A killer wants one last chance

An assassin who killed a teenage girl with 72 stab wounds 15 years ago wants to take a “last chance” to seek parole earlier than expected, despite strong opposition from relatives of the victim. “Why Sébastien Simon can think of leaving after only 15 years, and think that society must pass in the towel [sur […]

Big weekend in sight in the LBJÉQ

The various teams involved in the Quebec Elite Junior Baseball League (LBJÉQ) playoffs will have an interest in managing their pitchers well this weekend, while double programs will be in the spotlight. • Read also: A grand slam for Jean-Christophe Masson • Read also: A Quebec pitcher drafted by the Rays Thanks to a full […]

Alberta Health Minister Defends Decision Against COVID-19 Vaccine Passport Amid Repeated Questioning | The Canadian News

Alberta Health Minister Tyler Shandro continues to defend the UCP’s decision not to implement the so-called vaccine passport and related restrictions, amid the growing fourth wave of COVID-19 cases and hospitalizations. Shandro has been asked repeatedly, specifically in the past two days, why the Alberta government has no current plans to introduce a trial vaccination […]

A little pull in the Jack Eichel case

The Buffalo Sabers have been rather quiet on the Jack Eichel case recently, but the situation could quickly change in the coming days. The New York State star player fired his agents Peter Donatelli and Peter Fish at the end of August to replace them with Pat Brisson. According to the network Sportsnet, the new […]

A projectile found near Radio-Canada

A projectile was discovered Friday afternoon by a security guard in the parking lot of the former Maison de Radio-Canada, in downtown Montreal. The Service de police de la Ville de Montréal (SPVM) says it has opened an investigation, while specifying that no gunshots had been heard before near the studios of the state corporation. […]

COVID-19: Southern Area Reacts After Funds Announced to Increase Alberta’s Healthcare Capacity – Lethbridge | The Canadian News

The province announced up to $ 36 million in funding that would go toward increasing Alberta’s healthcare capacity on Thursday. That money will go to increase salaries for health care assistants and expand the capacity of the workforce to support home care and short-term continuing care facilities. Read more: COVID-19 ICU Admissions Hit Alberta Hospitals; […]

Protester sued for threatening Justin Trudeau

A 32-year-old protester was arrested for making death threats against Prime Minister Justin Trudeau during an election trip in late August, Canadian police said on Friday. • Read also: Election result: Jean Chrétien does not want to get wet • Read also: Federal ballot: voters still greeted with a “Bonjour / Hello” • Read also: […]

Peterborough Global Pet Shelter Project for September 10, 2021 | Watch news videos online

Emily from the Peterborough Humane Society introduces us to a segment on double cats. “Ash” is a gray shorthair domestic cat who loves other cats. “Mia” is a 10 year old senior shorthair domestic cat looking for a nice and quiet home indoors forever. For more information, visit: peterboroughhumanesociety.ca Reference-globalnews.ca thecanadianThe Canadian News Canada’s largets […]

Indigenous leaders want “more clarity” on reconciliation after final election campaign debate | The Canadian News

Canadian political party leaders debated reconciliation Thursday night, but indigenous leaders say that amid the confusion, some of their arguments lacked clarity and distinction. Too often, Inuit Tapiriit Kanatami President Natan Obed said, ‘First Nations’ was used as a placeholder identity for all indigenous peoples in Canada, and with just days left until the federal […]

Election result: Jean Chrétien does not want to get wet

Former Prime Minister Jean Chrétien was very, very cautious about the outcome of the federal election. He formally refused to predict a victory for Justin Trudeau’s Liberals on Friday. • Read also: Federal ballot: voters still greeted with a “Bonjour / Hello” • Read also: Start of advance polling “Obviously elections are elections. We have […]

Expanded Analysis: Amazon’s warehouse rules generate pressure from legislators to protect workers – El Tiempo Latino

(c) 2021, The Washington Post – Jay Greene Lawmakers are increasing pressure on Amazon for policies they say are causing injuries and job indignities in its massive and growing warehouse operations. Senator Kirsten Gillibrand, D-NY, on Thursday sent a letter addressed to the chair of the US Equal Employment Opportunity Commission (EEOC), urging the agency […]