Kelowna reviewing snow clearing rules in wake of Supreme Court slip-and-fall decision
Municipalities across Canada will be taking a closer look at snow removal policies in the wake of a Supreme Court decision citing liability for injuries suffered on civic property.
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Record number of humpback calves spotted in Salish Sea and ‘surprised’ researchers wonder why
Nearly double the number humpback whale calves were born in 2021 than in 2020, say local researchers and conservationists.
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Are the gloves off? Emboldened by a majority, the B.C. premier is more scrappy, but some laud slow, steady progress on priorities
Emboldened by a majority, the B.C. premier is more scrappy, but some laud slow, but steady progress on priorities
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Inner city development in Hamilton is the ‘right kind of growth for the times’: mayor
Fred Eisenberger told Global News "saying no to an urban boundary expansion is not saying no to growth, it's just saying no to growth in the sprawl sense."
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COVID rapid test kits available in Regina
The Regina & District Chamber of Commerce received more than 4,000 COVID-19 rapid test kits on Thursday afternoon and started distributing them to the public Friday morning.
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Human rights adjudicator can’t decide workplace discrimination complaint: top court
The decision is likely to help clarify the appropriate venue for settling specific workplace grievances across the country when there is a question of which statute applies.
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Château Westmount staff receive National Assembly Medal of Honour for work during pandemic
During the 49-day outbreak, staff refused to abandon the residents. They took on double and triple shifts, worked seven days a week and gladly accepted overtime.
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Starting Monday, Alberta’s vaccine passport requires 2 doses of COVID-19 vaccine
As of Friday, there were 10,037 active COVID-19 cases in Alberta.
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Stu Cowan: Canadiens reduced to shell of team that reached Cup final
The loss of No. 1 goalie Price, captain Weber, top centre Danault and veteran leader Perry among others leaves Habs in a bad place.
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Rockets Report: Colton Dach trade paying off for Kelowna
'I believe a lot in myself, I am going to continue to do my best night in, night out,' Colton Dach said.
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9-year-old girl targeted in attempted abduction: Regina police
According to police, the girl was able to push away and run to school to report the incident; there was a red truck nearby, left running with the door open.
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A 1920s Point Grey home is transformed with an airy, open plan
Vancouver's Madeleine Design Group gives this residence a fresh perspective — and a dramatic new rooftop deck
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Undercover officer says Calgary murder suspect Robert Leeming led them to site where mother, daughter were buried
Robert Leeming, 36, has pleaded guilty to second-degree murder in the death of Jasmine Lovett and not guilty to second-degree murder in the death of 22-month-old Aliyah Sanderson.
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Former premier Filmon releases new book about time in Manitoba’s top job
Gary Filmon, who sat in Manitoba's top chair from 1988 to 1999, says his new book, Yes We Did: Leading in Turbulent Times is an inside look at some of the era's biggest stories.
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Michelle Ferreri sworn in as MP for Peterborough-Kawartha
Michelle Ferreri garnered 39 per cent of the vote to earn the position as MP for the riding of Peterborough-Kawartha in the federal election on Sept. 20.
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COVID-19: More Manitoba health-care workers take unpaid leave, some home care services disrupted
The shortage of workers has led to a disruption in services for some home care clients in Winkler.
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Family of teen shot dead at TV star’s Ontario estate demands answers, seeks damages
"There needs to be accountability. One needs to take responsibility and ownership. And the truth needs to be told."
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Montreal real estate broker fined $20,000 for breaching ethics code
Real estate broker Joseph Montanaro pleaded guilty to having someone else complete mandatory training in his place.
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Halifax politician shares his homelessness story to spur action and address the issue
Liberal MLA and former cabinet minister Brendan Maguire shared his story of being homeless at Province House with the hope to spur government action to address the issue.
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Preserving old-growth forests could involve 'big, big money' in one analyst's estimate
Premier John Horgan has promised action to protect more old-growth forests, but ending all old-growth logging could come with a billion-dollar tab.
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COVID-19: 13 more cases, 1 additional death confirmed in Simcoe Muskoka
Meanwhile, 75.9 per cent of the region’s population has received one dose of a COVID-19 vaccine, while 72 per cent has received both necessary doses.
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Pregnant women more likely to be hospitalized from COVID-19; health officials urge vaccinations
COVID-19 infections have also shown to have impacts on the pregnancy itself and increase the risk of premature labour, requiring a caesarian birth and having a still-birth.
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Hickey on hockey: Canadiens made it easy for Kotkaniemi to leave
Sitting the Finn during the playoffs and not signing him before he was available for an offer sheet set in motion his departure for Carolina.
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Mom who smothered eight-year-old daughter loses appeal of murder conviction
A Surrey mom who smothered her eight-year-old daughter has lost her appeal of her conviction for second-degree murder.
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First Nations group calls for law review after floatplane crashes in Tofino, B.C.
The Nuu-chah-nulth Tribal Council is calling for federal action after a second floatplane crash in Tofino, B.C. in the span of three months.
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70-year-old man fatally injured in Regina hit and run
Police found the 70-year-old man lying injured on the ground.
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Quebec COVID-19 long-haulers call for treatment and support
Early statistics from the U.K. show that about 10 per cent of COVID cases lead to long-term symptoms. For many long-haulers, it could be years before they return to health.
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The NBA 75 team: Biggest snubs, surprises and ranking best players ever
The NBA unveiled the 75th Anniversary Team. The Crossover staff reacts to the list.
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Do you know her? VPD looking for suspect who threw hot coffee at Tim Horton's employee
Visintin said the employee was not seriously injured but investigators are working to determine if hate, prejudice or bias played a role in the alleged assault.
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Dallas Smith, Tenille Arts, Tim Hicks among acts to perform at 2021 CCMA Awards in London
The awards show, one of the first major events to be held in the city since the start of the COVID-19 pandemic last year, will take place at London's Budweiser Gardens on Nov. 29.
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Vancouver police seek woman seen throwing hot coffee at Tim Hortons employee in video
Security video shows a female worker handing the suspect a cup of coffee. The suspect can then be seen removing the lid, then throwing the content of the cup at the employee.
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CHSLD Château Westmount honoured for resilience during pandemic
MNA Jennifer Maccarone presented teary-eyed staff with the Medal of the National Assembly to recognize their unwavering devotion to residents.
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