‘We need it back’: GoFundMe seeks to replace heaters stolen from Hess Village restaurant veranda – Hamilton | The Canadian News

The halt to COVID pandemic was difficult for Hamilton’s small businesses, but a restaurant in Hess Village suffered another setback. In an Instagram post Wednesday, Electric dining room in George Street said all four heaters for their outdoor patio were stolen, leaving them with an unheated tent during the coldest nights of the year while […]

TFJA confirms that Tijuana’s Agua Caliente racetrack owes the treasury more than 1 000 million pesos

The Federal Court of Administrative Justice (TFJA) recognizes the validity of the decision of the Baja California Legal Decentralized Administrator “2” of the General Legal Administration of the Tax Administration Service, according to which the Agua Caliente Racecourse, in Tijuana, must pay more than 1 000 million pesos to the treasury. With seven votes in […]

Kingston, Ont. residents say snow removal scam left them without service, despite taking their money – Kingston | The Canadian News

Shovelling by hand isn’t how Kingston, Ont. resident Jammie To expected to be spending the snowy months. To hired Richardson Services, a general contracting and snow removal business, on Dec. 6 to remove snow from her property until April 16. “He told me that they have a business license, that the price includes HST, that […]

COVID-19: Martensville and Warman High School Move to Online Learning – Saskatoon | The Canadian News

Two high schools within the Prairie Spirit School Division (PSSD) in Saskatchewan will switch to online learning from Thursday 20 January due to increasing COVID-19 cases. Students at Martensville High School and Warman High School will temporarily learn through remote classes. The PSSD sent a letter to parents and guardians informing them of the decision. […]

Identifying Mental Health Support for Farmers and Farmers: SaskPolytech | The Canadian News

The stress of farming and farming comes with challenges that are beyond the producer’s control. According to Saskatchewan Polytechnic, the challenges are weather, pests, diseases, high input costs and volatile markets. To determine what mental health support is needed, a January 2021 research project was launched to determine key features. Read more: Partnership between Sask […]

Saskatchewan NDP calls government approach to Saskatoon SPCA ‘terribly inadequate’ – Saskatoon | The Canadian News

The Saskatchewan government’s funding approach to the Saskatoon SPCA does not have common sense and compassion, according to a member of the official opposition. The Saskatoon SPCA told the Ministry of Agriculture on Monday that it will stop investigating reports of animal cruelty and neglect with effect from 1 April. The SPCA’s executive director mentioned […]

KFL & A Public Health Issues Cold Weather Warning for Tamworth, Sydenham, South Frontenac – Kingston | The Canadian News

With weather forecasts requiring cold temperatures below -30C in Tamworth, Sydenham and South Frontenac, a cold weather health warning is being issued by the region’s health unit. Kingston, Frontenac, Lennox and Addington (KFL&A) Public Health issue the warning from Thursday morning to Friday morning. Read more: Sleeping cabins at the Portsmouth Olympic Harbor site are […]

40 doctors in Ontario currently under investigation for COVID-19 issues: College | The Canadian News

More than 40 doctors are currently being investigated by the College of Physicians and Surgeons of Ontario (CPSO) for promoting unproven treatments for COVID-19 or sharing unverified information about its vaccines, Global News may reveal. The revelation comes after Ontario Health Minister Christine Elliott publicly urged the CPSO to crack down on a group of […]

COVID-19: Active cases in Peterborough dropped to 569 with 315 more resolved – Peterborough | The Canadian News

Peterborough Public Health has reported 54 new cases of COVID-19, but active cases are still declining, according to data released late Wednesday afternoon. The health unit’s COVID tracker, issued at 4:17 p.m., reported 569 active cases, down from 830 reported Tuesday and 1,102 reported Monday in Peterborough, Peterborough County, Curve Lake First Nation and Hiawatha […]