Deputy Prime Minister to attend G7 and G20 Finance Ministers’ Meetings and Annual Meetings of the IMF and the World Bank

This week, the Deputy Prime Minister and Minister of Finance, the Honourable Chrystia Freeland, will attend the Annual Meetings of the World Bank Group and the International Monetary Fund (IMF), in Washington, D.C.

Thanksgiving’s roots in Canada can be found in Indigenous cultures and food, chef says

Giving thanks and celebrating the harvest time, the end of summer and moving into winter are all part of Indigenous cultures, but Indigenous contributions to Thanksgiving traditions are largely ignored today, Edmonton chef Scott Iserhoff says.

Canada confirms its support for the Global Methane Pledge and announces ambitious domestic actions to slash methane emissions

During today’s Global Methane Pledge Ministerial Meeting, co-chaired by the United States and the European Union, the Honourable Jonathan Wilkinson, Minister of Environment and Climate Change, announced Canada’s support for the Global Methane Pledge, which aims to reduce global methane emissions by 30 percent below 2020 levels by 2030.

NHL set for return to ‘a little more of a normal season’

Fans in the stands, road trips to the U.S., and bonding with teammates away from the rink were just some of the casualties as hockey manoeuvred through COVID-19 with numerous health and safety restrictions set against a backdrop that was in an almost constant state of flux.

Benson Kipruto, Diana Kipyogei complete Kenyan sweep in Boston Marathon return

Although organizers put runners through COVID-19 protocols and asked spectators to keep their distance, large crowds lined the 26.2-mile course from Hopkinton to Boston as an early drizzle cleared and temperatures rose to the low 60s for a beautiful fall day.

Extra Thanksgiving, hold the appropriation: An Indigenous perspective on the holiday

Giving thanks and celebrating the harvest time, the end of summer and moving into winter, are also part of Indigenous cultures but Indigenous contributions to Thanksgiving traditions today are largely ignored, Edmonton chef Scott Iserhoff said.

Line 3 did something rare for a pipeline that exports Canadian crude: It got built

A rare phenomenon unfolded a few days ago: A major pipeline project exporting oil from Canada was just completed in the U.S. and began operating, generating far less attention than other similar projects. Here’s a look at Line 3 — what it does and doesn’t do, and what it’s damaged.

Family blindsided after marketing company, funeral home cash in on father’s obituary

The son of an Ontario man is outraged after discovering companies were putting ads on his father’s obituary, using it to make money without telling the family. After Go Public investigated, so did the provincial authority in charge of funeral services, which found the practice breaks the rules.

Red Sox defeat Rays with 13th inning homer, odd wall call in Game 3 of ALDS

Saved by a bizarre bounce and an obscure ruling, the Boston Red Sox beat Tampa Bay 6-4 Sunday night on a walk-off, two-run homer by Christian Vazquez in the 13th inning to move one victory away from eliminating the 100-win Rays from the AL Division Series.