In connection with the death of a man on Springbank Drive on Monday, a second-degree murder charge has been filed. Late Monday morning, police were called to a residence on Springbank, west of Wharncliffe Road, for reports of a male with substantial injuries following an alleged stabbing. Later, the …Read More »
It doesn’t get any better than free when it comes to saving money for the items you need while inflation is strong. From a half-eaten pizza to balloons rejoicing, there is a global movement with a hyper-local emphasis that not only helps you find things and services, but also …Read More »
Dorothy Williams asked her history teacher in Grade 10 why he didn’t discuss the history of slavery in Canada. Her teacher’s response, she claims, was a watershed moment in her life and career. “The teacher told me — in front of the entire class — that I didn’t have …Read More »
The number of omicron infections in Canada has reached an all-time high, according to the country’s top doctor.
Cases of the Omicron type have peaked statewide, according to Canada’s chief public health officer, and the number of new infections has declined dramatically in the last week. Constrained capacity and personnel concerns have made PCR tests unavailable to many people in Canada’s molecular testing system. Other signs, such as …Read More »
In a social media message, Manitoba’s premier denounced people who use hate symbols during protests. “We do not condone the use of anti-Semitic, racist iconography, or the vandalism of military memorials or sculptures,” Heather Stefanson said in a statement earlier Monday. “We have to stand forcefully and decisively against those …Read More »
Although comic book films are now the most popular, this was not always the case. There was a moment when their popularity was low due to the fact that some superhero films were not created frequently. Following one huge hit in the late 1980s, there were countless other opportunities for …Read More »
HM The Queen has awarded the Polar Medal to Professor David N. Thomas, Honorary Professor in the School of Ocean Sciences at Bangor University. The prize was announced on January 28, 2022 in The London Gazette. The Polar Medal may be awarded to inhabitants of the United Kingdom of Great …Read More »
Details of constructing a “Arctic elephant” have been released by a scientist who aims to bring the wooly mammoth—or at least its genes—back from extinction. Mammoths were extinct for the most part around 10,000 years ago. The remnant population was stranded on Wrangel Island as sea levels rose, and they …Read More »
Edmonton-area A photo of a member of parliament near a flag with a Nazi insignia has sparked outrage.
When an Alberta MP gave a television interview at a protest in Ottawa over the weekend, he said he was unaware that someone was flying an upside down Canadian flag with a swastika on it behind him. On Saturday afternoon, Michael Cooper, the Conservative MP for St. Albert-Edmonton, was giving …Read More »
Amanda Ryan desired a job that would allow her to combine her business and people talents. She sold her cleaning business after seven years and became a Realtor in June of last year. In an interview, Ryan added, “You’re a part of something truly extraordinary.” “It’s not every day that …Read More »