London police are looking for two men as part of a kidnapping investigation in the city. A woman whose fiancé died in a motorcycle crash and who nearly died herself is blaming the collision on the poor condition of Route 117, and said she plans to sue Quebec’s transport ministry as a result. A Jeep discovered by Ontario police in a shipping container has been traced back to its owner after the vehicle was stolen over the weekend from a driveway. The number of Nova Scotians without a family doctor has hit an all-time high, with over 100,000 people on the waitlist this month. The Nova Scotia denture maker who killed 22 people in April 2020 was long known to be a violent man, especially among disadvantaged people who owed him money, newly released documents show. A former neighbour of the man who carried out the 2020 Nova Scotia mass killing stood by her story on Tuesday that RCMP did “nothing” when she reported a violent domestic assault years before the rampage. A former telecom executive says the federal order for Canada’s big telecom companies to create a mutual assistance framework to mitigate network outages could backfire as networks become overwhelmed. The House of Commons Industry and Technology committee will hold a special meeting on Friday to discuss undertaking a study on the Rogers outage.
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Table games will not be available during the first phase of the reopening of the Rideau Carleton Casino.