CBC’s Vassy Kapelos moves to CTV News to host political shows Power Play and Question Period

CBC’s Vassy Kapelos moves to CTV News to host political shows Power Play and Question Period

CBC star news anchor Vassy Kapelos is heading to CTV News Channel to host its daily flagship political show “Power Play.” CTV says Kapelos has been named chief political correspondent and will also helm CTV’s weekly “Question Period” starting Dec. 1. She takes the reins from previous host Evan Solomon, who announced last month that … Read more

Immigrants now make up nearly a quarter of Canada’s population, according to 2021 census

Immigrants now make up nearly a quarter of Canada’s population, according to 2021 census

Immigrants now compose the largest proportion of Canada’s population in history – 23 per cent – the result of a campaign to attract primarily young, economic class newcomers to address the country’s labour shortage, according to a new release from the 2021 census. More than half of immigrants who arrived in Canada between 2016 and … Read more

Globe editorial: The absurd reality of Canada’s powerless cities

Globe editorial: The absurd reality of Canada’s powerless cities

The mayors of Canada’s large cities are no doubt looking on with a combination of frustration and envy this year as province after province announces unexpected budget surpluses. Ontario ended its 2021-22 fiscal year with a $2.1-billion surplus after budgeting for a $13.5-billion deficit, and British Columbia was $1.3-billion to the good, after projecting a … Read more

Let the inquiry ask tough questions of Doug Ford’s Ontario

Let the inquiry ask tough questions of Doug Ford’s Ontario

Ontario Premier Doug Ford speaks at a ceremony for the unveiling of the Platinum Jubilee Garden at Queen’s Park, Toronto, on Sept. 30.Alex Lupul/The Canadian Press When lawyers for the governments of Alberta and Saskatchewan told a public inquiry that Ottawa never needed to invoke the Emergencies Act, one might have wondered when Ontario was … Read more

Canada mass stabbing: Myles Sanderson was the only killer, and his brother was a victim, police say

Canada mass stabbing: Myles Sanderson was the only killer, and his brother was a victim, police say

CNN  —  Investigators now believe Myles Sanderson was the only killer in a mass stabbing attack in Canada’s Saskatchewan province in September – and his brother, initially named a suspect, was among those he killed, police said Thursday. That means 11 people were killed – not 10 as previously announced – in the attacks in … Read more

First Nations leaders call for reboot of RCMP policing in Saskatchewan after stabbing rampage

First Nations leaders call for reboot of RCMP policing in Saskatchewan after stabbing rampage

Wally Burns, the James Smith Cree Nation chief, at a vigil for the victims of the mass stabbing in Prince Albert, Saskatchewan, Canada on Sept. 7.AMBER BRACKEN/The New York Times News Service As Chief Wally Burns, of the James Smith Cree Nation in Saskatchewan, spoke to a news conference earlier this week about the mass … Read more

Final suspect in Canada stabbings dies after arrest – Reuters

Final suspect in Canada stabbings dies after arrest – Reuters

Final suspect in Canada stabbings dies after arrest  Reuters Canadian mass stabbing suspect dies after capture by police | LiveNOW from FOX  LiveNOW from FOX Canadian police arrest 2nd suspect in deadly stabbing rampage; had been paroled for previous violent crimes  Fox News View Full Coverage on Google News

Canadian mass stabbing suspect dies after capture by police | LiveNOW from FOX – LiveNOW from FOX

Canadian mass stabbing suspect dies after capture by police | LiveNOW from FOX – LiveNOW from FOX

Canadian mass stabbing suspect dies after capture by police | LiveNOW from FOX  LiveNOW from FOX Final suspect in Canada stabbings dies after arrest  Reuters Canadian police arrest 2nd suspect in deadly stabbing rampage; had been paroled for previous violent crimes  Fox News View Full Coverage on Google News

Canada stabbing: Key questions remain after death of Myles Sanderson who might be responsible for 10 victim fatalities

Canada stabbing: Key questions remain after death of Myles Sanderson who might be responsible for 10 victim fatalities

CNN  —  Three days after a brutal mass stabbing devastated a rural Indigenous community in Saskatchewan, the two brothers who were wanted in the violent attacks are dead, though witness accounts indicate that one of the men, Myles Sanderson, was responsible for the deaths of 10 of the victims, according to a law enforcement official. … Read more

Global National: Sept. 6, 2022 | Saskatchewan stabbing suspect's long violent history – Global News

Global National: Sept. 6, 2022 | Saskatchewan stabbing suspect's long violent history – Global News

Global National: Sept. 6, 2022 | Saskatchewan stabbing suspect’s long violent history  Global News Parole documents reveal details of Saskatchewan suspect’s criminal past  The Globe and Mail 62-year-old front-line worker among the first victims identified in mass Sask. stabbings  CBC News View Full coverage on Google News