22
Sep
2021
Posted by: In: Canada, canada election, Canada election 2021, canada election explained, Commentary, election 2021, election in Canada, Federal Election, Federal election Canada, Kevin Vuong, Ousted Liberal candidate wins riding, Politics

COMMENTARY: Candidate dropped by Liberals who still won riding should resign before taking seat – National

From the most unwanted election in Canadian history emerged its most unwanted winner. In the Toronto riding of Spadina—Fort York, voters elected the disavowed Liberal candidate Kevin Vuong as their new member of Parliament on Monday night. But many thousands of his supporters wouldn’t have known the party had…
17
Sep
2021
Posted by: In: Canada, Consumer, downtown Peterborough, Education, Entertainment, Features, news, Peterborough, Shop local, Student Activities, things to do, Tourism, Trent University

Trent University students can explore Peterborough (and win prizes) by playing bingo – Peterborough

Trent University students are being encouraged to play a round of bingo, but this game has a bit of a twist. Each square on the recently launched “Discover Peterborough” bingo card directs participants to a location on campus or in Peterborough’s downtown. “It’s an opportunity for Trent University students…
14
Sep
2021
Posted by: In: alfie smith, cat n fiddle, cat n fiddle pub, cat'n'fiddle pub, Entertainment, Hamilton, hamilton music, hamilton music scene, Hamilton news, live music hamilton, news, suzanne keast

‘Felt like playing home’: Iconic downtown Hamilton pub and music venue closing after 28 years – Hamilton

An iconic part of downtown Hamilton’s music scene is closing its doors after 28 years. Last week, the Cat’N’Fiddle pub at the corner of Augusta and John streets announced on social media that it would be permanently closing on Oct. 2. “We hope that we have provided a venue…
13
Sep
2021
Posted by: In: Bike To Work, Bike to work day returns in Winnipeg, Bike to work week Winnipeg, Canada, Cycling, gift bags, Health, news, pit stops

Bike to work day returns in Winnipeg – Winnipeg

Bike Week Winnipeg says Bike to Work Day was back Monday. This was the organization’s first fall event since COVID-19 hit a year ago and it featured 14 pit stops including the annual all-day stop at The Forks. “Bike to Work Day has been a staple in our community…
09
Sep
2021
Posted by: In: Canada, Economy, Paper Excellence, Paper Excellence Pulp Mill Prince Albert, Paper Excellend Pulp Mill, Prince Albert, prince albert news, Prince Albert Pulp Mill, Prince Albert Saskatchewan, pulp and paper mill, Pulp Mill, Saskatchewan News

Prince Albert, Sask. pulp mill receives timber allocation for restart

A pulp mill in Prince Albert has taken another step toward restarting operations after the Saskatchewan government approved timber allocations to the mill on Thursday. Paper Excellence said the decision by the government is critical to the restart of the mill. “Paper Excellence is pleased to have secured the…
02
Sep
2021
Posted by: In: Curabitur

Diverse Conversations: Wisdom from Professional Coaches Summit

Do you still dream about how you want to show up in the world? All the things you want to do…..achieve and more? I sure do! It’s how I shifted from being a criminologist working as a leader in mental health care in Canada for over 25 years to…
27
Aug
2021
Posted by: In: Business, Economy, Indigenous, Indigenous-owned business, Kahkewistahaw First Nation, Kihew Fabco, Melville, news, Reconciliation, Saskatchewan, Saskatchewan News, steel fabrication enterprise, Truth and Reconciliation

Saskatchewan Indigenous-owned business aims towards reconciliation

A newly-launched Indigenous-owned business has officially opened its doors for a grand opening ceremony. Kihew Fabco is a steel fabrication enterprise that is owned half by Kahkewistahaw First Nation and band member, Desmond Dumais. Dumais said partnering with his home community means a lot to him as they want…
26
Aug
2021
Posted by: In: bc coronavirus, bc covid, bc covid update, bonnie henry update, COVID, COVID-19, covid-19 bc, COVID-BC, Health

Some B.C. businesses vow to defy province’s vaccine passport system

Just days after British Columbia announced plans to require a proof of COVID-19 vaccination to access certain non-essential services and activities, some businesses are already vowing to defy the mandate. “We just don’t want to be the ones to enforce something where people feel like their privacy rights are…
25
Aug
2021
Posted by: In: Crime, Durham Regional Police, Fire Pickering, House fire in Pickering, Pickering Arson, Pickering Crime, Pickering Fire, Pickering house fire, Secord Street fire, Secord Street Pickering, Secord Street Pickering Fire

Pickering woman charged with arson, mischief after vehicle driven into garage and fire guts home

A 37-year-old Pickering woman is facing arson- and mischief-related charges after Durham Regional Police say a vehicle was rammed into a garage and a fire quickly spread to the home. Adam West, a kitchen contractor working on Secord Street in Pickering’s west end close to the Rouge River, told…
25
Aug
2021
Posted by: In: Coronavirus, COVID, COVID-19, dr. elizabeth richardson, Dr. Peter Juni, Dr. Timothy Sly, Hamilton, hamilton COVID-19 cases, Hamilton news, Hamilton Public Health, Health, news, outbreak in hamilton, Sizzle, sizzle night club

Hamilton reports 59 new COVID-19 cases, city averaging 64 cases a day in the last week – Hamilton

Hamilton is now seeing almost five times as many new COVID-19 cases reported to public health compared to a month ago, according to the latest data from the city. On Wednesday, another 59 new infections were disclosed day over day which is 47 more than the 12 reported on…