Quebec extends mask mandate until mid-May

Breadcrumb Trail Links News Dr. Luc Boileau, the province’s Interim public health director, will deliver his first briefing since the Easter break. Author of the article: Katelyn Thomas, Montreal Gazette Quebec interim health director Dr. Luc Boileau gives a COVID-19 update Thursday, April 21, 2022 in Montreal.The Quebec health department is recommending the extension of […]

BC coroner opens review into death of Kelowna woman

Breadcrumb Trail Links News Local News crime Arlene Westervelt’s family believe the police and coroner’s investigation into her death was flawed, and have long pressed for the case to be re-opened. Author of the article: Ron Seymour • Kelowna Daily Courier Arlene Westervelt fell out of a canoe and drowned on June 26, 2016 in […]

Feds announce $2 million boost to nine community infrastructure projects in Windsor-Essex

The federal government is investing $2 million toward enhancing nine community spaces in Windsor and Essex County. Minister Helena Jaczek, who is responsible for the Federal Economic Development Agency for Southern Ontario, visited the region Thursday to make the funding announcement for upgrading infrastructure in Windsor-Essex. “Our government is investing in community infrastructure to support […]

Changement de propriétaires à l’horizon pour le Titan d’Acadie-Bathurst

C’est une personne avec une corporation, explique Serge Thériault, sans donner plus de détails sur l’identité de l’investisseur potentiel qui serait originaire de l’extérieur de la région. Serge Thériault, président du Titan d’Acadie-Bathurst. Photo : Radio-Canada / François Vigneault Ce serait comme actionnaire majoritaire, avec les pourparlers qu’on a tout de suite. [Notre groupe actuel] ne tient […]

Los Angeles County to order return of masks on public transportation, rideshares and LAX despite federal rules

LOS ANGELES (CNS) — Masks will again be required on all public transportation within Los Angeles County, including buses, trains, taxis and ride-hailing vehicles, under a new COVID-19 health order that goes into effect on Friday. The order will also require masks at all indoor public transportation hubs, including airports and bus terminals. Public Health […]

Hudson’s Bay Company to give historic Winnipeg building to Indigenous organization

The Hudson’s Bay Company is giving its historic downtown Winnipeg building to an Indigenous organization, to be used in part for affordable housing. The company is expected to announce the gift Friday. Prime Minister Justin Trudeau and other government representatives will be in attendance. The six-storey, 655,000-square-foot building is being given to the Southern Chiefs’ […]

Aucun francophone au C. A. : le CN promet de « corriger la situation »

Cette affaire, dévoilée par La Presse, a soulevé un nouveau tollé jeudi, plusieurs intervenants politiques et économiques jugeant la situation inacceptable. À Ottawa, d’abord, les ministres Omar Alghabra (Transports) et Ginette Petitpas Taylor (Langues officielles) ont rappelé, dans des déclarations presque identiques, que le Canadien NationalCN était assujetti à la Loi sur les langues officielles […]

19-year-old facing impaired charges following crash

A 19-year-old is facing impaired driving charges after crashing against a metal side rail on Riverside Drive in Windsor. Around 2:20 am Thursday, police responded to a single vehicle collision in the area of ​​Riverside Drive West and Crawford Avenue. Officers found the vehicle crashed against the metal side rail when they arrived. Police say […]