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B.C. woman with terminal illness says she has been evicted due to frequent ambulance calls – BC

A woman in Nanaimo, B.C., says she has been evicted from her home with only a few months left to live. Sharon Kowalchuk, who was recently declared palliative by her doctor, received an eviction notice of two weeks from her landlord. Read more: B.C. family takes landlord to court to …

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Port Burwell Public School closed Friday due to power outage – London

In support of #TVDSB’s commitment to ensuring the safety of all staff and students, Port Burwell Public School will be closed today, Friday, February 10 due to a power outage.Students can access independent learning activities from their classroom’s digital platform. pic.twitter.com/iYxP9SpDy2 — Thames Valley DSB (@TVDSB) February 10, 2023 News Source link

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Kingston’s Hotel Dieu postpones appointments due to a burst water pipe – Kingston

A number of appointments at Hotel Dieu Hospital have been postponed due to flooding. Kingston Health Sciences Centre says the burst pipe was discovered early Sunday morning, affecting several areas of the hospital, including the Sydenham, Centenary and Johnson wings. Hospital staff quickly responded to contain the water damage and …

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Kingston’s Hotel Dieu postpones appointments due to a burst water pipe – Kingston

A number of appointments at Hotel Dieu Hospital have been postponed due to flooding. Kingston Health Sciences Centre says the burst pipe was discovered early Sunday morning, affecting several areas of the hospital, including the Sydenham, Centenary and Johnson wings. Hospital staff quickly responded to contain the water damage and …

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RCMP says tips on shady finances ‘may not get investigated’ due to police constraints – National

The RCMP says many tips from Canada’s financial intelligence agency about possible crimes “may not get investigated” due to a lack of policing resources and conflicting priorities. The Mounties make the candid admission in a briefing note prepared for Public Safety Minister Marco Mendicino on the working relationship between the …

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Toronto and Vancouver airports warn of operational impacts due to weather

TORONTO — A major winter storm bearing down on Toronto is adding to the calamity in Canadian airports already plagued by flight cancellations and delays set off early this week by heavy snow in Vancouver. Environment Canada says Toronto’s storm will begin today with rain or snow followed by plummeting …

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Orillia, Ont. mail delivery resumes after delay due to weather – Barrie

Canada Post has resumed deliveries in the Orillia, Ont., region after a day of cancellations. The area was under a red alert by the mail service due to the weather on Monday. Because of the red alert, the national mail delivery service did not send out delivery agents. Trending Now …

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Strong winds expected in parts of Ontario due to cold front

Environment Canada says a cold front causing strong winds is making its way across southern Ontario Saturday morning. Environment Canada advisories for southern and eastern Ontario and parts of northern Ontario warn that winds with gusts up to 90 kilometres per hour are expected, including in the Greater Toronto Area, …

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Number of Canadians relying on charities increasing due to rising cost of living, poll suggests

More Canadians are using services offered by charities to meet essential needs such as food, clothing and shelter, according to a new poll. The Ipsos poll, which was commissioned by CanadaHelps, says 22 per cent of Canadians plan on making use of charitable services, an eight per cent increase over a similar …

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Hockey Canada scandal is not an isolated event. Forceful government action is past due

This column is an opinion by Alison Clement and Sandrine Desforges, Master of Public Policy candidates at the Max Bell School of Public Policy at McGill University. For more information about CBC’s Opinion section, please see the FAQ. Safe and inclusive sports should always be the primary goal ahead of winning medals, gaining sponsorships or …

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