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Former city councillor buys Prince George’s last newspaper

By Staff The Canadian Press Posted February 5, 2024 10:29 am 1 min read Descrease article font size Increase article font size A former Prince George city councillor has purchased the city’s only newspaper after watching multiple outlets in other British Columbia Interior communities shut down last year. Cameron Stolz is …

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Sask. school lunch hour supervision to be disrupted as part of teacher job action

Descrease article font size Increase article font size Noon-hour supervision is being withdrawn for one day in schools across Saskatchewan on Thursday. The Saskatchewan Teachers’ Federation said teachers will not be available to supervise students who are eating lunch at school or taking part in noon-hour activities, adding that the …

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Manitoban breast cancer survivor shares importance of early detection

On World Cancer Day this Sunday, advocates worldwide raise awareness for prevention and ongoing research. Manitoban Aimee Heroux, a breast cancer survivor, shares her story emphasizing the importance of early detection. Heroux says she always knew she had a family history of breast cancer which led her to get regular …

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Saskatoon morning news rewind: Monday, Feb. 5 – Saskatoon

Behind the scenes at VIDO, 25th Street Theatre on the road with Luna, and agriculture drought concerns. Here’s your morning rewind for the Monday, Feb. 5, edition of Global News Morning Saskatoon. VIDO’s role with the Coalition for Epidemic Preparedness Innovations The Coalition for Epidemic Preparedness Innovations (CEPI) is the …

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Ontario man charged with 1st-degree murder after missing friend turns up dead

Ontario Provincial Police have upgraded the charges against a 25-year-old man to first degree murder after his friend was reported missing and later found dead earlier last month. On Jan., 21, Gabriel DiCecco, from the Township of Adjala-Tosorontio, was arrested and charged under the Criminal Code for obstructing a peace …

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Woman walking her dog seriously injured after being hit by vehicle in Markham – Toronto

York Regional Police say a woman who was walking her dog has serious injuries after she was hit by a vehicle in Markham on Monday morning. The pedestrian-involved collision occurred on Fincham Avenue, near Ninth Line and 16th Avenue, at around 8:30 a.m. Police said a woman, who they describe …

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Sean Monahan to step up on faceoffs for Jets after trade from Canadiens – Winnipeg

Acquiring a player who can win the majority of his faceoffs should pay dividends for the Winnipeg Jets. Sean Monahan was traded from the Montreal Canadiens to Winnipeg on Friday for a first-round draft selection in 2024 and a conditional pick in 2027. Monahan, who is also expected to improve …

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