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Electrification of Windsor's auto industry promises new jobs — but what happens to blue-collar workers? - Thu, 2 Feb 2023 04:00:00 EST
Jayson Mercier

The biggest employer in the city is about to go through some major changes as Stellantis makes big moves to electrify its automobiles, but what will happen to staff at the Windsor Assembly Plant in southwestern Ontario?

Alberta has seen roughly 10,000 'excess' deaths since 2020, and COVID doesn't explain it all - Thu, 2 Feb 2023 13:48:13 EST
Excess deaths

Since the pandemic began, roughly 10,000 more people died in Alberta than what would normally be expected for that time period. The province has officially attributed 5,300 deaths to COVID.

Former coach at private Christian school in Saskatoon charged with sexual assault, exploitation of a minor - Thu, 2 Feb 2023 12:33:50 EST
Aaron Benneweis

Aaron Benneweis coached at Christian Centre Academy, a private school in Saskatoon now known as Legacy Christian Academy, until 2013. Ten years later, he faces charges of sexual assault and sexual exploitation of a minor while in a position of power at the school.

This City of London care home is celebrating a win. Can for-profit facilities share the same success? - Thu, 2 Feb 2023 05:00:00 EST
Dearness Home

The 243-bed Dearness Home in London, Ont., is celebrating a win few long-term care (LTC) facilities in the province can claim, and it's renewing discussions around the disparity between for-profit and municipally run homes.

Sask. surprised feds with 'unforeseen' request for COVID-19 support after previously turning it down - Thu, 2 Feb 2023 12:10:09 EST
Paul Merriman

Public Safety Canada and the Canadian Armed Forces were caught off guard by a request for help from Saskatchewan during the height of the fourth wave of the COVID-19 pandemic.

As Conservatives push government on bail reforms, Lametti warns there are no easy fixes - Thu, 2 Feb 2023 10:48:47 EST
Extreme Intoxication Bill 20220617

Justice Minister David Lametti says the government is considering legislative changes to deal with repeat, violent offenders as the Conservatives push the federal government to toughen bail conditions in certain cases.

Alberta has updated its Police Act, but the work to improve policing rules isn't done yet - Thu, 2 Feb 2023 06:00:00 EST
Public Safety Minister Mike Ellis

Critics say the changes to legislation late last year miss the mark in some areas. Now, further work is set to begin on police regulations, the rules that address the law's practical applications.

Undeclared milk on label triggers recall for Falooda Drink with Almond Flavour - Thu, 2 Feb 2023 10:40:11 EST
recalled drink

The Canadian Food Inspection Agency has issued a recall for Falooda Drink with Almond Flavour because the product contains milk that is not listed on the label.

Environmental watchdog slams Sask. First Act, warns it could jeopardize UN pledges - Wed, 1 Feb 2023 21:45:26 EST
Trudeau Carbon Tax 20181023

The Saskatchewan Environmental Society says language in the bill could be used to block federal government initiatives to reduce green house gas emissions.

She came to Hamilton after escaping war in Ukraine — now she's helping others do the same - Thu, 2 Feb 2023 04:00:00 EST
Hanna Trofimova

For the past year, Hanna Trofimova has been helping Ukrainian families settle in Canada after fleeing war — the same way she had to leave Ukraine with her family.

899 people received care from fake nurse at B.C. Women's Hospital, health authority says - Thu, 2 Feb 2023 04:00:00 EST
Brigitte Cleroux

Imposter Brigitte Cleroux was involved in the treatment of 899 patients during her year posing as a perioperative nurse at B.C. Women’s Hospital, newly filed court documents reveal.

Sudden death of Quebec's Fred la marmotte casts a shadow on Groundhog Day - Thu, 2 Feb 2023 09:24:00 EST
fred la marmotte feb 2 2020

Fred la marmotte, the province's famous furry oracle in Val-d'Espoir, Que., was found dead overnight Thursday, hours before he had been expected to predict whether it would be an early or late spring.

The grocery price freeze is over — so brace yourself for even bigger food bills soon - Thu, 2 Feb 2023 04:00:00 EST
Shopping for fruit in a supermarket

The holiday price freeze put in place by some of Canada's biggest grocery chains has hit its expiry date, so shoppers should brace themselves for some news that could be hard to swallow: get ready for your food bill to go up. By a lot. Again. 

Coldest winter weather in years is on the way to the Maritimes - Thu, 2 Feb 2023 05:00:00 EST
winter wind chill

CBC meteorologist Ryan Snoddon explains why the combination of cold temperatures and winds will make Friday and Saturday an extreme cold event.

Hoping for an early spring? Wiarton Willie's prediction says you're in luck - Thu, 2 Feb 2023 08:23:54 EST
CDA-Groundhog -Day 20230202

This year's Groundhog Day forecast was officially announced at 8:07 a.m. ET Thursday from Wiarton, Ont., but Willie wasn't the only four-legged prognosticator with a view on how the weather will fare in the coming weeks.

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