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Royal Winnipeg Ballet plans for in-person performances starting in October

Royal Winnipeg Ballet dancers could soon hear the hushed sounds of people in the seats as the company plans to raise the curtain before...

Jeffrey Toobin returns to CNN in first appearance since Zoom call incident

CNN legal analyst Jeffrey Toobin returned to the network Thursday for the first time in more than seven months, when he exposed himself on a...

India blocks Canadian bhangra-rap star Jazzy B’s Twitter account after he supports farm protests

Surrey's Jaswinder Singh Bains — known internationally as Jazzy B — says he was shocked when messages began coming in over the past...

B.C. movie theatres get ready to reopen Tuesday

Those yearning for popcorn and the luxury of watching the latest blockbuster on the big screen, take heart. Movie theatres across B.C....

MuchMusic is relaunching on TikTok as a ‘digital first’ network

The once-massive music broadcaster MuchMusic is making a comeback — though this time, the relaunch won't be televised.  In a Thursday press...

To Kill a Mockingbird is returning to Broadway with original stars

Fans of the Broadway adaptation of To Kill a Mockingbird will get a treat when the show restarts this fall, with two of the...

Health News

Quebec imposes curfew as part of 4-week lockdown

The Quebec government is imposing an overnight curfew and extending the closure of non-essential businesses for a month in an effort to slow the...

Why Canada’s seniors need the coronavirus vaccine so urgently

The rising number of people testing positive for COVID-19 in Canada, coupled with the new threat from mutant variants, makes it more urgent...

106-year-old Sask. woman survives brush with COVID-19

When Beverly Smith heard that her 106-year-old mother had been diagnosed with COVID-19, she was incredibly worried. Last month, she was told...

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Sports News

Leafs sign forward Jimmy Vesey to one-year contract

The Toronto Maple Leafs signed forward Jimmy Vesey to a one-year contract on Sunday evening. The contract is valued at $900,000 US....

NFL does major juggling of schedule due to coronavirus

The NFL has juggled its regular-season schedule due to coronavirus outbreaks with the Tennessee Titans and New England Patriots. Nine teams are...

Lakers romp to record-tying 17th championship to end season like no other

The ultimate anguish. The ultimate joy. This season, for LeBron James and the Los Angeles Lakers, had it all. And it ended...

Taylor Hall to join Sabres on 1-year, $8M deal: report

Taylor Hall is betting on himself and choosing a surprising destination. Hall agreed Sunday night to sign an $8 million US, one-year...

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Lifestyle News

Royal Winnipeg Ballet plans for in-person performances starting in October

Royal Winnipeg Ballet dancers could soon hear the hushed sounds of people in the seats as the company plans to raise the curtain before...

Jeffrey Toobin returns to CNN in first appearance since Zoom call incident

CNN legal analyst Jeffrey Toobin returned to the network Thursday for the first time in more than seven months, when he exposed himself on a...

India blocks Canadian bhangra-rap star Jazzy B’s Twitter account after he supports farm protests

Surrey's Jaswinder Singh Bains — known internationally as Jazzy B — says he was shocked when messages began coming in over the past...

B.C. movie theatres get ready to reopen Tuesday

Those yearning for popcorn and the luxury of watching the latest blockbuster on the big screen, take heart. Movie theatres across B.C....

MuchMusic is relaunching on TikTok as a ‘digital first’ network

The once-massive music broadcaster MuchMusic is making a comeback — though this time, the relaunch won't be televised.  In a Thursday press...

To Kill a Mockingbird is returning to Broadway with original stars

Fans of the Broadway adaptation of To Kill a Mockingbird will get a treat when the show restarts this fall, with two of the...

Health News

Quebec imposes curfew as part of 4-week lockdown

The Quebec government is imposing an overnight curfew and extending the closure of non-essential businesses for a month in an effort to slow the...

Why Canada’s seniors need the coronavirus vaccine so urgently

The rising number of people testing positive for COVID-19 in Canada, coupled with the new threat from mutant variants, makes it more urgent...

106-year-old Sask. woman survives brush with COVID-19

When Beverly Smith heard that her 106-year-old mother had been diagnosed with COVID-19, she was incredibly worried. Last month, she was told...

World News

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Sports News

Leafs sign forward Jimmy Vesey to one-year contract

The Toronto Maple Leafs signed forward Jimmy Vesey to a one-year contract on Sunday evening. The contract is valued at $900,000 US....

NFL does major juggling of schedule due to coronavirus

The NFL has juggled its regular-season schedule due to coronavirus outbreaks with the Tennessee Titans and New England Patriots. Nine teams are...

Lakers romp to record-tying 17th championship to end season like no other

The ultimate anguish. The ultimate joy. This season, for LeBron James and the Los Angeles Lakers, had it all. And it ended...

Taylor Hall to join Sabres on 1-year, $8M deal: report

Taylor Hall is betting on himself and choosing a surprising destination. Hall agreed Sunday night to sign an $8 million US, one-year...

Latest Reviews

Garnier SkinActive Moisture Bomb The Super Hydrating Sheet Mask – Soothing, 6 Count

Price: (as of - Details) The Soothing Super Hydrating Sheet Mask intensely hydrates and soothes skin. This water-based hydrating facial mask with Hyaluronic...

Spa Essentials 32130000 Chlorinating Concentrate Granules for Spas and Hot Tubs, 2-Pound

Price: (as of - Details) Spa Essentials Chlorinating Concentrate is a spa and hot tub sanitizer. Customers prefer this product because it is...

Neutrogena Triple Moisture Deep Recovery Hair Mask Moisturizer for Extra Dry Hair, Damaged & Over-Processed Hair, Hydrating Hair Treatment with Olive, Meadowfoam & Sweet...

Price: (as of - Details) Rehabilitate and restore your hair with Neutrogena Triple Moisture Deep Recovery Hair Mask. Specially formulated for extra-dry or...

Business News

How a worldwide subscription scam network was traced back to Montreal

A Montreal-based marketing firm is at the heart of a scheme involving a massive network of streaming websites that has scammed thousands of internet...

When international travel resumes, Canada’s borders and airports will be very different

Just as the 9/11 attacks did 20 years ago, the COVID-19 pandemic will transform the way people travel internationally — with hundreds of millions...

Is a summer hiring spree coming as COVID restrictions ease? Depends on who you ask

When Betty Lou's Library was shuttered during pandemic restrictions last year, it wasn't just the hit to the cash register that hurt the...

‘A great day’: Electronic logging devices becoming mandatory in semi trucks in Canada to combat driver fatigue

A new era in highway safety regulation begins in Canada on Saturday as electronic logging devices that track a driver's hours behind the wheel...

Cruise lines say no change in sailing plans after new COVID-19 cases

Royal Caribbean Group and Carnival Corporation will push ahead with a return to cruises this summer despite two guests onboard Royal Caribbean's Celebrity...
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A Montreal-based marketing firm is at the heart of a scheme involving a massive network of streaming websites that has scammed thousands of internet...

Technology

How a 1950s experiment brought foam igloos to Kinngait, Nunavut

In the black-and-white photos in Canada's national archives, it looks just like an igloo on Kinngait's rocky shores. But something is off:...

Some climate change fixes could drive extinctions, UN warns

To save the planet, the world needs to tackle the crises of climate change and species loss together, taking measures that fix both...

Chinese rover and lander pose for portraits on Mars

The dusty, rocky Martian surface and a Chinese rover and lander bearing small national flags were seen in photos released Friday that the...

Canada’s Constitution should include right to healthy environment, argues new book

Hello, Earthlings! This is our weekly newsletter on all things environmental, where we highlight trends and solutions that are moving us to a more...

Health & Fitness

Quebec imposes curfew as part of 4-week lockdown

The Quebec government is imposing an overnight curfew and extending the closure of non-essential businesses for a month in an effort to slow the...

Why Canada’s seniors need the coronavirus vaccine so urgently

The rising number of people testing positive for COVID-19 in Canada, coupled with the new threat from mutant variants, makes it more urgent...

106-year-old Sask. woman survives brush with COVID-19

When Beverly Smith heard that her 106-year-old mother had been diagnosed with COVID-19, she was incredibly worried. Last month, she was told...

Family of B.C. leukemia patient worries they’re being overlooked in COVID-19 vaccine plan

When Lucy Andersen returns from her hospital stay later this month, her immune system will still be recovering from multiple rounds of chemotherapy,...

Architecture

How a worldwide subscription scam network was traced back to Montreal

A Montreal-based marketing firm is at the heart of a scheme involving a massive network of streaming websites that has scammed thousands of internet...

When international travel resumes, Canada’s borders and airports will be very different

Just as the 9/11 attacks did 20 years ago, the COVID-19 pandemic will transform the way people travel internationally — with hundreds of millions...

Is a summer hiring spree coming as COVID restrictions ease? Depends on who you ask

When Betty Lou's Library was shuttered during pandemic restrictions last year, it wasn't just the hit to the cash register that hurt the...
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How a worldwide subscription scam network was traced back to Montreal

A Montreal-based marketing firm is at the heart of a scheme involving a massive network of streaming websites that has scammed thousands of internet...

When international travel resumes, Canada’s borders and airports will be very different

Just as the 9/11 attacks did 20 years ago, the COVID-19 pandemic will transform the way people travel internationally — with hundreds of millions...

Is a summer hiring spree coming as COVID restrictions ease? Depends on who you ask

When Betty Lou's Library was shuttered during pandemic restrictions last year, it wasn't just the hit to the cash register that hurt the...

How a 1950s experiment brought foam igloos to Kinngait, Nunavut

In the black-and-white photos in Canada's national archives, it looks just like an igloo on Kinngait's rocky shores. But something is off:...

‘A great day’: Electronic logging devices becoming mandatory in semi trucks in Canada to combat driver fatigue

A new era in highway safety regulation begins in Canada on Saturday as electronic logging devices that track a driver's hours behind the wheel...

Cruise lines say no change in sailing plans after new COVID-19 cases

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Some climate change fixes could drive extinctions, UN warns

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‘Unacceptable environmental effects’: New federal policy restricts thermal coal

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