Jacob Hoggard sentencing hearing – CBC News

Jacob Hoggard sentencing hearing – CBC News

Jacob Hoggard sentencing hearing  CBC News Jacob Hoggard sued for $2.8 million by sexaul assault victim  CP24 Jacob Hoggard: Sexual assault victim says her life was ‘shattered’ | CTV News  CTV News Toronto ‘A part of me died that day,’ says Ottawa woman sexually assaulted by Jacob Hoggard  CBC News View Full coverage on Google News

Tech giant ups stakes on Bill C-11, warns YouTubers it could harm their livelihoods

Tech giant ups stakes on Bill C-11, warns YouTubers it could harm their livelihoods

YouTube raised the stakes in the battle over Bill C-11 on Wednesday by e-mailing thousands of people who make money posting on its platform to mobilize their support to combat the online streaming bill. As tensions mounted in Parliament over the bill, YouTube launched a campaign to reach “as many Canadians using YouTube as possible” … Read more

Kids’ medication shortage: Conservatives call for federal action

Kids’ medication shortage: Conservatives call for federal action

The Conservatives are calling on the federal government to allow the importation and sale of foreign language-labelled versions of the same formulations of over-the-counter paediatric pain medication, in response to an ongoing nationwide shortage. In a letter to Health Minister Jean-Yves Duclos, Conservative MPs suggested the move as a way to alleviate parents’ anxieties about … Read more

Canada-U.S. dispute over Nexus sparks backlog of applications

Canada-U.S. dispute over Nexus sparks backlog of applications

A car pulls up to the Nexus only Whirlpool bridge in Niagara Falls Ontario on Sept. 17, 2007.J.P. MOCZULSKI/The Globe and Mail Ottawa and Washington are at loggerheads over the popular Nexus trusted-travel program that allows citizens of both countries to cross the border more quickly, leaving several hundreds of thousands of Canadians waiting in … Read more

Canada's largest city is seeing a spike in car thefts — here's why – CBC News: The National

Canada's largest city is seeing a spike in car thefts — here's why – CBC News: The National

Canada’s largest city is seeing a spike in car thefts — here’s why  CBC News: The National Why Torontonians are facing a ‘staggering’ spike in auto thefts — and what police are doing about it  CBC.ca Toronto police to provide update on carjacking investigations  CP24 Police update on carjacking investigations | CTV News  CTV News Toronto View Full coverage … Read more

Ottawa mayor wouldn’t speak to Parliament security service during convoy, official says

Ottawa mayor wouldn’t speak to Parliament security service during convoy, official says

A protester waves the Canadian flag in front of Parliament Hill on Feb. 11.Justin Tang/The Canadian Press Ottawa Mayor Jim Watson’s office would not return a call from the Parliamentary Protective Service during the height of the “Freedom Convoy,” its acting director told a committee this evening. Larry Brookson, the acting director of the service, … Read more

Poilievre goes after Liberals on inflation in QP debut

Poilievre goes after Liberals on inflation in QP debut

Making his question period debut in the House of Commons, Official Opposition leader Pierre Poilievre focused in on the cost of living and the government’s handling of inflation. Speaking in French, the new Conservative leader asked whether the Liberals would cancel planned “tax increases”—referencing scheduled hikes to the Canada Pension Plan and Employment Insurance premiums— … Read more

Mother loses appeal in custody case, Ontario court sends her three children to Nigeria

Mother loses appeal in custody case, Ontario court sends her three children to Nigeria

Olubukola Ajayi, a mother from Nigeria, in the east end of Ottawa, on Sept. 15.Ashley Fraser/Ashley Fraser Photography An Ontario appeal court has sent three children back to Nigeria and the custody of their father, rejecting their mother’s arguments that she could not get a fair shake in that country because of patriarchal attitudes and … Read more

Russia claims Ottawa embassy was attacked, summons Canada’s ambassador in Moscow

Russia claims Ottawa embassy was attacked, summons Canada’s ambassador in Moscow

Russia’s foreign ministry summoned Canada’s ambassador on Monday, as the RCMP investigate an alleged attack on its embassy. Russia’s ambassador to Canada, Oleg Stepanov, said an unidentified person ran from a nearby park toward the embassy shortly after midnight on Sept. 12 and threw a lit Molotov cocktail over the fence before scampering off. He … Read more