An Australian man who suffered life-altering injuries after a fall in Grouse Mountain’s snowboard park has been granted the right to sue the mountain by the B.C. Court of Appeal. The B.C. Supreme Court dismissed his lawsuit in June, but a three-judge panel overturned that decision earlier this week. Jason Apps...
Six more people have died in Alberta after contracting COVID-19, increasing the province’s death toll to 112, according to chief medical officer of health Dr. Deena Hinshaw. On Wednesday, it was also announced that another death has been linked to the Cargill meat processing plant in High River. A Cargill...
The Nova Scotia government announced four new deaths related to COVID-19 on Thursday, all of which are connected to long-term care homes. Three of the deaths happened at Halifax-based Northwood, while the other was at Harbourstone Enhanced Care in Sydney. The new deaths raise the province's total to 16. "We want...
Schools in Ontario, Canada's most populous province, will remain closed for the rest of the school year through the end of June, due to the COVID-19 pandemic, Premier Doug Ford said on Tuesday. All provincial schools were shut in mid-March in an effort to contain the new coronavirus, which has...
Dr. David Williams, Ontario’s chief medical officer of health, said he is “cautiously optimistic” about the community spread in the province, after seeing a levelling of the curve, but the province hasn’t started seeing the curve come down the other side. He added the province is looking at what the...
Quebec health authorities have reported that they’ve completed 14,572 tests in a 24-hour stretch. It means for the first time, Canada’s worst-hit province has surpassed its goal of 14,000 tests a day, which was set May 1. There’s a two-day delay in Quebec’s testing statistics, therefore the 14,572 stat is for...
The sole occupant of a small plane performing in the Smith Fall Fair in northern Alberta has died after the aircraft crashed. Just after noon Saturday, Slave Lake officers were called to the fair after an incident at the air show. Two small planes were performing acrobatic manoeuvres when one...
At least 18 people, including an RCMP officer and the suspect, have died after a shooting rampage in Nova Scotia over the weekend, marking the worst mass shooting in Canada’s history. On Monday, Prime Minister Justin Trudeau confirmed that at least 18 individuals died in the shooting, providing his condolences...
Three more people have been diagnosed in New Brunswick, all in the Fredericton region, bringing the province’s case count to 98. The individuals range in age from 20-59 years old. Among the province’s total cases, 57 are linked to travel, 31 to close contacts that are infected with COVID-19, four to...
A young couple and their dog were lucky to be spotted by search crews Thursday after spending a week stuck in the backcountry. On Thursday, Mounties from the Columbia Valley and Kimberley RCMP detachments put out a notice asking the public for help locating Catherine Gibbons, 22, and Damon Brodeur,...