Canada

February 18, 2024

$6 breakfast a welcome deal for B.C. diners as restaurants try to balance costs and customers

The excitement of being able to purchase a full, sit-down meal for less than $10 has led to a full house every morning for OM, a fusion Indian-western restaurant in Prince George, B.C.
February 18, 2024

Certain eggs recalled in Saskatchewan due to salmonella

The Canadian Food Inspection Agency announced an egg recall in Saskatchewan on Saturday for certain products.
February 18, 2024

No response from Ottawa as deadline set by Emergencies Act commission passes

The federal government has missed a deadline to respond to the findings of the Emergencies Act inquiry headed up by Justice Paul Rouleau.
February 18, 2024

More snow hits Newfoundland’s Avalon Peninsula, causes several closures

Hot on the heels of the Valentine’s Day storm, the Avalon Peninsula is snowed in again. The Sunday morning storm led to a number of closures and delayed openings.
February 18, 2024

Romance novel boom spurs new bricks-and-mortar bookstores in Alberta

Specialty romance book stores have been opening across North America to respond to rising demand, including three shops dedicated to the genre on the Canadian Prairies all founded within the last year — like Edmonton's The Book Boudoir.
February 18, 2024

More than a bad trip: Experts warn about the risk of cannabis-induced psychosis

When Kalpit Sharma started smoking high-THC weed several times a day, he thought he was just “living his life” as a university student. But then he started hearing voices.
February 18, 2024

Meet some of the 6 million Canadians who don't have a family doctor

More than six million Canadians report that they do not have regular access to primary care physicians. It's a crisis the experts say has caused untold harm and preventable cases of death and disease — and it's expected to get worse before it gets better.
February 18, 2024

She was the sole girl on the boys' hockey team. Decades later, she's cheering on the PWHL

The PWHL is giving an opportunity for women to forge a career in professional hockey — something Ontario's Dagmar Boettcher never had growing up in the 1950s and '60s.
February 17, 2024

‘Walking over skating’ recommended as Rideau Canal Skateway set to reopen

Several weeks after warm weather forced it to close, the Rideau Canal Skateway should be back open Sunday — just in time for the final days of Winterlude.
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