Canada introduces law that excludes people suffering from only mental illness from accessing assisted deaths

Canada’s federal government on Thursday introduced a law that would exclude people suffering solely from mental illness from pursuing assisted death for an additional year. Legislation passed in 2021 temporarily … Read More

Gold medallists Shewfelt, MacLennan, Black call for resignations at Gymnastics Canada

Three of Canada’s most accomplished gymnasts called on senior leaders of Gymnastics Canada to step down just as the embattled organization’s CEO was being grilled by a parliamentary committee over his handling … Read More

Downie-Landry scores late winner as PHF Canada beats PHF World to win all-star championship

Jade Downie-Landry’s late unassisted goal lifted PHF Canada to an exciting 3-2 victory over PHF World in the Premier Hockey Federation’s annual all-star game, played Sunday at Mattamy Athletic Centre … Read More

Haitian gangs’ gruesome murders of police spark protests as calls mount for U.S., Canada to intervene

Port-au-Prince, Haiti — Outraged rebel police officers paralyzed Port-au-Prince on Thursday, roaring through the streets on motorcycles in protest of a slew of killings of police officers by Haitian gangs. More … Read More

‘Everything is on the table’ to improve national curling efforts, says Canada Curling CEO

In the wake of an independent third-party high-performance review focused on finding success on the pebbled ice once again, Curling Canada CEO Katherine Henderson says it’s time for change. CBC … Read More

Russian man in Canada who received conscription notice to fight in Ukraine granted refugee status

Trofim Modlyi, 19, who’s from Khabarovsk in eastern Russia, was visiting his sister in Alberta when Russia invaded Ukraine last February. He decided to file a refugee claim in Canada … Read More

MPs were working to bring former Afghan politician to Canada before she was killed — 8 others are waiting

A group of Canadian politicians from all different parties says it has been working since last October to bring nine women who were former Parliamentarians in Afghanistan to Canada. Now, … Read More

Kraemer scores 4 goals as Canada captures gold at U18 women’s hockey worlds with dominant win over Sweden

Caitlin Kraemer led the way with four goals as Canada routed Sweden 10-0 to claim its second consecutive gold medal at the women’s world under-18 hockey championship on Sunday in Östersund, Sweden. … Read More

Law scores OT winner as Canada advances to face Sweden for gold at U18 women’s hockey worlds

Alex Law scored twice, including the overtime winner, as Canada edged Finland 3-2 in overtime in a women’s world under-18 hockey championship semifinal Saturday in Östersund, Sweden. CBC | Sports News

Girl Guides of Canada announces name change of ‘Brownies’ branch to be more ‘inclusive’ for young girls

The Girl Guides of Canada scouting organization has officially announced a new name for its “Brownies” branch, renaming the group in an effort to become more “inclusive” after some raised … Read More

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