• Colin Powell dies from COVID-19 complications, family says
    Gen. Colin Powell, former U.S. secretary of state and military leader, has died due to complications from COVID-19, his family said in a Facebook post Monday.
    Oct 18, 2021
  • Colin Powell’s mixed legacy in the Black community
    Powell, who died Monday of COVID-19 complications, spent 35 years in the Army and rose to political prominence under Republican presidents
    Oct 19, 2021
  • In leaked emails, Colin Powell calls Donald Trump a ‘national disgrace’
    Former Secretary of State Colin Powell, in newly leaked emails, called Donald Trump a "national disgrace" and suggested everything Hillary Clinton touches "she kind of screws up with hubris."
    Sep 14, 2016
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  • B.C. municipal election 2022: Powell River results
    Powell River residents went to the polls on Oct. 15 to choose their next mayor and council in the 2022 B.C. municipal election.
    Sep 18
  • ‘Immunity debt’: Why experts say this new term promotes COVID-19 ‘misinformation’
    The term "immunity debt" is circulating as an explanation of a surge in illness in Canada, but infectious diseases experts say it's “dangerous” and promotes COVID “misinformation.”
    Nov 12
  • Ontario education worker strike called off with union members to vote on tentative deal
    CUPE and the province have been holding labour negotiations throughout the weekend, and the union has set a deadline of 5 p.m. today to reach a deal.
    Nov 20
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  • Julie Powell, food writer of ‘Julie & Julia,’ dies at 49
    Food writer Julie Powell, who blogged for a year about making every recipe in Julia Child’s 'Mastering the Art of French Cooking,' leading to a film adaptation, has died.
    Nov 2
  • Cities protest ‘staggering’ losses Ford government’s Ontario housing bill could cause
    Municipal planning staff have predicted that changes proposed under Bill 23 could dramatically increase the rate of property tax residents pay or gut public services.
    Nov 22
  • Multiple unions planning mass Ontario-wide walkout to protest Ford government: sources
    Multiple sources told Global News a coalition of unions is planning a mass demonstration at Queen’s Park next Saturday, and a massive multi-sector strike on Monday, Nov. 14.
    Nov 6
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  • Is COVID harming immune systems? Here’s what we know, and what we don’t
    A surge of viral illness across Canada, especially among children, has sparked questions about whether COVID-19 is to blame, but experts say there is not enough data to prove this.
    Nov 16
  • Ontario economy on a ‘knife’s edge’ while government programs face underfunding, FAO says
    Financial Accountability Officer Peter Weltman said Ontario's economy is projected to slow down amid high interest rates and cautious consumer spending.
    Oct 27
  • Meet the candidates running to be Kelowna’s mayor
    Running to be mayor in the biggest city in B.C.'s Interior are incumbent Colin Basran plus challengers Tom Dyas, Dave Habib, Glendon Smedley and Silverado Socrates.
    Oct 12
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  • Kelowna’s incoming mayor ready to tackle complex issues
    Dyas came out on top in Kelowna's polls during B.C.'s civic elections on Oct. 15. He had more than double the votes of his next-closest opponent, Colin Basran.
    Nov 2
  • Ontario’s top doctor urges mask wearing, warns mandate could return
    Dr. Kieran Moore, Ontario's medical officer of health, urged people to get vaccines, boosters and wear a mask to avoid an unmanageable surge in hospital admissions.
    Oct 13
  • Convicted wife killer Colin Thatcher attends tough-on-crime Saskatchewan throne speech
    Colin Thatcher says he was invited by a member of the Saskatchewan Party government.
    Oct 26
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  • Ontario CMOH attended gathering unmasked days after masking recommendation
    Premier Ford quickly sprang to Dr. Moore's defence, indicating that the province's top doctor was simply following provincial rules.
    Nov 18
  • Sask. NDP renews call for more shelter funding in wake of Thatcher appearance
    The Sask. opposition wants the Moe government prove they care about family violence after Colin Thatcher, convicted of killing his ex-wife, was invited to throne speech ceremonies.
    Oct 31
  • Niagara MPP booted from legislature says goal was to get Ontario back to bargaining table
    Niagara Falls MPP Wyane Gates says a heated display during question period Wednesday was about getting the Ford government to restart negotiations with education workers.
    Nov 3
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  • Hamilton’s mayoral candidates dismiss talk of tolls for Linc and Red Hill Valley parkway
    Mayoral candidates dismissed road toll talks for Hamilton after Toronto's mayor said tolls on the DVP and Gardiner would help to reduce congestion in the downtown.
    Oct 20
  • Association of Municipalities of Ontario worries about housing bill impact
    One aspect of a large bill introduced Tuesday by Municipal Affairs and Housing Minister Steve Clark would freeze, reduce and exempt fees developers pay in order to spur building.
    Oct 26