Today in the city Truro 22.06.2018
Newfoundland high schooler faces three separate sexual assault trials

A teenager is in court this week for the first of three trials on sexual assault allegations that shook a Newfoundland high school and spurred the province to update safety policies.


No matter who wins the Ontario election, there are three main challenges the new premier will have to handle

It's anyone's guess who Ontarians will choose on June 7. But there's a clearer sense of the hot-button issues they need to address quickly


Grenfell Tower residents told to ‘stay put’ during deadly fire, but report says that was wrong

Residents who called the London Fire Brigade in the early stages were advised to stay put in their apartments, in line with the standard policy for fires in high-rise residential blocks.


‘It’s super infuriating’: Trans voters react to receiving registration cards with their former names

Eligible voters will be able to cast a ballot, even if their registration card is incorrect, an Elections Ontario spokesperson said.


Un père de famille perd la vie lors du Tour de l’Île

Un participant au Tour de l’Île a perdu la vie dimanche au cours de l’événement qui a rassemblé près de 25 000 personnes, à Montréal.


Best friends and master climbers fall to their deaths while scaling Yosemite’s El Capitan

Tethered together, Jason Wells and Tim Klein dropped around 300 metres. They had been considered masters of their sport


‘Tour de l’Île’ jams up traffic but goes off without a hitch: Montreal police

Some 25,000 cyclists headed out to tour the city by bike Sunday morning for the 34th anniversary of Montreal's "Tour De l'Île."


Families of three deceased Royal Military College students demand answers from government

The mothers of three students who died in 2016 of ‘suspected suicide’ are frustrated the government has not released the results of its internal inquiry into their deaths.


Tour de l'Ile de Montréal: impact sur la circulation automobile

Le Tour de l'Ile, qui se déroulera dimanche dans les rues de Montréal, aura un impact majeur sur la circulation automobile.


Plus de 25 000 cyclistes attendus pour le Tour de l’île

Plus de 25 000 cyclistes s’apprêtent à s’élancer sur les routes de Montréal pour le Tour de l’île, qui débutera dimanche matin, dans l’arrondissement de Ville-Marie.


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