Manitoba is likely going to be forced to postpone some second doses of the coronavirus vaccine in the coming weeks. Continue reading →
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As of Jan. 1 and for a period of 28 days, the Ontario government set electricity prices at the off-peak rate for all time-of-use and tiered customers. Watch video →
“I know people, not close friends, that have died snowmobiling, you just got to do the assessment on the risk and use the right tools,” Wayne Dudych said. Continue reading →
The special town hall will take place Jan. 28 from 6:30 to 7 p.m. after a shortened news hour. Please submit your questions and we will try to get them answered. Continue reading →
Dion “Sonny” McCallum was sitting inside his home when he was shot and fatally wounded. His family is still trying to understand what happened to him. Continue reading →
Nova Scotia health officials reported no new cases of the coronavirus on Monday after the province completed 837 tests the day prior. Continue reading →
President Joe Biden said Monday the U.S. government would replace the entire federal fleet of cars, trucks and SUVs with electric vehicles manufactured in the United States, a commitment tied to a broader campaign promise to create 1 million new jobs...
As of Friday, public health allowed indoor religious gatherings of up to 10 people. Continue reading →
Party host fined $2,500 after he was caught running a makeshift nightclub in a Vancouver apartment building. Continue reading →
On Monday, Provincial Health Officer Dr. Bonnie Henry said it was learned over the weekend there will be a shortage of the Pfizer vaccine shipments they were expecting. Continue reading →