Thursday, 06 June 2013 07:20
Heather Scoffield, The Canadian Press
OTTAWA - Proposed new rules for supervised drug injection sites will require advocates to take community opinions into account and gain the support of provincial and municipal authorities before they are allowed to set up clinics.
HALIFAX - The Canadian Hurricane Centre says the first named storm of the Atlantic hurricane season could bring wet weather to eastern Canada this weekend, but exactly where the fast-moving system will hit remains to be seen.
ELLIOT LAKE, Ont. - Two engineers who declared the mall in Elliot Lake, Ont., to be structurally sound two months before it collapsed are slated to testify at the inquiry into the tragedy over the next few days.
Thursday, 06 June 2013 05:33
Diana Mehta, The Canadian Press
In a case expected to return the spotlight on the use of electric stun guns by authorities, Ontario's top pathologist is set to testify today at the inquest of a mentally ill man who died after police shot him with a Taser.
TORONTO - Two private-equity firms have acquired Public Mobile - one of the small wireless networks that emerged after the 2008 spectrum auction - and say they're ready to play a role in efforts to create a rival to the Big Three carriers.
TORONTO - Two private-equity firms, Thomvest Seed Capital Inc. of Toronto and Cartesian Capital of New York, have acquired Public Mobile - one of the small wireless carriers that emerged after the 2008 wireless spectrum auction.