One dead, one injured after plane crash in Montreal

One person has died and one has been taken to hospital after a Saturday evening plane crash on an island near Old Montreal. Montreal police say emergency crews were called to the city’s Ile Sainte-Helene area at around 6 p-m after getting word of the crash. Chris Krepski, a spokesman for the Transportation Safety Board, […]

Police search for silver SUV related to possible Brampton kidnapping

Peel Police are investigating a potential kidnapping in Brampton. Police say they were called to a residence in the area of Queen Street East and Hanson Road North around 4:30 p.m. Saturday. Investigators say based on evidence at the residence, they believe a 36-year-old woman and two children – a 4-year-old boy and a 2-month […]

Toronto Blue Jays rout Baltimore Orioles to keep playoff hopes alive

The Toronto Blue Jays got home runs from five different players to beat the Baltimore Orioles 10-1 on Saturday, keeping their playoff hopes alive heading into the final day of the regular season. RECORD BREAKER ???? Danny Jansen hits the @BlueJays‘ franchise-best 258th home run of the season! ????#BlueJaysOnSN — Sportsnet (@Sportsnet) October 2, […]

GOLDSTEIN: Emissions soaring as UN climate conference approaches

Breadcrumb Trail Links Columnists Canada Author of the article: Lorrie Goldstein Publishing date: Oct 02, 2021  •  36 minutes ago  •  3 minute read  •  Join the conversation Steam and exhaust rise from different companies on a cold winter day on January 6, 2017 in Oberhausen, Germany. Photo by Lukas Schulze /Getty Images Article content While […]

Trump asks US judge to force Twitter to restore his account

Former President Donald Trump has asked a federal judge in Florida to force Twitter to restore his account, which the company suspended in January following the deadly storming of the U.S. Capitol. Trump’s attorneys on Friday filed a motion in U.S. District Court in Miami seeking a preliminary injunction against Twitter and its CEO, Jack […]

Traffic congestion resumes as Toronto returns to normal

Breadcrumb Trail Links Toronto & GTA Reopening Canada Author of the article: Antonella Artuso Publishing date: Oct 02, 2021  •  26 minutes ago  •  2 minute read  •  Join the conversation A section of Dundas Ave. E. was full of cars and TTC vehicles on Sunday, Sept. 12, 2021. Photo by Jack Boland /Toronto Sun/Postmedia Network […]

CHAUDHRI: When unions behave badly

Breadcrumb Trail Links Ontario Columnists Author of the article: Sunira Chaudhri Lawyer Sunira Chaudhri is a Partner at Workly Law. Photo by Supplied /Workly Law Article content As the majority of Canadians are now double vaccinated we can all agree there is truth to the oft used adage ‘there is strength in numbers.’ Advertisement Story […]

Pedestrian struck and killed in Scarborough

Article content A man is dead after being hit by a vehicle in Scarborough on Friday night. Toronto Police say the pedestrian in his 40s was struck shortly after 8:30 p.m. in the area of Eglinton Ave. E. and Midland Ave. The man was transported to hospital by emergency run but later died. Police have […]

Teen stabbed several times on TTC bus near Keele and Wilson

A teen has been taken to the hospital after being stabbed several times on a TTC bus Saturday afternoon, police said. Police said they were called to the Keele Street and Wilson Avenue area at around 2:15 p.m. for a report a male had been attacked on a bus and stabbed. Toronto Paramedic Services said […]

Half of today’s workforce feeling overworked and underpaid

Breadcrumb Trail Links Life Financial Literacy Canada Author of the article: Denette Wilford Publishing date: Oct 02, 2021  •  17 minutes ago  •  2 minute read  •  Join the conversation Asian woman working late at night, suffering burnout. Getty Images Article content Feeling undervalued at work is a common thing but a new study finds people […]