Interviews with family of German tourist shot on Alberta highway played in court

The wife of a German tourist who was shot in the head while driving on an Alberta highway told police she remembers hearing a pop and then smelling the strong odour of gunpowder before her husband drove off the road.…

Laval health workers fired over alleged mistreatment and harassment of patients

Nine employees of a Laval rehabilitation centre were fired Wednesday for the alleged mistreatment of patients with intellectual disabilities and autism. They worked at the Louis-Vachon rehabilitation centre located on St-Martin Boulevard West. It is alleged the employees exhibited violent…

Justin Trudeau tours Port of Montreal with trade minister, key EU trade figures

Prime Minister Justin Trudeau, on July 17, toured the Port of Montreal. He was joined by Minister of International Trade Diversification Jim Carr, along with President of the European Council Donald Tusk and European Commissioner for Trade Cecilia Malmström.

New festival aims to make Halifax the diversity capital of Canada

A new festival aims to bring Halifax closer to becoming the diversity capital of Canada by providing a platform to black performers. The first-ever Halifax Black Summer Festival is a multidisciplinary event celebrating black culture and diversity in Nova Scotia,…

Proud of his accomplishments, Moose Jaw Pride executive director steps down

For the last seven years, Moose Jaw Pride has been recognizable by its colourful spirit and its brave leader Joe Wickenhauser. But the latter is soon to change. The non-profit organization’s co-founder and executive director has announced he will be…

Search continues for Savoura president, teen son now missing for one week

The search for a missing Quebec businessman and his teen son who haven’t been heard from in a week continued Wednesday as search and rescue teams focused on a narrowed search area. Businessman Stéphane Roy and his 14-year-old son Justin…