Thunder Bay’s Magnus Theatre says feedback from its patrons will guide it as it navigates uncharted waters, and strives to imagine its future reopening in the wake of the COVID-19 pandemic.
With continued closure of parks due to COVID-19, one Yellowknife MLA is wondering what is being done to ensure people are respecting the land while “freelance” camping.
The city says this will not be the market as usual.
As B.C. marks two weeks since businesses began reopening and people started expanded their social circles, health officials are waiting to see if there’s been a spike in COVID-19 infections.
Edmonton craft beer scene was taking off before the pandemic hit, but then when business shut down the demand for local beer did too. Craft breweries didn’t give up though, they turned to business online and the sales started flowing, as local beer started getting delivered right to people’s doors.
After more than a decade in the works, a new carbon capture project in Alberta is now operational with lofty goals of sequestering large amounts of emissions, while also helping to revitalize the oil industry in the central part of the province.
A Montreal borough has made masks mandatory in indoor public spaces and movie production are resuming across the province this month.
Walmart says it will begin closing its Tire, Lube and Express businesses in stores across Canada.
The mayors of Yellowknife and Fort Smith say fast-tracked federal infrastructure money won’t cover communities losses due to COVID-19.
April was cruel. So was May. Through the height of the outbreak during those months, a Londoner was dying almost every day. Over 61 days, there were 52 covid-related deaths. So many, funeral director Steve Masters took his first vacation in five years.
As promised by June 1, UNB and Mount Allison University have now released their fall academic plans. And as expected, both will rely heavily on virtual learning to comply with public health rules around physical distancing.
Windsor police constable Arjei Franklin admits he can’t bring himself to watch the bystander video of Minneapolis police officer Derek Chauvin kneeling on the neck of 46-year-old George Floyd, killing the unarmed black man in the process. On Friday, he posted his reaction to the incident online.
Rides on the Muskeg Express, the bumper cars at Chippewa Park or taking a dip at an outdoor pool will have to wait until next summer.
On a sunny Saturday in downtown St. John’s leather jackets, revving engines and a whole lot of chrome filled the street.
A 20-year-old Thunder Bay man is facing charges after fleeing from police, and then getting arrested while attempting to retrieve his vehicle from an impound lot a few days later.
Nancy Vail says she was put in several uncomfortable situations when one of her roommates let people into their house in April, defying public health orders. She says she was particularly worried about contracting the illness, as her age group and health conditions put her at higher risk.
Moncton plans to make a portion of its Main Street through downtown one-way starting later this month until the end of October.
A Winnipeg man says he feels lucky police were seconds away after a Sunday afternoon bus ride with his grandkids turned deadly when a man was stabbed on board and died.
Winnipeg is one of the largest cities in North America — if not the largest — to so far sail through the public health crisis with few cases of the disease, almost fully functional hospitals and an economy where only a handful of remaining businesses are not allowed to reopen.
Waverely West councillor Janice Lukes has written an open letter parents about street racing and lost half of a hundred signs saying “slow down” to theft and vandalism.
As other businesses struggle to stay afloat, B.C. boat brokers say they are seeing record sales and running low on stock, as sailors of all stripes and experience explore safe ways to get in a little recreation during the COVID-19 pandemic.
Teachers can return to the classroom in a limited way, and what Phase 3 of reopening P.E.I. looked like.
In ten years, cricket in St. John’s has gone from a thrown together match to a thriving year-round community keeping players in the province.
It’s a tale of two cities: the country needs migrant farm workers to keep food on Canadians’ tables, and migrant workers value the opportunity to do the grunt work in order to provide a better livelihood for their families back home. But now, more than 180 migrant workers have contracted COVID-19.
Farmers are used to dealing with fickle weather and volatile markets, but this spring those with young children are struggling to manage their farms and look after their families.
Canada’s health system is facing unrelenting attacks from cybercriminals, prompting calls for Ottawa to develop national cybersecurity standards for the sector and for an influx of money from the federal government to deal with the issue.
Students at Acadia University in Wolfville, N.S., could be returning to campus this fall amid the COVID-19 pandemic.
Teachers on P.E.I. can now meet with students in their classrooms, as the province implements Phase 3 of its plan to ease pandemic restrictions two weeks earlier than initially planned. The union representing teachers however says returning earlier than the original June 15 date, puts added pressure on educators.
WorkSafeNB has signed off on a move to bring a group of Nova Scotia boilermakers to Nackawic for a maintenance project at the AV Group mill. The workers are not required to self-isolate for 14 days.
Chika Stacy Oriuwa has wanted to be a doctor since she was a young child. On Tuesday, she will be the faculty’s first black woman valedictorian and the first woman in 14 years to receive the honour.
A new store has opened in the Sudbury Arena where the city’s homeless can shop for free clothes and hygiene products. It’s called Homeless of Champions.
Wedding vendors on the northeast Avalon say most of their clients have already rebooked their summer ceremonies for 2021 and 2022 — leaving this year’s schedule empty.
New Brunswick set COVID-19 testing records Friday, Saturday and then again on Sunday in the fight to kill a virus outbreak in Restigouche County.