A recap of the daily news headlines from this past week
This week, the Daily News podcast covered a lot of news that I think were really important and mostly ignored by so may mainstream outlets. One of the stories that didn’t make the list this week? Global News’ owner Corus announced some number of layoffs across Canada. Among some of the bylines gone are some names you’ve heard me read on the Daily News podcast. Another cut in an industry that is pouring blood out of its eyeballs.
If you missed any episode from this week, you can catch up here.
Police shoot wrong man with rubber bullets during 'mistaken arrest' in Vancouver
Edmonton police use of force under review after video surfaces online
Montreal to pay $6 million, apologize to settle protest class-action lawsuits
La GRC réalise une importante saisie d’armes à Vaudreuil-Dorion
Un homme est mort en traversant la frontière américaine
Person airlifted after collision south of Guelph: police
Evictions overturned for P.E.I. tenants being displaced for Tim Hortons staff
Ex-MP Bernard Valcourt pleads not guilty to obstructing, resisting police
Girl, 9, killed in hit and run while walking in Norway House, Man.
Actors’ union accuses Ottawa of prolonging labour dispute with agencies after millions in ad spending revealed
Canada Pension Plan Sells 85% of Apple Stake, Buys Tesla Instead
How much does the Bank of Canada governor earn? Not even Tiff Macklem knows for sure
Unions and veterans decry privatization of rehabilitation services
Greek prime minister says 'human error' caused a train collision that left 43 dead
Dow said it was recycling our shoes. We found them at an Indonesian flea market
Ecuadorian Indigenous Leader Eduardo Mendúa Assassinated at His Home
Israel releases settlers arrested after anti-Palestinian attacks
Italy migrant boat shipwreck: More than 100 people feared dead