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Brampton man in hospital after serious daytime stabbing: police – Toronto

A man in his 50s has been rushed to hospital after a stabbing in Brampton. In a tweet, Peel Regional Police said they responded to an incident in the area of Glidden Road and Kennedy Road around 12:59 p.m. Monday, southeast of downtown Brampton. Read more: Motorcyclist dead after collision with sedan in Richmond Hill: … Read more

2 dead after severe thunderstorms hit southern Ontario – CBC News

2 dead after severe thunderstorms hit southern Ontario  CBC News Tornado sweeps through Uxbridge; extensive damage in Oshawa, Pickering, Ajax and Clarington | Ontario Ontario storm: Two deaths confirmed by police  CP24 Toronto’s Breaking News Woman dies after being struck by tree during Ont. storm  CTV News View Full coverage on Google News

GTA, Southern Ontario feeling effects of severe thunder storm

A severe thunderstorm is leaving a trail of chaos in its wake across the Greater Toronto Area and Southern Ontario. Environment Canada put much of Southern Ontario under a severe thunderstorm warning on Saturday. A storm, marked by torrential rain and high winds, moved from London, Ont., through Waterloo and into the Greater Toronto area. … Read more

The cultural ignorance of the Conservative candidates is a revealing insult

Candidates, left to right, Leslyn Lewis, Roman Baber, Jean Charest, Scott Aitchison, Patrick Brown, and Pierre Poilievre at the Conservative Party of Canada English leadership debate in Edmonton on May 11.Jeff McIntosh / The Canadian Press You can not make it up, although one suspects some of the people involved did make it up. The … Read more

4 Toronto-area councillors are campaigning to be MPPs in Ontario’s election

Four Toronto-area councillors are hoping to swap City Hall for Queen’s Park at the end of the ongoing Ontario election campaign. Two PC candidates and one Ontario Liberal who are currently city councillors are campaigning to win seats in the Ontario legislature. One NDP candidate resigned her Toronto City Council position to run in the … Read more

Poilievre says he would remove Bank of Canada Governor if he forms government

Candidate Pierre Poilievre makes a point at the Conservative Party of Canada English leadership debate in Edmonton, on May 11.Jeff McIntosh/The Canadian Press Conservative leadership candidate Pierre Poilievre said he would remove the Bank of Canada Governor if he forms government, a breach of the convention that separates the central bank from elected politics. Mr. … Read more

Brampton MP Ruby Sahota calls for direct flights from Toronto to Amritsar, India

Brampton North MP Ruby Sahota is calling for an increase in direct flights from Canada to India, particularly to the city of Amritsar. “Punjabi Canadians in my riding in Brampton North and across Canada have been advocating from Canada to the Indian city of Amritsar,” she said, addressing the speaker in the House of Commons … Read more

Conservative leadership debate was more about who supported trucker convoy first

Conservative leadership candidate Leslyn Lewis talks about leadership candidate Pierre Poilievre as Jean Charest and Scott Aitchison look on during a debate at the Canada Strong and Free Network conference in Ottawa on May 5.Adrian Wyld / The Canadian Press The early days of the Conservative leadership campaign have featured top-tier candidates declaring each other … Read more

Five must-sees at Brampton’s Festival of Literary Diversity

Brampton has become the center for one of the most interesting literary festivals around. With its mandate to devote itself to under-represented authors and storytellers, it’s helped bring writers who are now familiar faces to a broader audience. The Festival of Literary Diversity, which has been held virtually since 2020, is back with in-person events … Read more