Toronto tenant says she's a victim of 'renoviction,' but landlord insists everything's above board | CBC News
A Toronto woman maintains she's being unfairly kicked out of the midtown apartment she's lived in for 15 years but the building's owners are telling a very different story.
City-Owned Parcels ID'd As Potential Homeless Shelters In LA
More than two dozen vacant parcels owned by the City of Los Angeles could be used to temporarily house and serve people who are homeless, according to a new report.
Just when Broadway figures out how to keep shows running, the audiences vanish.
The reopening of Broadway last summer, after its longest shutdown in history, provided a jolt of energy to a city ready for a rebound: Bruce Springsteen and block parties, eager audiences and enthusiastic actors.
Toronto's Don Valley Parkway and Gardiner Expressway shut down due to 'extreme weather,' police say | CBC News
Toronto police are temporarily closing the Don Valley Parkway and Gardiner Expressway, two of the city's major arteries, due to the "extreme weather".
All ramps are also closed
Kensington nightclub Jako has licence suspended after triple stabbing
Two large fights broke out outside Jako on January 9 as suspected gang members fought with knives and belts.
The violence saw three people stabbed outside the venue.
Four people were arrested.
The Time Is Now for the "Radical Revolution of Values" That MLK Called For
In the early weeks of the pandemic, novelist and activist Arundhati Roy brilliantly laid out the stakes of one of the coronavirus's reverberating impacts.
Row erupts over plan to allow 'double jobbing' in Northern Ireland politics
A row over "double jobbing", which would mean MPs in Westminster also sitting in the Stormont assembly, has erupted in Northern Ireland with accusations the government is trying to prop up the Democratic Unionist party.
DUP leader denies deal with Government to bring back double-jobbing
Sir Jeffrey Donaldson has denied that there was any agreement between the DUP and the Government to temporarily bring back double-jobbing for politicians in Northern Ireland.
UK households facing 'fuel stress' will treble to 6.3m - thinktank
The number of households suffering from "fuel stress" - those spending at least 10% of their family budgets on energy bills - is set to treble to 6.3m overnight when the new energy price cap comes in on 1 April, according to a leading research group.
Two drown in Peru as abnormally big waves from Tonga volcano hit coast
Two people have drowned off a beach in northern Peru, local authorities say, after unusually high waves were recorded in several coastal areas following Saturday's eruption of an underwater volcano in Tonga.