Review: Caribbean culinary culture finds its home in the Strathcona grocery store

Review: Caribbean culinary culture finds its home in the Strathcona grocery store

Co-owners of Rise Up Marketplace Rajesh Narine (left) and Roger Collins (right) in front of the newly opened grocery store in Vancouver on November 30th.Jackie Dives / The Globe and Mail Rise Up Marketplace was not named as a tribute to the Parachute Club’s all-encompassing activist anthem, around 1983. Or Andra Day’s uplifting inaugural song, … Read more

The Weather Network – Storm jeopardizes travel in Ontario and Quebec with a winter blow

The Weather Network – Storm jeopardizes travel in Ontario and Quebec with a winter blow

Sunday, December 5, 2021, at 8:28 – A low landscape from Montana will bring snowy, rainy, windy and icy weather to Ontario and Quebec on Sunday and Monday, so travelers are encouraged to pay attention before heading out on the roads during this time. Those planning to travel in Ontario and Quebec over the next … Read more

Ontario player wins Saturday’s $ 8.8 million Lotto 649 jackpot

Ontario player wins Saturday’s $ 8.8 million Lotto 649 jackpot

TORONTO – A ticket holder in Ontario won Saturday’s $ 8.8 million Lotto 649 jackpot. The $ 1 million guaranteed prize draw was also won by a lottery player in Ontario. The jackpot for the next Lotto 649 draw on December 8 will be estimated at $ 5 million. .

Canada not in the middle of the housing bubble: Former housing and mortgage deed manager

Canada not in the middle of the housing bubble: Former housing and mortgage deed manager

OTTAWA – The former CEO of Canada Mortgage and Housing Corporation says the many factors contributing to Canada’s increasingly hot housing market are not accumulating in a housing bubble, though they are remarkable. In an interview on CTV’s Question Period aired Sunday, Evan Siddall, who was at the helm of the body from January 2014 … Read more

Toronto launches training and enforcement campaigns to crack down on noisy vehicles

Toronto launches training and enforcement campaigns to crack down on noisy vehicles

The city of Toronto said Thursday that it is trying to do more to reduce excessive noise from fast vehicles and loud motorcycles. Vehicles with deafening loud engines can regularly be heard roaring down the streets of Toronto, often late at night, while thousands of people within earshot try to sleep. “The city continues to … Read more

Cargo ship that lost containers caught fire in BC waters that finally moved to port

Cargo ship that lost containers caught fire in BC waters that finally moved to port

A cargo ship that lost 105 containers in BC waters during stormy weather, only to see a fire break out on board days later, is finally being moved to port. The United Command response to the MV Zim Kingston incident said the vessel continues to an anchorage in Nanaimo, Friday. Zim Kingston has been moored … Read more

BC Forests Ministry says floods, pandemics have affected First Nations consultations on postponing old growth

BC Forests Ministry says floods, pandemics have affected First Nations consultations on postponing old growth

A 30-day deadline for BC First Nations to respond to a plan calling for the postponement of deforestation of old growth in forests at risk of permanent loss of biodiversity has expired, while the province says the process has been affected by recent emergencies. “Many communities have been affected by the recent floods and the … Read more

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