Edmonton police say more interested in joining police force after officer is shot dead

Edmonton Police Department officers Travis Jordan and Brett Ryan are saluted by Edmonton Police Department officers during a march on March 27. More people are interested in joining Edmonton police after two officers were killed earlier this month over a phone call, police say.Jason Franson/The Canadian Press More people are interested in joining the Edmonton … Read more

BC announces rate increases for foster parents and kinship care providers

John Horgan and Mitzi Dean meet with supporters during a campaign event in Victoria, British Columbia, April 28, 2017. Children and Family Development Minister Dean said monthly payments for families with foster children aged 11 and under would increase by $450 to $1,465 per child, while caregivers aged 12 to 19 would increase by $531 … Read more

How Budget 2023 will change lives

As I sat this week in the federal budget lock-down, pouring out the changes introduced in the budget, I was reminded of a line by the author Washington Irving: As I have often found on stagecoach journeys, changing one’s place is often a A comfort, wounded in a new place. “ Now, not all budget … Read more

The federal budget’s grocery rebate, and who could get it

The 2023 federal budget announced a grocery tax rebate to help with rising food costs amid persistently high inflation.Carlos Osorio/Reuters the government announced Federal Budget 2023 Tuesday, Billions in new spending announced For green technology projects and expansion of the National Dental Care Program.In addition to these measures, it was announced that Canadians can expect … Read more

TTC stabbing victim Gabriel Magalhaes is remembered as an adventurer with a smile on his face

On March 27, a temporary memorial was erected next to the gate on Toronto’s Bloor Danforth line. On 26 March, 16-year-old Gabriel Magalhaes was stabbed to death at the station.Fred Lum/Globe and Mail Andrea Magalhaes will remember the gentle smile and determination of her 16-year-old son, who police say was stabbed to death at a … Read more

Discounted Bank Stocks, CRA Rebates and Tighter Rates: Must-Read Business and Investing Stories

The Canada Revenue Agency has resumed collecting debts related to Canada Child Benefit overpayments, a move that surprised some parents with a sharp reduction in March payments.Adrian Wyld/The Canadian Press Caught up for a week away? Here’s your weekly digest of the world’s most important business and investing stories, featuring insights and analysis from the … Read more

Travel disruptions hit Germany as transport strike looms

A flight display shows canceled flights at an empty terminal at Munich’s Franz Josef Strauss Airport in southern Germany on March 26.Christoph Stach/AFP/Getty Images An increasing number of German travelers boarded trains and planes on Sunday, the day before a major one-day strike aimed at bringing the country’s transport system to a standstill. But even … Read more

Comparing down payments and mortgage rate drops across cities: This week’s real estate headlines

Home of the Week, 4390 Anderson St., Whitby, Ont.Robert Horowka/Robert Horowka/Birdhouse Media Here are the top housing and real estate stories from The Globe and Mail this week, including today’s lowest mortgage rates in Canada, reviews from our mortgage experts and homes worth a look. What will downtown office districts look like when the five-day … Read more

Ontario releases ‘sunshine list’ of public servants earning over $100,000 in 2022

The Ontario Power Generation sign at the Darlington Power Plant in Bowmanville, Ontario on May 31, 2019.Cole Burston/The Canadian Press Ontario’s so-called Sunshine List is out, with three high-paying public officials across the province Both generate electricity in Ontario. There are nearly 267,000 names of public sector workers with disclosed salaries of more than $100,000 … Read more

A preview of what Canadians might expect from the 2023 federal budget

Treasurer Chrystia Freeland will unveil the 2022 federal budget on March 28 at 4 p.m. ET. Green technology, healthcare and affordability are expected to be key themes.Blair Gables/Reuters Treasurer Chrystia Freeland will announce Federal Budget 2023 March 28. what can we expect ms freeland He has said the budget will focus on green technology, health … Read more