Smoky conditions from Sask. fires mean air quality statement for southern Manitoba

Environment Canada has issued an air quality statement for southern Manitoba on Friday morning, after smoke from Saskatchewan wildfires is affecting large areas of the province.
Read full article on: globalnews.ca
Chainsaw wielding man arrested in Summerland: RCMP
A man wielding a chainsaw inside a gas station in Summerland, B.C., was arrested after an hour-long standoff with police Friday. It ended when the chainsaw ran out of gas.
8 m
Global News | Latest & Current News -...
COVID-19: London and Middlesex adds 19 new cases, 11 recoveries Sunday
The Middlesex-London Health Unit reported 19 new COVID-19 cases and 11 recoveries on Sunday. In total, there have been 14,401 cases and 14,029 recoveries to date.
Global News | Latest & Current News -...
Fintech credit credit space is growing. Here’s what you should know
On the personal credit card side, companies like Brim and Neo are trying to lure customers with promises of more seamless, app-based digital experience.
Global News | Latest & Current News -...
Winnipeg traffic rerouted as crews tackle Main Street fire
A section of Main Street near Winnipeg's downtown area has been closed in both directions as crews battle a working fire in the 800 block.
Global News | Latest & Current News -...
Guns on set. Why do it? Alec Baldwin fatal shooting spurs call to ban guns
Why are real guns ever used on set, when computers can create gunshots in post-production? Isn't even the smallest risk unacceptable?
Global News | Latest & Current News -...
Jack Todd: Overdue win gives Habs faithful something to cheer about
Have the Montreal Canadiens ever been in more desperate need of a win?
Montreal Latest News, Breaking Headlines...
Buying a condo in Langford? B.C. city offers down-payment help for first-time buyers
New program uses some of the fees the Vancouver Island city charges developers to help 250 buyers who are qualified to purchase a condo valued at $450,000 or less
Vancouver News, Top Stories, Breaking...
Daphne Bramham: Few quick thoughts on China, Armed Forces, Petain and progressive Alberta
Opinion: A few quick thoughts about everything from Canada's China reset to white men rule to how Alberta is more progressive than B.C.
Vancouver News, Top Stories, Breaking...
No risk of early pregnancy loss from COVID-19 vaccination, study finds
There is no correlation between risk of miscarriages in the first trimester and receiving the Pfizer-BioNTech, Moderna or AstraZeneca COVID-19 vaccines, according to a new study.
1 h
CTV News | Top Stories - Breaking News -...
Quebec reports 429 new COVID-19 cases, 266 in people inadequately vaccinated
In addition to 429 new cases reported Sunday, Quebec health officials also reported two more COVID-19-related deaths.
1 h
Global News | Latest & Current News -...
Body of man discovered in wooded area near Mayfield, N.B.
An autopsy has been scheduled to identify the man.
1 h
Global News | Latest & Current News -...
Lachine Rapids where Montreal firefighter died have a long, dangerous history
Pierre Lacroix was one of four firefighters who were on a boat that capsized last Sunday night while trying to help another boat in distress.
1 h
Global News | Latest & Current News -...
The West Block – Episode 50, Season 10
Watch the full episode of The West Block with host Mike Le Couteur – Oct 24, 2021.
1 h
Global News | Latest & Current News -...
Ontario reporting 370 new COVID-19 cases, one death, and 1.2 per cent positivity
Ontario has administered 19,285 vaccine doses since its last daily update.
2 h
thestar.com | Toronto Star | Canada's...
COP26: McKenna says she has doubts world will hit Paris climate targets
COP26 meetings take place starting this weekend in Scotland in what has been dubbed "the world’s last best chance" to stop global warming from hitting dangerous levels.
2 h
Global News | Latest & Current News -...
Marystown area in Newfoundland working hard to contain COVID-19 outbreak: mayor
Mayor Brian Keating says there is "an anticipation of more positives as contact tracing is ongoing" in Marystown.
2 h
Global News | Latest & Current News -...
Hospitalizations drop again as Quebec reports 429 new COVID-19 cases
Two more deaths have been attributed to the virus.
2 h
Montreal Latest News, Breaking Headlines...
Montreal protesters urge Quebec government to allow dance floors to reopen
Quebec and British Columbia are the only two provinces that continue to ban dancing in bars and nightclubs as part of their COVID-19 regulations.
2 h
Global News | Latest & Current News -...
Residents of Ontario project that gives homeless tiny cabins describe what community is like
The residents of A Better Tent City have an independent home, meals on site and access to washrooms and laundry facilities.
2 h
Global News | Latest & Current News -...
Feds focusing on COVID-19 benefits that ‘incentivize work,’ says Qualtrough
The new measures are aimed at replacing the Canada Emergency Wage Subsidy and the Canada Emergency Rent Subsidy, which expired on Saturday.
2 h
Global News | Latest & Current News -...
Rare Paul Kane painting highlight of Heffel auction
Eighty paintings in Heffel auction have an estimate of $12 million to $17 million.
2 h
Vancouver News, Top Stories, Breaking...
‘It’s way less lonely’: Inside an Ontario program where homeless individuals now have homes
"A Better Tent City" is a citizen-led project where 50 people who previously lived on the streets get an independent home.
2 h
Global News | Latest & Current News -...
London, Ont. to see 30-50 mm of rain by Monday night: Environment Canada
Meteorologists have issued a special weather statement for London, Ont., and nearby regions including Strathroy, Parkhill and Komoka.
2 h
Global News | Latest & Current News -...
Don’t send migrants back to Libya and ‘inhumane’ camps, Pope pleads with officials
Francis also waded into a political debate in Europe, calling on the international community to find concrete ways to manage the "migratory flows" in the Mediterranean.
3 h
Global News | Latest & Current News -...
Ontario reports 370 COVID-19 cases, 1 death
In Ontario, nearly 87.9 per cent of people aged 12-plus have received at least one vaccine dose and more than 83.8 per cent are fully vaccinated.
3 h
Global News | Latest & Current News -...