Why is the best part of Earl Bales Park marked as ‘private property’?


The area surrounding the ski hill is bristling with signs saying it is off-limits, with no trespassing allowed.
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City to address racism in Winnipeg with Anti-Racism Week March 21-27
Anti-Racism Week, March 21 to 27, intends to generate conversation around the topic of 'What would Winnipeg look like without racism?'
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No maple syrup festival this spring at Westfield Heritage Village due to pandemic
It's the second event cancellation involving the Hamilton Conservation Authority in as many weeks. Last Tuesday, it cancelled the Christie Antique and Vintage Show for this year.
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Cemetery worker dies after being buried alive in open grave
Rescue crews and the victim's colleagues were not fast enough to save him from the collapse.
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Guelph man blows his nose on officer’s leg during arrest: police
Guelph police say officers had to use a stun gun on the suspect while making an arrest at an apartment building.
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OPP officer cleared in Ottawa River drowning death: SIU
An OPP officer was cleared of any wrongdoing by the province's police watchdog in the drowning death of an Ottawa-area man last August.
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Ontario provides additional $3.48M transit funding to Peterborough city, county
The funding is part of the province's $150 million in additional funding announced Monday to help municipal transit systems.
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Brian Pallister to discuss economic review of Manitoba Hydro mega projects
Brian Pallister and Jeff Wharton have scheduled an 11 a.m. press conference. Global News will stream the event live here.
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Police issue warning after fake money found on street of small southern Ontario town
Provincial police in Norfolk County issued a warning to area businesses after a large amount of counterfeit money was found on the street in Simcoe on Friday.
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Whiteouts, damaging winds predicted for Barrie, Midland areas
Environment Canada said 15 to 25 centimetres of snow is expected locally Monday.
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Quebec reports 613 new coronavirus cases, 6 additional deaths
Quebec is reporting 613 new cases and six additional deaths linked to the novel coronavirus Monday.
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Defibrillators will soon be available in every Montreal metro station
In Montreal, all 68 metro stations spanning the city will soon have defibrillators readily available to the public in the event of medical emergencies.
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Quebec reports lowest increase in months with 613 new COVID-19 cases as mass vaccinations begin
The province also reported six new deaths due to coronavirus. Of those, one occurred in the last 24 hours, three between Feb. 22 and 27, and two happened before that period.
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London Fire rescue woman from Thames River Sunday
The ice and water conditions this time of year can be hazardous, as the temperature warms, with the Thames Valley Conversation Authority issuing a warning late last week.
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B.C. churches in court to challenge local health orders amid COVID-19 pandemic
A legal advocacy group challenging British Columbia's COVID-19 restrictions on worship services and public protests is scheduled to be in court today to argue its case.
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COVID-19: Gitxsan school near Hazelton closed for one week
Gitanmaax Band Council has ordered the closure of Majagaleehl Gali Aks Elementary School
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COVID-19 live updates: Quebec reports 613 new cases as vaccination drive kicks off
This is the fewest infections announced in a day since late September.
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Directive based on 'buttergate' claims could cost dairy farmers, say experts
Experts say that a new directive issued in response to the controversy known as 'buttergate' could make it hard for dairy farmers to keep up with consumer demand for the staple ingredient.
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Decision expected Monday on whether Alberta will further ease COVID-19 restrictions
Last week, Alberta's chief medical officer of health said March 1 would be the soonest the province would move into Step 2 of its path forward relaunch plan.
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Clare’s Law in Saskatchewan used handful of times; RCMP review their role
Saskatchewan, which has struggled with some of the highest rates of domestic violence per capita in the country, was the first in Canada to adopt ‘Clare's Law.’
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Nova Scotia vaccination booking website out of commission on first day
The immunization booking service, CanImmunize, is currently investigating the cause of the slowdown.
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Florida golfer drowns while searching pond for his golf ball
The 74-year-old was known to search the course for lost golf balls.
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St. Thomas firefighters extinguish Format Industry fire on Sunday night
St. Thomas Fire responded to a fire that broke out in the ductwork at the Format Industry auto parts manufacturing plant Sunday night.
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Canadians Can Expect A Mild Spring Across The Country: Weather Network
Canadians across the country can look forward to a mild spring peppered with the odd winter flashback throughout the first part of the season, according to predictions from one prominent national forecaster.Chris Scott, chief meteorologist with The Weather Network, said Canadians can count on some sunny days to put a bounce in their step after a long winter.“There’s going to be some challenges. We’re not out of the woods for winter, but we’ve certainly put the worst behind us and there’s some really nice days ahead,” said Scott, adding that people should get out and enjoy the sunshine when the daily forecast calls for it.The Weather Network predicts that March will bring extended tastes of early spring to Ontario and Quebec after a particularly wintry February. But Scott said the two provinces should brace for a period of colder weather in mid-spring before more consistent warmth sets in.The Weather Network is forecasting a slower than average start to spring in British Columbia, with lower-than-average temperatures in the offing for the first half of the season.An above-normal snowpack will make for excellent skiing conditions but also a heightened risk for spring flooding when warm weather finally arrives, Scott said.The Weather Network’s outlook suggests March will be dramatically warmer through the Prairies, but indicates western parts of the region will struggle to reach consistently mild temperatures. The network said it’s concerned that drought conditions south of the border could become more widespread and affect southern parts of the region by the start of the growing season.Scott predicted temperatures exceeding seasonal norms in Atlantic Canada, but said the region is still at risk for high-impact, late-winter storms. There’s going to be good days (for outdoor activities) in every part of the country, you’re just going to have to pick your battles.Chris Scott, The Weather NetworkIn Northern Canada, colder than normal spring temperatures are expected for southern Yukon, while eastern Nunavut will be warmer than usual.“There’s going to be good days (for outdoor activities) in every part of the country, you’re just going to have to pick your battles,” Scott said.The meteorologist did have good news for most of Canada’s largest river valleys, predicting they would be spared disastrous floods in the months ahead.Scott said the Red River Valley in Manitoba, the Ottawa and St. Lawrence valleys in Ontario and Quebec, as well as the Saint John River valley in New Brunswick likely won’t have to contend with dangerously high water levels in March and April.“That’s because we don’t have the tremendous snowpacks that are the antecedent condition that you need to get really severe spring flooding,” said Scott. “That’s really good news in places, especially in Eastern Canada, that have been hit with floods.”This report by The Canadian Press was first published March 1, 2021.Earlier on HuffPost: READ MOREA Debate Is Raging Online About Which Province Is The ‘Florida’ Of CanadaCanadians Offer Texans Advice On Surviving Frigid TemperaturesThe Polar Vortex Just Shattered Cold-Weather Records
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Coronavirus: Latest developments in the Greater Toronto Area on March 1
Here are the latest developments on the coronavirus pandemic in the Greater Toronto Area for Monday.
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4 stunt driving charges laid on Hwy. 115 in Peterborough County; 1 charge in Kawartha Lakes
The average speed among the four accused drivers on the highway was 156 km/h where the posted speed limit is 100 km/h.
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‘Intense snow squall’ watch in effect for Ottawa: Environment Canada
Winter's not done with Ottawa yet as the city braces for snow squalls Monday afternoon. Environment Canada warns the forecasted snow will greatly reduce visibility.
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N.B. teen's death exposes shortcomings of public mental health supports in Canada
The death by suicide of a New Brunswick teen who unsuccessfully sought help at a hospital highlights the lack of coordinated mental health supports available to Canadians, says a youth mental health advocate.
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Border crossings steady for Saskatchewan truckers through pandemic
March 21 will mark a full year since the federal government closed down non-essential travel across land-based border crossings, in the hopes of curbing the spread of COVID-19.
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Pent up demand for COVID-19 vaccinations means busy weekend for Hamilton hotline
Margaret Bosnyak spent the weekend trying to get through to the hotline to make an appointment for her 85-year-old husband, and will continue trying on Monday morning.
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SIU investigates weekend fatal crash on County Road 18 near Roseneath
A man was pronounced deceased following a crash on County Road 18 on Saturday night.
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Guelph area, Waterloo Region are in for a windy Monday afternoon: Environment Canada
Environment Canada says the strong winds on Monday in Guelph and Waterloo Region may throw loose objects, cause tree branches to break and damage property.
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Townhouse fire deemed suspicious, damage pegged at $1M: London police
London police also say that damage is now estimated at $1 million, up from an earlier estimate from the fire department of $400,000.
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Saudi crown prince ‘should be punished without delay,’ Khashoggi fiancée says
A U.S. intelligence report on Friday found the prince had approved the killing, and Washington imposed sanctions on some of those involved -- but not Prince Mohammed himself.
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How private is your data on messaging apps?
Messaging apps have been a handy way to stay in touch with family, friends and co-workers, especially given the ongoing pandemic. But there are serious privacy concerns associated with many of these apps.
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Calgary firefighters take on large flames, thick smoke at Woodlands fire
Firefighters were called to a multi-family complex in the 500 block of Woodridge Terrace Southwest at around 8:30 p.m.
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Premier Horgan to present details of B.C.'s COVID-19 mass immunization plan
B.C. is expected to launch Phase 1 by the end of February, covering seniors over 80 living at home and Indigenous seniors over 65.
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