Eyewitness accounts and videos corroborate claims that an extensive drone assault targeted six Russian regions in the early hours of Wednesday. This incident marked the most significant drone attack on Russian territory since the commencement of Moscow's war of aggression in Ukraine 18 months ago.
Yevgeny Prigozhin, the leader of the Russian private military group Wagner, is believed to be among the 10 passengers who lost their lives in a private jet crash to the north of Moscow. The authorities are currently investigating the crash's cause, and there has been no official confirmation regarding the discovery of Prigozhin's body.
Chrystia Freeland, the Federal Finance Minister, who is known to prefer cycling and does not own a car, has reportedly been issued a fine of $273 for exceeding the speed limit in her home province of Alberta. A spokesperson, Katherine Cuplinskas, confirmed the incident and stated that Freeland promptly paid the fine.
Russia's bid to achieve its first successful moon mission in almost five decades ended in disaster and (some would say well deserved) disappointment as the Luna-25 spacecraft lost control and crashed into the lunar surface. The incident highlighted the diminishing prowess of Russia's space program since its Soviet-era heyday.
A CTV journalist Joanna Lavoie, has claimed that an individual's determination to clear the encampment at Allan Gardens has led them to distribute fraudulent eviction notices to those residing in tents within the area. A close reading of the falsified city communication actually hints that the intent behind the letter may have been to foment social unrest or to accelerate political pressure.
A restaurant in Richmond incorporated the use of robot servers as a potential solution to address challenges posed by labor shortages in the industry. While this innovation has gained traction, restaurant owners hold differing opinions on the extent to which robot servers can replace human waitstaff, emphasizing that their suitability largely depends on the nature of the establishment.
Ahead of foreign interference probe, this Conservative Alberta politician alleges Poland spied on him
The Polish government's activities are currently under review by the Canadian federal government which is examining claims Poland dismissed one of its diplomats for refusing to involve himself in the preparation of a requested report on the political activities of former Alberta cabinet minister and CBC commentator, Thomas Lukaszuk. CBC news reporter Raffy Boudjikanian suggests that the diplomat was relieved of their duties, as a result of this refusal.
The housing situation in Ontario has become a source of intense controversy, sparking calls from opposition parties for the province's housing minister and the premier to step down. The catalyst behind this demand was a recent audit overseen by Bonnie Lysk, the auditor general of Ontario. The audit shed light on perceived biases and favoritism within the government's strategy for developing the Greenbelt.
Around 25 individuals have sustained injuries following an explosion that occurred at an industrial facility situated northeast of Moscow. The incident was reported on Wednesday by the Russian state news agency RIA Novosti.