Lisa MacLeod, Minister of Heritage, Sport, Tourism and Culture Industries, will be joined by Nina Kressler, President and CEO of the Shaw Centre, to make an announcement.
B.C.’s Big White Ski Resort is cancelling all upcoming reservations for people who live outside of the Central Okanagan as it responds to a cluster of COVID-19 cases that includes dozens of people. Scheduled guests who live outside of the region with bookings between now and Jan. 8, 2021, have received emails from the Kelowna-area […]
London Health Sciences Centre (LHSC) says it plans to transfer a number of patients to health partners in the region and reduce services in an effort to boost its own capacity ahead of “an imminent surge of COVID-19 patients.” Dr. Adam Dukelow, LHSC’s chief medical officer, revealed the plans during a media briefing on Thursday […]
News Sean Douglas 3 Hrs Ago Dr Keith Rowley – THE Prime Minister paraphrased a quote from US President Donald Trump to say Trinidad and Tobago citizens come first in TT, even amid a humanitarian policy to Venezuelan migrants, as he addressed Thursday’s post-Cabinet briefing at the Diplomatic Centre, St Ann’s. Saying Trump has said […]
TORONTO – The Ontario government is taking action to protect jobs by helping businesses avoid costly payouts and potential closures and continues offering protection to workers that are laid off due to COVID-19. These measures are being adopted through the extension of regulatory amendments that were put in place at the outset of the pandemic […]
A research team is flying up to the source of a massive landslide that ripped through a valley on B.C.’s Central coast in late November, in an attempt to attempt to pinpoint a cause. They suspect glacial retreat played a role and say the devastating slide is a warning of how treacherous it can be to […]
With two University Hospital (UH) COVID-19 outbreaks declared over this week, containment strategies put in place at the facility are working and the outbreaks there are “turning the corner,” London Health Sciences Centre’s chief medical officer reiterated Thursday. However, with case counts remaining high in the London and Middlesex region ahead of the holiday season, […]
News Grevic Alvarado 12 Minutes Ago File photo of Venezuelans onboard a pirogue making its way to Los Iros beach in T&T – Lincoln Holder VENEZUELA attorney general Tarek William Saab reported on Thursday that authorities have found 28 bodies in the sea near Guiria, Sucre State, after the sinking of a boat heading to […]
WAINFLEET—The safety and well-being of Canadians are top priorities for the governments of Canada and Ontario. Investments in public infrastructure during this extraordinary time provide an opportunity to create jobs and economic growth, make our communities more sustainable and resilient in the face of climate change, and build more inclusive, equitable public spaces.
The Superior Court of Quebec has granted the federal government a two-month extension on its deadline to pass new legislation on medical assistance in dying (MAID.) The government now has until until Feb. 26, 2021 to pass C-7, which expands access to MAID by removing the requirement that death be “reasonably foreseeable.” That requirement was struck down […]
The Hamilton police service (HPS) will soon be looking for a new top cop. Chief Eric Girt announced his retirement during the city’s police services board meeting on Thursday. Girt was appointed chief in May of 2016 and has been with the force for nearly 35 years. Read more: Chief Girt says he ‘looks forward’ […]
News Laurel V Williams 8 Minutes Ago A 65-year-old Penal man faced a Siparia magistrate on Wednesday charged with uttering a forged document with intent to deceive. The magistrate granted $25,000 bail to the accused, Winston Thomas, a release from police said on Thursday. Police said Penal police responded to a report of an accident […]