Day: April 19, 2022

Uber Canada will ditch mask mandate on Friday, except in Quebec

Uber Canada will on Friday no longer require drivers or passengers to wear masks during rides in most of the country, though the ride-sharing company says it “still strongly” recommends them. The decision, ending a policy in place since May 2020, was made to reflect changing public health guidelines, the company said Tuesday. Ontario and British Columbia ended […]

Photos of the day

News Roger Jacob 3 Hrs Ago Mother’s Love, Melissa Oliver expressed to Newsday, how happy she felt to have her daughter Ruby, nine year old standard three pupil of Sacred Heart Girls’ R. C. School out of the house on Tuesday. Photo by Jeff Mayers Newsday photographers captured some of these images reflecting the past […]

‘Mama Let Him Play’: Rocker and Canadian music veteran Jerry Doucette dies at 70 in Delta, B.C.

Vancouver guitarist and singer Jerry Doucette died at age 70 on Monday. The Juno-winning rocker behind the 1977 hit single Mama Let Him Play died surrounded by family after a battle with cancer, his son said. Fellow Vancouver musician Dalannah Gail Bowen was one of Doucette’s live backup singers in the 1970s. “I was a Doucette girl,” she […]

Ottawa man’s mysterious tax bill may shine light on ‘synthetic identity fraud’

An Ottawa man who filed his taxes early has discovered more than one nasty surprise. Not only does Enrique Rosado owe much more than he thought, his bill shows the 65-year-old has probably been targeted in what experts call a complicated “synthetic identity” scam.  His problems began in late March when he received a reassessment notice from the […]

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