Pender Island restaurant starts fundraiser

Some restaurants hit hard by the pandemic will never open again. One Pender Island institution is hoping to avoid that fate. Source link https://www.ctvnews.ca/polopoly_fs/1.4962221.1590890729!/httpImage/image.jpg_gen/derivatives/landscape_300/image.jpg

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Toronto’s top doctor shares what you need to know about masks amid pandemic

TORONTO — With public health officials at all levels now recommending that people use cloth masks in some situations, Toronto’s medical officer of health

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‘This is a big problem,’ Critics alarmed at Ontario’s cautious approach to testing for virus

TORONTO — Ontario’s overly cautious approach to COVID-19 testing is endangering lives and hindering efforts to rein in soaring infections that are ravaging long-term

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COVID-19: Sask. nurse says limited supply of protective masks puts healthcare workers at risk

SASKATOON — A frontline medical worker says a limited supply of protective medical equipment in the province is endangering health care staff. “It puts

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‘It’s a global problem’: B.C. man returns from Australia after helping animals affected by fires

VANCOUVER — As the world watched while bushfires tore through Australia, a B.C. man sprang into action. Brad Pattison – an author and the

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RCMP seek alleged Calgary police impersonator who visited CrossIron Mills

Airdrie RCMP is investigating a suspicious incident at a CrossIron Mills store where a man allegedly claimed to be a Calgary Police Service officer.

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Hansen Distillery to release first made-in-Edmonton whisky

EDMONTON — An Edmonton distillery will make history next week when it begins to sell its three-year-old whisky. Hansen Distillery opened its doors in

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Union reports FCA layoff, company won’t confirm

WINDSOR — Unifor Local 444 reports its workers at the FCA Windsor Assembly plant face a layoff before the month is out, but the

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‘Wake-up call’: Study suggests kids who drink whole milk may be leaner

TORONTO — A new review of research suggests that Canadian guidelines for child milk consumption could be wrong. Researchers at St. Michael’s Hospital in

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Blades beat Raiders at Sasktel Centre

SASKATOON — The Saskatoon Blades secured a big win on Sunday defeating the Prince Albert Raiders. The Blades managed to put 4 points on

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