Raptors coach Nick Nurse will miss Friday's game due to COVID-19 protocols
Sports/Basketball/NBA: Head coach Nick Nurse and five other members of the coaching staff, will not be part of Friday night’s game against the Houston Rockets, because of health and safety protocols, the team announced.
Ontario alerts healthcare workers about counterfeit N95 respirators that slipped detection
News/Canada/Toronto: Ontario’s health ministry said Friday a number of counterfeit N95 respirators were sent to health care providers and that it's now investigating how they products wound up in the provincial stockpile.
Canada Pension Plan chief resigns after getting vaccinated against COVID-19 in Dubai
News/Business: The chief executive of the fund that manages Canada Pension Plan investments has resigned after it was revealed that he decided to travel to the United Arab Emirates, where he arranged to be vaccinated against COVID-19.
Ontario man fined $3.8K at land border crossing amid confusion over who's 'essential'
News/Canada/Windsor: An Ontario man who says he normally has no problem crossing the Windsor-Detroit border for work was surprised to learn this week he's subject to new rules — because, he was told, he doesn't cross every day.
Gabriela DeBues-Stafford ready to 'get back at it' in 1,500m at Texas Qualifier
Sports/Olympics/Summer Sports/Track and Field: Gabriela DeBues-Stafford headlines a group of seven Canadians at the Texas Qualifier on Saturday night, running her first outdoor 1,500-metre race since lowering her national record 16 months ago at the 2019 world championships.
Assault victims lash out at plea deal for Ottawa police officer
News/Canada/Ottawa: Two women who were assaulted by Ottawa police Const. Eric Post say a plea deal brokered by the Crown diminishes the violence and fear the officer inflicted upon them. Post initially faced 32 charges related to alleged violence against seven women. In January, he pleaded guilty to five offences and 27 charges were dropped.
Family seeks return of Cindy Gladue's remains from Alberta medical examiner's office
News/Indigenous: The family of Cindy Gladue, a 36 year-old Cree-Metis woman whose killer was found guilty of manslaughter last week, wants Alberta’s Office of the Chief Medical Examiner to return her remains so they can lay her to rest.
B.C. babysitter's conviction in death of child may have been miscarriage of justice, review finds
News/Canada/British Columbia: A B.C.’s babysitter’s conviction in the 2011 death of a toddler may have been the result of a miscarriage of justice, according to a special prosecutor appointed by the province.
Parents of missing N.S. toddler take fight against cyberbullying to court
News/Canada/Nova Scotia: The parents of a toddler who went missing last May in Truro, N.S., are heading to court next week to fight back against the deluge of harassment and vitriol they’ve received since the little boy vanished.
Inside the ER in Laval, Que., one of the worst hit cities in Canada
News/Canada/Montreal: For the first time since the start of the pandemic, Laval's Cité-de-la-Santé hospital gave CBC News exclusive access inside the ER to see how it works and the precautions it has put in place to keep everyone safe.