A father-daughter duo are preparing to hit the right note together with the Kitchener-Waterloo Symphony Orchestra on Friday night. They’ll be performing at Kitchener’s Center In The Square concert hall. It’s where Daniel Warren belted out his first note on the trumpet for the symphony at 22-years-old to the tune of Mahler’s Second Symphony. Daniel […]
Phoenix Gureckas saw the vehicle heading for her younger brother and rushed to push him out of the way. The 14 year-old saved her six year-old brother, her mother said, but the minivan smashed into hersending her flying into the windshield. The Hamilton teen was left with so severe injuries she ended up spending four […]
The United States said Thursday that only adults who “have personal concerns” about messenger RNA vaccines, access issues or medical reasons for refusing them can now receive the COVID-19 vaccine from Johnson & Johnsonrelated to unusual and potentially dangerous coagulation. The vaccine, which is a single dose, protects less than those developed by Pfizer Y […]
Puebla, Pue. The National Chamber of Commerce, Services and Tourism (Canaco Servytur) considered it positive that there are no more street vendors in the Historic Center of the entity’s capital, which has led to an increase of up to 30% in sales. In this regard, Marco Antonio Prósperi Calderón, president of the organization in Pueblastressed […]
Breadcrumb Trail Links News Local News Inspired by the shape of pysanky — intricately decorated Easter eggs — artist Giorgia Volpe’s Entrelacs was erected in Parc de l’Ukraine on Thursday. Publishing date: May 05, 2022 • 23 minutes ago • 3 minute read • Join the conversation Situated across the street from the Saint Sophie […]
Breadcrumb Trail Links Local Arts Books Selina Boan’s the Undoing Hours earns Pat Lowther Memorial Award at the 2022 League of Canadian Poets Book Awards Publishing date: May 05, 2022 • 12 minutes ago • 1 minute read • Join the conversation Vancouver’s Selina Boan’s debut poetry collection Undoing Hours has landed her the 2022 […]
CTV’s Rob Buffam spoke with BC’s premier about everything from provincial healthcare and real estate concerns to the premier’s own health.
Breadcrumb Trail Links News Local News Here’s a roundup of the work being done this weekend on Montreal’s major roadways. Photo by Allen McInnis /Montreal Gazette files Article content Closures are expected to disrupt traffic around Montreal this weekend, mainly on the Samuel-De Champlain Bridge and St-Pierre Interchange. Here’s what to look out for. Article […]
Breadcrumb Trail Links Local News Publishing date: May 05, 2022 • 39 minutes ago • 3 minute read • Join the conversation The sun sets as the sky gives off a redish glow behind power lines along the Anthony Henday Dr. in Edmonton, May 5, 2021. Photo by Ed Kaiser /postmedia Article content Epcor customers […]
Queretaro, Qro. For micro, small, medium and large companies, a bag of 250 million pesos is being prepared in various support programs, a resource that will be exercised during the current year. The Secretary of Sustainable Development (Headquarters) of the state, Marco Antonio del Prete Thirdannounced that it is a series of initiatives that will […]
The newlyweds, Kristina Zyma and her husband, are seen smiling in photos as they tie the knot after being together for ten years. But this isn’t the wedding the couple had hoped for, one in the midst of a war. “It’s kind of a romantic and sad story at the same time,” said Zyma. In […]
Firefighters were called to a grassfire around 4:30 pm Thursday, on the west side of Deerfoot Trail south of Beddington Trail NE Fire broke out near some railroad tracks, near a bike path and residential area. Crews were able to quickly bring the fire under control, before it threatened any property. The cause of the […]
Breadcrumb Trail Links Toronto & GTA News crime Canada Kier Bryan Granado is suspected of being associated with a Tommy Ngo, also wanted Publishing date: May 05, 2022 • 13 minutes ago • 2 minute read • Join the conversation KIER BRYAN GRANADO. Wanted for murder. Article content Calgary cops believe a man wanted on […]
A Grade 8 student at Holy Cross Catholic Elementary School is making an impact in the community with her “Heart to Heart” grassroots charity. Arina Punambolam devised the idea of a fundraiser that would benefit frontline workers and the Windsor Regional Hospital. With the help of her supportive fellow students, school, parents and the community, […]
Staff and students at a Catholic high school in Sudbury hosted a water walk this week to highlight the need for clean water in communities.
Breadcrumb Trail Links News Canada Emotions ran high during first responders’ testimony at the public inquest into the 2020 Nova Scotia mass shooting Publication date: 05 May 2022 • 4 hours ago • 4 minutes of reading • 10 comments Police block the road in Debert, NS on Sunday April 19, 2020. Photo by THE […]
Performer and producer Jessica Crowe joins Brendan Connor to discuss a live show at Sudbury’s Grand Theater this weekend.
The key is knowing what could be perceived as interfering with an officer’s duty. AUSTIN, Texas—The Austin Police Department confirmed that it is investigating after a video surfaced online showing a police officer pushing a woman to the ground during an abortion rights protest earlier this week. With more protests planned around Austin in the […]
A service disruption of unknown origin has left people in BC’s South-Central Okanagan unable to dial 911 for help. E-Comm, which operates the province’s biggest 911 call center, said technicians are working with Telus to determine the cause of the problem and restore service as quickly as possible. In the meantime, the public has been […]
A major cycling event is coming to North Bay this summer that will see some downtown streets closed for the weekend.
The four major leaders of political parties in Ontario will be in North Bay next Tuesday for a debate at the Capitol Centre.
LVIV, Ukraine (AP) — Ukrainian fighters in the tunnels beneath the Mariupol pulverized steel plant held off Russian troops Thursday in an increasingly desperate and perhaps doomed effort to deny Moscow what would be its greatest success of the war so far: the complete capture of the strategic port city. The bloody battle came amid […]
Tim Tran was working in the kitchen at LT’s Food and Fuel when a customer came in saying there was a fire. “At first we thought it was a joke, but he said well, come out and see,” said Tran. “So we all ran out and right away we noticed, a big cloud of smoke […]
Breadcrumb Trail Links Local News A cyclist is shown along University Avenue West in Windsor on Thursday, September 23, 2021. Photo by Dan Janisse /Windsor Star Article content Designs for a transformed University Avenue with bike lanes and boulevards joining the west end to Windsor’s downtown would see about 84 on-street parking spots axed from […]
Our Place Family Resource and Early Years Center in Kitchener is shutting its doors at the end of June after more than 40 years of service. Officials with the program said provincial funding has decreased significantly and it’s not financially sustainable for the organization to continue operating. “We just couldn’t continue sustaining operations past that […]
Another 50 people died in BC last week after testing positive for COVID-19, but there are signs in weekly reports from the province that the latest wave of the pandemic has begun to recede. After rising for weeks following the end of indoor mask requirements and the vaccine passport program, the number of patients in […]
The traffic was high during the first day. A large number of people were on hand to meet the sixty or so authors who came from across the country. The General Manager of the Greater Sudbury Book Fair, Geneviève Leblanc, points out that this is the first in-person fair since 2018. She hopes that everyone […]
Several organizations in London held an event at Peace Park Thursday to mark the National Day of Awareness For Missing And Murdered Indigenous Women And Girls (MMIWG), also known as Red Dress Day. “We also use the color red as it allows for those to be able to be seen. We use our voices for […]
The American medical agency announced that it would limit the anti-Covid vaccine from Johnson & Johnson to Seoul for adults refusing d’être vaccinés avec Pfizer ou Moderna pour cause d’«personal concerns», even if they need to receive an injection of ces deux derniers vaccins pour des raisons medicales ou d’accès limited. • Also read: COVID-19: […]
A Saskatchewan business owner says while he met the requirements to officially join the federal Conservative leadership race, a clerical issue ended his hopes of leading the party. While Joseph Bourgault said he takes the Conservative Party of Canada’s (CPC) explanation at “face value” he questions whether that was all there was to it. “Is […]