A man who allegedly beat a woman forcibly stole a purse in Greektown wanted by police

TORONTO – Toronto police are asking the public for help in identifying a man who, they say, beat up a woman and stole her wallet earlier this week in the city’s Greektown neighborhood. It took place on Tuesday at about 12:50 pm near Danforth Avenue and Bowden Street. At the time, police claim a man … Read more

Canada Post honors native icon Buffy Sainte-Marie with a stamp

OTTAVA – Iconic singer-songwriter Buffy Sainte-Marie is the newest pioneer honored by the Canada Post with a commemorative mark. “It’s pretty amazing,” Sainte-Marie told Ottawa media on Thursday. “I can tell you I never thought that would happen, my God.” Now 80 years old, the five-time Juno award-winning artist has been performing for over 60 … Read more

UAE-Israel agreement to develop unmanned ships

UAE-Israel agreement to develop unmanned ships Friday – 14 Rabbi ‘al-Thani 1443 AH – 19 November 2021 AD Issue no. [ 15697] Al-Bannai, Levi and representatives of the two companies at the time of signing the agreement. (Middle East) Abu Dhabi: “Middle East” The UAE’s Edge Group has signed a strategic agreement with the Israel … Read more

Supreme Court to examine breathalyzer law

OTTAVA – The Supreme Court of Canada has agreed to hear a case that depends on the time it took police to arrange a breath test for a Quebec man. Early one afternoon in April 2017, police received information about someone allegedly driving an all-terrain vehicle while intoxicated, arrived at the scene and stopped Pascal … Read more

5 things to know at CTVNews.ca for Thursday, November 18, 2021: BC floods, Poland-Belarus border, housing market

TORONTO – BC’s prime minister urges residents not to pile up food, migrants in limbo on the border of Poland and Belarus, and testimony continues in the trial of Ahmaud Arbery’s death. Here’s what you need to know to start your day. 1. BC floods: Amid reports of bare shelves of grocery stores, BC Premier … Read more