran politician and a corporate executive ended in controversy, and accusations that they soft-pedalled Beijing’s human-rights … Read more

De Havilland to build aerospace manufacturing facility in Alberta

De Havilland to build aerospace manufacturing facility in Alberta

A row of De Havilland Dash-8 airplanes sit outside the Downsview plant in Toronto on Aug. 24, 2021.Christopher Katsarov/The Canadian Press Airplane manufacturer De Havilland Aircraft of Canada Ltd. is set to open a large-scale manufacturing facility and airfield in Alberta that will employ an estimated 1,500 people. The company announced on Wednesday that it … Read more