6.3 C
Toronto
Saturday, September 19, 2020
Home Tags Safety

Tag: safety

Albertans being reminded of basic water safety measures amid recent deaths

It has been a tragic few days on Alberta lakes and rivers.A 28-year-old man and 27-year-old woman — believed to have drowned — were...

Extra safety measures added at Penticton River Channel – Okanagan

A couple of volunteers are spending their summer helping misguided floaters that miss the last exit when floating down the Penticton River Channel.“People are...

Brockville’s Aquatarium reopens with plenty of covid protocols in place –...

One of Brockville’s larger tourist attractions officially reopened on Saturday.The Aquatarium at Tall Ships Landing welcomed visitors for the first time since the middle...

Boil water advisories for multiple communities in southern Manitoba – Winnipeg

Manitoba Health has issued boil water advisories for a number of communities that use the Red River Regional Water Treatment Plant.The areas included are...

Plane in CF Snowbird crash is decades old — What do...

As the investigation into the deadly Snowbird plane crash begins, the decades-old jet used by the aerobatic team is under new scrutiny.The CT-114 Tutor...

Winnipeg police offer crime prevention tips for businesses closed due to...

Posted April 26, 2020 11:48 am Smaller font Descrease article font size -A Larger font Increase article font size A+

Coronavirus: Safety and financial concerns factors for postponed summer festivals –...

It’s impossible to know exactly what things will be like in the coming months during the COVID-19 pandemic.Organizers from the SaskTel Saskatchewan Jazz Festival,...

Tories to inject $2 million in new funding for rape crisis...

Premier Doug Ford’s Progressive Conservatives are earmarking $2 million in new annual funding for the province’s 42 rape crisis centres — one day...

Live at 10 a.m. ET Thursday: Coronavirus Q & A with...

Infectious disease specialist Dr. Susy Hota will join us at 10 a.m. Thursday to answer your most pressing questions about the coronavirus with...

College Street Bar bail decision reopens conversation about women’s safety

The release of a man on bail following a nine year-sentence for sexual assault has reignited conversations about women’s safety in Toronto’s bars...
- Advertisement -

MOST POPULAR

HOT NEWS