"Our government believes Canadians and workers should have the right to know where their mandatory dues are being spent," Sorenson told the House of Commons.
Between 2001 and 2012, police officers per 100,000 Canadians rose 8.7 per cent. (2)
Extra officers are being dispatched to search.
Two females told police that a person approached them with a gun in front of the school.
An issue with the fuel pump could cause the vehicles to stall or not start.
The Leafs play their first pre-season game on Monday. (1)
On Thursday Ford began three days of chemotherapy. (9)
There has been no word on charges.
Anne Marie Squeo says in a statement issued Monday night that the CRTC's orders are "not applicable" to Netflix under Canadian broadcasting law. (3)
The deadly Ebola outbreak is crippling West Africa’s health care system. 100 tons of supplies are headed to communities hit hardest. CNN correspondent Elizabeth Cohen has more on this story from Liberia.
The Bank of Canada has kept its key interest rate at one per cent for four years.
In a statement released Monday, MLSE said they do try to accommodate all requests involving accessibility. (2)
With a number of players already out with injuries, NHL teams are beginning to wonder if off-season training is a bigger injury factor than they realize.
David Clarkson is hoping the presence of Steve Spott, the Leafs new assistant and his former coach in Kitchener, can help him put an awful first season in Toronto firmly behind him.
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