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Coronavirus: City of Toronto to begin vaccinating those using homeless shelters

Coronavirus: City of Toronto to begin vaccinating those using homeless shelters

The City of Toronto says COVID-19 vaccines will start to be administered to those experiencing homelessness in the City’s shelter system this week.

by travkinb | 3 months ago

Man dead after fire at multi-unit residence in Gatineau

Man dead after fire at multi-unit residence in Gatineau

60 firefighters spent 7 hours fighting blaze

by travkinb | 3 months ago

Woman in Mississauga sustains serious injuries after being struck by vehicle

Woman in Mississauga sustains serious injuries after being struck by vehicle

Incident occurred near Confederation Parkway and Huntington Ridge Drive

by travkinb | 3 months ago

Victoria synagogue receives B.C. exemption to restart indoor, in-person services

Victoria synagogue receives B.C. exemption to restart indoor, in-person services

Victoria synagogue says it has received government approval to restart limited in-person services due to specific religious needs.

by travkinb | 3 months ago

Two teens recovering from stab wounds after 'dispute' behind Abbotsford recreation centre

Two teens recovering from stab wounds after 'dispute' behind Abbotsford recreation centre

Police tape sections off an area behind the Abbotsford Recreation Centre after a double stabbing incident on Feb. 27, 2021 in Abbotsford B.C.

by travkinb | 3 months ago

Quebec reports 737 COVID-19 cases, nine deaths as vaccination set to ramp up

Quebec reports 737 COVID-19 cases, nine deaths as vaccination set to ramp up

Quebec is reporting 737 new cases of COVID-19 and nine additional deaths due to the pandemic on the eve of a ramp-up in the province’s mass vaccination plan.

by travkinb | 3 months ago

Winnipeg ticket holders are lucky Lotto Max Maxmillions winners

Winnipeg ticket holders are lucky Lotto Max Maxmillions winners

A couple of lucky Winnipeg ticket holders had reason to smile following Friday night’s Lotto Max draw.

by travkinb | 3 months ago

Gyms eagerly await potential Monday reopening as Alberta logs 415 COVID-19 cases

Gyms eagerly await potential Monday reopening as Alberta logs 415 COVID-19 cases

Alberta's cabinet committee on COVID-19 will meet Monday to discuss moving into the second stage.

by travkinb | 3 months ago

'HISTORICAL ISSUES': Group protests outside 2 Toronto LTC homes

'HISTORICAL ISSUES': Group protests outside 2 Toronto LTC homes

The rallies were organized by Warrior Advocacy Crusade outside Kennedy Lodge in Scarborough and L'Chaim Retirement Home in North York

by travkinb | 3 months ago

Canada's pipeline regulator says it's taking a stand against systemic racism

Canada's pipeline regulator says it's taking a stand against systemic racism

The Canada Energy Regulator says it is committed to reconciliation with Indigenous communities

by travkinb | 3 months ago

Canadian News Stories

Coronavirus: City of Toronto to begin vaccinating those using homeless shelters

Coronavirus: City of Toronto to begin vaccinating those using homeless shelters

The City of Toronto says COVID-19 vaccines will start to be administered to those experiencing homelessness in the City’s shelter system this week.

by travkinb | 3 months ago

Man dead after fire at multi-unit residence in Gatineau

Man dead after fire at multi-unit residence in Gatineau

60 firefighters spent 7 hours fighting blaze

by travkinb | 3 months ago

Woman in Mississauga sustains serious injuries after being struck by vehicle

Woman in Mississauga sustains serious injuries after being struck by vehicle

Incident occurred near Confederation Parkway and Huntington Ridge Drive

by travkinb | 3 months ago

Victoria synagogue receives B.C. exemption to restart indoor, in-person services

Victoria synagogue receives B.C. exemption to restart indoor, in-person services

Victoria synagogue says it has received government approval to restart limited in-person services due to specific religious needs.

by travkinb | 3 months ago

Two teens recovering from stab wounds after 'dispute' behind Abbotsford recreation centre

Two teens recovering from stab wounds after 'dispute' behind Abbotsford recreation centre

Police tape sections off an area behind the Abbotsford Recreation Centre after a double stabbing incident on Feb. 27, 2021 in Abbotsford B.C.

by travkinb | 3 months ago

Quebec reports 737 COVID-19 cases, nine deaths as vaccination set to ramp up

Quebec reports 737 COVID-19 cases, nine deaths as vaccination set to ramp up

Quebec is reporting 737 new cases of COVID-19 and nine additional deaths due to the pandemic on the eve of a ramp-up in the province’s mass vaccination plan.

by travkinb | 3 months ago

Winnipeg ticket holders are lucky Lotto Max Maxmillions winners

Winnipeg ticket holders are lucky Lotto Max Maxmillions winners

A couple of lucky Winnipeg ticket holders had reason to smile following Friday night’s Lotto Max draw.

by travkinb | 3 months ago

Gyms eagerly await potential Monday reopening as Alberta logs 415 COVID-19 cases

Gyms eagerly await potential Monday reopening as Alberta logs 415 COVID-19 cases

Alberta's cabinet committee on COVID-19 will meet Monday to discuss moving into the second stage.

by travkinb | 3 months ago

'HISTORICAL ISSUES': Group protests outside 2 Toronto LTC homes

'HISTORICAL ISSUES': Group protests outside 2 Toronto LTC homes

The rallies were organized by Warrior Advocacy Crusade outside Kennedy Lodge in Scarborough and L'Chaim Retirement Home in North York

by travkinb | 3 months ago

Canada's pipeline regulator says it's taking a stand against systemic racism

Canada's pipeline regulator says it's taking a stand against systemic racism

The Canada Energy Regulator says it is committed to reconciliation with Indigenous communities

by travkinb | 3 months ago