A full-patch member of the Hells Angels and three other men have been charged with illegal gambling after an investigation by B.C.’s anti-gang agency. The Combined Forces Special Enforcement Unit searched Big Shots Café, at 3980 East Hastings St. in Burnaby, on July 4, area residents told Postmedia at the...
For those that love to shop, there are no bigger events than Black Friday and Cyber Monday. Whether it’s for your loved ones or yourself, there’s nothing more exciting than scoring huge bargains and discounts on your favourite brands. And with the shopping extravaganza just days away (with some retailers already...
The Nunavut government says despite "fiscal challenges" and the on-going COVID-19 pandemic — which has forced residents into lockdown mode twice now — the territory maintains a "strong" credit rating. The announcement in a government news release Thursday morning is based on a report from the credit rating agency DBRS...
Another 10 Manitobans with COVID-19 have died and health officials reported 383 new infections Thursday. The latest cases bring the province’s total number of cases to 15,288 and 266 deaths from the virus have been reported since March. Hospitalization rates continued to climb Thursday with 307 reported, up from the previous...
Ontario reported 1,478 new cases of people with COVID-19 on Thursday and 21 deaths. The number of daily new cases in the province has hovered between 1,200 and a high of 1,588 for the last 10 days as the province battles the second wave of the pandemic. Most of the new...
Two Edmonton businesses have been ordered to close for violating COVID-19 public health guidelines. One order from Alberta Health Services, dated Nov. 24, said Crown Lounge in Edmonton must close immediately. Inspectors found that the lounge, at 8122 101 Street, was not providing for physical distancing between customers, staff and patrons...
The Government of Alberta declared a state of public health emergency on Tuesday, November 24, 2020, and announced new measures aimed at curbing the spread of COVID-19. The enhanced public health measures place new, stricter restrictions on businesses and social gatherings in the province. Business restrictions Effective Friday, November 27, 2020,...
Quebec reported 32 more deaths attributed to the novel coronavirus on Thursday and 1,464 new infections — the highest daily total of new cases since the pandemic began. Health Minister Christian Dube said on Twitter that the jump in case numbers shows that the battle against the virus is "far...
To listen to Justin Trudeau in the House of Commons the last few days, you would think Donald Trump was our prime minister responding to questions about Canada’s vaccine plan. Apparently, we have the biggest plan and the best plan, just turns out it will also be a late plan. In...
Electronic road signs near Jasper, Alberta, are now warning Canadians not to let moose lick their cars, and no, it's not a prank. Moose are getting way too close to cars to get that tasty, tasty road salt and Parks Canada authorities say it's best not to indulge them....