Friday, February 23, 2024

COMMUNITY

Mississauga upset about being deemed ‘ineligible’ for housing fund awarded to Brampton and Toronto

Mississauga (Feb 23) - Mississauga is asking the province to revisit how it allocates important housing funding to local municipalities after being told it...

Calgary-based Lynx Air to cease operations next week

Calgary (Feb 23) - Lynx Air (Lynx), a low-cost airline with service to destinations throughout Canada, the U.S. and Mexico will close shop next...

Navinder Gill sentenced to life imprisonment for stabbing wife to death in Surrey home

Toronto, Feb 23 (IANS) A 40-year-old Indian-origin man has been sentenced to life in prison for stabbing his wife to death at their home...

Brampton awarded more than $25.5mn for ‘making substantial progress’ toward 2023 housing target

Brampton (Feb 23) - Premier Doug Ford announced today that Ontario will be providing Brampton with over $25.5 million in funding through the Building...

Ontario govt. announces formal repeal of controversial wage restraint law – Bill 124

Toronto (Feb 23) - The Doug Ford government today announced a formal repeal of a controversial law that capped wage increases of public sector...

Google clarifies after fake note claims Gmail is shutting down

New Delhi, Feb 23 (IANS) Clarifying the rumours that created havoc among users that Google is shutting down Gmail, the tech giant on Friday...

US makes first lunar landing in over 50 years

Los Angeles, Feb 23 (IANS) US company Intuitive Machines' first lunar lander touched down on the moon Thursday evening, marking the first American spacecraft...

Peel police make 31 arrests, lay 53 charges in two street racing incidents last...

Mississauga (Feb 22) - Peel police announced several arrests and charges in connection with a crackdown on street racing in the region. On Saturday, November...

Toronto rewarded with $114mn in funding for exceeding last year’s housing targets

Toronto (Feb 22) — Premier Doug Ford announced today that Toronto will receive $114 million in funding through the Building Faster Fund after the...

Province looks to reverse Ontario energy board decision that would ‘raise new home prices’

Toronto (Feb 22) - The provincial government says it has introduced a legislation which, if passed, will reverse an Ontario Energy Board (OEB) decision...