‘Freedom movement’ rallies planned for Ottawa all summer: organizer

OTTAWA – Events are set to take place in Ottawa in late June through Canada Day and the rest of the summer for what organizers say are to protest remaining COVID-19 pandemic-era restrictions. 19. Veterans for Freedom steering committee member Andrew MacGillivray said in an interview posted on YouTube that he will be holding a … Read more

The Argonauts hold on for a 20-19 home win over the Alouettes

TORONTO – Experience has taught Brandon Banks that anything can happen at the end of a CFL game. Banks had a touchdown on his Toronto debut, but the Argonauts needed a missed field goal try from David Cote with 11 seconds left to escape with a 20-19 home win over the Montreal Alouettes Thursday evening. … Read more

Ottawa urged to act amid ongoing privacy leaks in military sexual misconduct deal

Ottawa is facing calls to respond to a growing number of privacy breaches involving service members who have been victims of sexual misconduct in uniform, with experts and opposition parties calling the mistakes unacceptable. Epiq Class Action Services has admitted to leaking the personal data of more than 100 current and former members of the … Read more

Canadian non-bank lender Magenta’s ‘pause’ on mortgages could signal a slowdown in private lending

Was it the first drop of a downpour or just a random splash? How to interpret the news that one of the country’s largest non-bank lenders is “suspending” mortgage applications until September depends on who you ask. According to Claire Celerier, an assistant professor of finance at the University of Toronto’s Rotman School of Management, … Read more

Toronto police need help identifying suspect in North York assault

Police are looking to the public for help in identifying a suspect in an assault investigation in North York. Toronto police say a woman boarded a TTC bus near Yonge Street and Bishop Avenue, north of Finch Avenue, and assaulted another person afterward. of a “brief interaction” around 6 p.m. on May 25. “The woman … Read more

Job Opportunities: Ottawa Community Immigrant Services Organization (OCISO) Refugee 613 DMSI Project Coordinator Maternity Leave Replacement – Ottawa, ON

Refugee 613 is hiring a DMSI (Maternity Leave Replacement) Project Coordinator in Ottawa, Ontario. Position: DMSI Project Coordinator – Maternity Leave Replacement Duration: Full time – 35 hours per week (July 04, 2022 – March 31, 2023) We have detected that you are using an ad blocker. Muslim Link depends on revenue from these advertisements, … Read more

Here are 10 outdoor pools the City of Toronto announces will open on Saturday, June 18

The City of Toronto says 10 of its outdoor pools will open on a partial schedule — evenings and weekends — starting Saturday, June 18. And he also issued a call encouraging qualified residents to apply for positions as lifeguards, swimming instructors, wading pools and aquatics program assistants. Here are the 10 outdoor pools that … Read more

Ottawa’s Little Trains That Couldn’t: How the LRT Made Residents of Canada’s Capital Angry and Waiting for Answers

When Ottawa opened its light rail transit system in the fall of 2019, it seemed like everyone in this city had hope. We had watched the shiny red trains run through the city for a year of testing, and now we were finally going to be able to drive them. They were faster and quieter … Read more

Highway closures for the Ottawa Valley this week (June 12)

You shouldn’t have to sit in traffic: your weekly roundup of highway closures in Ontario for new and ongoing construction in the Ottawa Valley, including North Grenville, Smiths Falls, Perth, Carleton Place, Mississippi Mills, Arnprior and Renfrew. Highway 15 northbound to Highway 7: one alternating lane closed until June 17 at 5:30 a.m. Highway 401 … Read more

Most mask mandates in Ontario expire on Saturday. Here’s what you need to know

Most COVID-19 mask mandates in Ontario expired on Saturday, including the province’s remaining mask requirements on public transit and in health care settings. Dr. Kieran Moore, Ontario’s Chief Medical Officer of Health, made the announcement Thursday, praising the province’s high vaccination rates and “the COVID-19 situation in Ontario continues to improve.” However, the scientific director … Read more