Alberta Court of Appeal reserves decision on ID policy for supervised drug use sites

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Johnson Vows to Release Full Report on Lockdown Parties

LONDON — Fighting to save his job, Prime Minister Boris Johnson of Britain on Thursday insisted…

Ukraine crisis: BBC tries to track down official bomb shelters in Kyiv

Ukrainian authorities have listed thousands of bomb shelters in the capital Kyiv ahead of any potential…

Four more bodies found off Florida coast where boat capsized

US Coast Guard says it plans to call off search for more survivors after boat carrying…

Conservatives’ post-election report gives mixed reviews on O’Toole’s performance: source

Erin O’Toole’s performance on the 2021 campaign trail received mixed reviews in an election post-mortem being…

Jana Bennett, Former Director of BBC Television, Dies at 66

As a teacher earning a doctorate, Mr. Bennett moved the family often. Jana and her four…

Trucker convoy organizer calls for ‘peaceful protest’ without ‘violence’ or ‘threats’

As a convoy of truckers rolls towards Ottawa with the stated goal of protesting COVID-19 vaccine…

US Supreme Court Justice Stephen Breyer to retire

The last Supreme Court vacancy came in 2020, when liberal Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg died at…

FIFA links biennial World Cups to averting migrant deaths at sea

Infantino slammed for seemingly linking a plan for a World Cup every two years with giving…

Canada’s big-city mayors call on federal government for transit funding

Canada’s big-city mayors are calling for the federal government’s help to make up huge shortfalls in…