Today in the city Woodstock 15.10.2018
Justin Trudeau And His Family Should Stop Accepting Lavish Gifts: Charlie Angus

OTTAWA — A pair of Ray-Ban sunglasses. A limited edition, painted leather clutch. Beauty products, glittering jewelry, shoes, luggage, children's clothing, sporting accessories.Prime Minister Ju...

Liberal MP Anita Vandenbeld Faces Heat For Robocall Promoting Husband's City Council Bid

A Liberal MP is being accused of crossing the line with a robocall urging constituents to elect her husband to Ottawa's city council.Anita Vandenbeld, who represents the riding of Ottawa West-Nepean,...

Woodstock police issue suspect description in indecent act probe

The suspect has been described as a male in his late twenties or early thirties, with long, dirty brown hair that is shaved at the sides with a 'man-bun' style on top.

Competition watchdog alleges brand-name pharma firms are denying generic-drug makers medicines needed for tests

Companies have 'increasingly' been denying or delaying sales of their medicines, the Competition Bureau of Canada charges in court documents obtained by the National Post

Environment watchdog group upset with Pallister’s pullout on carbon tax

A local environment watchdog is angry about the Manitoba government’s pivot on climate change. Last week, Premier Brian Pallister pulled the plug on the carbon tax, saying Ottawa has not respect...

Ontario Premier Doug Ford Fans Rally After Ontario His 1st 100 Days In Office

Superfans of the Ford family — and a few of their more skeptical fans — packed a banquet hall to celebrate Ontario Premier Doug Ford's first 100 days in office on Tuesday night.The premier...

Toronto police officer charged with assault after 48-year-old man injured

Ontario's police watchdog says the incident took place on May 5 after several people called 911 to report that a man was interfering with traffic at an east-end intersection.

SIU investigating after man sustains serious injuries in Collingwood

Ontario's police watchdog, the Special Investigation's Unit (SIU) is investigating after a man in Collingwood sustained serious injuries. 

Elections watchdog won't use new powers to reopen the 'robocalls' case

In an exclusive interview with CBC News, Commissioner of Elections Yves Côté said his office could use the new powers it will get when Bill C-76 is adopted - such as being able to go to get a judge's...

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