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Tahltan Woman Bakes Moose Head By The Traditional Recipe

Noreen Vance is a woman who knows to cook a tasty meal. Noreen and her husband are regularly going to Tahltan wilds to hunt...

The Founding Member of Coteau Books, Dies After A Long Struggle With Parkinson’s Disease

Geoffrey Ursell, the Award-winning Saskatchewan author, playwright, musician, and editor has died at age 77 after losing a long battle with Parkinson's disease. Born...

Nunavut MP, Mumilaaq Qaqqaq, Returns To Parliament After Extended Leave

Nunavut's Member of Parliament, Mumilaaq Qaqqaq, has come back to work after being on extended leave. In an interview with Piya Chattopadhyay, the host...

Alberta Registers 301 New Cases, Ahead Of Plans To Eliminate Step 2 Measures

Alberta registered 301 new infections on Sunday, one day before the government issues a proclamation that would loosen a few public health measures. Currently, the...

Police In Montreal Mount Enforcement Measures Against Health Guideline Violation During March Break

Montreal's police instituted measures to ensure Montrealers follow public health guidelines on social distancing this March Break. Consequently, those planning to go out and enjoy...

No Gatherings, Schools Closed for 72 Hours as P.E.I Moves to Red Zone

Prince Edward Island is prohibiting gatherings and closing schools for the next 72 hours, as well as enforcing stay-at-home measures to the fullest, as...

Halifax Region Tightens COVID-19 Regulations as N.S. Record New three cases

Nova Scotia conducted 4, 839 tests on Saturday and reported three cases of COVID-19 on Sunday. The new cases of the virus come as...

Mourners Remember a Teenager who Died by Suicide on a Sunday Night Vigil

Lexi Daken died on Wednesday by suicide, on Sunday night, cars lined up along the Queen St. in downtown Fredericton for a drive-in vigil....

Health Department Says COVID-19 Isn’t the Primary Cause of New Deaths

There are seven new cases of COVID-19 Newfoundland and Labrador, and another patient that was down with the virus has kicked the bucket on...

Toronto Woman Claims She Was Sexually Harassed by Real Estate Agent While Searching for an Apartment

A woman in Toronto is claiming that she was sexually harassed by a real estate agent during her apartment search in the city. Originally from...

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