Obituaries for Sunday, Dec. 28
AMADOR ? Rachel Amador, 60, of Mendota died Dec. 20. She was a self-employed business owner. Visitation: 5 to 6 p.m. Dec. 29 at Our Lady of Guadalupe Parish. Rosary: Click to Continue »
Airstrikes on ISIS posts leads to rescue of trapped civilians
Canada's CF-18 fighter jets took part in coalition airstrikes on two ISIS positions on Iraqi soil Wednesday, paving the way for the rescue of civilians trapped on a mountain range, the Department of National Defence (DND) said Thursday.
Hospitals Project creating local jobs, joins forces with education programs
Currently at 50 per cent local, NIHP teams up with NIC, NIEFS, NVIATS and the ITA to increase that number
Top court says police OK to search cellphones, but sets conditions
Police can search cellphones for information during arrests, the Supreme Court says.
Top court says police OK to search cellphones
OTTAWA - Police can search cellphones for information during arrests, the Supreme Court says.
Burnett: Special guests for Christmas garden show
Ken Salvail and I will be presenting our special Christmas garden show this Saturday from 8 to 10 a.m. on AM 1150.
Grief counsellors help students cope with TTC bus victim's death
Grief counsellors were at a Scarborough high school to help students and staff cope with the shocking death of 14-year-old Amaria Diljohn who died in an alleged hit and run involving a TTC bus.
More political muscle was needed to stop Hintonburg condos
Council should have shown more political muscle to stop a Hintonburg condo plan if it didn't want its decision reversed this week by the Ontario Municipal Board, according to the community's new councillor.