Winter storm on its way to Quebec: Environment Canada

Winter storm on its way to Quebec: Environment Canada

MONTREAL – A winter storm is expected to hit Quebec early next week, according to Environment Canada. The Agency has issued a special weather forecast for: Châteauguay – La Prairie Greater Montreal Laval Longueuil – Varennes Mont-Laurier Mont-Orford – Lake Memphrémagog Mont Tremblant Quebec City Sherbrooke Valleyfield – Beauharnois Vaudreuil Environment Canada explains that a … Read more

Second City Toronto gets a new (temporary location), a new devotion to diversity, a new life

Second City Toronto gets a new (temporary location), a new devotion to diversity, a new life

A lot can happen when Toronto’s premiere sketch theater company and comedy training center is forced to increase its personal offerings in 20 COVID-19-weary months. And Second City’s long list of changes – some good, some challenging, some not yet determined – are similar to the classic audience participation game that is an integral part … Read more

Police in Ottawa are looking for a suspect in a robbery at the east end

Police in Ottawa are looking for a suspect in a robbery at the east end

Ottawa police are asking for the public’s help in finding a woman who allegedly robbed a business in the eastern end last month. Police said the woman walked into a store on Innes Road in Blackburn Hamlet on Nov. 17 around 6 p.m. 17.40 She stole goods and waved a knife when employees confronted her, … Read more

Ontario reports the highest number of cases of coronavirus in more than six months

Ontario reports the highest number of cases of coronavirus in more than six months

Ontario reported 1,031 new COVID-19 cases and four more deaths on Friday, the first time the total number of cases exceeded 1,000 since the end of May. The last time Ontario reported more than 1,000 cases was on May 30, when most activities were severely curtailed during the province’s final stay at home order. The … Read more

Carleton renames the building in honor of the famous official to better reflect the school’s diversity

Carleton renames the building in honor of the famous official to better reflect the school’s diversity

Breadcrumb Trail Links News Local news Robertson Hall is being renamed with the help of an advisory Inuit council. Author of the article: Andrew Duffy Release Date: December 3, 2021 • 4 hours ago • 5 minutes reading • 11 comments Aliqa Illauq, an Inuk graduate from Carleton University who helped lobby for the name … Read more

OPP warns Orillia residents to lock doors after home invasion and sexual assault

OPP warns Orillia residents to lock doors after home invasion and sexual assault

Provincial police warn there is “significant concern” for public safety following a home invasion and sexual assault early Thursday morning in Orillia. Police say an unidentified man wearing a black medical mask and dark-colored ski mask broke into a house and sexually assaulted a woman. Investigators believe the suspect may be responsible for several other … Read more

Ontario records the highest number of new COVID-19 cases in six months, 58 in Ottawa

Ontario records the highest number of new COVID-19 cases in six months, 58 in Ottawa

OTTAWA – Public Health Ontario reports 58 new cases of COVID-19 in Ottawa, as the province reports more than 1,000 new cases for the first time in six months. Ontario health officials reported 1,031 new cases in Ontario on Friday, the most since May 30. Ottawa had 62 new cases on Thursday, mostly since early … Read more

COVID-19 Ontario: More than 1,000 new cases, four more deaths

COVID-19 Ontario: More than 1,000 new cases, four more deaths

TORONTO – Ontario health officials are reporting more than 1,000 new COVID-19 cases for the first time since late spring. The province on Friday confirmed 1,031 new cases of the new coronavirus. The last time the province reported more than 1,000 new cases in a single day was on May 30, when 1,033 new cases … Read more