Remembering the women killed in the École Polytechnique massacre

Dec. 6, 2019 marks 30 years since the attack at École Polytechnique. On that day, in 1989, a man determined to kill feminists took the lives of 14 women. He killed: Geneviève Bergeron, Hélène Colgan, Nathalie Croteau, Barbara Daigneault, Anne-Marie…

Heading to the Grey Cup? Calgary road closures might get in the way

The 107th Grey Cup takes place in Calgary on Sunday, bringing with it a number of northwest road closures. READ MORE: 15 things to do at the 2019 Grey Cup Festival in Calgary The road closures will all be near…

Crime Watch: Point Douglas residents want more done about crime, stigma

As Winnipeg continues to feel the effects of increased crime in the city, Global News is diving into concerns felt by local residents. In week three of our six-week series, we highlight concerns felt by Point Douglas residents. With crime…

Makwa Sahgaiehcan First Nation calls state of crisis after 3 recent suicides

The Makwa Sahgaiehcan First Nation has called a state of crisis and emergency after three recent suicides, the latest involving a 10-year-old. Barry Mitsuing Chalifoux, the CEO and executive director of the nation, made the announcement in a press release…

Facing eviction, Hampstead affordable housing residents offered deal by developer

Town of Hamsptead residents facing eviction from an affordable housing building on Côte Saint Luc road, slated for luxury condos, have been offered a deal by the developer. The developer, Malen Capital, held a meeting behind closed doors with the…

Hamilton Ticats’ Chris Van Zeyl named CLF’s top lineman

By Staff The Canadian Press Posted November 21, 2019 10:17 pm Updated November 21, 2019 10:19 pm Smaller font Descrease article font size –A Larger font Increase article font size A+ Tackle Chris Van Zeyl of the Hamilton Tiger-Cats was…

Transcontinental cuts 15 jobs as ripple affects of Star Metro closures hits Atlantic Canada media

TC Transcontinental says 15 full-time positions will be slashed as part of an “optimization” of its printing services in Atlantic Canada — a decision prompted in part by a turbulent week in the Canada’s media landscape. The changes will force…

Court orders Montreal religious group to provide kids’ names, citing schooling concerns

Quebec Superior Court has ordered a Montreal religious group to turn over the names of its members’ children to the province’s Education Department, citing concerns that some may not be enrolled in school. An injunction this week ordered the Mission…