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Quebec missing 8,558 teachers days before start of school year

Quebec missing 8,558 teachers days before start of school year

Quebec Education Minister Bernard Drainville attempted to reassure parents Wednesday as he confirmed that the province is still missing thousands of teachers just days before the start of the school year.
Halifax studying ways to better protect at-risk neighbourhoods from wildfires

Halifax studying ways to better protect at-risk neighbourhoods from wildfires

HALIFAX — The Halifax Regional Municipality is exploring ways to better protect its vulnerable neighbourhoods from wildfires.
Rogers launches 5G network in Toronto subway, Bell and Telus left out for now

Rogers launches 5G network in Toronto subway, Bell and Telus left out for now

TORONTO — Rogers Communications Inc.
Ontario court rules against Jordan Peterson, upholds social media training order

Ontario court rules against Jordan Peterson, upholds social media training order

TORONTO — An Ontario court has ruled against controversial psychologist Jordan Peterson, upholding a regulatory body's order that he undergo social media training or potentially lose his licence to practice.
A chronology of key events following Ontario's decision to develop Greenbelt lands

A chronology of key events following Ontario's decision to develop Greenbelt lands

The RCMP said Wednesday that it is assessing whether to launch an investigation into the removal of lands from the protected Greenbelt for housing development, following a referral from the Ontario Provincial Police.
CSPA clarifies statement on women's interim deal with Canada Soccer

CSPA clarifies statement on women's interim deal with Canada Soccer

The Canadian Soccer Players' Association has cleared the air on the interim deal the senior women's team struck with Canada Soccer in July.
Native American group to digitize 20,000 archival pages linked to Quaker-run Indian boarding schools

Native American group to digitize 20,000 archival pages linked to Quaker-run Indian boarding schools

NEW YORK (AP) — A coalition advocating for Native American people traumatized by an oppressive system of boarding schools for Native youths plans to digitize 20,000 archival pages related to schools in that system that were operated by the Quakers.
Ontario adds $11M to funding for investigation, recovery following Wheatley explosion

Ontario adds $11M to funding for investigation, recovery following Wheatley explosion

WHEATLEY, Ont. — Ontario's minister of natural resources and forestry says the province is putting an additional $11 million toward ongoing costs of a 2021 explosion in Wheatley, Ont., that levelled a building and injured 20 people.
Ford, Edmonton Elks look to break CFL-record 22-game home losing streak

Ford, Edmonton Elks look to break CFL-record 22-game home losing streak

It's one long losing streak down, one more to go for Tre Ford and the Edmonton Elks. Ford guided Edmonton to a 24-10 road win over the Hamilton Tiger-Cats last week.
Teams finalized ahead of Laver Cup tennis tournament in Vancouver

Teams finalized ahead of Laver Cup tennis tournament in Vancouver

VANCOUVER — Americans Tommy Paul and Ben Shelton and Argentina's Francisco Cerundolo will join Montreal's Felix Auger-Aliassime on Team World at the upcoming Laver Cup tennis tournament.