At the time of the incident, residents in the town of Unity, Sask. said the overwhelming smell wafted in from outside. More than six months later, the Saskatchewan Ministry of Energy and Resources has come out with its findings about what made them sick.
"Journalists tell the stories of our communities, protect democracy, (and) often put their lives on the line just to do their jobs," Canadian Prime Minister Trudeau wrote in a Twitter post overnight, adding the attack on the Capital Gazette in Annapolis, Maryland was "devastating" and extending condolences to victims and families. Trump walked past reporters without commenting on the tragedy.
In May, National Observer invited the leaders of all four major provincial political parties to share their thoughts on the Ontario election by submitting opinion pieces. The day before the election, Progressive Conservative Leader Doug Ford and Green Party Leader Mike Schreiner discuss their visions for change.
Prime Minister Justin Trudeau linked Indigenous reconciliation and the expansion of the Trans Mountain pipeline Tuesday as he met with a group in British Columbia that monitors construction of the project, including a chief who told Vice News that he denied the extent to which humans were causing climate change.
The Transportation Safety Board of Canada says the second mate on the Nathan E. Stewart was by himself on the tug's bridge and had fallen asleep when the tug-barge ran aground on Oct. 31, 2016, resulting in the release of about 110,000 litres of diesel fuel in Heiltsuk First Nation territorial waters near Bella Bella, B.C.