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2 Selwyn Township beaches posted as unsafe for swimming: health unit

2 Selwyn Township beaches posted as unsafe for swimming: health unit

Peterborough Public Health has posted two beaches in Selwyn Township as unsafe for swimming on Tuesday.
1 new outbreak but no new coronavirus cases, deaths in Ottawa on Tuesday

1 new outbreak but no new coronavirus cases, deaths in Ottawa on Tuesday

Ottawa Public Health (OPH) reported a new coronavirus outbreak in a local retirement home on Tuesday, but the number COVID-19 cases and related deaths in the capital remained steady.
11-year-old boy shot, killed while getting his phone charger in D.C.

11-year-old boy shot, killed while getting his phone charger in D.C.

An 11-year-old boy who was on his way to a community cookout on Saturday was shot and killed while running into a building to get a phone charger.
Coronavirus: Cases hold at 202 in Kawartha Lakes, Haliburton, Northumberland counties

Coronavirus: Cases hold at 202 in Kawartha Lakes, Haliburton, Northumberland counties

There were no new cases of coronavirus reported Tuesday by the Haliburton, Kawartha Pine Ridge District Health Unit, maintaining 202 cases overall since Friday.
After years of fertility struggles, Alberta couple welcomes ‘moon twins’

After years of fertility struggles, Alberta couple welcomes ‘moon twins’

When Margo Bereska met Ian Sheldon, she knew deep down that she had found her person: the man who would help fulfill her lifelong dream of becoming a mother. “I realized, this is the daddy of my children,” Margo said.
Dad loses arm-wrestling match to son, triggering 8-hour police standoff

Dad loses arm-wrestling match to son, triggering 8-hour police standoff

Some parents like to let their kids win now and then, whether it’s during a friendly game of chess, Connect Four or arm wrestling . But not Curtis Zimmerman.
Fire destroys home in Lake Country; 6 people displaced

Fire destroys home in Lake Country; 6 people displaced

A house fire in Lake Country , B.C., has displaced six people, with four of them scrambling to quickly leave the burning residence on Tuesday morning.
Wolfe Island ferry to depart, arrive at winter dock for next 3 years

Wolfe Island ferry to depart, arrive at winter dock for next 3 years

The Wolfe Island ferry will be arriving on the island at the winter dock for the next three years starting next week, according to the Ministry of Transportation (MTO).
Former city planning director raises Saskatoon development issues entering municipal election

Former city planning director raises Saskatoon development issues entering municipal election

A former City of Saskatoon planning director is pointing out core neighbourhood development issues he thinks needs to be addressed by the next mayor and council .
New Brunswick reaches 14th straight day of no new cases of COVID-19

New Brunswick reaches 14th straight day of no new cases of COVID-19

New Brunswick has enjoyed two-straight weeks of no new cases of the novel coronavirus being reported in the province. There remain 165 total cases of COVID-19 in New Brunswick. Only one remains active.