Downtown businesses affected by the “Freedom Convoy” still have time to apply for up to $15,000 in non-repayable relief. The fund provides financial support for owners who were forced to close, limit their hours or who faced damage to their stores because of the trucker occupation that snarled much of the capital’s downtown core in […]
Canadian health officials are investigating reports of a mysterious form of hepatitis in children that has caused concern across about a dozen other countries. The Public Health Agency of Canada “is aware of reports of severe acute hepatitis of unknown origin in young children in Canada,” wrote spokesperson Charlaine Sleiman in an email Tuesday. “These […]
It seems that finally health crisis caused by Covid-19 in Mexico and the world is beginning to give way, deaths related to the virus have been significantly reduced and people feel some relief. But the post pandemic recovery It has not been as fast or as effective: international conflicts, shortages of raw materials, sanctions on […]
With the price of living skyrocketing, the Ontario Green Party is promising to double the Ontario Disability Support Program.
A total of 20 cases of COVID-19 are now part of a growing outbreak at St. Marys Memorial Hospital in the town of St. Marys, 20 minutes outside Stratford. The outbreak at the hospital’s inpatient unit was declared on April 18. At the time, four patients and one staff member were sick. As of Tuesday, […]
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fake images Defense Secretary Lloyd Austin has met with top military officials from more than 40 countries to discuss Ukraine’s war against Russia. We’ll break down the highlights. In addition, a new Senate subcommittee report alleges that a contractor mistreats service members who live in his home. This is Defense and National Security, your late-night […]
A 32-year-old man is facing a charge of manslaughter following the death of Jamie Sark, whose body was found in a wooded-area on PEI last November. Jamie Sark was last seen in late August 2021 near Mosquito Path on Lennox Island, a First Nations community in the western part of the island. The 28-year-old man […]
USA It offered $10 million rewards Tuesday for six Russian military intelligence agents accused of cyberattacks that devastated businesses around the world in 2017. The six Russians affiliated with Russian military intelligence Unit 74455 were indicted in October by a US federal grand jury for a series of cyberattacks, including one on Russia’s power grid. […]
The federal government is seeking to give itself new powers to seize and sell already sanctioned assets from foreign entities, and use the proceeds to help rebuild affected countries and compensate victims. It’s a policy change that the Liberals have already indicated they want to use once it passes against Russians sanctioned for his continued […]
Three students at Cambrian College are leading an initiative that gives elementary students tools to bring social justice issues to light.
Sault Ste. Marie’s public utility is conducting its annual maintenance on the city’s water mains.
Friends of a 45-year-old aviation enthusiast have identified him as the pilot killed in a crash west of Calgary on Friday. Two people were in the 1981 Mooney M20K single-engine aircraft when it crashed along Highway 1 near the Springbank Airport just after 3:30 pm The collision killed the pilot and seriously injured a 22-year-old […]
L’histoire d’Aby Piétacho, relatée lundi dans Le Devoir, a alimenté les discussions du comité parlementaire. Le traitement subi par cette enfant de deux ans, qui a été retournée cinq fois à la maison avant d’être finalement prise en charge à l’hôpital pour une tumeur, a rouvert la question de l’accueil des Autochtones dans le milieu […]
The government is short-staffing its wildfire-fighting force even though the fire season is already underway, according to the Alberta Union of Provincial Employees (AUPE). “We should already be up to full speed and at full strength, but the government ordered that the wildfire-fighting season budget cut by about 8 to 12 per cent,” says Mike […]
the ukrainian president, Volodymyr Zelenskyaccused on Tuesday Russia of having placed the world “on the verge of catastrophe” after occupying the Chernobyl nuclear power plant at the beginning of the invasion of Ukraine. “The world was once again on the verge of catastrophe, because for the Russian army, the Chernobyl zone and the Chernobyl plant […]
The Saskatoon murder trial of the man accused of killing Richard Fernuk in the summer of 2019 heard closing arguments on Tuesday. Leo Daniels, 39, is charged with first-degree murder, robbery and unlawful confinement in the death of Fernuk, 68, whose body was found by police on Aug. 3, 2019. Officers found Fernuk dead in […]
Ottawa Bylaw will be out in force this weekend to enforce the city’s rules during the “Rolling Thunder” bike convoy event. “The City of Ottawa is providing support to ensure the Rolling Thunder event, scheduled from Friday, April 29 to Saturday, April 30, exercises respect to the community, while they exercise their democratic right to […]
An Oak Bay, BC, man is once again making headlines by raising money for charity. John Hillman, who is a veteran of the Second World War, will be walking 103 laps around his care home to celebrate 103 years on the Earth. Hillman turned 103 in March, and plans to walk 10 laps around his […]
Driven by problems exposed during the COVID-19 pandemic, election battle lines have been drawn over the future of long-term care, how the places that house the elderly will look in the coming years, and who will own them. With the NDP and Liberals promising wholesale reform to more and smaller, home-like facilities and Premier Doug […]
Article content City council agreed Monday to allow for Windsor Salt Ltd. to expand its operations on lands beneath Malden Park. Article content The company has long held mineral rights to the lands dating back to the 1950s and recently formally requested to expand those operations to construct and operate new brine wells. The agreement […]
Environment Commissioner Jerry DeMarco talks about the findings in his report on the government’s emissions reduction plan.
Breadcrumb Trail Links Local News Court of Queen’s Bench Justice Peter Michalyshyn declined to grant pre-trial release to David Michael Moss, who was arrested after Bella Rose Desrosiers was stabbed to death in her Mill Woods home on May 18, 2020 Bella Rose Desrosiers was killed in her southeast Edmonton home on May 18, 2020. […]
A bartender who suffered a serious head injury after downing dozens of alcoholic beverages in a single night has filed a lawsuit alleging he was over-served at a number of downtown Vancouver establishments. Bradley Roger Johnson said he consumed 25 drinks over a period of about four hours after getting off work at The Kingston […]
Ongoing thefts from vehicles in New Tecumseth, Adjala-Tosorontio and Essa Township have provincial police appealing to the public for help. Police say that throughout April, they received “numerous calls” about personal property being stolen from vehicles. They say the most recent thefts happened on residential properties in Alliston, Loretto and Thornton. “Thefts from vehicles are […]
Le prix du homard a atteint des sommets historiques dans les Maritimes. Pendant la pandémie, de nombreux consommateurs en Asie et aux États-Unis ont décidé de déguster le crustacé, faisant ainsi augmenter la demande. Combiné à des prises plus faibles pendant l’hiver, le prix au consommateur a alors monté en flèche, pour atteindre 19,50 $ la […]
OTTAWA — A Conservative government led by Jean Charest would keep Canada on course for net-zero greenhouse gas emissions by 2050, but abandon one of the key ways the Liberals have promised to get there — by having a consumer price on carbon. Charest, a former federal environment minister, unveiled a wide-ranging plan to tackle […]
Breadcrumb Trail Links News Music Local news Entertainment Celebrity He was the voice behind such hits as Which Way You Goin’ Billy, That’s Where I Went Wrong, and Good Friends in the late 1960s and early 1970s. Susan Jacks rehearsing at the Fox Theater in Vancouver on July 4, 2014. Photo by Steve Bosch /vancouver […]
What most caught the attention of Portuguese Grand Prixcelebrated, last Sunday, in the beautiful Portimao layoutit was not that he won, with great authority and ease, the world champion Fabio Quartararo (Yamaha) or that the official teams of Ducati Y Sling added one more GP without winning or Aleix Espargaro (Aprilia) continue his excellent streak […]
The former deputy of Junts per Catalunya Edward Pujol will bring to trial two women whom he accuses of insultsin one case, and insults and threats, in the other one. The party removed Pujol and suspended him from militancy in the fall of 2020, days after these two women told one of the organization’s managers […]