US readies largest security package for Ukraine, bringing commitment to $9.8 billion

Ukraine was already stocking up on U.S.-made Javelins before Russia invaded. Here a group of Ukrainian servicemen take a shipment of Javelins in early February, as Russia positioned troops on Ukraine’s border. Sergei Supinsky | AFP | Getty Images WASHINGTON – The Biden administration announced a $1 billion security assistance package for Ukraine on Monday, … Read more

The Bidens visit families impacted by Kentucky flooding – Washington Post

The Bidens visit families impacted by Kentucky flooding  Washington Post President Biden is arriving in eastern Kentucky  WLKY News Louisville Gov. Beshear: Feds to cover 100% of some costs in flood-ravaged areas for 30 days  WYMT Biden tours flood damage in eastern Kentucky  Reuters View Full Coverage on Google News

Mother and son killed in 'frenzied' Stretton attack | 7NEWS – 7NEWS Australia

Mother and son killed in ‘frenzied’ Stretton attack | 7NEWS  7NEWS Australia Frenzied Home Attack | 10 News First  10 News First Man and woman killed in ‘frenzied attack’  news.com.au Woman and man found dead at property in Brisbane suburb of Stretton, man in police custody  ABC News View Full coverage on Google News

GTA real estate prices could continue to fall amid large housing correction, RBC says

A housing correction which has already led to four consecutive months of price declines in the previously overheated Greater Toronto Area market could end up becoming “one of the deepest of the past half a century,” a new report from RBC warns. New data released by the Toronto Regional Real Estate Board (TRREB) last week … Read more

Multiple suspects sought after shooting outside Mississauga, Ont. nightclub

Peel police are asking for the public’s help identifying people allegedly involved in a shooting outside a nightclub in Mississauga in June. Officers responded to reports of gunshots in the parking lot of HER nightclub located in the area of Eglinton Avenue East and Dixie Road on the early morning of June 24. Police arrived … Read more

Huntington Health Infectious Disease Expert Sheds Light on Monkeypox – Pasadena Now

Dr. Kim Shriner. [Huntington Health] Dr. Kimberly Shriner, Medical Director of Infection Control and Prevention at Huntington Health (formerly, Huntington Hospital) said Friday that monkeypox, although highly unpleasant, is rarely fatal and like any infectious disease, can be prevented by practicing good hygiene habits. Monkeypox infographic [Based upon original supplied by Huntington Health] “This disease … Read more

Ontario news: MPPs return to Queen’s Park to pass budget

For the first time since they were elected back in June, Ontario’s politicians will return to Queen’s Park Monday for a roughly five-week summer session. Here are five things to watch out for: NEW PLAYERS AND INTERIM LEADERS There will be quite a few new faces at Queen’s Park this week, with just over a … Read more

Doug Ford defends decision to not visit Ottawa for more than a week after storm

Progressive Conservative Leader Doug Ford defended his decision not to visit Ottawa in the wake of a deadly storm amid a brief visit to the city Monday – during which he didn’t tour the hardest-hit areas in the province. Ford, who is seeking re-election as premier, made his first campaign stop in Ottawa on Tuesday … Read more

Police make arrests after anti-vaccine mandate soldier leads march into Ottawa

Lee Berthiaume and Sarah Ritchie, The Canadian Press Published Thursday, June 30, 2022 5:00PM EDT Last Updated Thursday, June 30, 2022 11:00PM EDT OTTAWA – Police arrested four people in downtown Ottawa Thursday after a Canadian soldier charged for … Read more