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1 dead after 2-vehicle collision in Etobicoke: Toronto police – Toronto

Toronto police say one person is dead after a two-vehicle crash in Etobicoke Wednesday evening. According to posts on the Toronto Police Service Twitter...

Seattle Kraken select Calgary Flames captain Mark Giordano in expansion draft

The Seattle Kraken have picked Calgary Flames captain Mark Giordano in Wednesday’s expansion draft. The 37-year-old defenceman has played his entire 15-season NHL career...

Some B.C. restaurants remove wild salmon from menu in response to declining stocks

The Naramata Inn in the Okanagan has temporarily removed wild salmon from its summer menu, a decision chef Ned Bell said he made in an effort to...

6.8 magnitude earthquake shakes Panama and Costa Rica

Although there were no immediate reports of injuries or damage, authorities said they have begun inspecting structures A powerful magnitude-6.8 earthquake shook Panama...

Saskatoon’s Foodtruck Wars Street Festival parks downtown as 7th edition returns – Saskatoon

The Foodtruck Wars Street Festival is coming back this summer to serve up a variety of culinary choices Saskatoon has to offer —...

Alberta justice minister calls for Criminal Code to allow pepper spray for self-defence

Alberta Justice Minister and Solicitor General Kaycee Madu wants the federal Criminal Code to be changed to allow people to carry pepper spray...

COVID-19: Saskatchewan’s vaccination rates slowing

“Just go get your shot.” It’s Cindy Ducherer’s message to anyone who hasn’t received their COVID-19 vaccine yet.“I’m nervous for my kids who aren’t...

Tenants of an apartment complex in Kingston’s midtown area say living conditions are “terrible” – Kingston

Tenants of an apartment complex on Van Order Drive run by Kingston Frontenac Housing Corporation (KFHC) say the quality of living conditions are...

The new athletic complex in Prescott is expected to cost 3 million more than expected

The new athletic complex in Prescott is one step closer to being built, despite the projected price being higher than expected. “We were hoping...

‘Vaccine certificates’ may speed up reopening, incentivize vaccination: Ontario science table

Ontario’s COVID-19 Science Advisory Table suggests “vaccine certificates” could speed up reopening in the province and may incentivize more people to get vaccinated. The...
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COVID-19 vaccine rules vary for B.C.’s first responders

While vaccine mandates are now going into force for many first responders in British Columbia, one of the province’s largest police forces is...

Albertans getting new digits with introduction of new area code in April

Come next April, you’ll start seeing a new area code for Alberta. Along with 403, 587, 780 and 825, new phone numbers will begin...