Ukrainian refugee adjusting to new Halifax home

Surrounded by welcome cards made by Sarah Toma’s students, Ann Vasiutkena is adjusting to a new feeling of home. “It was very unusual and sometimes nervous but that’s okay we’re getting along very good. And I’m so grateful for Sarah,” said Vasiutkena. Sarah Toma is a schoolteacher, she offered Vasiutkena shelter through a website that […]

Sentencing is now underway for Brayden Bullock

Barry- The sentencing for a 21-year-old Wasaga Beach man who was the subject of a Canada-wide warrant in 2021 has now begun. With his hair in a bun, wearing a white mask, and wrinkled shirt Brayden Bullock entered the Barrie courtroom on Tuesday in handcuffs. Now 21, Bullock was arrested and charged by police in […]

Liveblog: Gallagher back for Habs vs. sens

Breadcrumb Trail Links Sports NHL Montreal Canadians Hockey Inside Out Gallagher missed the last eight games with a lower-body injury. Jake Allen gets the nod in goal. Author of the article: Erik Leijon • Special to Montreal Gazette Publishing date: Apr 05, 2022 • 8 minutes ago • < 1 minute read • Join the […]

‘It was like Foden was in a playground’

Phil Foden has 11 goals and nine assists for Man City this season In a crucial week for Manchester City they need their star players to stand up. Kevin de Bruyne and Phil Foden did exactly that on Tuesday as the two combined to give Pep Guardiola’s side a narrow 1-0 Champions League quarter-final lead […]

‘State of crisis’: WLU report says children with autism experience long wait times to access supports

A new study from Wilfrid Laurier University in Waterloo found that families of children diagnosed with autism are experiencing immense strain when trying to access supports. Janet McLaughlin, an associate professor of community health and the co-director for the Autism Research Consortium at WLU, said children with autism are unable to access the therapy they […]

COVID-19 death ‘over-counting’ expected as BC switches reporting systems

The BC government’s new weekly system of reporting COVID-19 data will include an “over-counting” of coronavirus-related deaths, according to health officials. Provincial health officer Dr. Bonnie Henry said the weekly reports will be generated automatically, and feature a count of every person who died while coronavirus-positive over the preceding 30 days. “We’ll be transitioning to […]

Vers un changement de culture au Musée royal de la C.-B.

Alicia Dubois a pris les rênes du Musée royal de la Colombie-Britannique en février après que des allégations de racisme au sein de l’équipe du musée et des démissions successives de commissaires responsables des collections autochtones ont forcé le départ de l’ancien président-directeur général Jack Lohman.   La nouvelle pdg a pour mandat de changer […]

Saint John police to begin wearing body cameras

The Saint John Police Force announced officers will be wearing body cameras, beginning as early as this week. “A gradual deployment of the cameras among frontline officers is scheduled to begin this week and is to be completed by July 2022,” said Saint John police in a news release. Police say wearing the body cameras […]

Wall Street ends in loss, the Fed weighs

The New York Stock Exchange concluded in the red on Tuesday, weighed down in particular by the technology sector, investors reacting to the words of an official of the American central bank (Federal Reserve, Fed) on the need to strike “hard” against the inflation. According to final results, the Dow Jones index fell 0.80% to […]