Live in a condo? Yes, your gym, pool (and other amenities) may still be closed as Ontario hits Step 3. Here’s why


Condo dwellers are frustrated with the pace at which some of their indoor building amenities seem to be opening up.
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Aphid poop is raining down from Regina trees, and it could ruin your car’s paint job
Hot, dry conditions, in addition to a ladybug shortage, have created perfect conditions for aphids to thrive this summer. Their sticky excrement is thriving too.
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Winnipeg to start mosquito control program to reduce West Nile Virus risk
The city of Winnipeg is starting a mosquito control program under provincial order to reduce the number of West Nile Virus mosquitoes.
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Alberta identifies 206 new COVID-19 cases Wednesday, no new coronavirus deaths
Alberta Health announced Wednesday that the province has identified 206 new COVID-19 cases since the day before.
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Delta variant doubling B.C. COVID cases every 7 to 10 days
The number of COVID-19 cases caused by the Delta variant is doubling every seven to 10 days in British Columbia, experts say.
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Trial of man accused in Marrisa Shen murder pushed back to 2022
The trial of the man accused in the high-profile 2017 murder of a Burnaby teen has been pushed back until early next year. In September 2018, Ibrahim Ali was charged with first-degree murder for the slaying of 13-year-old Marrisa Shen in Burnaby’s Central Park. A trial date was initially set for September 2020 but the […]
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‘Hard days ahead’: U.S. prepares for explosive wildfire growth amid hot, dry weather
More than 20,000 firefighters and support personnel were battling 97 large, active wildfires covering 7,560 square kilometres in 13 U.S. states.
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West Island/Off Island weekly community calendar
Contribute to the community calendar of the Gazette’s West Island/Off-Island section by email at wicomcal@postmedia.com.
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Walt Disney Animation opening studio in Vancouver
Film and television giant Walt Disney Animation Studios has announced the planned opening of a new studio in Vancouver set for January next year.
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Quebec ferry workers to strike on the weekend of Aug. 14
The Sorel, Quebec City, L'Isle-aux-Coudres and Matane crossings will be affected.
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Calgary police looking for suspect after arson of residential school memorial at city hall
On Aug. 3 just before 11:30 p.m., a security guard was monitoring CCTV and saw a man lighting the memorial and running away.
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REAL seeking 40-year lease extension; city council to look over YQR Distillery proposal
Regina Exhibition Association Limited (REAL) is wanting to sign a 40-year lease agreement with the city of Regina to remain as the operator of the Evraz Place grounds.
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Rosie DiManno: Canadians Damian Warner and Pierce LePage halfway to the podium after decathlon’s opening day
Their biggest challenge on Day 2 just might be the heat.
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Calgary Event Centre renderings show plaza, ‘ribbon’ design
Renderings for the new Calgary Event Centre were submitted to the City of Calgary as part of the development permit process.
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N.S. election: Gary Burrill talks social supports, health-care staffing in 1-on-1 interview
Global News’s Sarah Ritchie sat down with Burrill ahead of the 41st provincial election to talk social supports, health-care staffing, vaccines and policing.
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U.S. plans to require COVID-19 shots for foreign travellers
The Biden administration is taking the first steps toward requiring nearly all foreign visitors to the U.S. to be vaccinated for the coronavirus, a White House official said Wednesday.
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Hollywood North: Disney opening new animation studio in Vancouver
The first project for the Vancouver studio will be the highly-anticipated Moana series for Disney+
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Edmonton Elks ready to charge into 2021 CFL season after competitive training camp
There's been a lot of change for the Edmonton Elks over the past year and a half: a new name, a new look and a raft of new faces on the field.
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Blinker the Star brightens the summer with one of the 'best songs of 2021 (so far)'
Ex-Montrealer Jordon Zadorozny has attracted some high-profile attention from Esquire with his Eurythmics cover, ranking alongside the likes of Lorde, BTS and Justin Bieber.
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Driver accused of hitting tow truck, police cruiser in St. Catharines facing charges
Niagara police say the incident involving a stolen U-Haul truck happened after midnight in St. Catharines near Welland Avenue and Dorchester Boulevard.
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COVID-19 surging in B.C. as province reports 342 new cases, a two-month high
It was nearly double the 185 cases reported last Wednesday, and brought B.C.'s seven-day average for new cases up to 219.
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Winnipeg Blue Bombers will be missing three key players for season opener
Winnipeg Running Back Andrew Harris, Receiver Darvin Adams, and Linebacker Kyrie Wilson will all be sidelined for at least Week One of the CFL season.
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Calgary & Area Child Advocacy Centre reveals new name
The Calgary & Area Child Advocacy Centre, an organization that focuses on abuse intervention, unveiled its new name on Wednesday: Luna Child and Youth Advocacy Centre.
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Stand up and take a bow, Andre De Grasse
Image of the Week: Canada's 200-metre gold medallist, recumbent in glory The post Stand up and take a bow, Andre De Grasse appeared first on Macleans.ca.
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RCMP’s regional tactical team brought in to arrest wanted West Kelowna man
Police say the arrest happened along the 3000 block of Cougar Road in West Kelowna, with the man having several outstanding warrants.
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Dog dragged alongside moving car in Mississauga rescued by residents, police say
"Thank you to kind-hearted citizens that rescued this poor animal," an update on the Peel Regional Police Twitter account said.
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Selkirk cops seize meth, cocaine, fentanyl, weapons and more
Selkirk RCMP searched the Queen Avenue home and seized cocaine, meth, fentanyl, cannabis, 'purple down' and illicit pills.
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Hamilton school board chairs, elementary teachers union seek more from back-to-school plan
Education officials in Hamilton are hoping COVID-19 vaccination rates will increase before school begins. About 50 per cent of youth aged 12 to 17 in the city are fully vaccinated.
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Canada’s emergency brake is broken
Canada, it’s time for us to accept the truth, one so many of our communities have known for a long time: Politics are broken; the moral authority of our institutions is broken.
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Report prompted by Lexi Daken’s death into N.B. youth mental health services delayed
The release of a report on youth suicide prevention and mental health services in New Brunswick has been delayed until September.
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Shoulder injury relegates Eugenie Bouchard to TV broadcast studio
Westmount native's career has been on the wane since she reached the Wimbledon final and attained a career-high ranking of No. 5 in 2014.
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