March 11, 2023

With sleds and ATVs, Newfoundland town bands together to free dolphins trapped by ice

Melvin Harnum says the animals swam into the harbour on Friday and were soon pushed up into rocky, shallow water by swiftly moving sea ice
March 11, 2023

Physiologist Ken Money was one of Canada’s original group of six astronauts

A high achiever in many aspects of his life, he also competed as a high-jumper at the 1956 Olympics in Melbourne and was a trained pilot who served with the RCAF reserve
March 11, 2023

Beer industry says looming tax increase latest blow to tapped out sector

Those who speak for Canada’s beer industry say a sizable tax increase which will take effect next month should be reconsidered — calling it the latest blow to financially-squeezed breweries. 
March 11, 2023

Bud Grant, 1st person elected to CFL and NFL halls of fame, dead at 95

Bud Grant, the stoic and demanding Hall of Fame coach who won four Grey Cups during his 10 years in the CFL with the Winnipeg Blue Bombers and took the Minnesota Vikings to four Super Bowls, died Saturday. He was 95.
March 11, 2023

One of Canada's oldest WW II veterans turns 108, says he could 'still cut a rug'

Albert Middleton will celebrate the occasion at Victoria's Veterans Memorial Lodge surrounded by family, friends, a birthday cake, and big band music. 
March 11, 2023

'I was terrified': Skiers need to be rescued after chairlift malfunction at New Brunswick resort

When Angie Titus of Hampton, N.B., agreed to don skis for the first time in 17 years, she didn't anticipate being evacuated from a chairlift. But that's what happened Friday at Poley Mountain.
March 11, 2023

Dolphins rescued at Heart's Delight-Islington, N.L., some still trapped in ice

Several dolphins got stuck by the wharf in Heart's Delight-Islington, N.L., on Friday. Some have since been freed by rescue crews, but others are still wading in the ice.
March 11, 2023

Why calls are growing in B.C. to fund more overdose prevention sites

Advocates say it's imperative the B.C. government put more money into creating more widely accessible overdose prevention sites, days after the latest death toll from the toxic drug crisis was revealed.
March 11, 2023

Western Canada: Vancouver hurries pilot project to give some small businesses, arts groups tax relief

The experimental program will reduce Vancouver city taxes for about 1,360 commercial and industrial properties by amounts as high as $12,000
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