Migrant workers in rural Ontario live in ‘slavery’-like conditions: activist

Imagine living in a garage, the size of two cars, with 25 other people. Imagine having to do that and also to share three washrooms. It’s an example of the modern slavery atmosphere in some rural Ontario farms that never gets talked about, according to Chris Ramsaroop, an activist with Justicia for Migrant Workers.

New health screening measures coming to Toronto Pearson

Additional quarantine officers equipped with medical devices, including temperature monitors, will now help to screen those travelling to Canada from Ebola-affected regions at six Canadian airports including Toronto Pearson International Airport Public Health Agency Canada (PHAC) made the announcement Wednesday in statement on their website. The Agency also reminds Canadians and travellers to Canada of […]

Cocaine bust at Pearson International Airport

The Canada Border Services Agency (CBSA) released a statement today announcing a seizure of 14kg of a substance, suspected to be cocaine, at Toronto Perason International Airport. The investigation took place on Sept. 25 after officers officers noticed “anomalies with one of the bags” that arrived on a flight from Port of Spain, Trinidad and Tobago. Upon further inspection, […]