751 lights to illuminate unmarked graves at vigil to honour those buried on Cowessess First Nation

A councillor with the Cowessess First Nation says Saturday’s vigil will be important for community members as they work to heal, but also for those in the surrounding communities, as it’s not only Cowessess First Nation members who are believed to be buried at the site.

Executive overseeing B.C. car sales industry misled others into believing she’s a lawyer, petition alleges

One of the top officials at B.C.’s regulator for car sales has been misrepresenting herself as a lawyer when she hasn’t practised in more than three decades, according to court filings from the Law Society of B.C.

Trauma resurfaces for residential school survivors amid discovery of hundreds of unmarked graves

Bruce Allan, residential school survivor and resolution health support worker at the Indian Residential Schools Survivors Society, says the support line has been used by survivors and non-Indigneous alike wanting to understand and share their stories. WARNING: This story contains distressing details. Support is available for anyone affected by their experience at residential schools, and… Continue reading Trauma resurfaces for residential school survivors amid discovery of hundreds of unmarked graves

Minister Ng reaffirms Canada’s commitment to fighting racism and discrimination 

Today, at the Chinese Canadians Leaders’ Summit of the Action, Chinese Canadians Together (ACCT) Foundation, the Honourable Mary Ng, Minister of Small Business, Export Promotion and International Trade, affirmed the importance of diversity, inclusion, and representation in all aspects of society, especially within government.

Why an invasive moth caterpillar infestation is breaking records in central Canada

A species of invasive moth caterpillars are stripping trees bare and raining down feces from the canopy across much of southern Ontario and Quebec, amid a record infestation. Here’s why their population has exploded and what can be done about them.

Her Majesty’s Canadian Ship Harry DeWolf becomes the First Arctic and Offshore Patrol Ship Commissioned by the Royal Canadian Navy

The Royal Canadian Navy (RCN) has officially welcomed into service the first Arctic and Offshore Patrol Ship, Her Majesty’s Canadian Ship (HMCS) Harry DeWolf, with the time-honoured tradition of a Commissioning Ceremony.

N.B.’s Jake Allen heads to second Stanley Cup Final in three years

For the second time in three seasons, Fredericton native Jake Allen is on his way to the Stanley Cup final. The veteran NHL goaltender signed with the Montreal Canadiens before this season began, after seven seasons with the St. Louis Blues, where he won the Stanley Cup in 2019.

Engineer had warned of structural damage to collapsed Florida condo building, report says

A consultant had warned three years before the deadly collapse of a south Florida condominium building that there was evidence of “major structural damage” to the concrete slab below the pool deck and abundant cracking and crumbling in the underground parking garage, the New York Times reported early on Saturday.

Minister Ng to promote inclusive trade and building back better at the APEC Global MSME Forum

The Honourable Mary Ng, Minister of Small Business, Export Promotion and International Trade, will deliver remarks and participate on the Ministerial panel for the Asia-Pacific Economic Cooperation (APEC) Global Micro, Small and Medium Enterprises (MSME) Forum.

BREAKING CANADA NEWS BLOG: Western Canada Heat Wave Expected to Break Daily With All Time Tempertures

Be safe and stay indoors a heat wave is stretching across Western Canada  and is set to break daily and all-time temperature records much earlier in the year than past usual years. See More Information on Canada Blog News Heat Wave. FYI SEARCH MILLIONS OF CANADA WEBSITE LISTINGS