Weather appears to be cooperating for Winnipeg’s CFL western final matchup – Winnipeg |

A more traditional winter is coming to Winnipeg, but it appears to be waiting until after Sunday’s big game. The Winnipeg Blue Bombers will host the Saskatchewan Roughriders in the CFL’s West Division final Sunday afternoon. Read more: Bob Irving retiring after almost 50 years as voice of Winnipeg Blue Bombers The matchup will be … Read more

2021 holiday TV: This year’s ultimate guide to Christmas must-sees

Breadcrumb Trail Links Television Author of the article: Mark Daniell Nina Dobrev in Netflix’s Love Hard. Photo by Bettina Strauss /Netflix Reviews and recommendations are unbiased and products are independently selected. Postmedia may earn an affiliate commission from purchases made through links on this page. Article content With the malls finally open again, Santa dusting … Read more

Canucks week ahead: Here’s looking at home cooking

Breadcrumb Trail Links Vancouver Canucks Sports NHL Hockey The Vancouver Canucks’ playoff hopes are flickering. They play almost exclusively at home between now and Christmas, so it’s now or never to make up ground in any post-season pursuit Author of the article: Patrick Johnston Publishing date: Dec 02, 2021  •  29 minutes ago  •  4 minute … Read more

Liberals propose new committee with arbiters to study firing of scientists at Winnipeg lab

OTTAWA — The government is proposing the creation of a new House of Commons committee, advised by a panel of three former senior judges, to comb through sensitive material relating to the firing of two scientists at Canada’s highest-security laboratory. A letter signed by Government House Leader Mark Holland on Thursday, and penned to his … Read more

Edmonton police officer fined $2,000 for 2019 assault on Indigenous man | CBC News

A provincial court judge has fined an Edmonton police officer $2,000 for an assault on an “unsuspecting and unresisting” Indigenous man during an August 2019 arrest captured on video. Edmonton Police Service (EPS) Const. Michael Partington was convicted of assault earlier this year for what Judge Peter Ayotte described as an “unnecessary and gratuitous” assault … Read more

First Omicron variant case in GTA confirmed in COVID-19 outbreak at Toronto East Detention Centre

Toronto Public Health has declared a COVID-19 outbreak at the Toronto East Detention Centre with a single case involving a Durham resident confirmed to have the Omicron variant. “There is no evidence of transmission within the setting at this time,” TPH said in a news release Thursday, adding the agency was acting out of an … Read more

A check on insurance policy can help home based businesses make sure they’re covered |

When Ana Maria Moreno decided to leave her career in social work to start a home-based business last year, she found herself facing a daunting to-do list that included everything from logo design to marketing strategy to customer outreach. The Calgary woman — who runs her business out of her own kitchen, making and selling … Read more

‘FAMILY WAS LEFT DEVASTATED’: $50Gs reward offered in probe of Georgetown man’s 2019 slaying

Breadcrumb Trail Links Toronto & GTA Crime Ryan Lorde, 36, was gunned down outside his Monarch Dr. and Niagara Trail-area home Author of the article: Kevin Connor Publishing date: Dec 02, 2021  •  19 minutes ago  •  1 minute read  •  Join the conversation Ryan Lorde was gunned down outside his Monarch Dr. and Niagara Trail-area … Read more