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Suburbs fuel rise in housing completions, construction, CMHC says - National

Suburbs fuel rise in housing completions, construction, CMHC says – National

[ad_1] The suburbs surrounding Toronto, Montreal and Vancouver’s are fueling an uptick in homes beginning construction and properties ready for occupancy, says Canada Mortgage and Housing Corp. In two reports released Monday, the federal housing agency said that the number of homes in Toronto, Montreal and Vancouver ready for tenants owners has begun soaring …

Canada’s military lacking thousands of troops as COVID-19 hits recruitment, training - National

Canada’s military lacking thousands of troops as COVID-19 hits recruitment, training – National

[ad_1] The Canadian Armed Forces is dealing with a shortfall of several thousand troops as COVID-19 has forced the military to curb the training of new recruits for most of the past year. While the military says there has not been any immediate impact on its missions here and abroad as it manages the …

Île-Perrot residents want municipal government to stop clearcutting of white oak forest - Montreal

Île-Perrot residents want municipal government to stop clearcutting of white oak forest – Montreal

[ad_1] Children and adults decorated tree branches with their home-made letters and signs in a section of forest they want to see protected on Sunday. It was a display of love, for what’s left of the greenspace in Notre-Dame-de-l’Île-Perrot, off the western tip of Montreal. “This wooded area is so special it’s a shame …

‘He’s guilty as hell’: ‘SNL’ spoofs Trump impeachment results with Tucker Carlson show - National

‘He’s guilty as hell’: ‘SNL’ spoofs Trump impeachment results with Tucker Carlson show – National

[ad_1] Saturday Night Live (SNL) took a jab at the results of former U.S. President Donald Trump’s second impeachment trial with its own spin of Tucker Carlson Tonight. Featuring Alex Moffat as the primetime Fox News’ host, the show began with a “loose collection of scaremongering non sequiturs” — which included Alexandria Ocasio-Cortex, pronouns …

Trump impeachment: Senate falls short of majority needed to convict

Trump impeachment: Senate falls short of majority needed to convict

[ad_1] At its most basic level, this is a win for the former president. He is still eligible to run for president again in 2024, if he so chooses. His base, by all indications, is still largely intact. Both in the House of Representatives and in the Senate, most Republican officeholders opposed the impeachment proceedings. …

2 pharmacies robbed in Calgary on Saturday - Calgary

2 pharmacies robbed in Calgary on Saturday – Calgary

[ad_1] Two Calgary pharmacies were robbed on Saturday morning, according to police. At 10:20 a.m., two men robbed Whitehorn Pharmacy, located at 135 Whitefield Dr. N.E., using pepper spray and drove away, police said. No injuries were reported. Read more: Pharmacists scared and frustrated after string of Calgary robberies At 11:40 a.m., two men …

Police investigating after dead body found inside bus parked at Brampton school lot - Toronto

Police investigating after dead body found inside bus parked at Brampton school lot – Toronto

[ad_1] BRAMPTON — Police in Peel Region are investigating after a dead body was found inside a damaged bus in Brampton. Peel Police were called in just before 2 a.m. on Saturday about a parking incident. The bus was located in a Brampton school’s parking lot. Police say it did not have any license …

B.C. judge questions need for injunction ahead of court challenge to in-person worship ban

B.C. judge questions need for injunction ahead of court challenge to in-person worship ban

[ad_1] Worshippers at a trio of Fraser Valley churches defying a COVID-19 ban on in-person worship won’t find themselves staring down an injunction if they head to church this weekend. The Riverside Calvary Chapel in Langley, the Immanuel Covenant Reformed Church in Abbotsford and Free Reformed Church of Chilliwack are part of a group …

$7M judgment in Kamloops beating that left teen with catastrophic brain injuries - BC

$7M judgment in Kamloops beating that left teen with catastrophic brain injuries – BC

[ad_1] A B.C. Supreme Court judge has awarded nearly $7 million to a Kamloops man and his family following a 2016 assault that left him with serious, life-altering injuries. In June 2016, Kristopher Teichrieb attacked Jessie Simpson, then 18 years old, with a baseball bat after the teen had wandered onto his property. 1:47 …

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