Category: Canadian Money

Ontario Trans Day of Remembrance bill passes Queen’s Park vote

Allison Jones, THE CANADIAN PRESS Nov 30, 2017 , Last Updated: 5:38 PM ET TORONTO — An Ontario New Democrat’s effort to enshrine Nov. 20 in law as an annual Trans Day of Remembrance passed a key step with all-party support Thursday. Cheri DiNovo’s private member’s bill to officially recognize the day passed second reading…

CSIS’ request for telecom subscriber info of possible future targets denied

Jim Bronskill, THE CANADIAN PRESS Nov 28, 2017 , Last Updated: 8:43 PM ET OTTAWA — A federal judge has rejected the Canadian Security Intelligence Service’s request to obtain basic information about unknown phone and internet subscribers who may come to the spy agency’s attention in future. Federal Court Chief Justice Paul Crampton said CSIS…

TV reporter at Mohawk College hit with FHRITP ‘twice in one day’

THE CANADIAN PRESS Nov 23, 2017 , Last Updated: 1:41 PM ET HAMILTON — Mohawk College says it’s investigating two incidents in which a television reporter says she was sexually harassed by students. In a posting on the school’s Facebook page, president Ron McKerlie says campus security is looking into “misogynistic words” used by two…

Homeowner arrives home, finds drunk passed out on bathroom floor

THE CANADIAN PRESS Nov 15, 2017 , Last Updated: 11:17 PM ET SIMCOE, Ont. — Police are reminding people to be vigilant about locking their doors after a homeowner came home to discover a drunken stranger. Ontario provincial police say they were called by an alarmed homeowner just before 11 p.m. on Tuesday after arriving…

BONOKOSKI: Holy Survey, Batman! You’ve lost the Midas touch

Mark Bonokoski, POSTMEDIA NETWORK Nov 13, 2017 , Last Updated: 6:46 PM ET Prime Minister Justin Trudeau, basking today in rock-star adoration in Manila — with screaming fans among both onlookers and the international media — strolls down the stairs in the House of Commons to reveal a Superman T-shirt under his bespoke threads. Hilarity…