Puebla, Pue. Due to school graduations, party hall owners expected to finalize 70% of the dates for June and July; however, they barely reach 40% on average compared to what they achieved before the covid-19 pandemic. Daniel Pérez Varela, president of the Pueblan Association of Social Halls and Gardens for Events (Apsaje), who represents more […]
Breadcrumb Trail Links News Local News North Vancouver Fire Rescue Service was called to the fatal blaze on Tuesday, said RCMP Sgt. Peter DeVries Publishing date: May 31, 2022 • 13 minutes ago • 2 minute read • Join the conversation File photo of a North Vancouver Fire Rescue Service truck at an active scene. […]
The president of a gun club in southwestern Ontario is worried about what the new firearm-control legislation put forward Monday by the federal government will do to its membership. Part of the legislation includes a national freeze on buying, selling and importing handguns. “Strengthening our laws to protect citizens is always a positive,” said Jon […]
Sudbury’s Teak Furniture has been in business for five decades and recently decided it was time to expand and rebrand.
Timmins Police officials said the use of firearms to commit crimes has become more common in recent years.
A Barrie-area drone company is building new technology that could be used to evade radar and help prevent attacks in Ukraine. Volatus Aerospace teamed up with Aerovel to build a surveillance drone capable of flying thousands of feet in the air and staying there for 30 hours. This new technology comes as the company says […]
A new online tool is making things easier for job seekers through a website that lists Sudbury-area job opportunities all in one place.
He indicated that each doctor can choose up to three options, for which there are 19 thousand 964 applications The general director of Social Security, Zoé Robledo, explained that there are 95 specialties and subspecialties that are required; 66 percent of all the needs of the institutions are concentrated in six of these. 75 percent […]
There are signs that employers are having trouble finding staff in Sault Ste. Marie, especially in the hospitality industry.
A jury found Anthony Bilodeau guilty of second-degree murder and manslaughter in the shooting of two Métis hunters on a rural Alberta road. They also found his father, Roger Bilodeau, guilty of two counts of involuntary manslaughter. His lawyers had argued that the shooting was self-defense. The Crown argued that the defendants took justice into […]
Mayor John Tory has a warning for Ontario’s transit agency: don’t touch Osgoode Hall. The mayor issued the stern message Tuesday in response to a plan from Metrolinx to tear up a corner of the historic building’s grounds for construction of an entrance for a new Ontario Line subway station. Metrolinx, which is the provincial […]
As voters made their way into the returning office to cast a ballot Tuesday, they knew their vote could make the difference in London North Centre. “Given that it’s going to be close, it’s important to get your vote in,” said one voter. According to experts it’s expected to be a tight three-way race between […]
Prime Minister Justin Trudeau’s move Tuesday to ban buying handguns attracted the ire of one of the United States’ most controversial members of Congress. When Marjorie Taylor Greene — the Georgia representative who has loudly supported QAnon conspiracy theories — took aim at Trudeau over Twitter Tuesday, a conspiracy theory reference came in the very […]
British Columbia will be the first jurisdiction in Canada to decriminalize possession of small amounts of drugs like heroin, fentanyl, cocaine, methamphetamine and MDMA in an effort to save lives amid the province’s escalating toxic drug crisis. Announcements, Events & more from Tyee and select partners Hot for Housing? Ask Our Reporters Whatever You Want […]
The family of two mixed-race hunters who were shot to death on a rural road in Alberta say they would have liked harsher sentences for the men who killed their loved ones, but are satisfied those responsible will be behind bars. A jury found Anthony Bilodeau, 33, guilty of involuntary manslaughter in the death of […]
Breadcrumb Trail Links Columnists Publishing date: May 31, 2022 • 19 minutes ago • 3 minute read • Join the conversation Prime Minister Justin Trudeau is pictured in Kitchener, Ont., April 20, 2022. Photo by Carlos Osorio /Reuters Article content The Liberals’ slow-motion confiscation of all handguns in the country – which is what Monday’s […]
EDMONTON—An Alberta father and son have been convicted in the deaths of two Métis hunters who were shot to death on a rural road just north of the eastern Alberta village of Glendon. Anthony Bilodeau has been convicted of second-degree murder in one death and of manslaughter in the other; his father Roger Bilodeau has […]
Family Support for Children with Disabilities (FSCD) is an Alberta government program designed to support families of children with disabilities by covering some of the costs of costly therapy and other social services. Between 2020 and 2021, the provincial Ministry of Community and Social Services has distributed $193 million under this program to benefit more […]
The MNA for Rouyn-Noranda-Témiscamingue, Émilise Lessard-Therrien, regrets that the plane tickets for a $500 round trip do not allow you to leave from a regional airport to a city in another region. . Quebec has restricted the program to the airports of Montreal, Quebec City and St-Hubert, which are the main departure and arrival points […]
The Northwest Territories government is not doing enough to provide residents equitable and culturally safe addictions prevention and recovery services, despite promises to do so. That’s according to a report by the Office of the Auditor General of Canada looking at addictions prevention and recovery services in the N.W.T. The report, tabled in the Legislative Assembly on Tuesday, said […]
Breadcrumb Trail Links Theater Music Local Arts festivals At dozens of sparkling gathering places across our city, waves of events continue through the month including teas, drag shows, a mayor’s brunch, a Pride-themed Riverhawks baseball game and many, many dance parties. Karmen Down at one of the last Fruit Loop in-person events before the pandemic […]
The Canadian Armed Forces’ top cop has apologized to two Royal Military College (RMC) officer cadets after a review by a military police watchdog found several problems with how military police investigated a case at Canada’s officer academy. The Military Police Complaints Commission (MPCC) publicly released its final report on a series of incidents concerning harassment […]
The recovery of working market It was consolidated in April, a space in which a little more than a million people joined a job. With this data, the employed population in Mexico reached 57.7 million people, a new historical maximum for this indicator. According to data from the National Occupation and Employment Survey (ENOE), in […]
The National Electoral Institute (INE) reported that it installed the Temporary Budget Commission 2023, whose members will prepare the draft Budget that the electoral body will request for next year when the electoral process for the presidential succession will begin. The Temporary Budget Committee (CTP) 2023 is chaired by the Minister claudia zavalaand as members […]
A jury ended a second day of deliberations Tuesday without reaching a verdict on the libel claims of Johnny Depp and ex-wife amber heard for his volatile and unhappy marriage. The seven-person civilian jury resumed deliberations Tuesday morning. After hearing closing arguments and deliberating for about two hours on Friday, Judge Penney Azcarate excused the […]
In addition to preparing a new project for water care, Mexico City is also preparing to present an action plan focused on ease the traffic and improve mobility, announced the head of government, Claudia Sheinbaum Pardo. At a press conference, the local president explained that this new plan seeks to reinforce the integrated mobility strategy, […]
The local United Way, along with support from local organizations, is launching an after-school program to improve kids’ math and literacy skills. The new “Ignite Academy” will offer extra assistance to kids in Grades 2 to Grade 7 while providing wrap-around support for families as well. “We know math and literacy skills are critical indicators […]
Regina city council may attempt to dip into federal funding to put towards a new indoor aquatic center. According to the council’s agenda for June 1, approval is recommended to use the city’s remaining “Investing in Canada Infrastructure Program” funds towards the planning and development of a new indoor pool. However, ICIP funding is supposed […]
The multinational is currently studying various investment projects, he indicated during the question period on Tuesday, while Rio Tinto announced in the middle of the month that it was suspending its project to add 16 new AP60 tanks to the Jonquière Complex. Rio Tinto had then mentioned in an internal note wanting to push back […]
Two Ontario residents are warning others to double check their Interac e-transfers recipients before they send the transfers after they lost money making the same mistake. While Interac says the vast majority of e-transfers are sent without any issues, if you send an e-transfer to the wrong person, it can be difficult to get the […]