» Russia says further talks on Ukraine still possible after U.S., NATO reject demands
27/01/22 20:42 from CBC | Top Stories News
Russia said on Thursday it was clear the United States was not willing to address its main security concerns in their standoff over Ukraine, but kept the door open for further dialogue.

» 4 dead in Richmond, B.C., shooting were from same family, homicide investigators say
27/01/22 20:06 from CBC | Top Stories News
The identities of the two women and two men who died in the shooting earlier this week have not been released by the Integrated Homicide Investigation Team, though police did confirm they were all from the same family and said their deat...

» Conservative post-election report says O'Toole was 'over-managed' during the campaign
27/01/22 19:29 from CBC | Top Stories News
A post-election report on the Conservative Party's 2021 campaign performance found leader Erin O'Toole had a strong start to the 36-day electoral contest but faltered at the finish because he was "over-managed" and "over-coached" by seni...

» Former Vancouver Canucks forward Jake Virtanen charged with sexual assault
27/01/22 19:13 from CBC | Top Stories News
Jake Virtanen, a former Vancouver Canucks forward, has been charged with one count of sexual assault following an investigation, according to the Vancouver Police Department.

» Bodies found frozen near Canada-U.S. border confirmed to be family from India
27/01/22 19:06 from CBC | Top Stories News

» Chocolate Easter bunnies may take a hit from supply-chain issues, German confectioners say
27/01/22 18:58 from CBC | Top Stories News
Tight supplies of commodities including sugar and cocoa plus global logistics problems could hurt the production of chocolate Easter bunnies, Germany's confectioners warned on Thursday.

» Biden vows to nominate Black woman to Supreme Court as Justice Stephen Breyer set to retire
27/01/22 18:20 from CBC | Top Stories News
U.S. President Joe Biden on Thursday said he plans to name a replacement for retiring Supreme Court Justice Stephen Breyer by the end of February and reiterated his intention to nominate a Black woman to serve on the highest U.S. judicia...

» ECHL player who made apparent racist gesture at Jordan Subban suspended for rest of season
27/01/22 18:20 from CBC | Top Stories News
The ECHL suspended defenceman Jacob Panetta for the rest of the season on Thursday after he made an apparent racist gesture toward Jordan Subban, who is Black, during a recent game.

» This Alberta man ran a hardware store in Ontario for decades. The nostalgia is bringing the 92-year-old back
27/01/22 17:23 from CBC | Top Stories News
Lee Helmkay worked at Argyle Hardware in London, Ont., for 40 years, from the day it opened in 1947 until it closed in 1986, after purchasing the store from his father in the late '50s. Now 92 and living in Leduc, Alta., he plans to go t...

» Early physical activity helps children after concussions, study finds
27/01/22 15:29 from CBC | Top Stories News
New research from Ottawa’s pediatric hospital could have significant implications for older children suffering from a concussion as it encourages physical activity within days of a brain injury.

» Trudeau says he's isolating after exposure to COVID-19
27/01/22 14:40 from CBC | Top Stories News
Prime Minister Justin Trudeau says he's isolating for five days after he was exposed to COVID-19.

» Proposed new post-pandemic standards for long-term care being released today
27/01/22 14:00 from CBC | Top Stories News
As hundreds of long-term care homes across the country grapple with new outbreaks of COVID-19, highly-anticipated draft national standards for these facilities are being released today.

» Coronavirus: What's happening in Canada and around the world on Thursday
27/01/22 12:40 from CBC | Top Stories News
Most coronavirus restrictions including mandatory face masks were lifted in England on Thursday, after Britain's government said its vaccine booster rollout successfully reduced serious illness and COVID-19 hospitalizations.

» England ends mask mandate, no longer requires COVID-19 vaccine pass
27/01/22 12:40 from CBC | Top Stories News
Most coronavirus restrictions, including mandatory face masks, were lifted in England on Thursday, after Britain's government said its vaccine booster rollout successfully reduced serious illness and COVID-19 hospitalizations.

» Trucker protest against cross-border vaccine mandates hits southwestern Ontario
27/01/22 10:54 from CBC | Top Stories News
A convoy of truckers opposed to cross-border COVID-19 vaccine mandates will make its way from Windsor and Sarnia to Ottawa on Thursday, bringing predictions of traffic headaches while drawing scorn from some and praise from others. 

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