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LIVE: Monday, June 1, 2020 Newfoundland and Labrador COVID-19 update
ST. JOHN'S — Daily news briefing at 2:00 p.m. for the Newfoundland and Labrador Monday, June 1, 2020 COVID-19 update. Friday, May 29, 2020 Wednesday, May 27, 2020 Monday, May 25, 2020 Friday, ...
Bonavista RCMP investigate fatal single-vehicle collision north of Newman’s Cove
Following a collision north of Newman’s Cove last week, a 61-year-old Bonavista man — the driver and only occupant of the vehicle — is deceased, the Royal Canadian Mounted Police said Monday. At about 1:50 p.m. Thursday, ...
Trudeau to announce more COVID-19 relief and this time it will go to cities
OTTAWA – Canada’s big cities will get a lifeline from the Trudeau government Monday, with an announcement of billions of dollars in help. Prime Minister Justin Trudeau is expected to announce the aid package for municipalities across ...
Labrador MHA concerned about firefighting removal at Wabush airport
Labrador West MHA Jordan Brown sent a letter to Transport Canada Minister Marc Garneau on May 25 asking that the minister intervene to stop the removal of firefighting services at the Wabush Regional Airport. Brown said he’s concerned about ...
Inside the minds of incels: Experts seek to short-circuit the spiral from loneliness to loathing to violence
Almost three hours into his interrogation by Toronto police, the man who purposely crashed a van into pedestrians along a crowded Toronto sidewalk explained his motive, his dogma. Likely meant as a solemn homily, the words instead push the detective ...
Conception Bay South senior faced long wait for travel insurance claim
At 82 and coping with a health struggle, Ray Rose could put $1,000 to better use than waiting to use a travel bank credit for a future trip that seems unlikely. The Conception Bay South man contacted The Telegram after reading stories about travel ...
'I don't want to leave': Repeat flooding could force Saskatoon woman out of home she's had for 44 years
Mabel Wiley remembers when she bought her house on Avenue E almost 44 years ago, because she got it the same time her granddaughter was born. But after the third flood in less than 15 months has ruined her basement again, Wiley is afraid ...
Fire department ends birthday greeting celebrations
The wildly popular and uplifting drive-by birthday program put on by the Calgary Fire Department is now over. The City of Calgary initiative started in early April during the COVID-19 outbreak as a way for children, between the ages of four and ...
Nova Scotia researcher leads study into anesthesia, patients' priorities
As someone who’s undergone 14 surgeries, Linda Wilhelm knows her stuff when it comes to recovering from these procedures. The Hampton, N.B., woman had her first operation related to rheumatoid arthritis in 1998, when she had a total hip ...
COVID-19 restrictions could derail Canada's immigration-fuelled growth strategy, RBC report warns
OTTAWA — The travel and border restrictions currently in place due to COVID-19 risk derailing Canada’s strategy of growing the economy through high levels of immigration, says a new report from RBC Economics. The effect on Canada’s economy will ...