A woman who claimed to fight in the name of ISIS, attacked several Canadian Tire employees in June 2017 and has been sentenced to seven years in prison last Thursday.
For two weeks, CityNews journalist Avery Haines was embedded in West Mosul, Iraq, where people were trapped in what she later described in a Maclean’s article as, “a hellish limbo between a death-like life and death itself.”
A recent poll suggests some Canadians have changed their minds on pressing issues to do with refugees and terrorism.
News with Nicole Dawe on how some Ontario high school teachers may be going on strike Monday. ISIS has taken over some more villages in Iraq, according to Victoria Sue in international news. In sports, Dannika Russell updates the Aaron Hernandez murder verdict. And in entertainment, we hear about a young Canadian actor’s struggle to make ends meet, with Ashleen Grange.
A hearse carried the body of Sgt. Andrew Joseph Doiron through the Highway of Heroes Tuesday evening. Police cars and an EMS bus lit up the Victoria Park overpass with their flashing lights. A crowd…
There will be a different route for those wishing to pay their respects on highway overpasses for Sergeant Andrew Joseph Dorion Tuesday. The OPP has confirmed to the Toronto Observer that the motorcade carrying the…