Breadcrumb Trail Links Local News The site of the proposed mega-hospital at County Road 42 and the 9th Concession in Windsor is shown in this Aug. 18, 2021, file photo. Photo by Dan Janisse /Windsor Star Article content Windsor Regional Hospital and the University of Windsor are pursuing a partnership for a health research and […]
Bird e-scooters took flight just south of the capital city Friday morning as Edmonton worked to finalize which fleets will be approved to hit the streets later this month. Rental scooters in Leduc will be capped at 15 kilometers per hour and must be returned to specific, GPS-designated parking areas. That was decided after clutter […]
Waterloo regional police have released the name of a fake Facebook profile involved in online luring. In a news release, police said, the Joint Waterloo-Guelph Human Trafficking Team began an investigation into a suspect luring “vulnerable females” through Facebook last year. The username involved was “Fee Robinson.” Police determined the first victim was lured in […]
It’s the busiest week of the year for flower shops in Saskatoon with Mother’s Day quickly approaching. “Mother’s Day is one of those holidays that we kind of trend, and it happens the same every year because it always falls on a Sunday,” said Quinn Brown, co-owner of Quinn & Kim’s Flowers. “It gets really […]
CLAIM “the CGG CGG coding […] does not appear in nature”, this and the furin cleavage site from the SARS-CoV-2 spike protein gene suggests the virus wasn’t transmitted from animals to humans DETAILS Factually inaccurate: The genetic sequence CGG CGG, which codes for a pair of arginines, a type of amino acid, can be found […]
The Toronto Maple Leafs are at Amalie Arena for Game 3, trying to take home-ice advantage back with a win against the Tampa Bay Lightning. The series is tied 1-1. The Star will be documenting all the action leading up to and throughout the game. Follow our live blog below! (note: live blog is currently […]
A new report by Region of Waterloo’s transportation department shows drivers are slowing down in 13 school zones where an automated speed enforcement program has been implemented. “We’ve seen positive impacts on driver speeds,” the region’s manager of traffic engineering, Bob Henderson told CTV News. “Approximately a five to six kilometer per hour reduction in […]
One Ontario attraction says it is having a hard time finding lifeguards. What is the problem and how will it impact things this summer?
In this week’s episode of Explore the North, Pure Country Sudbury’s Josh Corbett visits a place that offers fun for the whole family.
With a fundamental part of the food security system dying at an alarming rate, a northern beekeeper discusses challenges and opportunities.
Over 500 students filled the gym at Georgian College for Campus Life Day, the first in-person orientation held at the school since December 2019. “I think it’s incredible. You see, folks are just so excited to be back in person,” says student Mariana Lima. Throughout the pandemic, the College held virtual events instead. “Our virtual […]
The Canadian Food Inspection Agency (CFIA) estimates 110,000 birds have been impacted by the latest avian flu outbreak in Saskatchewan, as of May 5. Eight separate instances of avian flu have been detected in the province as of May 4, according to the CFIA. The agency has been monitoring an outbreak of H5N1 highly pathogenic […]
Breadcrumb Trail Links Out of Town Properties homes Buying & Selling Located roughly 15 minutes outside Kelowna in Lake Country, the project comprises 44 three-storey townhomes. Aerial view of where Lakeside Estates will be located roughly 15 minutes outside Kelowna in Lake Country, just a block from Wood Lake. Photo by Supplied /PNG Reviews and […]
Breadcrumb Trail Links News Local News Publishing date: May 06, 2022 • 16 minutes ago • 3 minute read • Join the conversation Windsor is no longer Canada’s jobless capital, according to Statistics Canada. In this March 10, 2022, file photo, Jordan Ellis, a framer with JS Ellis Construction, works on a single family housing […]
It’s not uncommon these days for parents to wait nearly 10 hours for their children to receive care at the Alberta Children’s Hospital in Calgary. The association that represents nurses in the province, United Nurses of Alberta, said the wait time reached 16 hours, at times. In Edmonton, Stollery Children’s Hospital is also under pressure. […]
Breadcrumb Trail Links Saskatchewan Saskatchewan is following the best-case scenario projected by the province’s modeling team, but doctors say infection rates remain high. A mask on the statue of Order of Canada recipient Denny Carr in downtown Saskatoon. Photo by Matt Smith /Saskatoon StarPhoenix article content Saskatchewan may finally be on the other side of […]
Breadcrumb Trail Links Local News Nancy Brockenshire, executive director of The Hospice of Windsor and Essex County, speaks at a press conference on Friday, May 6, 2022, regarding youth summer employment opportunities. The Hospice benefits from the program allowing the hiring of students. Photo by Dan Janisse /Windsor Star Article content The City of Windsor […]
Nevaeh Pine of Garden River First Nation presented a speech on residential schools and won second place in an annual public-speaking contest
Breadcrumb Trail Links Sports Baseball Infielder/outfielder Trevor Schwecke found his focus while sidelined last season with a broken bone in his spine Publishing date: May 06, 2022 • 41 minutes ago • 3 minute read • Join the conversation Vancouver Canadians infielder/outfielder Trevor Schwecke signs an autograph for a young fan. He was a 13th […]
The Barcelona comic, known in its beginnings as the Comic and Illustration Hall, reaches its 40th edition after having spent two critical years in which it has not been held due to the pandemic, apart from the 2021 virtual edition. It is in itself a success that Cómic Barcelona can be celebrated again with the […]
May is Sun Awareness Month and Canadians are being encouraged to do a skin self check as a Sudbury man shares his skin cancer experience.
More than thirty spokespersons for associations, members of the business community and residents, in their personal capacity, marched in front of the committee in the hope that the City would undertake public consultations. The majority of stakeholders argue they don’t have enough information to understand the $330 million redevelopment project, which includes new bleachers, a […]
Breadcrumb Trail Links politics Alberta added 16,000 jobs in April, mostly in the service sector and nearly 10,000 of them full-time Publishing date: May 06, 2022 • 23 minutes ago • 2 minute read • Join the conversation Pedestrians make their way past a help wanted sign at a Jiffy Lube location, 9927 82 Ave., […]
Well, we have a series. With Joel Embiid back in action, the Philadelphia 76ers defeated the Miami Heat 99-79 in Game 3 of their second-round matchup on Friday, cutting Miami’s series lead to 2-1 before Game 4 on Sunday. Here are three takeaways from Philly’s victory. 1. Joel Embiid saves the day Embiid wasn’t at […]
COVID-19 isn’t the only virus circulating throughout the community, as respiratory illnesses that seemed dormant for the past two years make a comeback. According to Simcoe Muskoka’s associate medical officer of health Dr. Colin Lee, seasonal influenza and Rhinovirus, otherwise known as the common cold, appear to be increasing. “This is probably because during the […]
Windsor residents continue to be educated about the city’s new bylaw that could see property owners face a $215 dollar fine should messy bird feeders elicit complaints. The new rules were passed in 2021 as a way to reduce wildlife and rodents, like rats and skunks. “I don’t know what the big deal is,” said […]
The Saskatchewan Health Authority (SHA) closed a peer-led after-hours harm reduction program for drug users at the end of March when its three-year grant obtained through Health Canada expired. “Very popular program coming out of COVID in the past couple of years that had a big impact,” said SHA Prince Albert regional HIV coordinator, Paulette […]
RCMP has charged a Windsor man for allegedly offering to help a known terrorist organization. CTV Windsor’s Sanjay Maru reports.
Article content The good news: The Ottawa Redblacks have signed linebacker DeShawn Stevens, their first-round draft choice from 2021. Article content The bad news: Quarterback Taryn Christion, who was injured last October, has retired. In his place, the Redblacks have signed quarterback David Moore (Central Michigan). The Redblacks also announced they have released defensive lineman […]
Breadcrumb Trail Links Local News crime The submachine gun was equipped with a silencer and prohibited extra-capacity magazines were also found. ALERT said the MAC-10 has a fire rate of 1,200 rounds per minute Publishing date: May 06, 2022 • 8 hours ago • 1 minute read • 7 Comments ALERT Edmonton’s organized crime team […]