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Dr. Deena Hinshaw to give Alberta update on COVID-19 Tuesday

Dr. Deena Hinshaw to give Alberta update on COVID-19 Tuesday

[ad_1] Alberta’s chief medical officer of health will give a daily update on COVID-19 in the province Tuesday at 3:30 p.m. Dr. Deena Hinshaw is scheduled to give updates every day until Friday this week as the province sees a surge of record-breaking case numbers. Her update will be streamed live in this post …

Police release video of robbery at Richmond Hill convenience store - Toronto

Police release video of robbery at Richmond Hill convenience store – Toronto

[ad_1] York Regional Police have released surveillance video of a convenience store robbery in Richmond Hill in a bid to draw in tips. Police said that on Nov. 3, shortly before 7 p.m., officers were called to a convenience store on Springhead Gardens in the area of Yonge Street and Weldrick Road. Investigators said …

Guelph preparing for red level of COVID-19 framework - Guelph

Guelph preparing for red level of COVID-19 framework – Guelph

[ad_1] The City of Guelph says it would close its pools and indoor skating rinks if it moves from orange to red of the province’s COVID-19 response framework. The move would go beyond what the framework requires, which allows up to 10 people to use sports and recreation facilities. Read more: Guelph bylaw inspects …

Storm bringing significant snowfall to London, Ont. region Tuesday - London

Storm bringing significant snowfall to London, Ont. region Tuesday – London

[ad_1] You’ll need to shovel your driveway Tuesday morning before heading to work, but forecasters are warning the worst of the snowstorm is yet to come. The London area is under a snowfall warning from Environment Canada, as the storm system that arrived Monday night is set to intensify Tuesday afternoon and overnight. Read …

Giulio Regeni: Egypt 'suspends' investigation into Cambridge student's murder

Giulio Regeni: Egypt ‘suspends’ investigation into Cambridge student’s murder

[ad_1] image copyrightGetty Images image captionRallies calling for the truth behind Giulio Regeni’s murder have been held in Italy Egyptian authorities have said they are “temporarily closing” the investigation into the 2016 murder of Italian researcher Giulio Regeni, with the killer “still unknown”. It comes as Italian prosecutors are said to be planning to put …

9 out of 10 Canadians to change, cancel holiday plans amid coronavirus: poll - National

9 out of 10 Canadians to change, cancel holiday plans amid coronavirus: poll – National

[ad_1] Canadians are preparing to make some big changes to their holiday plans this year, with a new poll showing that nine in 10 are planning to either modify or cancel this season’s events amid the country’s rising surge of new coronavirus cases. According to new polling from Ipsos, over five in 10 Canadians …

Multiple volcanoes in Indonesia see increased activity, thousands evacuated - National

Multiple volcanoes in Indonesia see increased activity, thousands evacuated – National

[ad_1] Indonesian authorities are closely monitoring several volcanoes after sensors picked up increased activity in recent weeks, prompting the evacuation of thousands of people. Hot ash tumbled as far as 3,000 metres (9,800 feet) down the slopes of Mount Semeru early Tuesday, triggering panic among villagers, said Raditya Jati, the National Disaster Mitigation Agency …

60 years and counting: Calgary scout troop continues tree lot tradition despite COVID-19 pandemic - Calgary

60 years and counting: Calgary scout troop continues tree lot tradition despite COVID-19 pandemic – Calgary

[ad_1] The 31st St. Cyprians Scout Troop in Calgary has been selling Christmas trees at the same lot for the past 60 years. Troop members set up outside Holy Cross Anglican Church at 2828 19 St. N.W. to help people pick out the perfect tree. READ MORE: First toilet paper, now Christmas trees? Coronavirus …

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