N.B. woman facing impaired driving charge after SUV collides with RCMP vehicle

N.B. woman facing impaired driving charge after SUV collides with RCMP vehicle

A damaged Royal Canadian Mounted Police vehicle is seen in Tracadie, N.B., in a June 29, 2022, handout photo. A 50-year-old New Brunswick woman is facing an impaired driving charge following a head-on collision with a fully marked RCMP vehicle in the village of Tracadie. THE CANADIAN PRESS/HO-RCMP A damaged Royal Canadian Mounted Police vehicle is seen in Tracadie, N.B., in a June 29, 2022, handout photo. A 50-year-old New Brunswick woman is facing an impaired driving charge following a head-on collision with a fully marked RCMP vehicle in the village of Tracadie. THE CANADIAN PRESS/HO-RCMP

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Quebec Cardinal Marc Ouellet accused of sexual assault in class-action lawsuit

Quebec Cardinal Marc Ouellet is accused of sexual assault in documents tabled in Superior Court Tuesday related to a class-action lawsuit against the Roman Catholic Archdiocese of Quebec. The allegations against Ouellet are part of a series of claims made against clergy members that are included in two class-action lawsuits against the church that have been authorized by a judge.

Pope Francis, left, and Cardinal Marc Ouellet arrive at the opening of a 3-day Symposium on Vocations in the Paul VI hall at the Vatican, Thursday, Feb. 17, 2022. (AP Photo/Gregorio Borgia)

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OPINION | Economists are forecasting a recession in Canada, how should you prepare?

The next time the Bank of Canada raises interest rates on the scheduled date of September 7, 2022, it could potentially trigger a recession. Although there may be a chance that we don’t enter into a recession and the BoC is still hoping for a soft landing, it’s best to be prepared. Contributor Christopher Liew explains how.