The company that owns the Trans Mountain pipeline says it remains optimistic the pipeline could be restarted by the end of the week.
Highway 3 was one of the routes open to essential traffic only, along with Highway 99 and Highway 7 as repairs continue along major routes in the province.
Pootoogook’s cause of death is still under investigation. Homeless advocates suspect she froze to death, just like Raphaël André the Inuk man who died in Montreal last winter.
A 24-year-old male is facing several charges related to a Break and Enter investigation in the 3500 block of Albert Street.
Extra supplies of sanitizer, masks and disinfectant are being made available for free to non-health-care organizations like daycares, NGOs and food-service providers.
Unattended cooking is believed to the be the cause of a downtown Hamilton highrise fire Monday afternoon.
About 54,500 children will be eligible to receive the vaccine.
News symptoms KFL&A parents are being asked to look out for to stop the spread of COVID-19 include things like sore throat, runny noses and headaches.
Saskatchewan has reported one COVID-19 death along with 73 new COVID-19 infections and 121 more recoveries on Monday.
A red SUV raced through the Waukesha, Wisc. Christmas parade, killing five people and injuring 48 others marching down the city’s main street.
Across Wellington-Dufferin-Guelph, there are three confirmed COVID-19 cases being treated in a hospital, including one in intensive care.
Since March 2020, Manitoba has reported 66,826 lab-confirmed COVID-19 cases and 1,292 deaths linked to the virus.
A grassroots heritage group is appealing a recent Ontario Land Tribunal decision to allow two high-rises in Kingston’s downtown core.
After one of their worst seasons in decades, the Edmonton Elks board has fired president and CEO Chris Presson, general manager Brock Sunderland and head coach Jaime Elizondo.
For the week of Nov. 7 to 13, there were 227 new cases diagnosed in the Central Okanagan, which is a 20 per cent rise from the 181 cases reported a week earlier.
UN-appointed independent human rights experts urged the Chinese authorities on Monday to release on humanitarian grounds, imprisoned citizen journalist and human rights defender, Zhang Zhan. Read the full story, “Immediately release sick Chinese journalist, rights experts urge”, on globalissues.org →
An inundated library, a cubicle filled with muddy flood water and a few people moving about in ankle-deep water were seen in visuals from a premier research institute in Bengaluru.
Peterborough Public Health is reporting that active COVID-19 cases jumped nearly 60 per cent over the weekend, according to data released Monday.
Waterloo Region says the province has informed it two shipments of Pfizer vaccine for children will soon be arriving in the area and a vaccination push will begin thereafter.
The Sexual Assault Nurse Examiner (SANE) program provides a safe space for survivors of domestic violence and sexual assault to get the treatment and care they need.