Ravens linebacker Ferguson dies at 26

Jaylon Ferguson, who set an FBS record for career sacks while at Louisiana Tech and then played the last three seasons in the NFL with the Baltimore Ravens, has died. He was 26 years old. Police said Wednesday that the cause of death has not yet been determined. “On June 21, 2022, at approximately 11:25 […]

Passport officers urged to ‘take time off’

Passport officers and other Service Canada employees, completely overwhelmed by the demand of the past few weeks, have been made aware by email of “the importance of taking leave” which makes them more productive for the organization. • Read also: Issuance of passports: a slower pace than before the pandemic • Read also: Passport crisis: […]

Stéphane Bureau: debating to feed minds

The new debate program that Stéphane Bureau will host from the fall, “World upside down”, is likely to make waves. • Read also: “Spicy aperitif”: Guy Nantel returns to his controversies • Read also: François Lambert reveals himself and says no to politics Noting with panic the shrinking of the space to make a head […]

Ghosts of Giant Mine | Radio-Canada.ca

While the miners saw it as the goose that laid the golden eggs, the mine looked more like a monster to the Yellowknife Dene, who saw it take over their ancestral lands and leave much suffering in its wake. . ” The Giant Mine is a monster that has threatened generations of Yellowknife Dene. It […]

Authorities recover the bodies of the Jesuit priests and the tourist guide murdered in Chihuahua

The Governor of chihuahuaMaru Campos, confirmed that state authorities recovered the bodies of the Jesuit priests Javier Campos and Joaquín Mora, as well as that of the tourist guide Pedro Palma, who were murdered last Monday in the community of Cerocahuimunicipality of Urique. “Thanks to an extraordinary effort by the State Attorney General’s Office, commanded […]

City of Vancouver apologizes for harm caused during daily street sweeps in the Downtown Eastside | The Canadian News

The City of Vancouver apologized for harm caused during daily “street sweeps” of the Downtown Eastside and vowed to find an alternative way to keep the streets clear in a statement sent to CBC Wednesday.  The apology follows a motion before Vancouver city council Tuesday evening calling for changes to the way sweeps are conducted.  During these sweeps, which […]

Wet’suwet’en members sue RCMP and Coastal GasLink for alleged harassment and intimidation | The Canadian News

Members of the Wet’suwet’en Nation are suing the RCMP and Coastal GasLink for alleged harassment they claim to have suffered at the hands of police and private security overstepping the boundaries of an injunction guaranteeing the construction of a controversial pipeline. In a notice of civil claim filed in B.C. Supreme Court Wednesday, two elders […]

COVID-19 in Alberta: Hinshaw holds ‘last regularly scheduled’ update, changes to data dashboard coming

Breadcrumb Trail Links politics Alberta’s Health Minister Jason Copping and Alberta’s chief medical officer of health Dr. Deena Hinshaw. Photo by David Bloom /postmedia Article content Key indicators continue to show a decline in COVID-19 in Alberta, according to Wednesday’s report which will also be the last “regularly scheduled” in-person update, according to the province’s […]