Heat wave: Electricity consumption breaks record in British Columbia

Monday night, when customers use a lot of power, electricity consumption reached more than 7800 megawatts in British Columbia, a record for a summer season, said BC Hydro. This strong demand was... Read more »

Teacher accused of criminal negligence after drowning

The 54-year-old teacher, Nicholas Mills, was charged with criminal negligence causing death after one of his students drowned on a school trip in Algonquin Park. The victim, Jeremiah Perry, could not swim... Read more »

Alberta firefighter dies fighting Ontario blaze

An Alberta firefighter died suddenly in northwestern Ontario while helping local firefighters. According to a statement from Alberta Premier Rachel Notley’s office, Jerry Gadwa, a resident of Kehewin, was fighting forest fires... Read more »

Hamilton police investigate possible hate crime after sharp altercation

A Stoney Creek resident is accused of uttering death threats after a heated dispute over a Walmart parking lot on Friday. Police are assessing the possibility of characterizing the incident as a... Read more »

Torontonians worry about city council downsizing

Following the announcement by Doug Ford’s government to halve the size of Toronto City Council, residents of the Queen City share their concerns. According to the Prime Minister, this cut in council... Read more »