Kingston, Ont. community mourns for 10-year-old student killed in fatal collision – Kingston | The Canadian News

Flowers appeared today at the scene of Monday’s fatal collision near Mother Teresa Catholic Elementary School, where the community grieves the death of 10-year-old Xóchitl Azul Rivera. Kingston Police has the unfortunate news to pass along to the community that a 10-year-old student from Mother Teresa Catholic Elementary School has passed away and succumbed to […]

As heart complications rise, Canadian hospitals might buckle, experts say – Winnipeg | The Canadian News

Heart failure is on the rise and the majority of Canadian hospitals are not prepared. A new report from the Heart and Stroke Foundation said hospitals across Canada have postponed hundreds of thousands of surgeries, procedures and treatment consultations for heart patients. 2:08‘People like me should have died’: Survey outlines pandemic’s impact on heart disease, […]

COVID-19: Ontario churches’ constitutional challenge hears from attorney general | The Canadian News

Ontario’s Ministry of the Attorney General was given a chance to respond on Tuesday to arguments made by lawyers representing a pair of churches that are challenging the constitutionality of gathering restrictions implemented during the COVID-19 pandemic. The churches, Church of God in Aylmer and Trinity Bible Chapel in Waterloo, argue indoor and outdoor gathering […]

Campaign launched to fund relocation of fugitive slave chapel to Fanshawe Pioneer Village – London | The Canadian News

A fundraising effort has been launched to help save and restore London’s historic fugitive slave chapel and relocate it to Fanshawe Pioneer Village (FPV) from its current home in the city’s SoHo neighborhood. Officials with FPV announced the fundraising campaign on Tuesday, the first day of Black History Month, stating that the building’s condition was […]

Lighthouse management fired as Saskatoon shelter experiences ‘operational challenges’ – Saskatoon | The Canadian News

At least five members of the management team at the Lighthouse Supported Living have been dismissed from their roles at the Saskatoon shelter, sources have confirmed. Letters dated Feb. 1 provided to Global News indicate the employees have been “terminated, without cause, with immediate effect.” The correspondence was signed by Jerome Hepfner and Twila Reddekopp, […]

Kingston, Ont. chapter of Habitat for Humanity victim of theft, $ 4K in tools stolen – Kingston | The Canadian News

Habitat for Humanity Kingston Limestone Region is dealing with a construction setback. Cathy Borowec, CEO of the charitable organization, says $ 4,000 in tools were stolen from their east-end construction site over the weekend. “They took the batteries and chargers that go with the tools that are missing and also our brand new first-aid supplies,” […]

Review | Review: Toufah Jarrow stood up to a dictator, launched an African #MeToo Movement, all while working in a Toronto call center to pay the bills

In this age of Rose McGowan, E. Jean Carroll, Annie Farmer and Virginia Giuffre, Toufah Jarrow’s sounds maddeningly familiar. But because Toufah’s untried and unconvicted accused rapist was not just a powerful man, but the most powerful man in her home country of The Gambia, she had to face challenges few others ever do. It […]

Electric reform goes: Manuel Bartlett

The General Director of the Federal Electricity Commission (CFE), Manuel Bartlett, has ensured that the electrical reform around existing contracts between the state-owned company and the private companies to which privileges have been granted in previous administrations will continue until legislative approval. , so that these companies do not take over an electricity market worth […]

Survey shows that these Canadian cities have lost green spaces amid urbanization | The Canadian News

Joni Mitchell was right – they are really paving the way for paradise and setting up parking lots. Statistics Canada’s first survey of urban green space shows that, as the singer-songwriter warned, cities across the country are getting grayer and browner. Read more: Quebec environmentalists claim victory after plugging Technoparc plant development “We have seen […]