Ontario announces expanded coronavirus booster dose eligibility today

Ontario will announce its plan to expand eligibility for COVID-19 booster shots on Thursday afternoon. Chief Medical Officer of Health Dr. Kieran Moore will provide an update on third doses for a wider range of Ontarios at 2pm CP24.com will stream the announcement live. Last month, the province updated its rollout plan for administering booster … Read more

House prices in Ottawa set to rise five percent by 2022, Remax estimates

The Ottawa housing market is expected to remain a seller’s market into the new year as supply levels remain a concern for the real estate market. Remax’s housing market outlook estimates that Ottawa home prices will rise five percent to $679,915 by 2022. “Inventory levels have remained below two months since February 2019, leading to … Read more

NYC man Jaden Cruz fatally shot outside Brooklyn public housing complex

A 19-year-old man was shot and killed outside a Brooklyn public housing complex on Wednesday, police said. The victim, identified as Jaden Cruz, was shot in the chest in front of a building on…NYCHA’s Marlboro Houses in Gravesend at about 5:10 p.m., according to the NYPD. NYPD officers identified the shooting victim as 19-year-old Jaden … Read more

Montreal Police, SQ raids Saint-Henri for illegal weapons, drugs

MONTREAL — Montreal Police and Quebec Provincial Police teamed up Wednesday night on a series of raids targeting illegal weapons and drugs in the Saint-Henri neighborhood. The Sûreté du Québec (SQ) said in a press release that the police operation stems from an investigation into drug trafficking and illegal firearms in Montreal that began in … Read more

BC artist in disbelief after 46 paintings, hundreds of ties stolen

Three weeks after her home was broken into, a BC artist is still reeling after dozens of her paintings and her finances have been stolen. Gabriele Beyer of Osoyoos says she was not home when her home was apparently targeted on the night of Nov. 10, and the crime was spotted the next day. In … Read more

Ottawa’s Kind Space needs a helping hand

Ottawa’s Kind Space is a place for the 2SLGBTQ+ community to connect and feel safe – a space created to celebrate and support who you are. Founded in 1984 as Pink Triangle Services, it became “Kind” in 2015 and now targets segments of the community that are underrepresented or supported. Executive director Carling Miller says … Read more

The weather in Ottawa: mix of rain and snow on Thursday

Thursday there will be variable winter weather in the capital. Environment Canada’s weather forecast predicts spells of light snow or drizzle this morning – there is also a chance of freezing rain early in the day. This afternoon there is a 60 percent chance of rain and temperatures will rise to 6 C. That rain … Read more

Twenty years after epic bankruptcy, Enron leaves a complex legacy

A logo glows in front of the new headquarters of Houston-based energy trading company Enron, Nov. 29, 2001 in Houston, Texas. James Nielsen | Getty Images Enron’s bankruptcy on December 2, 2001 sparked an epic scandal, nearly two dozen criminal convictions, and sweeping government reforms. Enron became an enduring symbol of corporate fraud. But 20 … Read more

Toronto FC begins roster renewal, refusing options on Gonzalez, Zavaleta

Neil Davidson, The Canadian Press Published Wednesday, December 1, 2021 3:25 PM EST Toronto FC, under new boss Bob Bradley, began a roster refresh on Wednesday by turning down contract options for five players, including veteran defenders Omar Gonzalez and Eriq Zavaleta. An uproar in defense was not unexpected as Toronto conceded a franchise-worst 66 … Read more

Opinion: In his latest warning, this stock trading wizard — who made a lot of money in bear markets and crashes — called this market a bubble like no other

Mark D. Cook, an accomplished options trader featured in author Jack Schwager’s best-selling book “Stock Market Wizards,” passed away in late October. I planned to speak with him to discuss his bearish views on the US stock market, which grew more ominous each week, and which he shared in his twice-daily market advisory service. Cook … Read more