13
Jun
2021
Posted by: In: Canada, Economy, Global News, Kingston, Kingston Accommodation Partners, news, Ontario, Phase 1, Spas

Kingston-area spas say they can safely reopen despite phase 1 exclusion – Kingston

We may only be a few days into the province’s re-opening plan, but already there are calls for some amendments. The Kingston Accommodation Partners and area spas believe they too should be allowed to offer their services from an outdoor patio. “Let’s look at other kinds of businesses that…
23
May
2021
Posted by: In: BC Trespass Act, central okanagan, Community Safety, gangsters, Inadmissible Patron Policy, Kelowna, Kelowna RCMP, news, Organized Crime, Removing gangsters from businesses

Program that allows gangsters to be removed from Kelowna bars and restaurants returns – Okanagan

Kelowna RCMP will be operating its Inadmissible Patron Policy (IPP) program for the 8th year in a row this summer. The program began eight years ago and according to police, has been extremely successful in ensuring community safety from organized criminal elements. Read more: Surrey Bar Watch-style program ‘better…
18
May
2021
Posted by: In: Box Lacrosse, COVID, COVID-19, Lacrosse, Lacrosse Canada, Major Series Lacrosse, Mann Cup, MSL, news, Sports, Western Lacrosse Association, WLA

COVID-19: For second year, MSL and WLA cancel box lacrosse seasons, Mann Cup championship

The ongoing impacts of the COVID-19 pandemic have prompted both Major Series Lacrosse in Ontario and the Western Lacrosse Association in British Columbia to cancel their respective seasons for the second-straight year. That also means the cancellation of the Mann Cup, the national senior men’s box lacrosse championship that…
15
Apr
2021
Posted by: In: Canada, City Centre Core Framework, City of Regina, news, Real, Regina City Council, Regina Downtown Business Improvement District, Regina Exhibition Association Limited, Regina News, Regina Warehouse District, Taylor Field, The Yards

City council approves framework agreement aimed at strengthening Regina core

Regina city council approved the City Centre Core Framework on Wednesday — an agreement between the city administration, Regina Exhibition Association Ltd., the Regina Downtown Business Improvement District, and the Regina Warehouse District aimed at strengthening the downtown core. It allows for collective collaboration when it comes to future…
28
Mar
2021
Posted by: In: Alberta provincial park, Big Island, Big Island Area, Big Island Provincial Park, Canada, City of Edmonton, Edmonton Big Island Area, Enoch, Enoch Cree Nation, news, Provincial park

Alberta government commits $300K for Big Island Provincial Park – Edmonton

An area in southwest Edmonton is one step closer to becoming a provincial park. The province has dedicated $300,000 in grants for the City of Edmonton and Enoch Cree Nation towards supporting an ecological assessment and traditional land use study to begin planning for Big Island Provincial Park. “An…
09
Mar
2021
Posted by: In: Alberta Coronavirus, Alberta COVID-19, Alberta Health Services, Alberta public health measures, Alberta public health rules, Canada, Coronavirus, Coronavirus Alberta, COVID-19, Edmonton police, edmonton police service, EPS, Khrome Beauty Lounge, Khrome Beauty Lounge Edmonton, news

Edmonton business owner apologetic for renting salon to party with DJ during pandemic – Edmonton

An Edmonton business owner is apologizing for renting out her nail salon for a large weekend party, despite COVID-19 pandemic restrictions. Police said they broke up a large gathering of at least 125 people who were partying with alcohol and a DJ at the Khrome Beauty Lounge early Sunday.…
03
Mar
2021
Posted by: In: Canada, Common-law, Legal Rights, news, Quebec, rights, Spouse, Supreme Court Of Canada

Legal challenge to Quebec common law rules seeks equal rights for unmarried spouses – Montreal

A well-known Quebec lawyer says she’s mounting a legal challenge to provincial laws that don’t grant common-law spouses the same rights as married couples in the event of a breakup. Anne-France Goldwater said today Quebec family law treats unmarried women as having less value than their married counterparts because they aren’t…
03
Mar
2021
Posted by: In: cathedral, Education, Holy Rosary School, news, Regina Catholic School Board, Regina Catholic School Division, Regina News, Saskatchewan News

Regina Catholic School Board looking for partners to keep community school open – Regina

The Regina Catholic School Board is looking to find partners who can help develop a business plan and keep a school in the Cathedral neighbourhood open. Holy Rosary School has approximately 96 students. Board chairperson Vicky Bonnell said if partners aren’t found, the school will be closed by June…
28
Feb
2021
Posted by: In: Coronavirus, Coronavirus London, coronavirus update, covid 19 london, COVID-19, COVID-19 update, Elgin Oxford, Health, huron-perth, london middlesex, London-Middlesex COVID-19 update, news, Sarnia-Lambton

21 new coronavirus cases in London and Middlesex, 29 in Aylmer on Sunday – London

Jump to: Hospitalizations – Outbreaks – Schools – Vaccinations and Testing – Ontario – Elgin and Oxford – Huron and Perth – Sarnia and Lambton The Middlesex-London Health Unit (MLHU) reported 21 new coronavirus cases and 11 recoveries on Sunday. This is the largest daily COVID-19 case count since…
28
Feb
2021
Posted by: In: Alcanna, Chief Dale McFee, Consumer, Crime, edmonton craime, Edmonton liquor store theft, Edmonton liquor thefts, edmonton police service, edmonton thefts, legally sourced, Liquor Robberies, Liquor Thefts, macewan unitersity, MacEwan University's Social Innovation Institute, news, , Store attacks

Edmonton campaign plants actors in liquor stores to help educate against theft – Edmonton

The fight against liquor store thefts continues to ramp up in Alberta. In an effort to make real change several community groups gathered at an Edmonton liquor store for an educational surprise. “We want to give people a real glimpse into what’s going on behind the scenes of liquor…