Astrophysicist Amita Kuttner elected interim leader of the Green Party of Canada

Astrophysicist Amita Kuttner elected interim leader of the Green Party of Canada

Marie Woolf, Canadian Press Published Wednesday, November 24, 2021 10:42 PM EST OTTAWA – The Greens have elected a non-binary astrophysicist as the interim leader of their party. Amita Kuttner, an expert in black holes, was on Wednesday appointed by the Greens’ Federal Council to lead the party until a new leader is elected next … Read more

City of Ottawa moves to ‘hybrid’ office model, but no option for remote control only

Municipal government employees in Ottawa will have some flexibility in their working conditions after the COVID-19 pandemic, but will not be able to work from home indefinitely, according to Mayor Steve Kanellakos. Kanellakos spoke to reporters after the city council on Wednesday, saying the city is in the process of phasing back to personal work … Read more

Disappeared 43-year-old woman found alive and well: Toronto police

TORONTO – A 43-year-old woman has been found safe and sound five days after she disappeared in the western end of the city. Toronto police announced the news Wednesday afternoon, saying the woman was located alive and in good health. She was rushed to the hospital to be assessed. The 43-year-old disappeared from the Eglinton … Read more

Protest causes Via Rail delays after demonstration backs up Highway 401 traffic

BELLEVILLE – A small group of protesters in support of the hereditary Wet’uwet’s chiefs in BC halted rail and vehicle traffic in eastern Ontario on Wednesday. Traffic slowed for several hours on Hwy. 401 from Cornwall to Napanee, while the protest caused delays for the Via Rail service near Belleville for several hours. Via Rail … Read more

From masks to QR check-in and density limits: All restrictions will be eased in NSW from 15 December

NSW Premier Dominic Perrottet has provided an update on the restrictions that will be eased from 15 December. Here’s what it means for mask wearing, QR check-ins and proof of vaccination. New South Wales residents will be able to drop masks in most environments and will no longer have to check into supermarkets, cafes and … Read more

Duct cleaning: What to look for so you do not get skinned

TORONTO – If you own a home, you may have considered having your ducts cleaned, especially if you have pets, allergies or have had a recent renovation of the house. You may have received random phone calls from channel cleaners or seen ads to get the job done, but what is the best way to … Read more

London’s transport network could be cut if state money is not secured – Sky News

London’s transport network could be cut if state money is not securedSky News North East bus connections are facing “crisis” without government rescue workers warningChronicleLive TfL warns that it may close the Gallows Corner crossing due to deficitRomford Recorder Government accuses Transport for London of “unnecessary saber-rattling”Evening Standard See full coverage on Google News .

Suspected wanted man stabbed in downtown Toronto

Police have released a picture of a suspect after a stabbing in downtown Toronto on Wednesday afternoon. It happened near Richmond Street West and York Street just before 3 p.m. Police said one man stabbed another man and left the area on foot. The suspect was last seen heading west on Richmond Street. He is … Read more

12-year-old dog stolen while tied up outside Toronto store: police

Toronto police are asking for the public’s help in identifying a man who allegedly stole a dog in the city’s Dufferin Grove neighborhood Wednesday morning. Police said a woman tied up her 12-year-old Chihuahua mix named Spencer outside a store in the area of ​​Dundas Street West and Dovercourt Road around 10 a.m. before she … Read more

Will it only hurt one place? Ottawa’s best doctor answers COVID-19 vaccine questions from children

OTTAWA – Ottawa’s healthcare professional says children will be able to do more activities with their friends and family when they receive the COVID-19 vaccine. Two days before the first COVID-19 vaccines will be given to children ages 5 to 11 in Ottawa, Dr. Vera Etche’s questions from children and parents about the COVID-19 vaccine … Read more