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Hydro-Québec has signed a tentative agreement to help power the state of New York over the next 25 years. Premier Francois Legault said Monday the deal totals more than $20 billion. He called the agreement "huge news for the environment," given that "fossil energy will be replaced by renewable energy." Legault has long tried to sell neighbouring provinces and the United States on the benefits of hydro power, billing Quebec as the "battery of North America." The agreement — which still requires f
NORTH PORT, Fla. (AP) — FBI agents and police Monday swarmed the home of a young man wanted for questioning in the disappearance of his girlfriend, Gabby Petito, whose body was apparently discovered over the weekend at a Wyoming national park. The FBI's Tampa office said in a tweet that it was serving a search warrant, and local media reported that 23-year-old Brian Laundrie's parents were seen getting into a police van outside the home. Agents would not comment further. Video showed at least a
MARY'S HARBOUR, N.L. — A coast guard vessel and a provincial water bomber continued a search Monday for two missing fishermen, after the father of one of the lost men called on Ottawa to resume a full search off the coast of Labrador. Dwight Russell said in an interview Monday morning his family in Mary's Harbour has been "set adrift" by the military and the Canadian Coast Guard, after the joint search and rescue co-ordination centre in Halifax indicated Sunday evening that was transferring the
Ottawa reported 60 more cases of COVID-19 Monday. Most of the city's outbreaks are in child-care settings. Health officials outside the capital reported new COVID-19 deaths over the weekend. Today's Ottawa update Ottawa Public Health (OPH) reported 60 new COVID-19 cases and no more deaths on Monday. That brings the total to 501 known active cases in Ottawa, close to numbers last seen in early June, toward the end of the pandemic's third wave. A pandemic update is expected during an OPH meeting M
Many Canadians were already disgruntled about the snap federal election being called during a pandemic, but long lines at the polls haven't eased the frustrations. Some took to Twitter to express their annoyance, while others were grateful to have the opportunity to vote to begin with.
The move comes days after U.S. regulators said it would sue Coinbase if it went ahead with its program allowing users to earn interest by lending digital assets. "As we continue our work to seek regulatory clarity for the crypto industry as a whole, we've made the difficult decision not to launch the USDC APY program," Coinbase's blog post said. USDC is a stablecoin that is pegged to the U.S. dollar and can be redeemed for $1 on a one-to-one basis.
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OSHAWA, Ont. — Police east of Toronto say they are looking for a teenage girl after another teen was allegedly stabbed. Durham regional police say officers were called to a school property around 6:15 p.m. Sunday in Oshawa, Ont. They say officers found a 15-year-old girl there with stab wounds. They say she was taken to hospital with non-life-threatening stab wounds. They say the suspect fled the area before police arrived. Police say the suspect was a teen girl who wore her dark hair in a bun a
WASHINGTON (Reuters) -General Motors Co said on Monday that battery production for its recalled Chevrolet Bolt electric vehicle had resumed and that battery replacements will begin next month. GM said supplier LG battery plants in Holland and Hazel Park, Michigan, have resumed production and LG is adding capacity to provide more battery cells to GM. Last week, the largest U.S. automaker said it would extend a shutdown of a Michigan assembly plant to mid-October following a new recall of its Bolt electric vehicles over battery issues after 13 reported fires.
Canadians are heading to polls across the country today, Monday, Sept. 20, after Liberal Leader Justin Trudeau called the snap election 36 days ago.
Calgary mayoral candidate Kevin J. Johnston doesn't believe in the pandemic, doesn't believe in masking and doesn't care how many people gather in a small indoor space, but he won't start serving his sentence for another five weeks because Alberta's surge in COVID-19 cases is making the jails unsafe. Alberta's unrelenting fourth wave of COVID-19 is "pounding the snot out of Albertans," said Court of Queen's Bench Justice Adam Germain after proposing Johnston's contempt sentence be delayed by fiv
After Renée Maisonneuve moved to the United States for her undergraduate studies, she knew one day she would return home to Timmins. Maisonneuve, 25, works as an associate lawyer at Maisonneuve Dawkins firm. Being away from home, pursuing international studies at West Virginia University while on an athletic scholarship, made her realize she wanted to settle in Timmins. “When I first left for the university, I thought I would end up in Ottawa or Toronto,” she says. “After living in the U.S. and
Nominations for the 2021 Business Awards through the Whitecourt & District Chamber of Commerce will be accepted until September 24 through an online process. Executive Director of the Chamber, Dana Severson, said the awards are a way for businesses and the general public to highlight and showcase different companies, employees, or organizations that have stood out through the year. Severson said that there are multiple categories that individuals, businesses, or organizations can be recognized f
HURON-KINLOSS – The August 2021 building report indicates numbers are still up. Matt Farrell, manager of building and planning, told council August is usually a slower month for permits but the month’s numbers this year are higher than usual. He said he expects to see the trend continue into the fall, when numbers usually increase, especially since “material prices have begun to normalize.” There were three permits for single family dwellings in July, all in Point Clark. To date there have been
NEW YORK (AP) — Some families just love leftovers. What's easier than reheating and digging into yesterday's meal? But that's not Cassy Joy Garcia’s family: They're not leftover fans. So Garcia had to get creative for her latest cookbook, which offers busy home chefs a way to lower stress levels in the kitchen by transforming one meal into two different ones. How she does it is by planning out two meals that usually share a protein. She cooks that meat, fish or poultry for one meal and sets asid
A walk through Southeast Saskatchewan organized by the Saskatchewan History and Folklore Society was intended to help keep the history of the region alive. The walk followed the historic Fort Ellice to Fort Qu’Appelle trail. Fort Ellice was just south of the current Organizer and president of the Saskatchewan History and Folklore Society Hugh Henry said the walks are an important part of the group's public education efforts. “It’s actually one of the programs that the Saskatchewan History and Fo
CHICAGO (Reuters) -Iowa-based farm services provider NEW Cooperative Inc said on Monday its systems were offline to contain a "cybersecurity" incident just as the U.S. farm belt gears up for harvest. The cooperative operates grain storage elevators in the top U.S. corn producing state, buys crops from farmers, sells fertilizer and other chemicals needed to grow crops and owns technology platforms for farmers that provide agronomic advice on the way to maximize their harvests. "We have proactively taken our systems offline to contain the threat, and we can confirm it has been successfully contained," NEW Cooperative Inc said in a statement.
HOUSTON (AP) — A Houston police officer has died and another was injured Monday morning during a shooting that also killed a 31-year-old man who the officers were attempting to arrest, authorities said. The veteran officers were shot while attempting to serve an arrest warrant at a home in an apartment complex in the city's northeast side around 7:30 a.m., Mayor Sylvester Turner said during a news conference. Authorities didn't identify the man the officers were attempting to arrest. "This has b
National Forest Week celebrates 101 years of commemorating Canada's forests from September 19-25, 2021. For Alberta's Minister of Agriculture and Forestry, Devin Dreeshen, celebrating Canada's boreal forests fills him with a sense of pride, not just for the sheer beauty of the landscape or recreational aspects forests offer but also for the huge part they play in the economy. For him, the week is an opportunity to highlight the importance of the industry and the tens of thousands of jobs it supp
HURON COUNTY – Maitland Conservation continues to warn residents along the shores of Lake Huron that ongoing erosion along the watershed is causing parts of the bluffs to break away and slide off into the lake. Shannon Millar, a shoreline technician with Maitland Conservation, provided updated photos and repeated her warning in a public webinar on Sept. 8, encouraging residents along the bluffs to remain vigilant and immediately report any abnormalities on the land to Maitland Conservation. Mill