A recent study by the Institute of Marriage and Family Canada shows that marriage is very much linked to income. Higher-income Canadians are very likely to be married, while their lowest income counterparts are very […]
Forum Research’s latest survey shows that the gas plant controversy is hurting Premier Kathleen Wynne’s chances of forming the next government. The Forum Research poll found Tim Hudak’s Progressive Conservatives now lead with 38 per […]
Former federal finance minister Jim Flaherty is dead at the age of 64.
Small business owners in Oakville are looking at their operating costs and scratching their heads. How are they going to manage the 7.3 per cent minimum wage increase that comes into effect on June 1?
In the aftermath of the massacre, the small town was left bloody and raw. Ana Ponce, a human rights delegate, visited the wreckage looking for anyone who’d managed to escape the Salvadorian army’s bullets. She […]
Concern over a Facebook photo is being credited for saving a young girl’s vision. Tara Taylor posted the photo of her three year-old daughter, Rylee, without noticing anything wrong with her eye, CNN reports. The […]
This year will mark the seventieth year since 359 Canadian soldiers lost their lives on the sands of Juno beach. To mark the occasion the Juno Beach Centre is launching the D-Day Tribute campaign to build […]
A study released Apr. 3 by the Canadian Centre for Policy Alternatives found the 86 wealthiest Canadians have the resources to purchase the entire province of New Brunswick. The report, Outrageous Fortune: Documenting Canada’s Wealth Gap, […]
Pervez Musharraf, Pakistan’s former President and military leader, narrowly escaped an assassination attempt Apr. 3, Al Jazeera reports. Musharraf, who is currently on trial for treason, was travelling with his convoy when a bomb went […]