An Ottawa police officer is facing discreditable conduct charges after being found guilty of threatening to kill a woman. Read More
October 3, 2023 - 17:08 | Marlo Glass | Ottawa Citizen
Over the past twenty years, The Walrus has been a steady bellwether of must-read writing. For our 20th anniversary, we’ve collected works that still surprise us, impress us, move us. Here are some of the best long-form features that we’ve published. Why Do Canadians Throw Away 6 Million Tonnes of Groceries Every Year? BY SASHA CHAPMAN In 2015, I resolved to waste less food. It was harder than I thought Lost in La Paz BY PICO IYER In Bolivia, where the past, present, and future collide, nothing – not even prison – is as it seems Minding the Monster BY ED...
October 3, 2023 - 17:08 | Various Contributors | Walrus
A fatal collision on a Manitoba highway left one person dead and another injured on Monday, as RCMP officers continue to investigate.
October 3, 2023 - 17:05 | Talha Hashmani | Global News - Canada
Over the past twenty years, The Walrus has been a steady bellwether of must-read writing. For our 20th anniversary, we’ve collected works that still surprise us, impress us, move us. Here are some of the best pieces of true crime that we’ve published. Cottage Country Murder BY ZANDER SHERMAN Police have dragged the lake. They’ve dug up property. They’ve brought in dogs. But after twenty years, they still can’t find the bodies of the four missing seniors in Muskoka What Happened the Night Tamra Keepness Disappeared from Her Regina Home? BY JANA G....
October 3, 2023 - 17:05 | Various Contributors | Walrus
The Regina Airport Authority announced that flyers can now start booking their direct winter flights to nine sun-soaked destinations this winter.
October 3, 2023 - 17:01 | Jeanelle Mandes | Global News - Canada
Catherine McCall is the chief executive of the Canadian Coalition for Good Governance, which represents institutional investors that together manage approximately $5.5-trillion in assets on behalf of pension funds, mutual fund unitholders, and other institutional and individual investors.A recent model bylaw for companies proposed by law firm Norton Rose Fulbright Canada purports to close a loophole resulting from last year’s amendment to the Canada Business Corporation Act. It’s a loophole that, as the law firm sees it, allows activist investors to carry out “sneak attacks” on companies...
October 3, 2023 - 16:44 | Catherine McCall | The Globe and Mail