Family of killed Edmonton police officer issues statement thanking public for support

The families of Police Officers Brett Ryan and Travis Jordan watch flowers at a vigil for Ryan and Jordan on March 17 in Edmonton.Jason Franson Families of two Edmonton police officers was shot earlier this month A statement was issued thanking the public for their support. Const family statement. Brett Ryan and Const. Travis Jordan, … Read more

Nova Scotia RCMP warn public of dangerous women carrying handguns in Sipekne’katik First Nation

Shannon Yvonne Hudson appears in this undated RCMP promotional image.He / The Canadian Press Mounties in Sipekne’katik First Nation in central Nova Scotia are warning residents of a dangerous woman “walking” with a pistol in the community. Just after 7 p.m. local time on Sunday, RCMP issued a public alert in the Mi’kmaq community. The … Read more

Ambassador says Biden’s visit ‘truly conveys’ Canada’s importance to U.S.

Prime Minister Justin Trudeau and U.S. President Joe Biden laugh after Biden addressed parliament at the House of Commons on Parliament Hill in Ottawa, Friday, March 24, 2023. U.S. special envoy David Cohen said Biden’s visit was a real, intimate showcase of Canada’s importance to its southern neighbor.Canadian Press/Sean KilpatrickSean Kilpatrick/The Canadian Press The federal … Read more

Five years after Humboldt Broncos bus accident, Celtics Day raises organ donation awareness

Brandy Hehn, 39, at her home in Regina on March 16. The two-time organ recipient designed the logo for this year’s Celtics Day, which commemorates the fifth anniversary of the Humboldt Broncos bus accident.Michael Bell/Canadian Press Brandy Hehn was a regular in the kidney dialysis unit at Regina General Hospital when the fatal Humboldt Broncos … Read more

Dutch St Johann airport closed after late-night fire on second floor, forcing evacuations

A person stands at the main gate of the St. John’s International Airport terminal on January 19, 2022.Paul Daly/The Canadian Press A fire broke out on the second floor of St. Johann International Airport in the Netherlands, causing the facility to close late Friday night. The main terminal was evacuated due to a “significant incident” … Read more

Security adviser warns PM of public concerns over foreign agent registration, memo shows

On March 1, 2023, National Security and Intelligence Advisor Jody Thomas awaits testimony before the Standing Committee on Procedures and House Affairs (PROC) regarding foreign interference in elections on Parliament Hill in Ottawa.spencer colby A newly released memo reveals the prime minister’s National Security Advisers have warned him that there could be some resistance to … Read more

Sophie Grégoire Trudeau introduces curling to Jill Biden during first lady’s visit

On March 24, U.S. First Lady Jill Biden (third from right) and Sophie Gregoire Trudeau (right) visited Canadian youths participating in the curling event in Ottawa, Ontario, Canada.Andrei Ivanov/AFP/Getty Images The first lady of the United States was in Ottawa on Friday for a full tour of Canada’s sports culture, as Sophie Gregoire Trudeau took … Read more

Federal government, B.C. and First Nations sign care coordination agreement

The delivery of Aboriginal cultural and community-based child and family services was celebrated Friday in Northern British Columbia’s Okanagan with the signing of the province’s first care coordination services agreement. Federal Indigenous Services Minister Patty Hajdu said in an interview after the ceremony that Indigenous children thrive when they are able to be with their … Read more

What do you feed POTUS for dinner?Here’s the Bidens’ Complete Menu in Ottawa

President Joe Biden met with Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau on March 24 on Parliament Hill in Ottawa.Andrew Harnik America president Joe Biden stays in Ottawa He’s on an excursion north of the border, but the National Arts Center’s catering team plans to take him on a cross-country food tour Friday night. The president and … Read more

Airbnb to take down listings without proper licenses in Quebec

Short-term rental company Airbnb said it would take down listings that did not have the proper permits from the Quebec government. The San Francisco-based company made the announcement eight days later Deadly fire devastates old Montreal Illegal leased buildings. Source link