Grouse Grind closed due to heavy snow

The popular Grouse Grind trail in North Vancouver has been closed due to heavy snow. Metro Vancouver announced Monday morning, warning of the uncertain conditions. “For your safety, for the park staff and first aiders, please respect the closure,” the Metro Vancouver Regional District said in a tweet. “Parker staff will assess daily and advise … Read more

Victim from Amherst, NS, shooting dies at hospital

HALIFAX – Police in Amherst, NS, are investigating a shooting that left a person dead on Monday afternoon. The Amherst Police Department says they were called to a residence on Bayview Drive at about 6 p.m. 14 on 8 November. Police say when they arrived, they found a victim suffering from a gunshot wound. Police … Read more

Remembrance Day 2021: Two new Ottawa streets are to be named after local veterans

OTTAWA – The city of Ottawa pays tribute to two local World War II veterans by naming streets in their honor. During a special ceremony at City Hall to mark Veteran’s Week in the capital, Mayor Jim Watson announced that Lieutenant Colonel David Wiens and Squadron Leader Dr. Jean Davey wanted streets named after him. … Read more

Gatineau man faces gun charges after traffic jam in Kingston

OTTAWA – A 35-year-old Gatineau man faces more than two dozen charges after Kingston police say they pulled him over with a loaded gun on Highway 401. The traffic stop happened on Sunday morning just after 7.30, OPP said in a press release. Police say Bryan Morgan faces several charges of weapons, including possession of … Read more

Police officers seen posing for pictures with dead bodies have been suspended

Two Vancouver police officers caught on video posing with a corpse and snapping pictures have been found guilty of discredited behavior. According to the Police Complaints Commissioner’s office, the two male officers have been suspended for an undisclosed period. In February, videographer Zachary Ratcliffe came to the scene while walking by Third Beach in Stanley … Read more

Education Minister Stephen Lecce is urging Catholic teachers in Toronto to reinstate parent interviews

Toronto Catholic elementary school teachers are engaging in an “unacceptable” job act by not attending parent interviews or filling out report cards, Education Secretary Stephen Lecce said. In a rare move for a provincial education minister, Lecce weighed in on the work of governing the Toronto Catholic District School Board and urged elementary school teachers … Read more

LaGrange defends the value of the K-6 draft curriculum pilot, despite the fact that only two percent of Alberta students participated

Breadcrumb Trail Links Politics Author of the article: Lisa Johnson Education Minister Adriana LaGrange said on Monday, November 8, 2021, that she is convinced that Alberta’s K-6 draft curriculum pilot will provide useful feedback despite the fact that only two percent of students participate. Photo by Ian Kucerak /Postmedia Article content Education Minister Adriana LaGrange … Read more

Carleton fungi recalled due to possible Listeria contamination

OTTAWA – Carleton Mushroom is recalling some of its products due to possible Listeria contamination. The recall includes Carleton-labeled sliced ​​white, organic sliced ​​white and sliced ​​cremini mushrooms, as well as PC Organic-branded sliced ​​white mushrooms. The mushrooms were sold in 227 gram packages with a best before date 8 Nov. The Canadian Food Inspection … Read more