Snow, rain and high winds Struck Maritimes, causing power outages across the Area

Snow blankets Halifax on Feb 2, 2021

The Maritimes are getting hit with a storm system that’s attracting snow and winds to the region, followed closely by rain to many areas of Nova Scotia, New Brunswick and Prince Edward Island.

Sailor with white supremacist Ago to be let go from the Cable

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The navy is cutting ties using a Calgary reservist who at one time was the internet administrator of neo-Nazi internet site. Leading Seaman Boris Mihajlovic will be released from the military after a command degree reviewthat the commander of the navy has stated.

New trial Allowed for man convicted of murdering Japanese exchange student

Natsumi Kogawa

B.C.’s highest court has granted a new trial to a man convicted of murdering a Japanese foreign exchange student and stuffing her body into a suitcase in Vancouver’s West End.

Northern Ontario man stuns community Using Exceptional large-scale snow Artwork

Snowshoe art

A snowshoer at Schreiber Ont., is utilizing frozen lakes and snow covered areas in the area because his canvas to make some stunning artwork.

Inside an isolation hotel: Things to expect in quarantine


Worried about the spread of the virus in high-income houses and high risk neighbourhoods, police in Peel Region have an alternate to isolating at home: isolation resorts.

We brrr-ing you inside an ultra-cold freezer, the super-chilled House of This COVID-19 vaccine

Everyday items in ultra low-temperature freezer

Ultra-cold freezers may keep vaccines chilled to sub-arctic temperatures. But does anything must be maintained that cold? And what happens to regular food items when they are exposed to such extreme temperatures?

‘Significant’ Hop in advanced cancer Stressed after Tens of Thousands of Quebec diagnoses Postponed by pandemic


Fixing cancer patients has been tough throughout the pandemic, but experts may soon face an even bigger challenge: a tide of individuals at a more advanced stage of illness, since they went paralyzed or confronted screening delays.

Canada on verge of deal to make COVID-19 vaccines in House

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Prime Minister Justin Trudeau now is predicted to announce that the makings of an agreement to make COVID-19 vaccines inside Canada.

Snow, high winds Struck State, knock out power, cancel schools

Snow blankets Halifax on Feb 2, 2021

Nova Scotia is getting hit with a multi-layered storm that is initially attracting snow and high winds accompanied by significant rain to much of the province. The very first part of the storm has knocked out power to more than a thousand Nova Scotia Power clients and cancelled courses at many colleges. 

Alpaca visitors delight seniors in Ontario long-term care home

LTC resident with alpaca

Alpacas Ned, Floyd, also Jimmy amused the inhabitants of Chartwell Parkhill Long-Term Care Home in southwestern Ontario, drawing views and queries from older citizens and staff alike.

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