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‘Seeing my dad through the window of his heart’: Penticton man preserves father’s legacy with art - Okanagan

‘Seeing my dad through the window of his heart’: Penticton man preserves father’s legacy...

The last remaining pieces of Dennis Winkleman’s life work are on display and for sale to the public.“This is truly seeing my dad through...
Three non-profit housing groups in Halifax approved for Rapid Housing Initiative - Halifax

Three non-profit housing groups in Halifax approved for Rapid Housing Initiative – Halifax

Halifax Regional Council voted unanimously in favour of a recommendation by city staff to support three rapid housing projects led by non-profit housing providers.The...
8 new cases of COVID-19 in Hastings Prince Edward, 25 active - Kingston

8 new cases of COVID-19 in Hastings Prince Edward, 25 active – Kingston

Hastings Prince Edward Public Health is reporting another rise in COVID-19 numbers locally, with eight new cases reported Tuesday.Along with Monday’s seven new cases,...
Coronavirus: Latest developments in the Greater Toronto Area on Nov. 24

Coronavirus: Latest developments in the Greater Toronto Area on Nov. 24

Here are the latest developments on the coronavirus pandemic in the Greater Toronto Area for Tuesday:Toronto police warn of package theft increasing in east end...
In Halifax, housing advocates fear shortages of shelter adding to the ‘new poor’ - Halifax

In Halifax, housing advocates fear shortages of shelter adding to the ‘new poor’ –...

Community legal worker Mark Culligan refers to cases of Nova Scotians facing pandemic-era evictions in a hot housing market as “the new poor.”“We’re seeing...
CSIS alleges Iran used Toronto company to wire millions to Canada despite sanctions

CSIS alleges Iran used Toronto company to wire millions to Canada despite sanctions

A Toronto currency exchange business helped Iran secretly wire millions of dollars into Canada in violation of sanctions, according to a classified intelligence report...
Risk of Thanksgiving coronavirus spike ‘extremely high’ in U.S., experts warn - National

Risk of Thanksgiving coronavirus spike ‘extremely high’ in U.S., experts warn – National

In Pennsylvania, if you’re having friends over to socialize, you’re supposed to wear a mask — and so are your friends. That’s the rule,...
Confusion remains in B.C. on who can gather in restaurants under COVID-19 restrictions

Confusion remains in B.C. on who can gather in restaurants under COVID-19 restrictions

The B.C. Restaurant and Food Association says a new set of COVID-19 restrictions imposed by the provincial government has customers struggling to understand who...
Canada adds record 5,713 new coronavirus infections as global cases top 59 million - National

Canada adds record 5,713 new coronavirus infections as global cases top 59 million –...

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Police charge 3 after investigations into drug trafficking in Winnipeg - Winnipeg

Police charge 3 after investigations into drug trafficking in Winnipeg – Winnipeg

Three people are facing charges in connection with a recent police crackdown on the trafficking of fentanyl, methamphetamine, and cocaine in Winnipeg.An investigation started...