ODOT crews making sure roads stay clear for morning commute
ODOT crews making sure roads stay clear for morning commute
What is ‘careless behaviour’ in relation to UK tax and in what other ways can people fall foul of HMRC?
Rob and Elizabeth Haid have spent the past six months trying to rebuild their lives after a tornado tore through the campground they own near Tweed, Ont. Screaming winds tossed trailers and wrenched hundreds of trees from the ground north of Belleville on July 24, leaving a business they hoped would support their retirement in tatters. Despite spending weeks of 14-hour work days and $200,000 spent on cleanup, evidence of the storm still surrounds them. Splintered wreckage, piles of trunks, branc
66 more potential burial sites have been discovered on the grounds of St. Joseph's Mission, a former residential school in Williams Lake. Chief Willie Sellers of the Williams Lake First Nation talks to Global News Morning about the latest findings, and the next steps in the investigation.
SAN FRANCISCO (AP) — The shooting that left four dead at a California mushroom farm on Monday was at least the second time an employee tried to kill a coworker on the property, records show. Martin Medina, a manager at California Terra Garden, was charged with attempted murder after he threatened to kill another manager and then fired a shot into the man’s trailer. The bullet went through the trailer and into a neighboring one that was home to Yetao Bing, one of the workers killed on Monday, a p
TORONTO — Members of Canada's tech community say they are worried the sector's recent downturn will weigh even heavier on women founders, who have long trailed their male counterparts when fundraising. Their fears come as the global tech sector is being rankled by reduced spending as consumers shift back to pre-pandemic habits. The sector is also grappling with widespread layoffs, falling valuations, and as investor exuberance wanes, founders are struggling to drum up cash. "The way one investor
A dispute over the construction of a bridge connecting one of Stockholm's poorest neighbourhoods with a wealthy suburb sheds light on Sweden's deepening issue of inequality. View on euronews
Students at École Évangéline in Wellington have finally returned to the building, four months after post-tropical storm Fiona left the school in western P.E.I. extensively damaged and unusable. Last fall, hundreds of children had to be moved to makeshift learning spaces at nearby festival grounds in Abram-Village. On Thursday, 90 students from Grade 7 to 12 returned to their school building for the first time since the storm, and 125 students from kindergarten to Grade 6 will join them next week
COLOMBO, Sri Lanka (AP) — Sri Lanka's president suspended Parliament until Feb. 8, when he said he would announced a new set of long-term policies to address a range of issues including an unprecedented economic crisis that has engulfed the Indian Ocean nation for months. President Ranil Wickremesinghe issued an extraordinary decree suspending Parliament from midnight Friday. The government did not give a clear reason for the move, but Wickremesinghe' s office in a statement said his address to
A new report says misinformation about COVID-19 contributed to more than 2,800 Canadian deaths and at least $300 million in hospital and ICU visits. The Council of Canadian Academies says misinformation led to people not believing COVID-19 was real or was exaggerated, fostering vaccine hesitancy. The study suggests the false beliefs that COVID-19 was a "hoax or exaggerated," led to at least 2.3 million people delaying or refusing to get the vaccine between March and November of 2021. The report
A B.C. man rescues a moose trapped in a tangle of fence wires using nothing but his bare hands. #TheMoment
Emblazoned on one side with the provincial flag and a bold 'AB', an image of the iconic Three Sisters mountain range claims space on the other side of these ringette goalies' helmets. They wanted to show off their provincial pride, along with a nod to the friendship they've found through sport. "All of us created this bond super fast, so we thought the Three Sisters would be a good way to demonstrate our unity at the games and how we really are, truly, best friends," explains Calgarian Paige Roy
The number of people turning to electric vehicles may be on the rise, but a Toronto Councillor says the city needs to come up with a plan to allow people without parking lots to install their own charging locations. Matthew Bingley reports.
“A Thousand and One,” a drama about an impoverished single mother and her son in New York City, won the Sundance Film Festival’s grand jury prize in the U.S. dramatic competition, while “Going to Mars: The Nikki Giovanni Project” was awarded the top prize in the U.S. documentary category. This year’s winners were announced at an awards ceremony Friday afternoon in Park City, Utah, which included an audience prize for the documentary “ 20 Days in Mariupol.” Writer Jeremy O. Harris, filmmaker Eliz
SEOUL, South Korea (AP) — South Korea says it will continue to restrict the entry of short-term travelers from China through the end of February over concerns that the spread of COVID-19 in that country may worsen following the Lunar New Year’s holidays. South Korea in early January stopped issuing most short-term visas at its consulates in China, citing concerns about a virus surge in the country that abruptly eased coronavirus restrictions in December and the potential for new mutations. South
Toronto's police chief says the force is increasing its daily presence on city transit in light of recent violence in the system. Chief Myron Demkiw says more than 80 officers are expected to be in place daily throughout the Toronto Transit Commission to reduce victimization, prevent crimes of opportunity and enhance public safety.
A rash of break-ins at specialty stores in the St. John's area have owners feeling like they're being targeted. The Outfitters, located on Water Street in downtown area, recently had its second break-in in the last few weeks, along with an unsuccessful attempt, while Alpine Country Lodge in Churchill Square has suffered six since December. "It's a little unsettling. It throws off your operation. You're cleaning up broken glass, spending time with the police and getting your security footage," Do
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One of the people who participated in what a judge has described as a "cruel and merciless" killing of a Calgary Uber driver has been handed an eight-year sentence. Andrew Christal, 35, was tried on a charge of first-degree murder in the death of Kasif Hirani, 30, who was fatally stabbed in December 2019. Last year, a jury found him guilty of the lesser offence of manslaughter. On Thursday, Court of King's Bench Justice John McCarthy found Christal "acted in concert" with the other two killers,
A new temporary homeless shelter brought in media Thursday to offer a glimpse of what it will be like for people who stay there. The Gathering Place's New Beginnings facility is set to open Monday. Located in the old YMCA building on 13th Avenue in downtown Regina, it will provide shelter, nutrition and wraparound services to 40 people. News media were invited to tour the facility Thursday, as it wrapped up last-minute preparations before opening. "We see this as a place where people can — even
Intermittent fasting (IF) isn't a new way to eat, but researchers and experts say it's an area that has potential. It is important to know that research on intermittent fasting "is still in its infancy," said Amy Kirkham, an assistant professor in the University of Toronto's clinical cardiovascular health department. She has also led several studies on time-restricted eating, a form of IF. Intermittent fasting is generally defined as the cycle of eating and then fasting. The length of fasting ca