Toronto Has A Suspected Case Of Monkeypox & Here’s What You Need To Know

Toronto Has A Suspected Case Of Monkeypox & Here’s What You Need To Know

A suspected case of monkeypox is being investigated in Toronto and public health officials are advising people who may have come in contact with the virus. According to Toronto Public Health, the first suspected case of monkeypox in the city is in an adult male in their 40s, who is currently recovering in hospital. While … Read more

Vancouver crime: Fatal stabbing near nightclub

Vancouver crime: Fatal stabbing near nightclub

A 19-year-old man was killed near a nightclub in South Vancouver early Monday morning, according to police. Officers were called to Southwest Marine Drive near Hudson Street around 3:30 a.m. after receiving multiple 911 calls about a “fight that broke out on the street between a large group,” according to a statement from … Read more

Canadian Forces urged to contact Habitat for Humanity amid housing crunch – National

Canadian Forces urged to contact Habitat for Humanity amid housing crunch – National

An email encouraging members of the Canadian Armed Forces to consider contacting Habitat for Humanity if they can’t find affordable housing is casting a spotlight on a growing challenge facing many military personnel and their families. The email was sent by a senior officer at 19 Wing Comox to other members at the Royal Canadian … Read more

Next Ontario government will decide fate of hidden Sir John A. Macdonald statue

Next Ontario government will decide fate of hidden Sir John A. Macdonald statue

The statue of Sir John A. Macdonald at the foot of Queen’s Park has been covered for almost two years. It was first unveiled in 1894 and created by Hamilton MacCarthy to commemorate Canada’s first Prime Minister, according to the Ontario Legislature’s website. The statue was damaged in the summer of 2020 during Toronto protests … Read more

Columnist given key to Port Colborne

Columnist given key to Port Colborne

Bill Thomas can find humour in just about everything. That was clear last week as he was honoured for donating manuscripts to Port Colborne Historical and Marine Museum and his work to save Roselawn Centre. As Mayor Bill Steele spoke about his relationship with the award-winning author and columnist and shared some stories, he surprised … Read more