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Homegrown opportunities abound in facing B.C.’s housing crisis

The population of B.C. continues to grow, and migration and record-breaking immigration targets will continue to ensure that demand for housing outweighs supply → Read More

Mendicino ‘concerned’ RCMP withheld badge numbers of officers who cleared Ambassador Bridge protest

Asked whether he found the RCMP’s decision not to release badge numbers acceptable, Mendicino says he was ‘very concerned’ → Read More

Quebecers head to the polls for province’s general election

Quebec’s party leaders will cast their ballots and wait for the results to come in after polls close at 8 p.m. Legault voted in advance polls last week → Read More

Quebec party leaders work to get the vote out on final campaign day

Quebec solidaire’s Gabriel Nadeau-Dubois will spend his day shoring up support in the Montreal area, while Legault visits ridings in Montreal and Estrie → Read More

Leaders urge Quebecers to vote as advance polls open ahead of provincial election

Coalition Avenir Quebec Leader Francois Legault will vote today as advance voting opens across the province → Read More

Legault apologizes for saying racism against Indigenous people at hospital is ‘settled’

Legault says he never meant to offend when he said last week that the situation at the hospital in Joliette, Que., is settled → Read More

Legault to visit riding where his candidate was threatened

The incumbent premier is starting the day in the riding where a CAQ candidate recently moved his children and partner out of the family home → Read More

Quebec Liberal leader faces questions about her political future

Quebec Liberal Leader Dominique Anglade planning to remain as Liberal leader after election - because, she says, her party will win → Read More

Quebec election: 880 candidates in the running for Oct. 3 election

Officials say 43 per cent of candidates are women, up from 40 per cent four years ago, and there is an average of seven candidates per riding → Read More

CAQ Leader François Legault says he regrets English content on his party’s website

Coalition Avenir Québec had published an English version of a document detailing its accomplishments during its four years in government → Read More

Pope Francis arrives in Canada for Indigenous reconciliation visit

Pope’s six-day tour aimed at reconciliation for the Roman Catholic Church’s role in residential schools → Read More

Backers of Banff passenger rail project say they need provincial yes or no

Liricon has asked Alberta to commit $30 million over the life of the train to cover the project’s price tag → Read More

How Russia’s invasion of Ukraine is reshaping global oil markets

Due to Western sanctions, the global oil market has been reshaped following Russia’s invasion of Ukraine → Read More

Five things investors need to watch for the week ahead

Investors are assessing how much U.S rate hikes are biting, whether euro zone inflation is near peaking and how damaging China’s COVID lockdowns are for the world’s No.2 economy → Read More

Doug Ford pledges to restore Northlander passenger rail service, rebuild Highway 101

Conservative Party leader Doug Ford is the only party leader with a formal campaign stop scheduled on Sunday → Read More

Ontario Progressive Conservatives tout expansion of GO train service to Bowmanville

Ontario PC Leader Doug Ford says extending GO train service in Durham Region with four new stations will help families save time and money → Read More

Ontario Liberals promise to re-introduce Grade 13 on an optional basis

Ontario Liberal Leader Steven Del Duca says re-introducing Grade 13 will help students cope with the effects of the COVID-19 pandemic on their education → Read More

Ontario NDP promise to spur construction of 1.5 million new homes in 10 years

Ontario NDP Leader Andrea Horwath says her housing plan aims to make it more affordable for families to have their own home, not speculators wanting to make a fortune → Read More

Photographer Laura Pedersen’s Covid-19 self-portraits

With no one but herself to photograph, Laura Pedersen started taking self-portraits of the emotions she was trying to process → Read More

Reactions to Blackhawks scandal pour in from across the sports world

Reactions from abuse survivors across sports pour in for Kyle Beach following revelations of the Chicago Blackhawks’ sexual assault scandal → Read More