Thousands of former flood evacuees are beginning to see compensation from the provincial and federal government eight years after being displaced from four Manitoba First Nations. About 4,000 people were forced to leave Lake St. Martin, Little Saskatchewan, Dauphin River and Pinaymootang First Nations during the flood of 2011. They and another 3,000Read More →

The Canadian Medical Association says it has resigned from the World Medical Association and is accusing the international group’s incoming president of plagiarizing his inaugural speech. In a statement released on Saturday, the CMA said it discovered that part of Dr. Leonid Eidelman’s speech was taken from a former CMA president’sRead More →

There were 29 tornadoes across the Canadian Prairies this summer, with Saskatchewan registering the most, but the one in Alonsa, Man., caused the most damage. So far. The Prairie and Arctic Storm Prediction Centre released these preliminary 2018 summer tornado numbers. (Environment Canada) “These numbers are still preliminary as our summerRead More →