AuthorJoel Lee

Federal Funding to Goal Canada-wide high speed internet by 2030

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The Trudeau government will roll out an preexisting program in the national budget to give all Canadians access to high-speed internet by 2030, CBC News has learned.

Junos 2019: Corey Hart shines, Sting surprises, Shawn Mendes sweeps


In the opening series, Body, by digital duo Loud Luxurious to the closing retro performance by Corey Hart, the 2019 Junos were a party of Canadian musicians past and present — musicians currently climbing the charts and artists that helped set the groundwork decades past.

After Dropping 6 Household members in plane Accident, Ontario Guy visits Ethiopia in search for remains and closure

Manant Vaidya and wife Hiral

Of those 18 Canadians killed about the downed Ethiopian Airlines flight, Manant Vaidya’s family . The Brampton, Ont., loved ones is expecting to find their remains and a sense of closing at the wreck website.

Stronger action urged against homeopathic Substances touted as alternatives to Pathogens

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Health Canada’s current warning which homeopathic remedies aren’t a substitute for vaccines does not go far enough to avoid the harm the goods could do as the country fights a resurgence of measles, physicians and health policy specialists say. 

Facebook introducing Steps to prevent election disruption

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Facebook will unveil a series of steps later in an effort to prevent its platform being used to disrupt the upcoming federal election and to conform to changes to Canada’s election law, CBC News has learned.

Brampton man departs to collect Stays of 6 family members killed in Ethiopia Airplane crash

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“I lost my family,” Manant Vaidya said shortly before boarding a plane at Pearson airport. “It’s still difficult to believe. I am totally broken.”

‘It’s heartbreaking’: Canadians hold vigils, condemn violence in Aftermath of New Zealand mosque attacks

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Muslims and non-Muslims accumulated in the Halifax Grand Parade to mourn the victims of their Christchurch mosque shootings as people across Canada come together to condemn Friday’s strikes in New Zealand.

Meet the Yellowknife man who’s been Lifting and racing pigeons for a Years

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Norm Pottinger has been breeding and raising pigeons in Yellowknife to the previous ten decades. He enters them in racing contests all over the world.

Amber Alert for Edmonton Queen Cancelled Following Kid found safe

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An off-duty Calgary police officer spotted the boy along with his mother while driving.  The mother was arrested by RCMP. 

Canadian Authorities bolster Existence in Aftermath of New Zealand mosque Strikes


Police forces in certain Canadian cities are supplying increased security after shootings in two mosques in Christchurch, New Zealand, left dozens dead and injured.

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