A deep chill is lurking on the horizon that could boost your odds of waking up to snow on the ground come Christmas morning.
HALIFAX — An emailed letter to staff of a Halifax-area hospital says that the pressure on the emergency room has risen to the point where there's no space to assess patients and one in 10 people aren't seen before they give up and leave. Two managers at the Dartmouth General Hospital say in the statement obtained by The Canadian Press that influenza and respiratory syncytial virus are combining with other factors to block the flow of patients through the ER. The email was sent Thursday to a long
AJAX, Ont. — Ontario's coroner's office is investigating the "sudden and unexpected" death of a child at a hospital east of Toronto. The Office of the Chief Coroner says it cannot provide any further details of its investigation at Lakeridge Health Ajax Pickering Hospital in Ajax, Ont. The hospital says it cannot comment due to patient privacy. The coroner's office says it investigates any death that is sudden and unexpected, but not necessarily deaths where there was a known disease. Health Min
FREDERICTON — New Brunswick's Court of Appeal has ruled that the August 2020 snap election call that won Premier Blaine Higgs a majority government was legal. In a decision released Thursday, the court dismissed advocacy group Democracy Watch’s argument that the premier’s early election call was illegal because of the province’s fixed-date election law. Writing for the three-judge panel, Justice Ernest Drapeau says there is no admissible evidence that the premier's decision to call a general ele
The Climate Change Plan for Clean Growth includes 68 actions, but the biggest emission reductions are dependent on projects like the Atlantic Loop.
BEIRUT (AP) — A Lebanese actress with links to the country’s controversial Central Bank governor was briefly arrested Friday after answering summons and showing up for questioning at the Beirut prosecutors office. She was set free hours later on condition she return for more questioning when needed, a judicial official and the state-run new agency said. he arrest is the latest in the controversy surrounding the governor, Riad Salameh, who is being investigated for corruption as an economic meltd
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Winter means not only cold weather but also longer and darker days. The lack of light can pose problems, especially for drivers. Naomi Barber from Specsavers discusses the importance of regular eye care and checking in with your optometrist.
LONDON (Reuters) -Britain said the human rights situation in China worsened last year and announced sanctions on Friday against 30 people worldwide, including officials from Russia, Iran and Myanmar who it deems responsible for human rights abuses or corruption. France had on Thursday announced plans for new European Union sanctions against Iran over human rights abuses in its security crackdown on popular unrest there as well as its supply of drones to Russia before Moscow's invasion of Ukraine.
Families, Children and Social Development Minister Karina Gould said Thursday that new legislation aimed at enshrining the Trudeau government’s child-care program into federal law would prevent Conservatives from dismantling the system. She said it would require them to “publicly tell Canadians they do not believe in affordable child-care.”
PERTH AMBOY, N.J. (AP) — People are asking questions about a storm protection proposal for New York and New Jersey that would be among the most massive and costly flood control projects ever done in America. At a public hearing Wednesday night on the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers' proposed $52 billion project, some wanted to know where all the water that would be thwarted by storm gates would go instead. Others wanted to know why the plan doesn't solve more of the problem. And one had a pointed q
The ultimate comfort food. Braised beef shank or Osso Buco in Italy. This dish takes very little time to prepare but a few hours to cook. It is definatly worth the wait. Ingredients 1. Beef Shank ( 3 ) 2. Flour ( to dredge the shank) 3. 2 Carrots chopped 4. 2 Celery stalks chopped 5. 1 Large yellow onion chopped 6. 1 Cup red wine 7. 1 Cup Beef broth 8. 2 Bay leaves 9. Salt and pepper to taste 10. Olive oil 11. Diced or Pureed tomatos 12. 2-3 cloves garlic minced Instructions: 1: Cover shank in flour 2: Preheat Dutch oven (or similar) to Med High Heat 3: Fry Beef shank till a nice brown colour and remove. 4. In the same pan saute onions and garlic. (cook till translucent) 5. Add wine and deglaze pot. 6: Add in celery, carrots, broth ,tomatoes, bay leaves and salt and pepper to taste, 7: Place Shank in the pot and make sure the meat is just covered. 8: Cook at med high heat for 90 mins than reduce heat and simmer till liquid has been reduced. I love this dish with garlic mashed potatoes but you can also use Polenta. Thank You for watching and do not forget to hit the subscribe button. Check out these videos: Check out my other videos: Sticky Teriyaki Chicken Wings https://rumble.com/v1w1dw0-teriyaki-chicken-wings-crispy-and-extra-sticky.html Mouth Watering Crepes https://rumble.com/v1u5p6m-mouthwatering-caramel-maple-crepes.html Bacon Pancakes https://rumble.com/v1qoohk-bacon-pancake.html Follow us Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/grizzlypawsmokers/ Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/GrizzlyPawSmokers/
Edmonton city council voted to add millions of dollars to the city's proposed four-year capital budget Friday for initiatives like bike lane infrastructure, building retrofits and emissions-neutral vehicles. Mayor Amarjeet Sohi introduced 17 amendments this week to alter the existing 2023-26 $7.75-billion budget. Council approved the amendments, which still need final approval when council votes on the city's capital, operating, utility and carbon budgets. After hours of debate Friday, council a
David Benedek's grandparents moved to Paris from Transylvania in the 1950s where they opened their first boutique in the Palais-Royale area.View on euronews
Construction of the $1.8-billion Calgary Cancer Centre is now complete, with the province handing over the keys to Alberta Health Services on Friday. AHS is taking over operations of the facility, which spans more than two-million square feet, as the project enters its final stages. Don Morris, Calgary zone clinical department head of oncology with AHS, said although construction is complete, there is a lot more work to do until the centre can open its doors. That work includes everything from c
A woman gave birth to a boy on the Geo Barents medical clinic after being rescued from a dinghy floating in the middle of the sea.View on euronews
WARNING: This story contains distressing details and images. New information uncovered by Radio-Canada's investigative program, Enquête, suggests there were perhaps dozens more deaths in Quebec residential schools than the 38 officially reported by the Truth and Reconciliation Commission (TRC). Combining newly uncovered photographs, previously unpublished reports and interviews with survivors, Enquête found several instances of deaths of Indigenous children in Quebec that aren't reflected in the
A man is in custody after a double stabbing at a Toronto subway station on Thursday afternoon that left one woman dead and another woman injured. The injured woman is listed in stable condition in hospital, police told reporters at a news conference outside the station in the city's west end. Police said officers responded to calls about a person assaulting and stabbing people on the eastbound subway platform shortly after 2 p.m. They said two women were found with stab wounds and were taken to
Three teens have been charged after stabbings at an Oakville high school, Halton police say, while an arrest warrant has gone out for an adult also wanted in connection to the incident. Officers were initially called to Garth Webb Secondary School at about 4 p.m. Wednesday after a fight erupted between a "group of youths" in the building's foyer, police said in a news release Thursday. They found three 15-year-olds with injuries. Two had stab wounds to their bodies, while a third had a bloody no
OTTAWA — Natural Resources Minister Jonathan Wilkinson said the new critical minerals strategy published Friday doesn't specifically bar Canadian mines from exporting critical minerals and metals to countries like China. Nor will it prevent companies from taking advantage of any of the $3.8 billion in promised investments if they intend to ship the metals produced to non-democratic countries. But Wilkinson said the federal government is looking at whether new policies are needed to limit where C