Skip to content
Join our Newsletter

Indigenous News

Canada's Sanoa Olin confirmed for Olympic surfing event, Cody Young to be a reserve

Canada's Sanoa Olin confirmed for Olympic surfing event, Cody Young to be a reserve

Sanoa Olin will represent Canada in surfing at the Paris Olympics this summer with Cody Young a second reserve for the men's field. Olin, a native of Tofino, B.C.

QMJHL roundup: St-Denis, Jacques help Oceanic beat Cataractes 7-1

RIMOUSKI, Que. — Mael St-Denis and Lyam Jacques each scored twice as the Rimouski Oceanic defeated the visiting Shawinigan Cataractes 7-1 in Quebec Maritimes Junior Hockey League action on Sunday.
Musician Allison Russell cancels, postpones shows after getting caught in storm

Musician Allison Russell cancels, postpones shows after getting caught in storm

WINNIPEG — Montreal folk singer Allison Russell has been forced to cancel or postpone some tour dates after being caught in stormy winter weather in Western Canada.
RCMP, fire marshal investigating blaze that destroyed N.B potato chip factory

RCMP, fire marshal investigating blaze that destroyed N.B potato chip factory

FREDERICTON — A fire that destroyed a potato chip factory in Waterville, N.B., has triggered a police investigation and an outpouring of support from residents who say they'll do all they can to help keep a long-time local employer afloat.
Red Sox turn it on late to send Blue Jays to fourth straight pre-season loss

Red Sox turn it on late to send Blue Jays to fourth straight pre-season loss

FORT MYERS, Fla. — Nathan Hickey hit the go-ahead RBI single followed by a run of his own later in the eighth inning as the Boston Red Sox handed the Toronto Blue Jays their fourth straight pre-season loss on Sunday, 3-1.

Ski Report

LEBANON, N.H. (AP) — Latest skiing conditions, as supplied by SnoCountry Mountain Reports. Conditions are subject to change due to weather, skier/rider traffic and other factors. Be aware of changing conditions. For more information go to www.
Montreal winter second-warmest on record, Environment Canada says

Montreal winter second-warmest on record, Environment Canada says

MONTREAL — From a green Christmas to a hibernating bear's early wake-up, Montreal's 2023-24 winter season has been the second-warmest since record-keeping began in 1871, an Environment Canada meteorologist said.
Toronto Police reviewing protest that prompted cancellation of PM's reception

Toronto Police reviewing protest that prompted cancellation of PM's reception

TORONTO — Investigators with the Toronto Police are reviewing whether illegal activity occurred during a weekend protest that led to the cancellation of a reception hosted by the prime minister for a visiting G7 leader, the force said Sunday.
Canada sanctions more Russian officials in response to death of opposition leader

Canada sanctions more Russian officials in response to death of opposition leader

OTTAWA — Canada's foreign affairs minister has announced another round of sanctions against the Russian government, which she says are in response to last month's death of Russian opposition leader Alexei Navalny and Russia’s "continued gross and sys
Canada's Grondin earns second silver of weekend in World Cup snowboard cross

Canada's Grondin earns second silver of weekend in World Cup snowboard cross

SIERRA NEVADA, Spain — Canada's Eliot Grondin has won his second silver medal in as many days in World Cup men's snowboard cross action. The Sainte-Marie, Que.