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Chrystia Freeland · Canada
Freeland announces $199 million in support for low-income renters, shelters
Finance Minister Chrystia Freeland says the federal government is putting nearly $200 million in new money toward supporting low-income renters and shelters.See the Story
58% Left coverage: 12 sources
Politics · Canada
Alberta RCMP officer charged in national security investigation
An Alberta RCMP officer accused of sharing information with a foreign actor has been charged as part of a national security investigation. See the Story
45% Center coverage: 9 sources
Justin Trudeau · Canada
Trudeau government rebrands carbon tax incentive payment as 'Canada Carbon Rebate'
The federal government is rebranding the carbon tax rebate.Previously known as the Climate Action Incentive Payment, the Liberals are now calling it the "Canada Carbon Rebate," according to a release touting the amount Canadians will be reimbursed this year.See the Story
50% Center coverage: 4 sources
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Windsor, Ontario · Windsor
Strike looming at Transit Windsor
The Amalgamated Transit Union (ATU) Local 616 has confirmed to AM800 News that both sides will be at the bargaining table Sunday. The latest round of talks resumed Wednesday but ATU International Vice President Manny Sforza described those talks as 'extremely slow' and 'challenging' The union represents about 300 members, including drivers and mechanics.See the Story
Canadian Hockey · Canada
NHLers to return to Olympics after missing last 2 Winter Games
NHL players are set to return to the next two Olympics.League commissioner Gary Bettman announced Friday at all-star weekend in Toronto that the NHL has struck a deal with the Players' Association and International Ice Hockey Federation, paving the way for stars such as Connor McDavid and Auston Matthews to compete in Italy in 2026 and at the following Winter Games in 2030. See the Story
48% Center coverage: 39 sources
Police investigating early morning shooting in Hamilton
Reginald Rheams, 25, was found with multiple gunshot wounds. He was taken to a local hospital but later died of his injuries. Detectives said a motive and suspect are still unknown. Anyone with information about this shooting is urged to contact the police at 225-389-4869.See the Story
60% Center coverage: 5 sources
Windsor, Ontario · Windsor
City seeking cost options for study of bandshell in Windsor's Jackson Park
The bandshell in Windsor's Jackson Park is listed on the Heritage Registry. Council voted to hire a consultant to conduct a feasibility study at a cost of $100,00. The sole-sourced response indicated the study would cost upwards of $300,000. Ward 9 councillor Kieran McKenzie took issue with the original estimate.See the Story
Travis Kelce · United States
Taylor Swift's name not searchable on X after sexually explicit fake images circulated
Searching for Taylor Swift's name on X yields no results days after the pop star fell victim to deepfake sexual pictures circulating on the website. President Joe Biden's spokesperson said the fake, sexually explicit images of the star were "very alarming" Microsoft CEO Satya Nadella admitted the company needs to "move fast" to combat the kind of images that circulated on social media.See the Story
44% Center coverage: 149 sources
Bill Blair · Canada
Military 'will be there' for Canadians in emergencies despite resource strain: Blair
Defence Minister Bill Blair says the military's greatest responsibility is protecting Canadians, and his government intends to keep calling on them for help in domestic emergencies. See the Story
38% Center coverage: 13 sources
Nova Scotia Politics · Canada
RCMP have draft response to N.S. mass shooting inquiry, but no deadline to release it
The head of the Nova Scotia RCMP said Tuesday he's seen a draft plan on how the Mounties will respond to the inquiry into the 2020 mass shooting that started in Portapique, N.S., but Dennis Daley couldn't say when it will be released.See the Story
Coverage: 10 sources