Milano, Demers among hockey players trying to crack NHL rosters through professional tryouts | Globalnews.ca

Sonny Milano had a long summer — and not just because his team missed the NHL playoffs. Despite putting up 14 goals and 34 points in 66 games with the Anaheim Ducks in 2021-22, the winger was surprisingly cut loose and hit the open market after not receiving a qualifying offer. All the 26-year-old could … Read more

Poilievre replaces top lawyer at Conservative Party | CBC News

Pierre Poilievre has replaced the Conservative Party’s top lawyer with his own pick, CBC News has learned, as he continues to shake up the party’s upper echelons.  The party’s legal counsel, Arthur Hamilton, has been replaced with Michael Wilson, a Poilievre ally and partner at the law firm Goodmans, according to sources. The sources were not authorized to … Read more

‘Alberta is Calling’: Marketing campaign calls on Toronto residents to move out west

The Toronto Transit Commission’s (TTC) Bloor-Yonge subway station is covered with Alberta is Calling posters, displaying messages about better affordability and job opportunities and strongly encouraging Torontonians to move out west. Premier Jason Kenney announced in August the Alberta is Calling campaign to recruit skilled workers with a marketing campaign touting the province’s lower taxes, … Read more

Letters to The Province, Sept. 27, 2022: Did Trudeau cross a line in London hotel bar?

Article content The supposed “global outrage” over the revealed snippet of Bohemian Rhapsody belted by Prime Minister Justin Trudeau in the privacy of a London hotel lounge that the Canadian delegation was staying in while attending the Queen’s funeral has left me quite perplexed. How did the event become demeaning and a disgrace for all … Read more

Gil Penalosa flip flops on whether he’d use strong-mayor veto if elected

Toronto mayoral candidate Gil Penalosa is giving mixed signals about whether he would use the new powers of his office to veto local objections to housing construction if he’s elected next month. At a meeting with the Star’s editorial board on Monday, Penalosa, who is considered Mayor John Tory’s highest-profile challenger in the Oct. 24 … Read more

Police, paramedics respond to reports of person hit by TTC bus in Scarborough – Toronto | Globalnews.ca

Toronto emergency services are on the scene of an incident in Scarborough after a bus reportedly struck a pedestrian. In a tweet, Toronto police said they were called to the area of Kingston Road and Morningside Avenue at around 7:20 p.m. on Monday. Police said they received reports the collision involved a TTC bus and … Read more

School board lacked authority to suspend trustees over alleged bullying: B.C. judge

Breadcrumb Trail Links News Local News The decision following a judicial review means trustees Diane McNally and Rob Paynter have been reinstated. Author of the article: Photo by Vancouver school district /PNG Article content A B.C. Supreme Court judge has ruled the Greater Victoria School Board lacked the authority to censure and suspend two elected … Read more

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