September 13, 2023

With flu season on the horizon, we answer your COVID-19 questions

After more than three years of COVID-19, many Canadians have learned how to make decisions around living with the virus. But as Canada heads into another cold and flu season, many still have questions about what to do if they start to feel sick. Here are answers to some common questions.
September 13, 2023

A grim report about climate change in Ontario was kept quiet for 8 months

A new report commissioned by Premier Doug Ford’s government warns that climate change poses high risks to Ontario, with impacts on everything from food production to infrastructure to businesses. 
September 13, 2023

Poop bags are now available at rock climbing sites in Squamish and nope, they're not for your pets

A new program meant to cut down on human waste in Squamish, B.C., rock climbing locations has been launched, featuring free Waste Alleviating Gel (WAG) bags for climbers to poop into, seal up and pack out of the forest.
September 13, 2023

Cybersecurity incident affects services at The Weather Network

Cybersecurity issue takes down The Weather Network data systems
September 13, 2023

Essential workers to come back as Hay River, N.W.T., eyes Sunday for public’s return

Hay River officials says wildfire containment efforts in Northwest Territories reduced risk enough to activate first phase of re-entry plan
September 13, 2023

Public could return to Hay River, N.W.T., as early as Sunday as re-entry begins

The Town of Hay River says essential workers can start returning to the evacuated community on Wednesday morning at 9 a.m., and the general public could be allowed back as early as Sunday.
September 13, 2023

Nova Scotia prepares for fall storm season, as Hurricane Lee churns slowly north

The hurricane is expected to make landfall as a tropical storm anywhere between western Maine to Cape Breton this weekend
September 13, 2023

Accused in London hate crime murders asked bystander to make a video of his arrest

Nathaniel Veltman wanted authorities to know who he was and what he did, according to testimony and recordings played before a jury
September 13, 2023

Premier Eby ‘white-hot’ angry over release of psychiatric patient following Vancouver stabbing

Blair Evan Donnelly has been charged with three counts of aggravated assault, and remains in custody after Sunday’s attack at the Light Up Chinatown festival
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