Pope warns of populist threat during speech in democracy's birthplace
Pope Francis has warned that the "easy answers" of populism and authoritarianism threaten democracy in Europe and called for fresh dedication to promoting the common good.
Mail delivery suspension an 'absolute nightmare,' say tenants at Thorncliffe Park apartment building | CBC News
Tenants at a Thorncliffe Park apartment complex protested Friday against a Canada Post decision to deny them mail delivery for more than six weeks, because it says not enough residents are wearing masks in the building.
UCLA vs. Washington called off because of Huskies' COVID-19 issues
UCLA's basketball game against Washington on Sunday in Seattle has been called off because of COVID-19 issues within the Huskies' program, The Times has learned.
Tube strikes: Londoners face travel chaos across the capital over disruptions
Disruptions hit the Victoria and Central lines as TfL said they are running a special service on both lines as the strikes were on.
UCLA's game against Washington jeopardized by seven positive tests within Huskies' program
UCLA's basketball game against Washington on Sunday in Seattle remained in limbo after the Huskies were forced to postpone their Pac-12 Conference opener because of COVID-19 issues within their program.
Maple Leafs want to recondition Petr Mrazek
Keefe says as Mrázek ramps up toward his return, the plan will be to get him in some games with the Marlies (Conditioning stint)
Logistics Logjam: Locally focused Burgerville faces supply shortages - Portland Business Journal
Vancouver-based fast food chain Burgerville touts its local ingredients, but while its regional suppliers made for fewer disruptions to its supply chain, the road from the farm to burger shop has not always been smooth.
Analysis | Omicron Variant Resurrects the Risk of U.S. Stagflation
Last week's economic and Covid-related news may well resurrect a risk narrative that makes policy makers and virtually all financial markets particularly anxious: U.S. stagflation, that awful combination of rising inflation and declining growth.
Airlines were seeing a travel rebound before Omicron arrived.
The discovery the Omicron variant comes at a delicate moment for an airline industry that was just starting to see a rebound.
COVID-19 vaccine for babies and toddlers could be approved early 2022, chief public health officer says | CBC News
Canada's chief public health officer says COVID-19 vaccines for babies and toddlers could be approved early in the new year, depending on how clinical trials play out.