Man arrested in connection with shooting near Tobique Narrows, search continues for 2nd suspect
News/Canada/New Brunswick: A man has been arrested in connection with a shooting near Tobique Narrows, N.B., but police continue to search for another suspect. A 21-year-old was taken into custody Saturday.
Canada is slowly reopening, but is live theatre being left behind? 3 insiders weigh in
News/Entertainment: Provinces are rolling out step-by-step reopening plans. But as COVID-19 lingers, can live theatre in our country make the comeback that performers need and audiences want? Three performing arts insiders share their views.
Mourners in London, Ont., hope 'unison in suffering' can lead to healing after attack
News/Canada/London: Those who spoke and mourned at a funeral held Saturday for for four members of the Afzaal family said they want to focus on the outpouring of support that followed their deaths, and not the hatred that police say was behind the killings.
Coronavirus: What's happening in Canada and around the world on Saturday
News/World: Manitobans can once again gather in small groups outdoors starting this weekend, as provincial health officials say they expect daily COVID-19 case counts to continue to drop but warn the number of people in ICU remains "extremely high."
Is a summer hiring spree coming as COVID restrictions ease? Depends on who you ask
News/Business: As pandemic restrictions ease, businesses hope customers will flood back, spurring a surge in summer hiring. But while there’s optimism better days are ahead, not everyone is certain a wave of employment is about to wash over the economy.
When international travel resumes, Canada's borders and airports will be very different
News/Politics: Just as the 9/11 attacks did 20 years ago, the COVID-19 pandemic will transform the way people travel internationally — with hundreds of millions of dollars in new government spending planned for modernizing border security and updating public health measures at airports.
How a worldwide subscription scam network was traced back to Montreal
News/Canada: A Montreal-based marketing firm is at the heart of a scheme involving a massive network of streaming websites that has scammed thousands of internet users out small amounts totalling hundreds of millions of dollars with promises of free unlimited access to premium content that they do not offer, a Radio-Canada investigation has found.
How Canada can crush the variants with vaccines and make this reopening our last
News/Health: Canada is poised to battle back more contagious coronavirus variants that threaten to jeopardize reopening plans across the country due to a huge uptick in vaccine supply, a willingness from Canadians to get the shots and some promising new vaccine research.
Funeral today for Muslim family in London, Ont., attack seen as a chance to start healing
News/Canada/London: Four members of the Muslim family killed nearly a week ago in a hit-and-run attack will be honoured at a public funeral today in London, Ont. A local imam who will lead the service for the Afzaal family believes the service is a crucial step in healing a grief-sticken community.
B.C. First Nation organizes 3-day healing walk in wake of Kamloops residential school discovery
News/Canada/British Columbia: Hundreds of people have embarked on a trek along the South Thompson River from Kamloops to B.C.'s Shuswap, with the goal of reclaiming the spirits lost to the city's former residential school.
Indigenous athletes contend with numerous barriers en route to Olympic qualification
Sports: Indigenous athletes and academics say poverty, isolation, health issues, inter-generational trauma from residential schools, cultural barriers and a lack of opportunity are preventing many Indigenous athletes from competing at the Olympics.