Tuesday, March 11, 2014 09:55 PM
Oye! News from Canada
According to a plan presented by The Parti Quebecois, it revealed that it intends to build more public transit, more spots in daycare, and stronger measures to protect the French language in the city of Montreal. The detailed plan enlisted in a four-page document mostly blames the previous
Emergency officials have confirmed that the major fire that exhaled clouds of black smoke at a southeast industrial site is now under control. It explained that a team of firefighters responded to the three-alarm fire at IKO Industries at 1600 42nd Ave S.E. at about 10:45 a.m. Additionally, the
In a statement issued by Parti Québécois Leader, Pauline Marois, she called on Ottawa to foot the bill if Lac-Mégantic wants to change the path of the rail line passing through the eastern Quebec town, where a runaway train explosion demolished buildings and killed 47 people last summer.
A notice of action filed at the Ontario Superior Court of Justice on Monday by a group of more than 30 standardbred horse breeders is seeking more than $65 million in damages from the Ontario Lottery and Gaming Corporation. According to the notice of action, the breeders are out to seek
Simon Fraser University (SFU) has sponsored a symposium to be conducted on Wednesday, March 12, in Vancouver where papers will be presented showing that cyberbullying is increasing on university campuses across the country. According to the details of the vent, the papers will be presented by Dr.
Vancouver police has confirmed that the shooting incident in downtown Vancouver resulted in death of a 29-year-old man while another 28-year-old received serious injuries. Authorities believe that it was a targeted, gang-related shooting and so the Coal Harbour has been locked down since Tuesday
In his strongest statement so far against separation of Quebec and national unity, Liberal Leader Philippe Couillard stated on Tuesday that “a new clergy” led by Pierre Karl Péladeau and Parti Québécois Leader, Pauline Marois, is out to destroy Canada with the separation of Quebec.
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