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There's uncertainty for some served eviction notices at various tents sites in Halifax. Monday is the deadline the city has given those staying at sites such as Grand Parade and Victoria Park to move. Steve Wilsack is a volunteer and has been helping the homeless through the winter, and he's entirely not sure what to e...
31m ago
An investigation is underway into the second workplace death in a week in our province. The latest happened in Mulgrave when a crew member died after an incident on fishing boat owned by Clearwater Seafoods. The vessel Anne Risley was undergoing annual maintenance last Thursday when the death occurred. Details surround...
10h ago
Six high school basketball teams are ending the weekend as provincial champions. For three of those teams, it is the first time they won their respective titles. The Final 12 took place at TD Station in Saint John on Friday night and Saturday. St. Malachy's Memorial High of Saint John won its first AAA girls provincial...
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The Beaver Brae Broncos upset the defending champion Fort Frances Muskies 5-4 at the Ice for Kids Arena in Fort Frances to win the NorWOSSA boys hockey championship for the first time in eleven years. The win sends the Kenora high school to the Ontario Federation of School Athletic Associations' AA boys hockey champion...
Feb 25, 2024
The St. Thomas Aquinas Saints have won their first-ever NorWOSSA championship in girls hockey. A 4-0 win at the Ice for Kids Arena in Fort Frances on Saturday afternoon sends the Kenora team to the Ontario Federation of School Athletic Association's AA girls hockey championship, beginning March 19th in Brooklin, north ...
Feb 24, 2024
High school skiers from northwestern Ontario were shutout from the medal podium at the Ontario Federation of School Athletic Association's Nordic Skiing championships in Lakefield, Ontario. Gavin Berube from Ignace High School was tenth in the senior boys open race, finishing 2 minutes and 30 seconds behind the first-p...
Feb 24, 2024
The International Falls Broncos earned a split on the basketball court against Deer River on Friday. The varsity team lost 100-59, while the junior varsity squad was victorious in their game, beating the Warriors 69-49. Andy Davenport led the led the juniors with 20 points. Kingston Jean chipped in 11, and Isaac Emerso...
Feb 24, 2024
Environment Canada has released an advisory for mainland Nova Scotia, warning of an imminent flash freeze. Following heavy rainfall, temperatures are forecasted to plummet rapidly throughout Saturday. Anticipated to reach approximately -11°C by evening, untreated surfaces including roads, walkways, and parking lots...
Feb 24, 2024 Idibal / CC
Some Dieppe residents will have to boil their water before consuming it. The city issued a boil water order after a water main break on Amirault Street on Saturday morning. Crews were on site and water was temporarily shut off while crews made repairs. This order affects residents in the areas of 1951 to 2685 Amirault,...
Feb 24, 2024 Clint Budd / CC
Two youths have been arrested by OPP in connection with an incident in Sioux Lookout. OPP say officers responded to an incident involving a weapon in an alleyway. Their investigation led to them discovering a number of vehicles were damaged, and an individual was assaulted. A 14-year-old was charged with two counts of ...
Feb 24, 2024
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