Body recovered from southeast Calgary house levelled in explosion

A body has been recovered from a house destroyed in an explosion early Sunday, police confirm to CBC Calgary. [Read entire story]

8 Canadian nurses arrive in Montreal from protest-plagued Haiti

Eight Canadian nurses have arrived in Montreal from Haiti. The group left the Caribbean country after days of violent anti-government protests. [Read entire story]

Eat Smart kale salad kit recalled in 3 provinces due to Listeria concerns

A ready-to-eat salad kit has been recalled in Newfoundland and Labrador, New Brunswick and Ontario due to possible Listeria contamination, the CFIA says, noting the possibility of recalls in other provinces. [Read entire story]

‘A bit messy on the other side': Dutch economy braces for Brexit shockwave

Politicians and business executives in the Netherlands are working to avoid the worst economic outcome as Britain’s uncertain future in the face of Brexit sends shockwaves to continental Europe. [Read entire story]

Canadian government interpreters suffer ‘acoustic shock,’ other concussion-like symptoms

Nearly one-quarter of the interpreters employed by the Canadian government's Translation Bureau have suffered health issues directly related to their jobs, including acoustic shock caused by sudden, loud sounds. [Read entire story]

Sting opens up about his troubled childhood, theatrical inspiration and refitting The Last Ship

The former frontman of The Police has had a wildly successful music career, but he's been facing big challenges on the theatrical stage that have forced a revamp of his play The Last Ship. [Read entire story]

Killer whales eat dolphins. So why are these dolphins tempting fate?

Killer whales are the only predators that regularly kill and devour Pacific white-sided dolphins off the B.C. coast. So researchers were surprised when drone footage showed such dolphins playing within a few fin-spans of [Read entire story]

Canada’s NAFTA fears began before Trump became president

No matter who won the 2016 US presidential election, Canada was bracing for NAFTA to go down in flames, internal government documents show. [Read entire story]

If there’s a labour shortage, how come some people are still out of work?

Record low unemployment numbers paint a picture of a healthy labour market where workers have plenty of choice. But that doesn't mean everyone who needs a job can find work that fits their skills, industry and location. [Read entire story]

Haiti braces for return to violence as government calls for calm

Many people in Haiti are bracing for violent protests across the country as political leaders urged citizens to return to normal activities on Monday following 11 days of anti-government riots that have forced the [Read entire story]

‘Fake’ experts on radio shows conned listeners out of millions, victims say

Dozens of Ontario investors say they were conned out of millions of dollars after fraudsters using fake names were featured as investment "experts" on their favourite radio stations — on shows listeners say sounded like [Read entire story]

Traffic lights approved for two Duplex Avenue intersections:Decision comes after former councillor shared residents’ concerns

North York Community Council has approved the installation of traffic lights at two intersections in the Yonge and Eglinton area. [Read entire story]

TIMELINE: Transformation of Kipling Collegiate Institute in Etobicoke:The school has been evolving since amalgamation with Scarlett Heights Academy

This is a timeline detailing the changes that have been occurring at Kipling Collegiate Institute. We will update the timeline whenever new and relevant information becomes available. February 2019 — [Read entire story]

Analysis: Why can’t we all have equal access to Toronto city services?:Service levels in Toronto vary because of history and politics

The Question: Why aren't city services equally distributed across Toronto? The Conclusion: The disparity has been entrenched for decades, based on who had what before amalgamation [Read entire story]

Baycrest hospital in North York gets $3M in infrastructure funding:Money will be used to modernize equipment and improve accessibility

Overall, the province is investing $175 million in repairs and upgrades this year through the Health Infrastructure Renewal Fund. [Read entire story]

Loblaws Ontario PC Optimum Offers Valid Until February 20th

The Loblaws Ontario flyer for this week is packed with PC Optimum offers. Check your other Loblaws banner stores to see if they have the same offers available, like Zehrs, Independent etc. Also, be sure to take a good [Read entire story]

Sport Chek Canada 4-Day Sale: Save Up to 50% Off

Sport Chek Canada has started a 4-day sale where you can save up to 50% off many items! This sale ends on February 18 2019. Sport Chek also has some great weekly deals going on. Sport Chek is offering free shipping on [Read entire story]

The Source Canada Tech Sale: Save Up to $300 Off TVs, Headphones, Tablets & More!

Get tech for the whole family with this sale from The Source Canada. Now you can save up to $300 off TVs, tablets, headphone and much more! The Source is offering free shipping on orders of $35+.  Click here to start [Read entire story]

No Frills Ontario: Free Zabiha Halal Ground Chicken After Coupon Until February 20th

Get a freebie with a coupon at No Frills Ontario this week! Until February the 20th, as part of their dollar sale, No Frills has Maple Lodge Lean Ground Chicken, and Zabiha Halal Lean Ground Chicken, 454g, on sale just [Read entire story]

Artist Robert Hinves’ paintings depict beauty of Ontario countryside:Art Guild of Scarborough members are regularly featured on

Art Guild of Scarborough members are regularly featured on [Read entire story]

RECALL: Vivi and Tom Baby Food brand baby foods recalled due to potential presence of dangerous bacteria

Food Recall Warning – Vivi and Tom Baby Food brand baby and toddler foods recalled due to potential presence of dangerous bacteria. Vivi and Tom Baby Food is recalling various baby and toddler foods from the [Read entire story]

Pets up for adoption in Toronto

ADOPT-A-PET TORONTO is a partnership between and the Toronto Humane Society. [Read entire story]

Lowe’s Canada Friends & Family Sale: Save 15% Off Using Promo Code + 50% Off Kobalt Sliding Mitre Saw + More

Lowe’s Canada has started their Friends and Family sale! Save 15% When You Spend $100+ using the promo code FRIENDS at checkout. This sale ends on February 17 2019. Other hot deals at Lowe’s include: Deal of the [Read entire story]

SmartCanucks Official Hot Canadian Deals and Coupons to go With Flyer Savings Until February 20th

Here is the official SmartCanucks coupon match up list for the sale week that ends February the 20th. Be sure to check out our list of hot deals with coupons before you head out shopping! Click here to view the official [Read entire story]

Hudson’s Bay Canada 28 Days of Deals: Extra 15% Off + Save $70 Off Bar Stools + More

Hudson’s Bay Canada has a new sale every day during their 28 Days of Deals. Today only you can save $70 off DISTINCTLY HOME Chanel Bar Stool now only $59.99. Plus, Up To 50% Off Select Accent Furniture. Also, now through [Read entire story]

Free skating on Family Day at east Toronto’s Ted Reeve Community Arena

Looking for a fun activity to do with the whole family during the upcoming Family Day holiday? Ted Reeve Community Arena in the east-end Toronto is holding a free skating event. [Read entire story]

Amazon Canada *HOT* Deal: Method Dish Soap 6 Pack for Only $4.49

Amazon Canada has a HOT deal on this Method Dish Soap, Pink Grapefruit, 18 Ounce (6 Count). Only the Pink Grapefruit scent is available at this incredible price, other scents are currently priced at over $41 for six [Read entire story]

Tim Hortons & CIBC Freebies: FREE Latte Every Weekend Using CIBC Visa Card

CIBC Tim Hortons Double Double Visa Card has a FREE Weekends event. The Tim Hortons event includes: Use your CIBC Tim Hortons Double Double Visa Card any time in February 2019 to receive a coupon for the month of March [Read entire story]

NBA Live 19 All-Star Edition: Save 85% Off on PlayStation & Xbox

Now you can save 85% off NBA LIVE 19 All-Star Edition and get it for only $7.80 on PlayStation and Xbox. Showcase your skills with the NBA LIVE 19: All-Star Edition. Play in themed Live Events to earn legendary NBA [Read entire story]

Amazon Canada Deals of the Day: Save $40 Off Echo Show & Echo Plus + 30% Off Hot Glue Gun + More

Amazon Canada has released their new deals for today, February 15 2019. Today’s Deals at Amazon include: Save $40 on the All-new Echo Show (2nd Gen) – Premium sound and a vibrant 10.1” HD screen – Charcoal $40 [Read entire story]

Bulk Barn Canada Sale: Save 30% Off Many Products Using Coupon + New Deals

Bulk Barn Canada has some new coupons below where you can save 30% off many products! Bulk Barn also has some great deals on many items – no coupon needed. Both sales are available until February 20 2019. Click [Read entire story]

JYSK Canada Sale: Save 20% Off Everything Sitewide!

JYSK Canada has some great new sales! Here are the top offers: Save 20% off Everything Save 20-50% off All Duvet Cover Sets Save 20-50% off All Mirrors Save 20-50% off All Throw Cushions Save 20-50% off All Towels Top [Read entire story]

Reebok Canada Sale: Save an EXTRA 40% Off Outlet Shoes, Clothing & Accessories

Reebok Canada has a new offer going on where you can save an EXTRA 40% off Outlet Shoes, Clothing & Accessories. Discount automatically applies after adding the item to you shopping cart. Some exclusions [Read entire story]

Best Buy Canada Baby Event Sale: Save $140 Off Angelcare Baby Breathing & Video Monitor + Much More

The Baby Event is on now at Best Buy Canada! Shop online and you will save big on thousands of baby products including car seats, strollers, nursery bundles, cribs, baby monitors, toys and more. This sale excludes [Read entire story]